After my first visit to Dinshaws for their lunch menu review, I was lucky to be invited for the next in line breakfast menu review.
I reached the place really late compared to my regular breakfast timing and so was really hungry and excited about trying out their breakfast items.
As we reached there, Ishita offered us some water melon juice which was much needed to beat the heat that we faced while I travelled from Amanora to Koregaon Park.
First on the table was the garage omlette served with toasted bread. The omlette has this flavor dominant with capsicum. The omlette had a stuffing of capsicum, onions and mushrooms. Perfectly fried and the veggies in it were fresh.
Next on the table we were served the masala omlette which was the regular stuffing of onion, tomato and green chillies, The omlette had a crisp outline to it which gives the crunchiness while you eat it with the bread slices.
Once we were done with the omlette, we had the cheese parantha. Loved the softness and the mint chutney served with it was yumm. The cheese parantha was also topped with some grated cheese. I just wish it had some more cheese though.
We also had the Pammy aunty ke paranthey, which was like aloo parantha, thin and stuffed. Tasted great with the amazing mint chutney and mind you we didn’t waste any bit of this or pammy aunty had warned us “in the menu card” that should would beat us up :p
The only feedback I would have about the parantha is probably a bit more stuffing needed to make it an authentic Punjabi parantha.
I next tried the banana and Nutella milkshake which absolutely delicious and I could have two full glasses. There was a perfect blend of banana and Nutella which was cold and refreshing.
I took up to ordering the pan tossed sausages. It looked yummy at its first sight itself and believe me the flavours were spot on. With the barbeque sauce, soya sauce and the capsicum and onion, it gave it a nice Asian twist. Loved this one totally.
The eggs stack was also something I tasted, it was a heap of wedges/fries stacked with some scrambled egg topped on it. Looked delicious and a full meal by itself. Looked so pretty to some of us that we were feeling bad to dig in and spoil the presentation.
There was something missing, that was our breakfast desserts. I was already full with all the different things we tried. But then looking at the pancake, I went low on my knees and decided to try it out. Made from whole wheat flour, eggs, milk, vanilla essence, baking powder, the taste was great and it was melt to the mouth. This is something I could also give my 1.7 year old baby.
Overall a good breakfast menu place in koregaon park and good place to relax and have a Sunday a-la-carte brunch. Some must haves are surely the banana and nutella smoothie, the pan tossed sausages and the pancakes.