Pot de Fusion, Mumbai

When Sun Tzu was writing the ‘Art of War’ more than 2500 years ago somewhere in the sixth century BC he would not have know that it would be adopted as one of the best books by the business world. The Art of war speaks of targeting the less sort and make a far stretched impact on the target. The modern day terminology used for this phenomenon is ‘specialization’ and there you see Pot de Fusion with their impeccable food delivery service.

At your doorstep!
They have redefined delivery services to cover a very broad area with a single kitchen setup. They have a large menu with Indian, Pan Asian, Continental, Italian, Rolls etc. to choose from. They even have a little mocktail, beverages and desserts menu. Pot de Fusion deliver to Powai, JVLR, Sakinaka, Andheri, Goregaon, Malad & Kandivali. They service all week long from 7pm to 4am. If you are in these localities your late night hunger calls now have a lipsmacking answer. Order from their app, website, call or zomato.

On a lazy Sunday evening while we did not want to cook at home but craved some good food Pot de Fusion occurred to us. Ordered for Veg Tandoori Khazana (Platter), Paneer Tikka masala, Kolhapuri Subz Bahar, Atte di tandoori roti, Allo Kulcha, Makhani Dhaba daal, Paneer Tikka Biryani & Gajar ka Halwa. Oh yes! We have an appetite.


For the love of food!
The Veg Tandoori Khazana was a platter that easily serves 4-5 people with 20 pcs of assorted veg tandoori items. The platter comprised of paneer, baby corn, potato, mashroom and cardamom flavoured tandoor cooked rolls served with green chutney. Everything, quote me, everything was delicious and we couldn’t let even one bite of this dish pass.


Paneer Tikka masala was good in flavour and taste but the panner (after some amazing paneer experiences we have had in the past) had some scope of improvement. Not taking away anything from the dish we could surely order it again.


Kolhapuri Subz Bahar as the name is indicative was a spicy mix veg curry very strongly flavoured with curry leaves. We just fell for the flavour of this dish. Nice try!


Atte di tandoori roti was fresh wheat flour rotis cooked in a tandoor. Absolutely non-chewy and soft unlike most other places delivering to your doorstep.


Aloo Kulcha was very heavy and just 2 of them could suffice at least 3 people without any other bread. Lightly spiced and flavoured aloo masala made the kulcha good to eat by itself and even with the curries. The back and white sesame seeds and coriander on top make it drool worthy.


Makhani Dhaba daal was black daal with not a very thick texture. It was more sweetened that any other Kaali daal we have had. It did not serve the best accompaniment with the biryani and we had mixed feelings about the dish. Would not write it down as it tasted decent just by itself.


Paneer Tikka Biryani was the surprise. We were quite skeptical before ordering the biryani, as there are many typically biryani centric places as options but this one was amazing and it completely satisfied our gluttonous want of a good biryani. It might look bland atop but as you get your hands onto the masala below there is not turning back. This is a must try.


Sweet Tooth!
Gajar ka Halwa, a seasonal dessert with them was one of the best Gajar halwa we have had (leaving aside our Mom’s gajar halwa). If you get a change, do not miss this one.


How may I help you?
With the wholesome quantities and fine taste they serve, we recommend them for dinner. Just be sure to order a little in advance in the 7-11pm bracket because with the large area coverage and evening traffic there might little they could do to get past it quickly. I am sure post 11 they have speedy deliveries (haven’t ordered in the late hours so no first hand experience)

Hawk eye view!
Like a glutton once said, good food has no substitute. Try them!

Service: 4/5
Food: 4/5
Value for money: 4/5
Overall: 4/5

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