Review - Copper Chimney In BKC, Mumbai

During childhood days, dining at Copper Chimney was reserved for special occasions. Nonstop chatter ruled our table, stalled only to relish mouthfuls of handmade naans dipped in dal makhani as children made loud sounds while crunching papads. Copper Chimney in Worli rules as a family favorite till date.

Nostalgia hit me hard as I stepped into the newest outlet of Copper Chimney that serves delicious North Indian and Mughlai cuisine within sleek new interiors in the busy business district of Mumbai - BKC. Memories of good times spent with family came rushing back and the wise one was right when he said ,"Good Food Means Good Mood."

The BKC outpost of Copper Chimney is spacious and the art deco influence sets the mood. A huge copper bell at the entrance makes for a good photo opportunity and quirky accents like traditional spice jars stand out in the space ruled by copper, wood and earthy tones. 

Enjoy a drink at an eye-catching bar, settle at one of the spacious table or opt for a private dining alcove - the choice is yours!

The menu is expansive and features handmade Indian breads, signature Indian curries made with select spices, favorites from the tandoor grill (clay oven), a section dedicated to "originals", starter plates, biryanis, indulgent desserts and more. The bar menu serves creative alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages where classic favorites are presented with a fresh perspective that highlights local ingredients. Khatta Panna - vodka infused with sweet and tart flavors of raw mango and fresh Indian basil was refreshing and Kalakhatta Margarita - a spicy, tangy spin on the classic Margarita; with tequila, kala khatta and chaat masala.

Kalakhatta Margarita

Khatta Panna

Do try the Delhi Shikanji - Indian version of lemonade made with fresh lime juice, chaat masala and mint, a definite thirst quencher.

Delhi Shikanji

We started with Tawa Imli Aloo - cubed, deep fried potatoes tossed in tangy, sweet chutneys and chaat masala - a favorite street side snack from North! Burrah Chops which literally mean "big kebab" were delicious with a melt-in-the-mouth texture. Prodding the Chef to know more, we came to know the secret - tender lamb chops, marinated overnight with hung yogurt and select Indian spices, cooked skillfully to impart the perfect flavor.

Tawa Imli Aloo

Burrah Chops

Next, we paired Chura Paratha - layered Indian flatbread, baked in tandoor till crisp with a smokey flavor served hand crushed with Rogan Josh - a delicious Kashmiri preparation that features slow cooked boneless lamb, marinated in 21 spice blend.

Chura Paratha

Rogan Josh

We also tried the Multigrain Roti made with whole wheat, ragi, bajra, oats, barley along with Dal Maharaja - made with charcoal simmered whole black lentils with mild taste of tomatoes and spices, finished with a dollop of home made butter.

Multigrain Roti

Dal Maharaja

From the biryani section we selected Parda Gosht Biryani - marinated boneless lamb pieces slow cooked along with long grained saffron rice in a sealed pot was aromatic with a mild flavor.

Parda Gosht Biryani

Indulgent desserts like Patiala Kulfi, Muzaffar - a Lucknow specialty and more tempted us but we chose to try some specials from the Mango menu (available till season lasts). Chilled Mango Chenna Rabdi - homemade chenna dunked in mango infused thickened milk and topped with fresh mango pieces made our day while Mango Mastani - a take on famous beverage from Pune, had dreamy layers of mango blended milk, mango ice cream, chopped fresh mango and topped with nuts.

Chilled Mango Chenna Rabdi

Mango Mastani

Mango Kufi

The menu at Copper Chimney is an ode to secret recipes, slow cooking techniques and features recipes from Peshawar to Delhi. Copper Chimney, BKC serves age old secret recipes with a fresh perspective. Conveniently located, the restaurant attracts corporate crowd looking to enjoy a post work drink, ladies who lunch, families and more. Try the newly launched customized lunch that offers an unmissable opportunity to enjoy a variety of Indian flavors in form of unlimited portions of signature grills, starters, soups, favorites from salad section, Indian curries paired with flatbreads, rice preparation and dessert. Want an option for a quick working lunch? Relish the soup and salad lunch menu priced at INR 199 all inclusive. Copper Chimney also serves a delicious lunch buffet from Mon-Sat priced at INR 699/- and on Sundays priced at INR 799. Want more? How about enjoying Chandani Chowk Ki Chai or Kashmiri Kahwa on one of your not so busy afternoon?

Copper Chimney, Urban Plaza, 2nd Floor, Bandra Kurla Complex Road, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051

What Do I Pay For A Meal For Two: INR 1300/- approximately plus taxes. Alcohol extra.

Timing: 12–3PM and 7PM–12AM

Call# 022 2650 0228


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