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Niv 1960 - Burrp User

Niv 1960

April 29,2015
3.6

Best afghani chicken

You want to eat a good variety ranging from Mumbai regular fare to the all time favourite biryani, then this is the right place. They have a selection of North Indian and South Indian as well as a selection of salads and desserts. Must give 100 % for the taste of food & mocktails. One must try their kebab varieties.Perfect preparation.strongly recommend the Afghani chicken.
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Foodie Love

March 12,2015
4.4

Coppery Golden palace

As a place, it's beautiful. The interiors are way too good. It truly appears as a Coppery- Golden place. The chandeliers mimic cooking handis hung upside down. The kitchen is behind a glass window, so you can also see their chefs. The seating arrangement makes you feel as if you are sitting in a Mughal Emperor's court.

The BUFFET is just simply AWESOME. Non-veg options available here are just fantastic. Kudos to the chef for providing simply delicious desserts. Murg Makhani, Paneer Palak , Butter Naan, Roomali roti and Missi Roti are some of my favorites. Malai Makai Seek Kebab, Murg Kali Mirch melt in the mouth and really yummy.

Classy experience for the suburbs. Perfect fine dining experience for which we pay a bomb.
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Amol Agnihotri - Burrp User

Amol Agnihotri

January 05,2015
1.8

I would not recommend this place for a group at least. Please confirm your bookings twice before visiting the restaurant

Firstly I must mention to you that we had organised a team lunch on 2nd January 2015. We chose copper chimney just because it is close to our office place. I had called up for booking on 31st December 2014 for booking and also received a confirmation over phone. However, I guess due to some misunderstanding the receptionist got confused and my booking wasn’t there when 15 of us actually went for lunch on 2nd January 2015. In spite of reservation we had to wait for almost an hour. Finally we got a table and now we were expecting welcome drinks. The steward took the order and delivered the welcome drinks after we finished our starters (we also sent two reminders). It is a long time since I have witnessed such bad service. When a complaint was made to the Restaurant Manager we were greeted with shrugging shoulders and not a single apology or excuse was offered, perfect example of “Not my monkey not my circus”. The service in this restaurant is so bad it is beyond belief. The food was good but with the same amount of money, I could get better food and service elsewhere. Bad receptionist (don’t know the name) she was very uninterested and was blaming manager additionally didn’t even said “Thank You” while we were leaving. She has to LEARN to smile more, or at least greets guest nicely! YOU ARE RUNNING A SERVICE BUSINESS!
Everything we had was delicious. The food was good but items were limited and was not enough to neat that place, I loved Kheema and Kebabs.

Overall I would not recommend this place for a group at least. Please confirm your bookings twice before visiting the restaurant.
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Tejas P

January 01,2015
4.0

Convenient dining option for a weekday lunch buffet

For how long I was waiting to conquer Copper Chimney at Goregaon. Finally my office colleagues backed me for a lunch buffet....given that it is available only on weekdays.

You are enthralled by the very mention of this brand. We step in with a team of 15 and the staff was prompt to arrange the tables for us. The aroma of food did not keep us on our seats for long. The chicken clear soup was thick, creamy and well done. I would have downed more of it had we not opted for the fresh draught beer pitcher (offered at 449+). We feasted on the chicken kebabs and fish koliwada. The fish at first was chewy as it got cold but the fresh lot which was brought in later was crisp and tender inside. The chicken, although good to taste, was a bit undercooked. That takes away a point as starters are generally among the first touch points in a buffet.

Among the mains, my eyes were glued to the kheema which is a rare find in a buffet. It was well made with the only disappointment being they did not serve 'pav' which is a natural companion. The chicken gravy was good to eat with the naans. Egg biryani looked appealing but turned out otherwise when you take the first morsel. It was quite dry and was not even warm when we went for it. Nonetheless, I was pleased to have a few morsels with the fish koliwada. Apologies for not including anything on the vegetarian fanfare as I did go that way.

The desserts section did not excite me much. The kheer kadam was quite ok. The chocolate sauce to be poured on the ice cream got thick as it wasn't maintained at a warm enough temperature. I satisfied myself with a decent serving of only the ice cream.

Copper Chimney maintained the level of quality you would expect from the brand. However, it does not give you a very rich feel like the other outlets. I would still recommend the lunch buffet at an attractive price of 537 (all inclusive)....not only for the price but because you would enjoy it at the end of it. I will give a thumbs up for the ambience but it loses a bit of grandeur since it is on the busiest floor of Oberoi Mall. Three cheers for the staff who are ready to help you out with anything that you may need.
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Divya Kamra - Burrp User

Divya Kamra

December 17,2014
3.0

Better for Non veg!

We reached there on a Friday evening and was given a waiting of 45 minutes, as expected. But we were ushered into the place only after an hour of waiting. Nonetheless, we were attended by the waiter immediately and we gave our order within 5 minutes.

Following was our order and my evaluation for the same:
Blue Mojito: A little too sweet drink. The presentation was okayish. I had seen the drink being better served in other places. Also would have been better if it was more chilled.
Panner Tikka Masala: Now they authenticate in mughlai food, so this had to be good. Aptly spice with good amount of curry.
Dal Maharaja: Black dal done very nice. The texture was a little thick, but the taste was very good. Rich and creamy and good heavy.
Breads (roti and naan) : Too buttery, but then it was crisp.

For 2 drinks, 2 main course and breads, we churned out close to 1600 bucks. The decor is modern with a touch of mughal art.

I think that non veg people will enjoy this place ore than the veg lovers for the extensive menu of tandoor and curries of chicken, lamb and fish preparations.
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