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#17 of 11338 Food in Mumbai
silver beach cafe
4.0 5
2 ratings
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5 reviews
94/6, Jaldarshan Building, Gandhi Gram Road, Near PVR Cinema, Juhu, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400049, India
+91-22-26208930 +91-99678-27777
onwards 2000.0 for two
All days of the week
8:00 AM - 12:30 AM
Working Professionals
Young Professionals
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good for
popular dishes
Chewy Chicken Tangy Curls
Lemon Yogurt Prawns
Balinese Lamb Skewers Snack
Saigon Spiced Smoked Cottage Cheese Melange
Roasted Chicken
Carrot Orange Soup
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Sunday Brunch
Group Friendly
Fine Dining
Air Conditioned
Valet Only
Home Delivery
Take Away Counter
Serves Alcohol
Non Vegetarian
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about silver beach cafe

I'm smiling from ear to ear. Your emails have this effect on me. Once again with thanks. I have called and contacted some of you and I'm sorry for not being able to follow up with many more. Will definitely do so. Please do keep writing in ([email protected], facebook), we will go lunching together, like I do with three vibrant young rising stars today. The Canadian-born vivacious sardarni Neeru Bajwa has been rocking Punjabi movies with her superb acting and is all set to do that with Bollywood. Her coactor, Chirag (Ram Vilas Paswan's son) inspite of living in Delhi is making waves in Bollywood with his winning combination of talent and good looks. And the creative producer of Chirag and Neeru's latest film, Neeraj Soni is as much a foodie as the actors (though Chirag prefers North Indian food) and is equally gifted and great fun to be with.nnFirst that Parisian-style wrought iron lamp post (with a sign hanging on it) beckons. Then the floor to ceiling glass wall (with the leather booth seating within) tempts us to walk in to this new quaint Europeanstyle Silver Beach Cafe. Never mind if the concepts are mixed up, God father booths with hanging lamps, mahogany wooden interiors et al. And then to top it all, a charming and cozy Goarestaurant-style loft, a glass shelf stocked with international wines too. And interestingly it all melds into a charming whole.nnEqually mixed up is the food menu, however, it delivers neither taste nor value. It zig zags from Italy into Bali and Lebanon and even Japan. We order a string of dishes. Except for the well made cous cous salad with the perfect bite and moisture, the rest is either overcooked or underdone. Chewy Chicken Tangy curls (stuffed with spinach, parmesan cheese and mushroom,) dry and hard tempura shrimp, an undercooked pasta and a lacklustre Balinese lamb curry complete our meal (Rs 2000 for two). Most of the wines are unavailable and it's the chocolate pizza, (thin crust oozing chocolate (see picture), which revives our spirits, comforts and delights. Like my gorgeous guests.

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5 Silver Beach Cafe reviews
Hrishikesh Samant
Hrishikesh Samant
The branch in Fort next to sterling cinema
May 08 2015
Pricey and pushy staff. Be careful when you order or ask for their advice. Good food though and gpod cocktails. Good bar on first floor. Worth a vosor.
Aug 26 2014
Great place to go for breakfast or brunch. Loved the ambiance, it was quite chilled out. The French Toast was delicious and the kheema with sunny side up was quite unconventional.