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#409 of 8,609 Restaurants in Mumbai


$4 - $27
French, Indian
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Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
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Reviewed February 28, 2020

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.

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 21, 2020

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.

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 15, 2020 via mobile

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...us a 2 seater and offered to put a third chair. It's only after we insisted they gave us a table. I asked for the manager, who never turned up. The service was slow, the portions were small and the menu was overall disappointing Definitely not worth going againMore

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 25, 2020 via mobile

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...AC leaking to not getting our drinks right we were in for a not so good evening! Most importantly their food and ingredients don't feel fresh anymore! You like can't be serving stale foccia breads! Just cannot!More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 11, 2020 via mobile

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...t know the menu and was unable to give inputs.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed December 27, 2019

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...the restaurant. The ambience is fab and decor is very stylish. Service was keen and attentive. I will be back for more. .....Mustard by name and indeed "mustard" by experienceMore

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed December 25, 2019 via mobile

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...who have successful careers in retail and hospitality industries, decided to explore their shared passion for an awesome culinary experience. Mustard is not fusion restaurant. They are trying to tell the traditional stories from the rich culture of France and Bengali. My Christmas Eve became more memorable this year. This expansive with chic decor, happy positive vibes give you the feeling of being at home. Tables are well scaced, giving enough privacy. Bar serves signature drinks and fresh fruit juices.. Beautiful Chef Ananya Banerje is an achiever in her own right in different fields. She has curated and created amazing Modern Bengali signature dishes for the Winter special event.. Started from 24th of December will continue till March, 2020 That shows her popularity in culinary world, vast knowledge and experience ... This pretty lady with a beautiful smile and sweet spoken, explained in detail about each and every dishes, the history and inspiration behind the dishes, prepared masterpieces which are her family speciality dishes for generations. The 3 course meal without drinks cost around - Veg meal is 630/ , Non-Veg is 780/ with applicable taxes extra. Jain options of meals are also available.. I enjoyed fresh pure green apple, pineapple and water melon juices, no added sugar is added. The a la carte menu starts with excellent #starters - 1. Channar patisapta - crepes fillled with cottage cheese 2. Daalpilurite moda gach patha kosha - an amazing Bengali version on tacos 3. Oler purbhora chop -stuffed ol (yam) croquettes 4. Rui macher patisapta - crepes fillled with carpfish 5. Murshidabadi murgi tikia - a chicken snack from the kitchen of Nawabs of Murshidabad 6. Purono Kolkatar mutton cutlet - a North Kolkata speciality, crumb fried mutton 7. Kolmi Kashundi baked crab with crispy kolmi - Crab meat baked with kolmi saag (water spinach) with mozzarella in the shell, topped with crispy kolmi and edible flowers Now the super tasty and creative #maincourse delicacies - 8. Bandakopir Dhokar Dalna - a gravy dish of lentil dumplings with cabbage 9. Phulkopir Jhuri Posto - A dry prepation of Bengalis favorite poppy seeds paste with small pieces of cauliflower 10. Macher HoroGouri - An iconic preparation from Chef Ananya's grandma's kitchen. Bhetki is cooked in two different gravies, served in the both side separately. One is bit spicy, another one is tangy in taste. It's a super tasty dish.. 11. Mangsher Doodh Korma - Tender pieces of mutton are cooked with milk in Korma style 12. Shorshe Pabda - Bengalis favorite fish Pabda, deboned and cooked in mustard sauce 13. Ghee Bhat with Bori Bhaja - Main course dishes are served with rice with ghee and garnished with fried lentil dumplings 14. Luchi - Hot pooris made with flour .. 15. Lau and Aloo khosha bhaja - In Bengali kitchen we even make a dish out of the vegetable peels.. Bengali is the sweetest language in the world And we're sweet lovers Chef Ananya curated lovely winter special Bengali traditional desserts with her magical touch 16. Patisapta - Thin crepes filled with grated coconut, date palm jaggery, nolen gurer naru (coconut balls prepared with date palm jaggery) and nolen gurer ice cream 17. Nolen gurer payesh - rice kheer prepared with date palm jaggery, garnished with badampot 18. Poddo luchi - A lost recipe from Chef Ananya's grandma's kitchen. Mawa stuffed luchi served with rabdi... It's one of my best Modern Bengali cuisine experience. Being a Bengali, I can understand the efforts, research work in creating new amazing dishes, a loving host always with a beautiful smile... Chef Ananya, you're outstanding, pride of #Bengali👏 Very reasonable priced, enjoy her delicacies in one the most romantic place in Mumbai . Plan weekdays, weekends, holidays with your family and friends, prior booking suggested.. You'll enjoy equally as me Am very sure...More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed December 24, 2019 via mobile

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...we had. Dishes I would seriously recommend Starters Rui macher patisapta – crepes filled with carpfish filling. Served with chilli kashundi kolmi kashundi baked crab with crispy kolmi –fresh crabmeat baked with kolmi saag(water spinach) in the shell. Topped with crispy kolmi. Served with batabilebu makha Main course Macher horogouri – fish in two gravies. The most iconic dishes from my grandma’s kitchen served with gondho lebu bhat , lau khosha bhaja Mangsher doodh korma – mutton cooked in milk in korma gravy served with trikona porota, lau daal Shorshe pabda - pabda fish cooked in mustard sauce served with gondho lebu bhat , laukhosha bhaja Desert Patisapta – thin crepes filled with coconut and date palm jaggery served with vanilla ice-cream, nolen gur drizzle and nadu Poddo luchi – a lost recipe from my granny’s kitchen. Stuffed mawa luchi served with rabdiMore

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed December 22, 2019

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...chef to create the menu is praiseworthy. Staff are well groomed and attentive. Interior is tastefully done. A visit at least for the experience is recommended.More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed October 29, 2019

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

Hello Naresh, 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! Kind Regards, The Mustard Team

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Mustard is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4