Going somewhere on a Monday evening is quite dreadful and can only happen to a place that is worth taking the efforts. Junkyard Café, located on hill road just about 1.3 kms away from the Bandra station.
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The Junkyard Cafe has a spacious and quirky ambiance. There are three seating facilities available, outdoor seating on the ground floor, 2 indoor seatings, one on the ground floor and one of the first floor. The extensive place has different junky yet appealing chairs, so make your pick when at junkyard.
There is World war 1 genre planes, vintage telephone, the Junktipus Prime along with other quirky stuffs to give it an eccentric look and feel.
After settling down, we called in for some drinks; Edison Bulb #2 and #3: The #3 we request the mocktail version of the drink, having the perfect blend of watermelon, basil and lime juice served in a bulb. The drink was as good as the presentation.
Next we tried Citrus Mart:
Another mocktail drink, which is a perfect combination of Cranberry juice, Watermelon juice, Pomegranate juice with a hint of lime. It was quite refreshing for the start.
How can there be drinks without any Chaknas on the table? So we ordered some Masala peanuts; The peanuts were toss with the pieces of onion and tomato and garnish with Coriander leaves and lemon.
Next we called for; Quattro Stagioni Pizza (Veg):
The vegetarian pizza has a generous layer of English cheddar garnished with mushrooms, olives and rocket leaves. One of the highlight dishes of the day for sure.
Lamb Seekh Kebab:
Mince lamb is marinate in Indian spices, the cuts are soft and gentle with flavor coming in each bite. It’s serve with the traditional green chutney and slices of onions.
Smoked Cheesy balls (Veg):
The cheesy balls are light and stuff with cheese, and totally tantalizing to the taste buds.
Cheesy Fries (Veg):
The French fries are perfectly fried in Golden brown shade with pieces not very thin or thick. Exactly the kind I love and top with cheese.
For Main Course we called in; Chicken Lasagna:
The Lasagna was cook perfectly, with each layer coming off separately, having mince chicken and sauces cover with cheese. The lasagna looked scrumptious and tasty. Something you should definitely try.
Chicken Penne Arabiatta:
The Pasta was cook in Hot tomato sauce and cheese. The amount of spice and cheese wasn’t proper making it taste a little bland; you can skip this when at Junkyard.
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Overall, Junkyard Cafe is a good place to hangout with your friends and spend some quality time between the junk that you would love.
For more details or reservations;
164, Hill Road, Bandra West
Call: 022 33956152