I ordered the first dish, Mushroom Spinach Omelette because mushrooms are my favorite. The omelette was well tossed with all the required ingredients and served with multi-grain slices of bread. Next on my plate was Arrabbiata Sauce Pasta which was as authentic as it should be. It had cheese, chicken pieces, generous sauce, and perfect presentation. Soon, the staff added another delectable dish, BBQ Grilled Chicken which was cooked to glory with mashed potatoes, veggies, and BBQ sauce. To gulp down those noshes down the stomach, I had another glass of Rooh Afza. To complete my experience, I couldn’t go without having the Zafrani Chai that came scintillating in a cup made of clay.
Before saying adieu to the place, I did make up my mind to come back again to try something else from the menu. While the city flourishes with new food joints every day, there is still immense space for specialization only in breakfast meals, and B.Y.O.B fits that description completely. It’s always the new entrance that trends in the food chart, and so will B.Y.O.B.
Place: Shop 107/A, Old 25/ F, Dr. Ambedkar Road, Opposite Zig Zag Road, Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai
Timings: 12midnight – 2 am, 12noon – 12midnight
Cost: ₹500 for two people (approx.)