Never thought that a pure veg. Indian restaurant, located at a far end of a business park would be full even on Saturday evening. We were advised to walk in and we gave our luck a try.
Supreme Business Park, which houses this restaurant is located on a far end corner of Hiranandani Business Park. You can drive up to the building reception where wallet service is available for Mehman Nawazi and its brother Breeze Lounge. In fact, they are located just opposite to each other. Breeze Lounge gets an advantage of stunning views Hiranandani & Powai while the Indian counterpart gets views of broken and cut mountains.
See my review of Breeze Lounge here.
5-7 mins and we were assigned a table in what appeared to be almost full. The roof-top restaurant has minimal lighting with decor suiting the demi-royal theme.
A special mention to the annoying heavy noise of continuous rock cutting which completely kills the ambiance. Another contrast is loud music in the adjoining Breeze Lounge which does not go well with the promised ‘king size lifestyle, princely treatment, royal feel and lavish ambiance’.
The staff was welcoming and friendly. Quickness in service was a function of items ordered. The starters arrived almost instantly but mains took more than due time.
We started with Peach Iced Tea (Rs 275++), Veg. Galafi Seekh (Rs. 315++), a tandoor preparation of mix vegetables, paneer and Indian spices, Hare Bharre Kabab (Rs 315++), a stuffed kabab preparation of green peas, spinach and cheese. In the mains, we had Mehman Mix Veg Special (Rs. 395++), a very balanced mix of vegetables and paneer in lightly flavored gravy. with Tandoori Roti. With none of the items disappointing us, the food is sumptuous for sure qualifying the restaurant for repeated visits.
The Paan shot at the end complemented the food very well.
If only one thing for which I would not like to visit again is the annoying ambient noise and parallelly, one thing for which I would like to do the opposite is the food.