Carters Blue – Fort

Get rid of your weekday blues when you’re at Carters Blue. The place is always buzzing whether it’s a weekday or a weekend. The place enters into a narrow opening with tables placed opposite to each other, leading to a separate room on the left, with 4-5 tables. The room next to it is the Sheesha area, my personal favourite. I visited Carters Blue located in Kala Ghoda about 1.9 kms away from the Churchgate station.

 

The place has nice quotes, depicting the life in Bombay on the walls, with quite comfortable seatings. Carters Blue, the hub for Lebanese, Mughlai and Chinese cuisine has a lot to offer, we started with Watermelon Sunset: Fresh watermelon juice served in a long drink glass, quite fresh and refreshing.

Fish Koliwada
Fish Koliwada

Fish Koliwada: Boneless chunks of Basa fish batter coated, deep fried and served with green chutney, truly luscious and highly recommended.

Arabic Chicken Shawarma
Arabic Chicken Shawarma

Arabic Chicken Shawarma: The succulent chicken wrapped in a bun with olives was a perfect start of the meal and is an absolute must.

Chicken Crispy
Chicken Crispy

Chicken Crispy: Something that can never go wrong, juicy chicken chunks and onions perfectly tossed in Schezwan Sauce.

Boneless Dajjaj
Boneless Dajjaj

Boneless Dajjaj from the Lebanese section: Minced chicken stuffed inside the chicken and topped with fresh chopped veggies like bell peppers, beet and red onions. It was flavorful but a little dry.

Mutton Galouti Kebab
Mutton Galouti Kebab

Mutton Galouti Kebab: The Galouti was a little overcooked from the bottom, otherwise this would have been really nice, as it was perfect on flavours.

Mandi Rice
Mandi Rice

In mains, we had Mandi Rice: Generous chunks of tandoori Chicken are topped on flavorful rice, though it was a little dry for my taste.

After dinner, I quickly moved to the Sheesha area, which was buzzing even on a weekday, after waiting for 15 minutes we finally got a table. I called for a Paan, Kiwi Salsa, The Sheesha was smooth, with someone checking the coal at regular intervals. The Sheesha zone does not serve food, drinks or any eatable, still it was my favourite section, being an ardent Sheesha lover.

Overall, Visit Carters Blue, to treat yourself with some appetizing Lebanese, Mughlai and Chinese cuisine, while smoking your stress out.

For more details or reservation:
Carters Blue, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai
Call: 022 40069777
+91 8976161613
Cost for two:
INR 800-1000

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5 Comments Add yours

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    Thanks for sharing.

    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Thank you so very much ??

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    1. Afreen Ansari says:

      Thanks a lot dear

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