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  • Nearly everybody would recommend this place to others
  • Most tried items: the miso soup, mixed mushroom appetizer, burnt gar
  • Few people mentioned for dinner

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Trikaya looks promising and inviting.
it worth trying!!
It hurts the pocket a bit
p_kap - Burrp User


April 16,2014

worth every penny!!!!!

I recently started cheking out places recommended on burrp...wud like to mention trikaya was one of the place to try out ...its actually located in 7 bungalows on the same place where there was earlier a club called rio's....i would definitely recommend the bloody mary (coctail) it was just perfect. overall i would say the food was good and the quantity its quite a lot especially if you are just two people the service was excellent and the ambiance was perfect.........it worth trying!!!!!!
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beyondeating - Burrp User


January 06,2014

My first burrp card experience

After reading reviews of various places we finally narrowed our search to trikaya.
It is situated on the Juhu Versova link road ,quite close to banana leaf .

The place has good interiors with a wooden artwork in the center depicting a tree.
The seating is comfortable and the overall ambience good.

Food-We ordered the pepper chicken,peking fried rice ,a chicken gravy and for dessert the chocolate blob and cinnamon kulfi.
The food was good chicken soft and tender ,though the rice could have been better.

Service-The service was really good right from helping us with the directions to being attentive and helpful .
They readily used my burrp card which helped me to get a 15% discount :-)
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Passionfood91 - Burrp User


November 28,2013

Just what we were looking for

We went there as a family to celebrate my parents' anniversary and found the place quite to our liking. The place looked great, with dim yet focussed lighting and a pleasant aroma the minute we walked in. Started with the Tom Kha and Tom yum soup which were both very bold on the flavours and delicious. The momo basket was not bad, especially with the dipping sauces on the tables, but there are definitely better momos out there. The Khau swey was a very fun and inclusive dish, if a tad heavy, with many little plate filled with toppings for the saucy noodles. Everything we ordered was vegetarian and no alcohol consumed, so given these requirements it fit the bill perfectly. The service was thoughtful and attentive without being intrusive. Would definitely visit again, probably only on occasion though, because it is fairly expensive.
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kunalishah16 - Burrp User


November 28,2013

My burrp card experience

My second swipe of the burrp! card at trikaya...flashing the burrp! card after the dining and saving on some money feels so good..My 1st visit to trikaya (I missed the reservation during the chef's table week)..you enter this place and it transforms you into an all together different world..plush and soothing interiors..you actually experience bliss.. we were two of us..the host shared the drinks along with the food menu and helped us nicely for choosing our orders... we called for simple ice teas which were like too too good...i almost finished it even before the meal arrived.. we decided to skip the starters and directly go for the main course..being vegetarians we called for their mixed mushrooms in pot rice...so divine and the mushrooms were cooked to perfection with just the right boil..we also opted for their stir fry greens in burnt garlic sauce which was very good..though nothing exceptional about it.. It was quite filing we wanted to try their desserts and hence we ordered wicked chocolate bomb with cinnamon kulfi..yumm....
2 satiated stomachs left happily.. though a little steep on your pockets and they promptly gave us the burrp! discount as soon as we presented the card before the billing..a hassle free burrp! experience...will be back soon...
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November 27,2013

not good nor bad

not having a good location and the food is quite good not likely to visit next time.
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Reema R - Burrp User

Reema R

November 07,2013

Classy and Delicious

Great Place for a nice family dinner... The service was impeccable ... And a must try is the starter - Duet Pepper Chicken ...delicious food !
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CNK  - Burrp User


September 27,2013

Eleganct, Classy, Tasty

It was my hubby's discovery & we went here for a lovely evening to celebrate our anniversary. At first the ambience mesmerizes u followed by the warm welcome & courteous service. The quantity of starters & main course is sufficient for 2 people.
I had my favorite dessert banofie pie which is not known to many & served only at a few restaurants.
I'm looking forward to visiting here again & soon!
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MumbaiBest - Burrp User


August 18,2013

Good place

This can be considered one of the Unique bars in Mumbai. Its great interiors, something to do with Buddha concept. Great choices of alcohol, some of them unique also. Good food and overall ambiance. Mostly you will find decent upscale crowd. A must visit not only for drinkers but concept lovers also. Cheers!
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aneshkapadia - Burrp User


August 03,2013

An Asian Delight!

I would vouch for the food at Trikaya on any day of the year. Right from the food to the ambiance, its a win-win. The Gung Bao Brocolli is to die for. And the place is spacious. Its a good place for a date as well as a group outing. A bit expensive but well, everything comes with a price.
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priyanshadavid - Burrp User


July 27,2013

Excellent Birthday Celebrations....

its was an amazing experience.. we had decided to visit indigo but my husband wanted to try out a new place based on the earlier reviews we decided to visit this place... the ambience was beautifully done.. the food is just too good.. overall a memorable experience. . I also enjoyed the cocktails. . we had the below dishes n all were 5 star quality.... for the starters we had-
pot roasted pork with chili
crabmeat salt n pepper
prawn butter garlic
for the mains -
chicken jasmine burnt garlic (light n tasty)
pot roast lamb with pak cho
I had the berry collins n pear drop martini (u have to try this)
they gave us the dessert complimentary n tht was awwwww
wicked chocolate with cinnamon kulfi...
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Riddhi Sen - Burrp User

Riddhi Sen

February 11,2013

A Must visit South-East Asian Restaurant

Trikaya is about a dining experience. From the food to the hospitality to the interiors- it is all top-notch. They say, the ’K’ in Trikaya, as in their logo, symbolizes eternity and they have adapted it because they believe the experience lingers on and on and on; absolutely true in this case.

Right from the time we stepped in, I was impressed by the hospitality of the staff and the unusual interiors. From the white cloud like shades outside, to the combination of wooden and exposed-concrete interiors inside, the place looks really nice and sophisticated. And the huge wooden center pillar, almost tree trunk like, with branches that spread out to form the ceiling, with soft yellow lighting; this place does have a serene and exotic feel about it.

The extensive drinks menu and the vast vegetarian and non –vegetarian menu is very impressive. Although a bit steep, the food is definitely top notch. And just to give an example, I was there with a friend yesterday for lunch and between the two of us, we called for :
1) Trikaya chicken supreme Dimsum
2) Drunken pork, tossed with chilly paste, garlic and wine
3) Jasmine Burnt Garlic rice
4) Wicked chocolate blob with cinnamon kulfi
It was all absolutely delicious and the quantity was just right for the two of us and it cost us Rs1600. (But if you want to experiment a little more in term of the dishes, and also try a cocktail or two, I think it would easily be a double of this)

So in short, this place is fabulous and a must visit for all the food lovers.

P.S. : This place is also Celeb frequented ;) , if that’s any incentive :P
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Anisha Divay - Burrp User

Anisha Divay

December 21,2012


Amazing food. Lovely taste. Worth It. Expensive but worth spending for a good quality food. Loved it!
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spark17 - Burrp User


December 19,2012

Welcome to South East Asia

If you are absolutely bored and ready to try cuisine that's beyond shezwan sauce and fried rice, trikaya is the place. Not just the food but the bar menu is enough for us to spend hours and hours in trikaya.. Tiramisu shot.....Irresistible.
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samitgandhi - Burrp User


December 09,2012

Simply Ausum.

Had been to this restaurant for dinner....we loved the ambience of the place.
The hospitality of the staff is excellent.....The food is mind blowing...never had before stuff....the chef special vegetable is a must try as well as the tiramisu....
we r surely going back here....gr8 work fellas keep it up.
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kreeti17 - Burrp User


December 05,2012


you must have the onion pancakes. it is superb.
the blueberry cheesecake and chocolate goo is amazing.
the curry's are not so good.
i would just hog on the starters..theyre worth it and yummm.
the spanish wine they serve is lovely.
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karan2791 - Burrp User


December 05,2012

Authentically Asian !

Came here for a birthday and wasn't dissappointed at all ! The miso soup was great and so was the sangria. Its one of the few places where the drinks are exceptional and work well with the food.
The seafood is exquisite and few places can match their standards. Also the dimsums deserve a mention along with the marvellous red velvet cake !
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pravin0208 - Burrp User


November 23,2012

fab experience

Busaba Restaurant & Lounge Bar: Busaba is ideal for a drink followed by a fine dining experience.Located in an old beautiful bungalow, on a green street in Colaba, Busaba specializes in Asian cuisine. The Khowswey is the best in town. Also try the momos and the Sunday brunch which offers Sushi, starters, main course and dessert along with unlimited alcohol at Rs.1200. French desserts make an appearance as monthly specials
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Sanjay Chhabria - Burrp User

Sanjay Chhabria

November 14,2012

Authentic Price- Not so Authentic Food

Bad experience, We had to wait for the table, so we decided to take our soup and starters on the outside table, till the ones inside got free. There was only 1 person, serving and taking orders for 4 tables outside, We had to wait for what seemed like forever, and absolutely disapointing attitude. We ordered a chicken starter, Assorted Sui-Mai, Soup. Soup was passable, Chicken starter was boiled and cooked, could still feel it was boiled as the flavours did not get into the chicken, Dumplings were supposed to be chicken,lamb and prawns. Could not find the lamb. Found prawn tails inside the prawn dumplings, explanation was they put the tails there so that the customer knows he ate prawns, How geeky and Stupid, Good think I did not order something like a steak, wonder what they would put there, for me to know that is is a cow or buffalo, Ha Ha. We promptly paid the bill and left. Lousy experience. Finished our dinner at Somach, Not so authentic, definitely more palatable, and so reasonable that VFM is not enough to describe it.
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farahj - Burrp User


November 11,2012

authentic pan asian cuisine

visited with family .. must try the pomegranate and berries mocktail, chicken with lemograss .. and mushroom fragrant pot rice absolutely divine.. even the pad thati reminded me of food in bangkok
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MinolAjekar - Burrp User


November 10,2012

Cocktail Hour

When Trikaya opens in the same spot as several other failed establishments in Seven Bunglows, Andheri I was sceptical of it’s success but, it has proven me wrong.

The day I visited the man who created the bar menu, (forgetting his name guy from Bangalore) was present and he said two words” trust me”. And him we put our trust and livers and what followed was a great night of trying exotic cocktails, some may have been too sweet for our table but presentation and gusto full marks.

I honestly can’t remember what we ate (a bit too much to drink), but I do remember every dish was tasty, distinctly unique and full of flavour. The duck starter completely stood out for me, as finding good duck is always difficult.
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Kunal Ailani

November 10,2012

Really Impressive

I tried the miso soup, mixed mushroom appetizer, burnt garlic fried rice, the amazing curries are creamy and flavorful and it doesn't end there, what really suprised me was the coffee filled dumplings served with ice cream & it was the perfect way to end a great meal.
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ravidesai - Burrp User


November 01,2012

great food and good service

Went ther recently to for my wifes birthday.
The menu is a eclectic mix of south east asian food.

started with a zingy, spicy lemon coriander soup that was served piping hot but improved and became more flavorful as it cooled. had a crunchy lotus root appetizer. this was nicely tossed in chillliu oil and soy and was a nice way to perk up the taste buds.
for the main course we split a kauswe and an order of kway teow noodles. The kauswe is a standout here. A rich, fragrant coconutty broth with veggies and a nice selection of toppings. Tge kway teow was nice but not as impressive as the kauswe.
After dinner I asked our waiter to recommend a suitable birthday desert. Instead of suggesting something he just popped into the kitchen and returned with a complimentary slice of blueberry cheesecake. the cheesecake was light and airy and a sueprisingly satisfying way to end an asian meal.

The service throughout was excellent.
Our server Raj had several good suggestions and even advised us against ordering too much . we were given a nice chinese tea and our food was regularly plated for us. the service was attentive without being intrusive.

An excellent value for money( Rs1500) meal. will be back to sample the other items on their menu- the khmer curry looks intriguing.
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Anjum  - Burrp User


September 05,2012

Trikaya – The Pan-Asian Restaurant

This pan-Asian restaurant in Versova that opened shop on January 13 hosted a media preview prior to that. Shirin Mehrotra and Krutika Mody attended the event and had a *happy* time exploring their exotic bar menu.

After opening the first branch in the sprawling 20,000 sq. ft. area in Pune, the three partners (Kunal Deshmukh, Sahil Saigal and Shiraz Patel) decided to openTrikaya in Mumbai. Inspired by Lord Buddha, the name Trikaya literally means ‘three bodies’ and is an important Buddhist teaching.

The restaurant is not hard to locate with its white sail-like shades outside. This area has six big tables with soft lighting. The Juhu-Versova Link Road is not a very busy road hence you are saved from the traffic snarls and the honking. However, the owners need to add smaller tables for couples if they want to attract diners. The interiors of the air-conditioned section too are inspired by Buddhism. A huge tree-like pillar stands in the centre and spreads at the top to blend with the ceiling. According to the owners, the inspiration comes from the Bodhi Tree.
While most part of the restaurant has neutral colours, the bar area is colourful. The extensive bar menu designed by Valentine Barboza boasts of serving only premium brands. The cocktails are prepared with fresh fruits instead of syrups and flavours. For the first round we ordered a passionera (vodka blended with passion fruit, cloudy apple and lime juice) and a watermelon and chilli Collins (vodka mixed with diced watermelon, lime juice, soda and infused with chilli).
Our picture perfect drinks arrived and for a while we kept contemplating whether to drink them or just look at them. The passionera was a little too sour but once stirred had a nice sweet-sour taste. The watermelon and chilli Collins was refreshing.

The perfectly balanced and vast food menu made my vegetarian friend happy since it had as many veg dishes as the non-veg ones. We were served chicken yakitori, basa in 5 willow sauce, red pumpkin green peas’ drops and goat cheese, and mushroom spring rolls for starters. The presentation of each dish was impressive.

Being a fan of seafood, I focused more on the basa as the chicken couldn’t catch my fancy. The cigar-like mushroom spring rolls are ideal as finger food and is a perfect accompaniment to your drinks. The floor manager offered to surprise me for the second round of drinks and he surely did. On his request, the bartender conjured up an espresso martini which was literally an eye-opener after a long day at work.

The main course menu included herbed mushrooms, Cambodian Khmer vegetable curry, green Thai prawns curry and chicken and mushrooms with Korean Kim-chee with burn garlic jasmine rice. The Thai curry was a good blend of herbs and coconut and had chunky prawns in it and with garlic jasmine rice for company, it made for a perfect meal. The Cambodian Khmer vegetable curry was delicious, the herbed mushrooms, not as much.

We also had the privilege of meeting Chef Nilesh Limaye who was happy to talk to us about food and also allowed us to visit his extremely organised kitchen. Learning of my love for seafood, Chef Nilesh made a special oyster-tequilla shot for me which was in one word, outstanding.

The dinner ended on a sweet note with a red velvet cake and cinnamon kulfi for dessert. Yes, they make their own desserts! We were hoping we could try some classic pan-Asian desserts like a trio of Asian sweets but they weren’t in the preview menu that night. The cake was served with ‘rambutan’ a Malaysian fruit. The fleshy ‘hair’ growing on rambutan’s skin makes it look like a wilder version of its cousin, litchi. Despite the decoration (edible glitter) on the cake, the cake itself couldn’t tempt us. The kulfi on the other hand was impressive and proved to be the perfect dessert after a heavy meal.

As a new entrant in the fine-dine genre, Trikaya looks promising and inviting.
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Ldaswani - Burrp User


July 23,2012

A Hidden Gem

A Rare find, totally authentic Asian food with great attention to detail and an innovative menu. The ambience too is intimate, cosy yet sophisticated. I thoroughly relished every morsel of my meal at trikaya. Being a vegetarian I often find my options limited but not here. I loved the miso soup, mixed mushroom appetizer, burnt garlic fried rice, the curries are creamy and flavorful and it doesn't end there, the coffee filled dumplings served with cinnamon ice cream is the perfect way to end a great meal. The only thing lacking on this menu is a good cup of coffee. I'll definitely be going back regularly.
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Pranay Warke - Burrp User

Pranay Warke

July 18,2012

excellent food and service

great food and service, a definite visit for all food lovers in the city.
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saachi9999 - Burrp User


July 18,2012

Finest Asian cuisine restaurant in suburbs!

Great food, great ambiance and to top that up great service! The food is really commendable.. definitely 5 star quality!
Sea food Laksa highly recommended for soup lovers!
Absolutely loved the burnt garlic jasmine fried rice..
2 thumbs up to the chicken rendang curry!
Tempura shrimps were yum!
Thai curry was great!
I also tried the peking duck which wasn't bad at all (although I've tried better ones!)
They have an amazing range of alcoholic drink options! Mocktails were ok!
Overall Trikaya gave us a great experience!
Little expensive but absolutely worth the price!
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vukks - Burrp User


June 12,2012

Had a great time

Excellent service, nice decor, amazing collection of spirits and great food
Ordered the Sangria which was way better than at other places. I cant remember another place that has such a selection of dark rums.
Loved the teppenyaki grilled veggies and would definitely recommend the khowsuey
Bit expensive, but worth it when compared with the ridiculous prices of average food joints like mainland china ...
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Rirarutsch - Burrp User


February 24,2012


Can only add to the previous reviews...its a great place. they have done a fabulous job with the design and the service & food are top!

Will defenitely go there again..even if its a bit steep on the pocket but gives more value the some other new high-hiped joint in this locality...
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silveredge - Burrp User


February 13,2012

Very Impressive

Even as you enter this restaurant it will start making a good impression on you. By the time you are done admiring the bold interiors you are given the menu. While you go trough the extremely large Bar menu you wonder what to have. Even a non alcoholic person like me I was impressed with their 350+ choice of alcoholic drinks.
As for the food we had
Basa in 5 willow sauce
Prawns butter garlic
Paneer Satay
Aubergine with Peanuts & Corriander
Vegetable Shaomai

Main Course:
Chicken Rendang curry
Basa Soya Chilli
Khmer Veg Thai Curry
Asian Greens in Chili Bean Sc

Rice & Noodles:
Jasmine Burnt Garlic Rice
Mee Goreng Noodles

Wicked Chocolate Blob with Cinnamon Kulfi

Of these the Basa of starter and main course, Aubergine, veg thai curry and Jasmine rice is excellent and is highly recomendded.
Hit to the wallet
Food came to 1100 per head add 1000 for drinks (2nos.)
Food: 5/5
Ambiance: 5/5
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snm1981 - Burrp User


January 23,2012

Best bar and good food

Decent food and a seriously well stocked bar. Impeccable service and light fragrant east asian cusine. The menu is similar to lemon grass but much better quality and muchhh higher prices.

Its beautiful and romantic, so for a special occasion a must visit. It hurts the pocket a bit though.
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dvk900 - Burrp User


January 14,2012

Amazing food & drinks in a great ambience

Visited Trikaya: Eat.Drink.Southeast Asia and was amazed at the decor of the place. It is simply beautifully done. We choose to sit outside as the weather was nice. Their cocktails are the smoothest and very well priced. I suggest the Waky Baky. For food we had the buttergarlic prawns & green thair curry. Their burnt garlic rice is simple outstanding. for dessert- try the banoffee pie & trio of asian sweets. Will def go back soon .
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Sharmistha Sahoo - Burrp User

Sharmistha Sahoo

November 13,2012

Good one

Go there for the steamed dimsums...just tastes great!!
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Sharmistha Sahoo - Burrp User

Sharmistha Sahoo

November 13,2012

Good Ambience

Go there for the steamed dimsums...just tastes great!!
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Sharmistha Sahoo - Burrp User

Sharmistha Sahoo

November 13,2012

Good Ambience and good taste

Go there for the steamed dimsums...just tastes great!!
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