Melting Pot, Juhu Residency Boutique Hotel Reviews, Juhu, Mumbai - Burrp
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Bina S.

April 29,2015


I had heard a lot about this restaurant from family and friends but did not get a chance until recently to visit it. I was told that it is a multi cuisine restaurant and that I should try a bit of everything. So when we went in a large group, I decided not to order anything for myself but instead try a little from what others had ordered. So I tried a little oriental, Indian, continental etc since that was the range of orders in our group. Unfortunately nothing that I sampled was spectacular. It was ordinary. I wasn't particularly impressed and left wondering if it was hype than anything else or was it a wrong choice of order. I suppose it is the former as so many people ordering different thing cannot all get it wrong.
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RADHAKrishna 9393

March 22,2015

Melting Place for couples.

Its chilling cold here. We ordered for Hakka Style Paneer as recommedned by the staff. It had a great flavors and the paneer was cotton soft. Next we tried the Papdi Chicken - tandoori pieces of chicken scattered onmini papads. very new and innovative.Do try their Mushroom Galoti which is grilled mushroom with stuffing. Their quantity is really overwhelming so be a little careful while ordering.Veg pot noodles taste heavely with less oil around.
If you planning a quiet dinner with your special someone they will put in all their efforts for your comfort to make it a special.
Highlight of the place - apple pie with hot custard - you wil love it
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ipsitasharma007 - Burrp User


March 28,2014

fun point

Melting point has an amazing ambiance specially for a relaxed evening dinner plan. I had been to this place with a few friends of mine and we had a great a memorable time!! We had the pan fried noodles and chicken in chilly soya and it was delicious!! The price is pretty decent and reasonable. The food quality and taste is up to the mark. We even got complimentary desserts since we made our reservations through urbanrestro.
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Heer  - Burrp User


October 25,2013

A nice fine dining experience

Melting pot has various cuisines. This one was a nice try. On a Friday afternoon it was almost full, hence the same is enough to tell the popularity of the restaurant. Well placed tables and an elegant decor gives the entire restaurant a classy and an elegant look. Part of Juhu residency, this restaurant gives a complete feel of a premium restaurant. And yes the food too is good out here. It is surely a value for money place.
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Divya Kamra

July 22,2013

Melt in the mouth!

This restaurant happens to be in a club, for which you need to be a member, or come along with a member to get an entry. So when we had our office dinner here, my boss who happens to be a member, took us to this one. This is situated on the 1st floor of the vicinity, it is beautifully decorated. The lights are not to blinding, absolutely apt for the kind of seating they give. The entrance is greeted with a bid Buddha statue. We sat on the corner end of the restaurant, from where you can see the whole restaurant. It was bustling with people, being a Friday night, still our order came in quickly. It has a menu which cover North Indian, Chinese and Sea food cuisines. We stuck to North Indian. All the food ordered was given by my boss, who is a regular here. Being a vegetarian, can give views only about veg. Panner Tikka was juicy, soft and properly marinated. The mushroom starter was done to perfection, though it was a little too spicy for my taste. The non veg starters were also served in good quantity, and what reviews I got, they seem to like the Chicken more than the fish. With us done almost with the starters only, order a kaju kofta curry which was medium sweet, with kofta being too soft, though the taste was good. The Dal tadka was pretty decent. Non veg eaters ordered Butter chicken, and they seemed to love it. For dessert we ordered a Chocolate sundae, which was a brownie served with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce. Presented beautifully and taste was heaven. The blueberry cheesecake was served very nicely, taste was good, though would have preferred if the crust was a little more moist. In all a evening well spent. If you know anybody who is a member of the club where this restaurant is, do give it a visit, you will not be disappointed.
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Knead_with_love - Burrp User


November 16,2012

Truly hot!!

Went here for Diwali dinner and was not disappointed at all!! loved the atmosphere, the staff, the food and the desserts. Our meal had nothing flawed. We called for kung pao potaoes, burnt chili veg soup, paneer shikanje, veg phalguni, dal makhni, naan and rotis, masala papad and veg dum biryani!! Everyone was happy and well fed but the desserts were yet to come...Appli pie with warm custard, caramel custard, angoori rabdi and gulkhand kulfi!! Yum is all that it was.
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ayushjain23 - Burrp User


June 12,2012

One more visit will firm up the feedback

Not able to make up my mind on this eatery located in front of JW Mariott. Guess need more visit to form an opinion. The food served is piping hot and tastes just average from my visit this is the conclusion I can draw.

The starters as always were way better than main course. We had ordered corn Tikki and Seekh Kabab which tasted really good with sliced onion and chutney. The good thing about this restaurant is they don’t serve plane vanilla pickle but along with it they also serve fried green chilly and sweet lemon pickle which surprisingly are very much edible. For main course we went with Methi Malai Mutter, Dal Tadka and some Paneer stuff all of which were decent enough but certainly not one to rave about.
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Aayush Chokhani

May 19,2012

Good Food

Melting Pot is located in the prime area of Juhu - bang opposite JW Marriott.
The ambiance is really good with two areas to sit in. Both are good. The restaurant is well lit and the layout is really good.

They have Chinese as well as indian Cuisine with a nice selection of drinks. We tried a Chinese starter with Paneer and Mushroom. It was good. The Indian Main Course was good - Paneer Lababdar and Veg Phalguni - both tasted good. infact I have never tried veg Phalguni anywhere earlier - so makes me feel it was their speciality.

Service was extremely prompt. There were no problems and everything ordered came in well in time. Bottled Water is complimentary from them which is quite good - and they are not fussy on the number of bottles. Nice.

Going back - Yes
Damages : 2200 for 4
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spajunkie - Burrp User


May 02,2012


simply love the matter what cuisine u choose u won't be disappointed. service is excellent. they serve only mineral water at NO EXTRA of the only rest I've seen doin that. ambiance is as comparable to a 5 star but the rates r definitely more affordable. it's definitely value for money. their portions r huge so if u r goin thr for the 1st time then be careful not to over order. the must try started is the paneer one. forget the name as it paneer lawabdar?? have visited this place 10-15 times atleast & not once have i had a bad experience which shows that they've maintained their standards consistently. make sure u get reservations for weekend. u dont wanna be disappointed last moment.
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