Ten-Second Takeaway

The Bombay Art Society has a new European restaurant housed out of its space, Su Casa – which opened to the public on December 3, 2016.

What’s It About?

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Photo courtesy: Su Casa

Su Casa by Suren Joshi, who’s also the co-owner of the Pali Village Cafe in Bandra and the I Think Fitness chain of gyms, will be housed out of the gorgeous Bombay Art Society. Think art, galleries and then think of a corner dedicated to an European restaurant. Enter, and you’ll be greeted by greenery on the walls, spacious seating arrangement and of course, an al fresco dining option.

In fact, the space has two facets to it- one is inside and the other one is outside. Keep a watch out for the morning yoga classes 6.15am onwards that’ll be started in a few months soon.

Chow Down

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Photo source: Pixabay

From duck lasagne to delicious French crepes – we do think the food is nothing out of the ordinary – however the portions are just about right.┬áThe dishes are slightly overpriced, but the selection of smoothies is pretty great.

So, We’re Saying…

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Photo source: The Bombay Art Society

Head here if you want an all encompassing experience – roam around the gallery, eat at Su Casa and in a few month’s time – work out your morning yoga moves out of this gorgeous space.

Timings: Noon to 1.30am, All Days

Featured photo source: The Bombay Art Society, Su Casa