Belstone has recently renovated and opened in a much larger space in Lower Parel. With signage’s and boards, we reached the restaurant to begin our food journey. Upon entering the place, you will find a mini banquet hall that can accommodate up to 150 pax, which is a option if you looking to host a private party in the area. Read on to find out about our experience at Belstone.
Value for Money: 3/5
Andhar Kuch Bahar Kuch: for appetizers we ordered this dish solely for its name and on suggestion of the staff. These are essentially fritters with 4 different types of filling ranging from schezwan, chilli cheese, Manchurian and spring roll. They are mixed and matched and it’s the element of surprise that you look forward to as to which flavor you are going to pick up and savor. Our favorite was the chilli cheese, however if the oil on the fritters was a little less, we would have enjoyed it a little more.
One 2 ka 4 pizza: 4 different types of pizzas served on flatbread (which is made in-house). This one was a hit and wiped out in a matter of seconds. Must order here.
Tawa Pav Bhaji: the novelty of this dish is that you get your own individual tawa on your table, so the experience of having this dish is completely different. The pav Bhaji was alright, unable to tickle our taste buds that kept us from going for seconds.
Tawa Pulav sizzler: what we were expecting: hot tawa pulav with french fries, lots of veggies and sauce with lots of smoke. What we got: tawa pulav with sauce on the side that tasted exactly like the pav bhaji we tasted earlier. Wouldn’t recommend this one.
The only drink that impressed us here was the tamarind Mojito simply for its taste. However, the Red velevet tasted more like rose milk. The mojitos are a safe bet here.
Tucked away in Raghuvanshi mills, Belstone is a place you should go to if you are in a large group and looking to dine privately with the group. The food, service and ambeince is good.