I jump on every opportunity that allows me to add some Masala to my boring, mundane life. That’s exactly what happened this Tuesday, when I was invited for the launch of the Big Bang Night. It lets you enjoy a free drink on every drink ordered, every Tuesday. Amazing, right?
Masala Bar is located at Carter road, Bandra. It is just 3.6 Kilometers away from Bandra station, right above CCD. The location is hardly miss-able.
At the entrance, the stairs are candle-lit, making it very intimate and romantic. If you haven’t decided where to take your date this Valentine, then reserve your seats today.
After climbing up the stairs on your right is the fully loaded bar, offering a cutting edge, post-modern, scientific laboratory style Bar experience, that has almost everything what you can ask for!
Going ahead, we settled on the extreme left table at the corner, so our gang can whoop.
They had arranged some nice props to make the night eventful.
As the evening progressed, we started munching and drinking, me and my friends tried the following drinks, while having some useless conversation as usual 😉
Want to get high, try the following cocktails, prepared in a style and with techniques that is uncommon.
Malabar Point: Cocktail made by mixing Whisky, Rosemary, Orange Concoction, along with Almond foam. It was truly the highlight of the evening.
Sunset @ Carter: Escape in the world of Vodka, lemongrass Ginger Thyme Cordial. The most fancy looking cocktail I have seen.
Mumbai Matinee: Prepared by mixing Gin Mix, grapefruit and Orange Skin Oil with some homemade Sattu Fizz. An interesting mix to give you the right high.
Bandstand Songkran: It has Vodka with Apple Camomile Reduction with Thyme Foam.
Some saviors to non-alcoholics like me – Mocktails
Berry Cooler: My personal favorite from the evening, if you prefer Mocktails over cocktails or are non alcoholic, do try this for sure.
Mulled Masala Punch: It was a little strong for my taste because of its strong cinnamon content.
No evening can end without tasting some mouth watering dishes, below are the list of Tapas style food that we grabbed and enjoyed.
Chicken Tikka Basilica, it melts in your mouth and has a strong presence of cheese and a hint of garlic. One of the best tasting tapas I tried that evening.
Hauled Lamb Barra Khurchan, The base resembles more like a Khaari biscuit in terms of look and taste, the lamb was perfectly cooked with the proper balance of spices and had the dressing of smoked sour cream
Prawn Tempura Sushi, it was classic, with a strong aroma of Prawns.
Curry leaves infused pepper prawns, it’s perfect for Prawn lovers; they were small, juicy with delicate flavours
All in all, you should definitely try this romantic, intimate place for its vast signature beverages and breathtaking view of the Arabian Sea.