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Mustard is a labour of love by Poonam Singh and Shilpa Sharma who, after dynamic careers in retail and hospitality, decided to explore their shared passion for unique culinary experiences. Inspired by the use of mustard in its purest forms by both Bengali and French cuisine, we have brought together the best of the gourmet West and the feast of the East, thus also introducing for the first time to connoisseurs the culinary culture of a once-undivided Bengal. Mustard is not fusion. We haven’t deviated from our commitment of telling traditional stories from the rich cuisines of Bengal and France. The two meet, not in fusion, but in flavours that you will savour over untold stories. Experience
Had not heard much about this restaurant, and visited on spur of moment, so no real expectations. Server was good, and recommended a variety of dishes, we followed her advice, and Bengali food was very good.
I had been to mustard with my friends for the evening dinner. We were seated immediately, food was served quickly.
The food taste was awesome. The staff was polite. We enjoyed their deserts.
Overall a good experience at this restaurant during my Mumbai trip.
We had booked for a dinner for 3 at 7 pm which was fairly early. When we went the restaurant was absolutely empty, they were still reluctant to give us a proper table. We had to remind them we had a booking, they then gave...More
We have loved this place and were one the first people to go during the soft launch! Just like any other f&b place it's very important to keep a watch on quality of food and quality of service! Both things quite disappointing! Everything from the...More
Went for a weekday professional dinner. Was helf full. Environment is pleasant with some French influence.
Menu is very French and attractive.
I had prawns has a starter and filet mignon pork as main course. Both were fine.
Service was really average. The waitress didn...More
A very differentiated and highly enjoyable experience. Skeptical at first about Bengal / French fusion but fear not as your tastebuds will be put through multiple mouth gymnastics ! Excellent variety infact too much choice ...wanted to try everything. Loved the style and warmth of...More
Mustard is one of the brilliant fusion of Bengali and French cuisines, serving both separately.
The origin of it's name comes from the shared element prevalent in both the cuisines - Mustard...
Mustard is a labour of love of by
Shilpa Sharma and Poonam Singh...More
Heard that there was a new menu by celebrated chef Ananya Banerjee, at mustard this festive year end.
An evening I shall remember. We had the most amazing Bengali food. It was actually a Bengali Blast . Have attached the actual pictures of the meal...More
The french and Bengali cuisine are presented side by side in the menu, so it is surely not a fusion cuisine. The place is definitely pricey. I tasted the Bengali menu. Regarding the vegetarian 'paneer mustard' I felt it was unique. The attempt by the...More
As the name suggests, the cuisine in this restaurant is mustard flavoured French and Bengali(Indian), but not fusion. Interesting delicacies. The ambience is pleasant and service is satisfactory.
Date of visit: October 2019
TheMustardTeam, Social Media Manager at Mustard, responded to this reviewResponded November 6, 2019
Thank you so much for the review, and for helping us share our story of a menu that compliments each other instead of being fusion!
We hope you come back for more!
The Mustard Team