New year party venues at 2000 Rs or under

Mumbai, India

What’s you plan for December 31, 2018 is a question you’ve been asked multiple times. But chances are that you – like pretty much everyone else – still only have a faint idea of what your year-end schedule looks like. So for those of you who have no clue where you’re celebrating and are looking for some last-minute ideas for an enthralling start to 2019 -Phoenix Marketcity Kurla is the place to be this New Year Eve. This destination mall is hosting the Ultimate New Year Bash that sizzle with groovy beats and the best offers on food and drinks.

Read on to know about the best party venues this New Year Eve:

Bollywood Night at Bar Bar                                                                                                                  Get ready to party in complete Bollywood style on this New Year eve at Bar Bar. With Bollywood beats rocking the dance floor and infinite rounds of spirits, it’s just what you need to ring in a fabulous 2019

Date: 31st December, 2018

Timings: 9.30 pm to 5.00 am next day

Offer: Unlimited IMFL Drinks & Food

Cost: Starting from INR 2000* per person

212 All Day                                                                                                                                         For those who wish to have a matchless experience and this is the place for you. Also if you are in love with Italian cuisine, then you must definitely go there, because this place serves the best Italian food in the city.

Date: 31st December, 2018
Timings: 7.00 pm to 3.00 am next day
Offer: Unlimited IMFL Drinks served with one round of starters
Cost: Starting from INR 1399* per person

Punjab Grill                                                                                                                                    Want to party in a luxurious style before 2018 ends? Then Punjab Grill will be the perfect retreat for you.

Date: 31st December, 2018
Timings: 9.00 pm to 2.00 am next day
Offer: Unlimited Food with 1 glass of sparkling wine
Cost: INR 2000* per person

Live Music at The Market Project by Pizza Express

Usher in this New Year with a classic combination of gourmet food, drinks & live music. This place exactly knows how to party and leaves no stone unturned when it comes to celebrations.

Date: 31st December, 2018
Timings: 9.00 pm to 5.00 am next day
Offer:  3 course meal (Alcoholic & Non – Alcoholic)
Cost: Starting from INR 745* per person

Rainforest Resto – Bar

Begin your year with this jungle themed multi-cuisine restaurant, which will give all your 5 senses a delightful concoction. The lavish bar spoils you for choice.

Date: 1st January, 2019
Timings: 11.30 am – 3.30 pm
Offer:  7 course brunch with a glass of wine
Cost: INR 2500* per person

When: December 31, 2018 & January 01, 2019

Where: Phoenix Marketcity Kurla

Time: 7:00 PM to 5:00 AM next day

Contact: +91 8291076778 ( Excerpt from a release)

Advertisements

Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla a dining destination!!!!!

Mumbai,India

Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla which is perceived to be a day trip by many due to its location is quite a shopping experience because it’s gargantuan and houses a huge number of brands including Zara, Diesel, Charles and Keith, Steve Madden and they also house Debenhams. I live in Ghatkopar and R-City the next door mall keeps me happy with its shopping options and happier with the F&B, but  I do commute to Marketcity for a lot of good brands that I miss.  And yes, the mall is within a kilometer from BKC and easily accessible.

But the question is can Phoenix Marketcity  become a dining destination??  The management of Phoenix and Food Bloggers Association of India (FBAI) had organized a Food Crawl recently for foodies to come and experience their F&B offerings.  Irish House, Rainforest café and Dunkin Donuts their new baby was on the list.

20140618_195716

Cocktails at the Irish House

Cocktails at the Irish House

We started with drinks and starters at the Irish house. The place was relatively packed for a Wednesday evening and it had a nice chirpy vibe. Cocktails and lots of them were the call of the day and fellow bloggers even tried their hand behind the bar and happily posed with their creations.  The cocktails from the classic Cosmo to their very own Irish Trash can (heady mix of 4 spirits, peach liqueur with an inverted can of red bull in a beer mug) were made very well but had the pub like finish to them. The starters, mushroom stuffed in brioche was impressive but their hummus failed.  Must say the staff was quite knowledgeable and enthusiastic and it is certainly commendable for a stand-alone place.

Mushrooms in brioche

Mushrooms in brioche

The next stop was Rainforest resto-bar and I was really skeptical about this one because of bad experiences in terms of food in the past at R-city and unfortunately it turned out to be the same this time too. Some people find the ambience dull but I do not mind the ambience or the service but in my opinion there is too much happening on the very extensive menu with Chinese to Italian to Indian and they are not able to do justice to any of them. The Paprika Paneer tikka seemed to have a chili paste marinade only, the cheese kurkuri tikki was drenched in oil and the Risotto balls, very lackluster.  They are running a fondue festival and I wanted to stay back and give their fondue a chance, but had to move on to the next due to time constraints.

Rainforest Ambience Pic credits: Rainforest resto-bar

Rainforest Ambience Pic credits: Rainforest resto-bar

Stirracino  Pic Credits: Dunkin Donut

Stirracino Pic Credits: Dunkin Donuts

The last stop was Dunkin Donuts. I admit I am not a fan of donuts at all and hence I settled for a stiraccino a layered chocolate hot coffee and a tiny Bavarian Munchkin (filled with custard). The coffee was very good and the munchkin met expectations.It was a fun evening and very well hosted by Phoenix and the participating outlets, we got to know some brands better whilst sharing feedback with their representatives.

This Phoenix however has a lot to do before it can rise up from the ashes vis-à-vis its F&B scape.I will leave you with restaurants  I would go to Market city for:

Irish House for drinks and food

Poush for lovely Kashmiri food

Café Royal for their sizzlers

And there are endless places to choose from for desserts and coffee.

Lastly on my yet to try list  is YumCha Vie the Casual dining Oriental restaurant which shares walls with Funjabi Tadka an Indian restaurant conceptualized by TV chef Harpal Singh Sokhi.

Santé!