This Retro-Themed Restaurant Will Take You Back To 70's & 80's
What Makes It Awesome?
A walk through the mirrored doors of this appealing restaurant lands you up in a music festival of the 70’s and 80’s where disco, rock music, funk, and jazz remained popular throughout the era. Every pillar manifests the retro culture that recognises the work of the songsters. The restaurant is all gussied up with the phonograph, electric guitars, vintage cassettes, and wall frames creating a design collage. A portrayal of Marilyn Monroe and a depiction of Elvis Presley is felicitous to the retro theme. Luxuriate yourself in the comfortable lounge seating couched with their in-house bar and sip on your favourite drinks. There is a community table to express your passion for food and drinks. The music in the background is just not retro, they play new songs too. All events at Old Times’ Sake starts at 9 pm with a fixed schedule on all days. Monday – Karaoke Night (Hindi and English Songs) Tuesday – Ladies Night Wednesday – Retro Night Thursday – Karaoke Night (Hindi and English Songs) Friday and Saturday – Commercial/Bollywood as per guest request Sunday – Live band performances with different artists Don’t miss on their happy hours, from 12 pm to 12 am (Monday to Thursday) and 12 pm to 8 pm (rest of the days). Their menu is a one-page thing with names written on Vinyl CD. Expect only Italian and Continental cuisines with no Indian twist. They serve Jain food as well. Badshahi, a mocktail prepared with vermicelli, chia seeds, fresh mava, saffron mix, ice-cream, and dry fruits, is one of the heaviest and healthiest drinks. What happens when you have chocolate on the top as well as the bottom? Try their Dark Chocolate Upside Down; a blend of dark chocolate sauce, roasted hazelnut syrup, pineapple juice, and cream, to find out. If you want to feel refreshed, ask for The Dark Side that's got lime chunks, fresh mint leaves, blackcurrant over crushed ice, and sprite. The loaded nachos come with a mountain full of crispy nachos with sour cream, salsa, and devilled garnish veggies. The Sicilian Prawns tossed in butter chilli sauce are crisp and the marinade is the saviour. Nothing can beat the chicken vada pav with an over-flowing chicken kheema cutlet, buttermilk kachumber, and thecha mayo. This innovation just added to the way Mumbaikars eat vada pav. From the entrée, pick Chicken Cacciatore, which is served with risotto and bread and is prepared in a spicy tomato sauce with mushroom and herbs. To summarise, Old Times’ Sake is for individuals who are high on enthusiasm, have a care-free approach, and want to party. After being here, I can say if you want to know the way your parents used to socialise, then visit this restaurant.
What Could Be Better?
With few misses in the food here and there, the place is worth visiting.
How Much Did It Cost?
INR 1,000 - INR 3,000
Best To Go With?
Family, Big Group, and Bae.