Mumbai Food: Three Christmas special menus to dig into
Feast like a Goan at O Pedro in BKC, get into the festive spirit with traditional desserts at La Folie Lab and warm up with French classics at Slink and Bardot
Feast like a Goan
If the sunshine state isn't featuring on your holiday plans this season, enjoy Goan-style festivities in the heart of BKC. Start the count down with the 12 Days to Christmas menu featuring Boodie's shrimp pilaf served with prawn wafers, pork assado with a side of crispy crackling, roasted potato and charred onion and braised lamb chop aad maas with red rice sannas. On Christmas Eve and the day itself, pop in to sip whisky-based Christmas milk punch and the good ol' egg nog.
TILL: December 25, 12 pm to 1 am
AT: O Pedro, Jet Airways-Godrej BKC Building, BKC.
Indulge in traditional treats
Get into the festive spirit with traditional desserts, including a Christmas cake and stollen bread made with German marzipan fruit loaf with rum, raisin and candied fruits. You can also tuck into a curated menu of roast pumpkin veloute with truffle infusion, turkey croissant with house-made cranberry sauce, goat cheese and caramelised onion tart, mushroom blanquette with puff pastry, as well as a traditional English roast featuring chicken breast served with Yorkshire pudding and gravy.
TILL: December 31, 8.30 am to 12 am
AT: La Folie Lab outlets at Lower Parel and Bandra West.
CALL: 9167937019 (Bandra)
Warm up with French classics
Indulge in sunchoke soup, winter vegetable torte, baby lobster thermidor, special duck a l'orange and the delicious strawberry four-ways with coconut dacquoise, pistachio tuile, tonka foam, and the macaron XL Noel with 72 per cent dark chocolate. Get warm with a host of cocktails, including mulled wine sangria and the gingerbread old-fashioned.
TILL: December 30 (drinks available till December 31)
AT: Slink & Bardot, opposite Indian Coast Guard, Worli Village.
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