The famous Lord of the drinks outlets. Which commit to serve and delight the patrons with great fusion food. Also, a dining experience that sets themselves apart. They have opened their first outlet in Mumbai, at Andheri Lokhandwala. This Restaurant with Dance Floor is just 1.7 km away from the DN Nagar metro station.
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Priyank Sukhija, owner of Lord of the drinks and the serial Restaurateur who owns 25 restaurants in the Capital and two in Pune and 2 in Mumbai always gives you the best. Lord of the drinks spread across a sprawl of 9,000 sq. ft. having two-floor indoor seatings. This Restaurant with Dance Floor also has spacious outdoor seating on the ground level.
The ambience is quirky, unique with a lot of detailing to each aspect, a place that lets you time travel to a different and relaxing atmosphere.
We started with our long brunch by ordering a handful of drinks, as the place is heaven for any type of drink.
The Watermelon base mocktail is served in the jar is quite refreshing with kaffir lime flavour and top with flavour soda.
This Pineapple juice is infused with Tabasco, black petter, lemon. Serve with salt on the edge of the glass for the perfect taste with each sip. Highly recommend for sure.
The litchi crushed mocktail has blue and sparkling lime and gives the sweet, citric taste, perfect to go with any munchies.
Lentil Shorba (Veg):
The black lentil is a spike with fennel and garnish with Coriander and serve with thin, crisp Italian breadsticks (Seasalt Grissini).
Tender Coconut Galangal Soup (Veg):
The creamy coconut broth has a distinct presence of Thai Galangal and birds eye chilli essence served with crispy noodles and coconut slices, the perfect Thai soup.
Lord of Fries (Veg):
The perfectly cooked fries toss in sweet chilli sauce and garnished with white sesame and caramelized onions, served with crispy fried noodles.
Mutton Baida Roti Bolognese:
The Baida roti is with the Italian twist. It’s in roll format, unlike the traditional squares. The fusion food had the perfect fry. But the filling is a little moist with the presence of Bolognese sauce. Order for its uniqueness and fusion and not for its authenticity.
Dill Chicken Dimsum:
The moon-shaped Chicken Dimsum, soft, moist and served with two sauces; Burnt Chili oil giving out a hint of garlic, ginger and Kafi lime flavour and second is Spring onions dipped in black pepper.
Non Veg Tandoori Platter:
A perfect heaven for non-vegetarians having 4 steaks, namely; Chicken Achari Tikka, Chicken Lasuni tikka, Mutton Gilafi Seekh Kebab and Peeli Mirch Fish tikka. The kebabs were juicy, tender and perfectly cooked.
Chhote ka Biryani:
The Lamb Biryani is authentically cooked in Indian spices. Spike with Jalapeno and sun-dried tomato. Serve with Dahi Raita and roast roll Papad.
Pan Ice Cream Martini:
The ice cream is a spike in Paan flavour and rose dust. The ice cream is garnished with Betel leaf and betel nut silver. Which further gives you the authentic paan taste with each bite. Top with Rabdi Shot, one of my personal favourites to definitely try.
Malpua Lasagne with French toast:
The perfect Italian twist to the very famous Malpua. The Dalchini Malpua has a thick layer of cream cheese Rabri. Garnish with a kiwi (Something that is rare, yet delicious) is served with French Baguette toast. The kind of Malpua you would have never had anywhere before.
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This restaurant with Dance Floor in Andheri will make you dance and offer something to satiate your taste buds.
For more information or reservation:
Lord of the Drinks,
Ground Floor, Aver House,
New Link Road,
Veera Desai Area, Mumbai
Call: 22 33716064
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