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Monday, March 21, 2011

Review: Chez Moi

Everyone's talking about this little cosy eatery, and we say, the buzz is all worth it! Chez Moi, a mushy and romantic restaurant recently opened up at Reclamation, right next to Candies and Quench. As soon as we stepped inside, the charming traditional French decor casted a spell on us and we were already in love!

One of the servers promptly guided us to a table and presented us with the menu, which was unusually placed inside a magazine cover. Going through the menu we noticed the y had limited options for soups, salads, starters, sandwiches, pastas, pizzas, mains and mocktails.

To start with, we called for the Lemon Grass Mojito and the BBQ Chicken Supreme. The mojito was an impeccable blend of sweet and sour. The BBQ Chicken Supreme was a platter of tender chicken pieces marinated in barbeque sauce, delicious and perfectly cooked.

For the mains, we opted for the Pepper Chilly Mushroom Pizza with Chicken (extra topping). It was slightly bland and could have been a little more flavourful, but nevertheless, it was crisp and cheesy!

We must say that this place is a must try for all foodies and we noticed that it wasn’t as expensive as it’s perceived to be. A special shout out to the outstanding service that went a step ahead in making sure their customers were enjoying their meal.

Venue: Chez Moi
House No. 13, Candies Lane, Opp. Lilavati Hospital, Bandra Reclamation, Bandra (W)
Landmark: Next to Candies/ Quench
Phone: 77383824007 

Lemon Grass Mojito: Rs 125
BBQ Chicken Supreme: Rs 190
Pepper Chilly Mushroom Pizza: Rs 190


Anonymous said...

you seem to have missed that Chez Moi is actually an Italian restaurant albeit with a French name ... Mentioning that may help your audience decide if they want to really eat here!

Foodie said...

From what i have learnt from the management there is that they serve pan european food and not just Italian. That would be fair to say off them. Also the reason its called Chez Moi is cos of the warm homely feel to the place unlike other artificial plastic looking restaurants. Kudos!