Mitron is the latest addition to the number of restaurants that peninsula own including the Redpine one at Marol. The cult which is very famous for its grand dancefloor is on the first floor of the same place where Mitron is located. Mitron, in terms of size, though not as big as the cult, is still huge with a good amount of sitting space and a large bar. This primarily serves finger food. Khata mitha:- The star drink of the evening with a soothy concoction of peach, cranberry, orange & apple. The pricing is relative on par with expectation considering the location of the restaurant. Highly recommend. Hawa ka jhoka:- The in-house spice mix is the game changer as it is very strong in flavour. Not compatible with every palate and would recommend it to only those who are willing to try something different. Thandak:- Coriander was very much evident in the mix. Another one from the cranberry family though the same is not that flavourful in the entire mix as you expect it to be. A decent choice. Crusty Maggi pakoda:- Don't let the view fool you. Though very crunchy on the outside its equally soft from the inside. Served with an in-house made tomato ketchup. Maggi lovers do go for this one. A1 samosa:- The moment the dish was served to us one could feel the spicy aroma around the table. It gets a person's expectation quite high. Though not that spicy, the dish was satisfying enough with the taste and quantity served. Cookie dough pizza:- One thing is for sure that this is going to be quite heavy on your stomach if you've already had a lot of appetizers. Recommended only for 2 or more people. Coming to the taste it was really good with a lot of chocolate sauce, chocolate and vanilla to satiate your hunger for sweet.
This Place Is The Exact Definition Of Enjoying Finger Food In A Luxurious Way
What Makes It Awesome?
What Could Be Better?
Few mocktails need better mixing.
How Much Did It Cost?
₹500 - ₹1,000
Mitron - Peninsula Grand Hotel
- Nearest Metro Station: Saki Naka