Shalvi Mangaokar tells you why you should check out Tasty Tangles in Bandra
When we walked in to Tasty Tangles, we were delighted to see a bright, spacious restaurant with well done up interiors. We also liked the fact that it had an open kitchen. We wondered if this place could be at par with the other restaurants that have mushroomed in
Since it comprised of Pan Asian cuisine, we went in with a completely open mind. Among the appetisers, we decided to start with the Chicken Siew Mai (`190) and the Crispy Duck Wantons (`250). The chicken was well cooked and the duck wantons were tasty. Next, we chose the Bakmi Goreng with Chicken and Prawns (`360) to see how well they could combine two strong flavours. We were not disappointed.
For the ultimate test, we opted for Tasty Tangle’s “specialties.” The Sweet and Sour Chicken (`450) and the Wok fried Prawns with Chilli Bean Sauce (`460) were scrumptious! The food was extremely tasty and better than we expected. To end the meal we chose the Sumatra Chocolate and Coconut Pot (`139). It was a good pick. Not too heavy but yet tasty.
The service was fast and the chef tossed up a delicious meal within minutes right in front of our eyes. They import a large chunk of ingredients to maintain the authenticity. The restaurant provides a unique combination of wholesome food and an energetic ambience that few are able to master.
Where Pinnacle House, Level 1, PD Hinduja Marg, 15th Road, Khar (W)
Meal for two `1,200
Alcohol Yes (starting `120 onwards + tax)