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The Flute, Hotel Krishna Palace Residency

Grant Road
1st Floor, Grant Road, Mumbai
12:00 pm to 03:30 pm, 07:00 pm to 04:00 am
The Multi- cuisine "fine dine" restaurant with an extensive a-la- carte menu, a perfect blend of scrumptious food and tranquil ambiance to ensure that every meal becomes a truly memorable experience. The Flute offers a warm and welcoming environment for a business lunch or an informal dinner. Candle- light dinner with special ghazal nights (Indian classical music) on every Tuesday and Wednesday. The Flute Bar has a variety of Cocktails and Mocktails concoctions to lift a drooping spirit. The relaxed and comfortable ambience makes the flute bar, a perfect venue for a social gathering of friends.

Price: Rs.2200 for two

Cuisine: Multi-cuisine

Known for: Soup,Pizza

Serves alcohol
Large Group Friendly
Air conditioned
Kids not allowed
Bar area
Take Away


puneetjethani10 - Burrp User


August 01,2013

A Must visit Place !!!

This is a must visit place..the punjabi,chinese,mexican,basically everything on the menu is too good !!! the ambience is also great , although the restaurant becomes a bit noisy though at times ! But Food & Service are too good..The paneer chilly and egg biryani is a MUST HAVE out here !!!! Also they have amazing pastries on the menu !
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Ishita Manek

June 28,2013

Some good,some not so good...

Was here a while back cause I couldn't think of a fairly decent mid range Indian restaurant to go to around Grant road.I'll get straight down to the food for this one as the ambience is decent,you can come here with family for dinner or with friends to watch the match over drinks.
Fuljadi kebab (recommended by the waiter)-Extremely tough.
Mint rubbed tandoori Rawas-Mildly flavoured,sweet flesh,very nice (Rs 355)
Tandoori stuffed mushrooms- Mushrooms stuffed with minced veggies,cheese and dry spices.HIGHLY OK. (Rs 225)
Tom Yum chicken soup-Indianised masalafied chicken soup (Rs 125)
Murg Shikarpuri-chicken cooked in a tomato onion gravy with boiled egg and bell peppers (Rs 275).I liked this one.
Prawns Balchao-A fairly good adaptation.Pickled prawns cooked in vinegar and Goan masala. (Rs 435)
Veg chop masala-Their specialty,made of saffron flavoured gravy with cutlets in it (Rs 245)
All breads/rotis were normal.

Like I said,I couldn't think of a decent Indian place around Grant Road and hence I ventured here.It's good for regular Punjabi/Moghulai fare.
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