Last Wednesday night Team FBAI decided to take some time out of their regular routine and celebrate life and what better place to do this than ‘A Bar Called Life’ at Juhu.

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It is absolutely the new party destination. The interiors are all fancy suiting both the nightlife and a perfect romantic date. They have 2 sections i.e. outdoor and indoor. The energy of the place totally transforms into high energy bar with different gigs/activities/events happening every night.

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We all checked out both the sections and loved the vibe of the indoor area and decided to settle there. It was perfect for a laid-back evening and some chilling.
The cocktails here are quite unique and mastered by Dhaval Pillay, their head mixologist. The cocktail menu originates from India; each and every cocktail is from a recipe that has been long forgotten. Every drink over here has a special story behind it, making the whole experience amazing & interesting. We really loved the drink called Old Fashion and we even took a small video of him mixing up the cocktail. He made a special edition to the drink by adding flavored smoke of rosemary and pepper. Trust us that drink was really something.

Other than this we even had Tequila Margarita, Saeb Chini, Kacchi Keri and good old Corona Beer.

 

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The food menu is conceptualized by Executive Chef Amninder Sandhu, offering a range of wholesome, hearty finger foods and mains that are perfect for snacking while enjoying the extensive cocktail menu. The food out here is also inspired by ‘lost Indian authentic recipes’. The techniques and preparation methods used here are been passed down through generations. Everything was just amazing and a visual delight to us all!

We had a scrumptious Burrata Kadak Rumali, a crispy basket of Rumali roti with a creamy Burrata dip, a melt in the mouth, spicy Paneer Agara and totally satisfying loaded nachos, along with lal mirch ka murg tikka. The pav sliders, with butter paneer and pulled raan were truly delectable and so was the tender patra ni machhi. A perfect accompaniment to the drinks.

 

 

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