The wonderful Gracian D’Souza oversees the kitchen at Mesa Bistro. As a former chef at both Harvey Nichols and the Landmark Hotel in London, D’Souza brings flair and creativity to Mesa and offers Mumbaikar’s something truly different.
Fusing European with Indian influences, diners can expect dishes such as cous cous ratatouille or filo strudel packed with succulent chicken. Due to demand, more Indian style dishes are currently being added to the carte du jour, so soon the menu will be longer and offer more in terms of spice.
In a city that is over-spilling with seasoning, this might detract from the USP, but we’ll wait and see.rnSome customers find the Swedish inspired décor, wood chairs, minimalism etc a touch bland, but that’s missing the point – in a country that’s a full on colour attack on the senses, this is a nice antidote. Let’s hope it stays that way.