This Restrobar Is A Foodies Ideal Getaway!
What Makes It Awesome?
They have infused Indian style with global cuisine. This place offers a lot of space enough to host large groups. Seating arrangements are well-executed. Space is segregated into multiple sections like friend zone, BAE, private Dining and dedicated bar section. Walls are like exposed bricks with luxurious furniture! There's a large screen for sports screening. A great environment to entertain friends, groups and coworkers. Roadside Romeo- A vodka-based cocktail poured into a skull glass container. A mixture of tamarind and dates giving an extra taste. A good option to chill out with bar snacks. Crusty Maggie pakoda- Fluffy core and crunchy on the outside. It was served with tangy chutney. Tastewise is pretty average. Mitron Vada pav- Their version of mini vada pav. Small vadas placed onto buns filled with onion and chutney. Served with garlic masala chutney and fried Mirchi. Good presentation and tasty too! Roomali Prawns- Marinated masaledar prawns wrapped in rumali rotis. Served on lettuce and onion salad. Had just the right hint of spice and herbs. Prawns were super fresh and perfectly cooked. I like the fillings inside rumali roti giving extra flavours to the overall dish. Highly recommended! Penne pav bhaji- Another amazing dish. A thoughtful fusion of Italian pasta and Mumbai's fav pav bhaji. The penne pasta was well cooked. The pasta balanced the spiciness of bhaji. The bun was amazingly soft and Maska marke! One thing missing was the parmesan or mozzarella cheese. Cookie dough Pizza- A visual treat!! Pizza base with chocolate layer and toppings of vanilla ice cream along with KitKat, n gems. The presentation was appealing and tastewise good. Again a must order dish! Mitron is a superb restobar with a good vibe!
How Much Did It Cost?
₹1,000 - ₹3,000
Best To Go With?
Big Group, Bae
Mitron - Hotel Peninsula Grand
- Nearest Metro Station: Saki Naka