Mumbai is full of unexplored territories. No matter how long you’ve been living in the city, you cannot truly say that you’ve explored it all. The same is true for Mumbai’s food scene. There are some dishes that will shock even the most experienced of epicures and the most diligent of foodies.

Two such dishes are served at “Out of the Blue” in Le Sutra Hotel, Khar and if you are a true foodie, these are a must try.

The Chicken Sizzler in Mole Sauce

Chocolate is something we all love, it is sweet, it is addictive and it amplifies every dessert. But have you ever heard of a savoury chocolate sauce. Sounds a little weird, sweet and savoury? Yet, chocolate makes one of the most decadent and rich sauces out there.

Used in sauce, chocolate makes for an aromatic, rich concoction which coats the chicken and your mouth in a sensory overload of flavours. The chicken sizzler in Mole (a type of rich brown chocolate sauce), at ‘Out of the Blue’ makes for a beautiful protein dish. They also give you an option to pick your desired side including a choice between an assortment of rice dishes, mashed potatoes or spaghetti and a pick of veggies.

We would highly recommend dipping your teeth into the decadent dish.

House Special Cracked Pepper Fondue

Made with a blend of exotic cheeses simmered in wine and flavoured with garlic, black pepper and nutmeg, the fondue is a wonderful concoction of flavours and aromas. Served with a side of crispy croutons and steamed veggies that are a perfect carrier for the cheese, this dish will take you as close to attaining food heaven as possible. Not only is the fondue a deliciously prepared dish, it is luxuriously silky and a must try for cheese lovers.

Dip your crouton in the cheesy mix and enjoy the beautiful flavours.

Knock Knock

‘Out of the Blue’ is a stunning restaurant and if you are an experimentalist or like to discover new things, this is the place to be at. If you live around Khar, the two dishes are something you should definitely try.

Location: Le Sutra Hotel, 14, Union Park, Off Carter Road, Khar West, Khar, Mumbai

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