Chef's Recipe

Nishant Mitra

December, 2018
The Master Responds

This eclectic chef started his journey long back in 2004 from one of the most oldest and iconic names, ‘Leopold Café & bar, Colaba’. It was meant to make a mark in the food & hospitality industry. Having housed itself in Bandra’s heart 4 years ago, Eddie’s Bistro & Bar is the brainchild of its Head Chef & Partner, Nishant Mitra.

Deriving inspiration from his travels to various local restaurants at destinations like Spain, Italy & France, his forte is deconstructing a single ingredient into different dishes and recreating a sphere of whole new flavors.

One of the most distinct interpersonal qualities of the chef in today’s trend of all things healthy is thoroughly following the hygiene standards from receiving, processing, storing to serving food.

Nishant is also an entrepreneur; he is armed with multiple skills from handling construction, maintaining staff, menu purchase, and license issues etc. He feels having your own venture is a whole game of responsibility that he enjoys thoroughly.

Lapsi Tabbouleh

Ingredients -
  • Lapsi 1/3 cup (coarsely ground wheat from India)
  • Tomato 1/4 cup deseeded and chopped
  • Onion 1/8 cup chopped
  • Flat parsley 1 tbsp. chopped
  • Mint leaves 1 tbsp. chopped
  • Coriander leaves 1 tbsp. chopped

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