|BusaGo @ Bandra|
After the Christmas trip to Mount Mary Church & Taj Lands End, Vinny & I went to BusaGo
in Bandra to buy a takeaway lunch. It’s a quaint little restaurant, tucked away in Bandra, with a few tables in the open and some more in the AC section.
|Their menu on the wall|
They have an open kitchen where you can see the cooks and waiters getting the food together. While they have a number of Thai & Burmese fare on offer – both vegetarian & non-vegetarian – we ordered Burmese Kaukswe which is what the place is renowned for.
|How to make your bowl of Kaukswe|
A bowl of Kaukswe – a type of Burmese Curry made in coconut gravy – comes along with a serving of noodles, white rice or brown rice. Zucchini, broccoli, baby corn, mushrooms and carrots were the veggies used in the gravy. We took three of these along with an extra portion noodle & brown rice for eating at home along with Venkat & Viggy. The bill was quite decent coming to less than Rs. 900.
|Burmese Kaukswe with brown rice & condiments! Yum Yum|
They serve a number of condiments with the Kaukswe which is what makes the meal rich in taste. There was fried onion, fried garlic, roasted peanuts, chopped coriander, chopped green onion stalks, chopped onions, chopped celery, chilli flakes and lemon wedges.
|Seats both outside and inside at BusaGo|
You make a bed of noodles or rice or both on the plate. Over this, you spread the various condiments that suit your taste, sprinkle a few drops of lemon juice and pour the Kaukswe on top. Now set out to polish off the whole. It tasted simply awesome! Definitely droolworthy!
BusaGo (Meals in a Bowl)
11, Gasper Enclave,
Opp. Gold’s Gym,
St. John’s Road,
Phone: 022-61278897 / 98
Making me hungry. Sure will try out, when I go towards Bandra. Thanks for the review.ReplyDelete
Thank you Nilima :)Delete
Yeah, it's definitely worth a visit
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