Bayroute Cuff Parade Greek Menu’s New Greek Menu Is All About ‘Ambrosia’

Greek menu at Bayroute

Flaunting an old-world charm with long glass panels, striking tables inspired by Morocco’s quaint steel-style cafes and Middle Eastern interiors, Bayroute Cuff Parade replicates drool-worthy Greek cuisine in Mumbai. The ambrosial menu features succulent SalataCosts Hummusexotic charcuterie offerings, delectable cold and hot Mezzeappetizing dishes as well as decadent desserts, served in a customary style.

A delicious gateway to the remarkable world of Middle Eastern cuisine, Bayroute’s Tahini Caesar, Santorina Beet Carpaccio and Seven Layers chawarma are a zesty mix of savory ingredients marking a more refined invitation to the exquisite taste of Greek cuisine. We ordered Salads must try and it was loaded with vegetables and spices with dips on the side filled with savory goodness. Saffron and Pumpkin Hummus and Hummus Pimento intensifies the taste and flavors of Middle Eastern dishes, providing the perfect kick to an Ambrosian meal.

Beet Moutabbel
baklava cheesecake

Plus, Bayroute’s delicious delis – Sabich, Gyro and Lamb Croque are Mediterranean-influenced sandwiches in Emirati Khamir bread served with appetizing homemade dips on the side. Also discover their appetizer delicacies such as beets Moutabbel, Labne Al Bayroute, TirokafteriFeta cheese Saganaki, Tirokroketes, Byrek, PierogiChicken SouvlakiMoroccan chicken Briouat, Kebapche, Sigara BorégiLamb Mille-Feuille, spanakopita, GemistaLamb Mujadarra and prawns Saganaki. Complete your meal with desserts featuring ingredients sourced from Greece for good faith Kali Oreksi. We have also tried baklava Cheesecake from their dessert section and it was filling. You can also choose Greek Loukoumades, Pistachio fondant, baked Greek yogurt and a basbousa Date pudding.

In progress. From 12 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Price for two: INR 3,000 plus tax.

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