Oh My Kebab Reviews and Ratings - Andheri West, Mumbai
by Sumit Bhasin
What started out as a very promising joint close to the taste of kebabs you get at Al Kauser in Delhi. Went only one way... Down.. The owners are some of the most nicest people though.. hope they get better chefs/cooks soon
by Archit Tandon
Kakori Kebab was undercooked
Good food. I ordered some dry items n tandoori roti. But they forgot to send roti. So i call n complained to them about roti. In no time they send me the roti with a complimentary desert (kheer) which was ok ok. But overall food is nice.
by Enn Eye
I'm not sure how many people would have cared to notice this quiet cosy place on the versova beach road. A shop or two away from Chaayos this place is ideal for those who are craving for some juicy kebabs after a nice stroll at the beach. Although the place is small with about four tables that can accommodate about 12 people or so, the menu is not even close to being limited. If you're a kebab lover, you'd know the variations of this delicacy and when you see some of those names on the menu, you can only say 'oh my kebab'. We ordered Paneer Gunnchhay - paneer stuffed with vegetables and grilled. Chakori kebab- delicious juicy chicken in coriander and chilly mix. Portions were big and the best part is, everything is actually made on the spot. This means you have to wait but it's totally worth it. Price? Value for money and the taste is so good, you'd wonder why other places charge more.. Chakori kebab- is definitely a repeat order next time and I'd also like to try their gilouti and chapli kebabs.
by Harshad Mishra
One of the few dependable places for good awadhi cuisine (I've only ever had non vegetarian, though). 1. I've found most places use the same base onion tomato masala for their dish which makes many dishes taste similar, but at Oh My Kebab each dish has it's own distinct flavour. 2. Everything I've ever had from Oh My Kebab has been impressive, and the place is very much great value for money. I very frequently order kebabs from here and have been rarely, if ever, disappointed. 3. One thing I really appreciate about Oh My Kebab is that the people taking orders know the food. I've been eating out for nearly a decade and a half but at most places (even those rated highly by zomato) only tell you two things about a dish - 1) colour of gravy & 2) mild, medium or very spicy. Oh My Kebab differentiates itself by giving you details of the ingredients in a dish and how it's prepared. In case the person on the phone does not know, they will sometimes have the chef answer your queries. I find this to be fantastic. Oh My Kebab is one of my "go to" places for great non-vegetarian food, and you should definitely try it, in sure you'll like too.