Welcome to a whole new world of European cuisine at Euro, that recently opened its doors for those who love to wine and dine in style.
There’s nothing like a perfect setting of a restaurant that makes you forget the traffic snarls and the noise of the city. As you take a level down from the lobby and walk by the indoor lagoon to Euro, it’s as if hotel Sahara Star transports you to an exotic location with what the best the world can offer in food. What we personally liked about the setting at Sahara Star is that we get to choose from a variety of international cuisines all under one starlit luxurious roof. Last time we were at Mabruk, this time it is Euro.
The experience begins from the moment you step into Hotel Sahara Star. The beautiful dim lights, the background music and a courteous staff escorting you to the newly launched Euro just waiting for us to explore some of the best cuisine that Europe has to offer.
The long pot-holed drive through the Western Express Highway was soon forgotten the moment we entered Euro.
The conversations began over a red or sparkling white wine and the entrees included a wide assortment of breads, cheeses, cold cuts, canapés, Amouse Bouche, Porcini Mushroom Soup and Pistachio Strudel with grilled Asparagus and Zabaglione. My favourite were the Atlantic Scallops pan seared with apple and sesame relish and Blue Potato Gnocchi with creamy sauce.
The menu has been exclusively curated to give you a glimpse of Europe while sitting in the heart of Mumbai. Chef Amol Rane, Executive Chef Salil Fadnis and Restaurant Manager Sarang Patil have charted out a ‘rotating menu’ with an exclusive meal for every night. The menu mainly consists of 30 dishes from European countries – wouldn’t you want to try?
The best part being, we didn’t have to travel all the way to any exotic location as the best of cuisines were presented to us on our table – I simply loved the New Zealand Lamb Loin braised in red cabbage and the Squid Ink Linguine grilled prawn in clam sauce was an exquisite masterpiece.
Amidst the music and catching up with friends, we enjoyed the mains which included Paella – with prawns, chicken, mussels and clams while the Truffle Risotto was done up with carnaroli and parmesan.
The soirée was finally concluded on a sweet note with a Rasperry Custard – with a little cocoa biscuit and macaroon on the side along with a robust Ginger Mousse, nestled next to a soft cocoa biscuit, rosemary snow and caramel.
Sounds divine, isn’t it? Euro is a brand new fine dining European restaurant open for memorable evening dining experiences. Book your tables now to unravel the gastronomic treasures yourself. You may also like to check out our review on Mabruk, a fine dining Lebanese restaurant at Hotel Sahara Star.
Collaborate with us:
Write to us at email@example.com if you’d like to get featured or collaborate with us at The Lifestyle Portal.