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The salver at Opa! Bar & Cafe are replenished with scrumptious chow

Every street of Mumbai is bustling with an abundance of restaurants and cafes. No doubt the ambiance and the atmosphere of these places is enthralling,it is also the food that is of great interest.
Opa! Bar & Cafe heeds every criterion of an outstanding diner which makes it the best clime to explore. With an awe-inspiring interior representing the aroma of the Arabic Souk market, Opa! brings into the world the most fascinating place to go.
Divided into halves viz. Café and Bar, the eatery brings the divine of Mediterranean Cuisine while focusing on Middle Eastern Culture. While the drinks menu sticks to the amazing cocktails, traditional LITs, sangrias, shooters and a few classic drinks.
Amongst the must-try of Opa! there is an endless list of drool-worthy dishes. Opening with the vegetarian menu, the veg pita slider, three-cheese Manakish, truffle hummus are pure delight. The Opa! Middle Eastern Taco is a delicious blend of Mexican Taco with middle eastern spices.
The mouth-watering kebabs from the non-vegetarian section are a genuine delight. Joojeh Kebab, the Persian saffron marinated chicken is juicy and melts in the mouth. Besides, the Adana Kebab and Shish Taouk are also flavorful dainties. For some Turkish delight don’t hesitate to try the Chicken Doner.
They also serve the Tabbouleh and Couscous salad if you want some Mediterranean salads. The Shawarmas are the exquisite delight of the warp center at Opa!. Marinated chicken is rolled in pita bread with garlic aioli, greens and fries. This preparation is an ecstasy for any chicken lover.
The platter is always incomplete without desserts and Opa! comprehends this. It presents the best Arabian dessert Baklava. The crunchy dry fruits wrapped in sugared pastry sheets are served with a scoop of creamy rose ice cream is Opa’s! best.
When talking about the menu at Opa!, how can one not talk about the slobbering dishes that are customized according to the events and the festivals? From Turkish to Moroccan and Greek to Arabic, Opa! has the whole nine yards. Who doesn’t want to use up their precious evening here?

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