Sheesha Reviews, Bandra West, Mumbai - Burrp
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RADHAKrishna 9393 - Burrp User

RADHAKrishna 9393

March 22,2015

Golden dim light Dinner place

This place is conveniently located close to the airport and major star hotels.Best place to try serve a host of liquors and cocktails.You get to sit outside on top of a tall building. live music ,cool interiors and unique seating and golden dim lights , a perfect place for large groups. It is expensive and time limited. And servers are quite snappy and unpleasant. Food arrives in reasonable time and quantities are good for 2 person. Veg and non-vegetarian options are decent and taste great.
Recommended for a leisurely outing , but not recommended for family dinner as Too noisy at times.
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Asha Nath - Burrp User

Asha Nath

January 25,2015

Excellent place

Food,ambiance is great,though I prefer something more appropriate for families,in my opinion this is better place for couples or friends. However,service could be improved,or maybe the day we went it was too busy so we did not get impeccable service. Food is excellent so I am willing to go back. My hubby loved nalli nihari. I loved malai kofta and naan,food was fresh and hot and made me forget the inordinate delay it took to come out.
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Kinjal Chandaria - Burrp User

Kinjal Chandaria

May 08,2014

Nawabi Style

This place is situated at Bandra Linking Road. I had been here in Winter with cousins for some hookah and dinner. This place reminds you of "Nawab". The ambiance is Royal Nawabi Style. Good place for large groups to sit and relax for long hours. Coming to food, Kebabs are Must Try here. Since I wanted variety, I had ordered Veg Platter and I really liked it. In main course, Paneer Peshwari Kadai is really delicious with Butter Naan/ Garlic Naan. The Naan wasn't cooked well but they immediately replaced it. I was impressed. Negative point, the order takes too long to arrive. You get bored of waiting. Overall, I would rate it as 4/5.
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tapan3010  - Burrp User


January 06,2014

Good Ambiance, OK Service, OK Food

I have been here for a dinner on 31st Eve as well as for a lunch on a Saturday... Let me tell you, the place is great at both times but sadly no change in the type of service - it was slooow on both days ! We were the only one to be served during first half of our lunch on Saturday. But still it took about 40 mins to get a tomato soup & starter. We had to ask about 4 times to get Mineral water !!

We ordered Jain food as well as normal food. Jain food was not that good with only tomato flavors ! Regular veg food was great to taste.The car parking charges are non reimbursable (50/- per car). But I would still go once again for Ambiance....
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Aniruddha . - Burrp User

Aniruddha .

July 15,2008

Mirror Mirror on the Wall ..

Seesha in Bandra is a popular hangout with all hookah and good food lovers. Me too have liked my all experiences at this terrace style resto, but a recent visit left a tad bitter taste in my mouth. We step out of the lift to enter the place, only to be asked to procure our college I-cards as this was a 21+ place. Taking precautions is fine, but we were a bunch of seven of us, all working professionals between the age of 23-25. The head steward even went to the extent of asking a particular petite friend of mine, if she was over 21. Not that she minded the subtraction of a few years from her actual age, but there could have been a more polite and diplomatic welcome to the place. Finally after convincing the required personnel of our ages, we settle down into our lounge seats after making our way over the fine gravel which crunches and crackles under your feet (a nice sound). The lighting for this place has been kept low to create an ambience for the hookah smokers, but then when I have to squint to read the menu, they could at least provide some candles/torches to facilitate reading the menu :P . We order a Mint hookah and settle down, snorting the fumes .. as things got warmer and we realized that the open air resto was covered cos of rains. We asked for the fans to be turned on, and we get a shocker of a reply that said that the fans would only be turned on after 8 PM (we were in at 7:30). So much for power conservation, that you allow your patrons to sweat and perspire in the humid environment. Finally we could get to turn On the fans, and there was some relief and we came to ordering our grub, only to be turned off by the steward who took the order. The fellow turned out to be a wee bit more pushy with his recommendations - but nevertheless the starter course of Murgh Nizami Tikka, Tangdi Kulfi Kebab and Panner Ajwani Tikka had us all licking our fingers. The Tangdi Kulfi Kebab is a personal favorite of mine and it requires an acquired taste to savour this mildly nutty flavored kebab. The Paneer Ajwani Tikka could have been a little spicier - but nevertheless, the Paneer was soft, tender and delectable. We move onto the main course (which did take some time to arrive) and being so full with the starters , we moved onto the Rice directly. Murgh Dum Biryani was just total VFM and it tasted heavenly with the Raita. The Veggies ordered for some Corn Capsicum Masala and Cheese Masala Kulchas. Not much of a grass eater am I, but I would strongly recommend the Veg fare out here solely based on this combination of CC Masala and Kulcha. The Kulchas just melted in my mouth .. Yumm !!!. The meal ended on a not so nice note again as the Bill took a hell lotta time to come, with us reminding the steward twice or thrice for the same. Plus they had messed it up by double billing for the Hookah. A mumbled apology and the bill was rectified. Didn't leave me with a smile on my face though. Overall a 4 on 5 for this place. A more detailed break up Food = 4/5 Ambience = 3.5/5 ( They could make it a little more lighted for a clearer view of the Menu)Service = 3/5Location = 5/5 (A top of Shopper's Stop in Bandra -the main youth Hub in the suburbs)Crowd Factor = 5/5 (A whole bunch of yuppies and the usual hookah grungies with a fair mix of Firangs) I am glad this place does not lick White Skin as most of the restos in town do. Value for Money = 3/5 (A damage of 1773 Rs between the seven of us is a tad expensive) Overall = 4 Star :) . Am going back again
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Karan Karayi - Burrp User

Karan Karayi

June 09,2007

great all-round experience

this place has an amazing ambience, good food and a hefty price tag to boot. but it's great for a) romantic liaisons b) evenings out c) to show u have the moolah to throw around :P

disregard that last one

the service is good, omnipresent without being obtrusive and the food is good, pleasing to the palate without being unforgettable

go here once and savour the's almost worth the dough you'll have to shell out
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Vishtasp  - Burrp User


April 14,2007

Good Food and great ambiance

If you ever need an evening to relax and unwind under the sky in Bandra, this is the place (if you can tolerate Ghazals in the background). Good place for going out with friends and family or even your loved one. The food is nice though heavy due to loads of ghee (what else were you expecting of Peshawri Food). Non-veg starters are excellent, paneer nice and creamy, biryanis yummy, dabba ghosh is avoidable. Service is courteoues and helpful. Meal costs approx 250 - 350 per person. Good place if you want to spend a long evening. Difficult to get a place on weekends so suggest that you book!!
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