Food & Drinks
They do grilled chicken, pork and seafood-centric dishes, which you can pair up with a glass of their homemade Virgin Mojito.
The Grilled Chicken Whole Leg (Rs. 450) was served with a few halves of toasted bread, a helping of crispy French Fries, and a side salad. Considering the quality and quantity at play, it's a fair deal.
The chicken had a good crisp to its outside, while the inner layers were fall-off-the-bone soft and juicy. They had kept the seasoning to a minimum, with salt, pepper and a sweet sauce, which blended well with the flavour of the meat. A little bit of smokiness would have made it better though.
For Rs. 850, Grill Hut offers two sizable slices of Grilled Seer, French Fries, toasted bread, and a side salad. The fish was fresh, well-spiced up, and the grill was on point. Add a splash of lime for an extra flavour kick.
We actually ordered a Grilled Pork Submarine, but unfortunately, ended up with a Chicken Submarine (Rs. 450) due to a muddle up in the kitchen.
It's a hefty sub. We spotted a whole heap of elements here, including a generous amount of shredded chicken, lettuce, tomato, cheese, cucumber, and sauce etc. The flavour profile mingled between sweet and sour notes, and there was a lot of meatiness to boot.
As for the bread, it was soft, and managed to hold its state well without falling apart.
While the Passion fruit Mojito (Rs. 350) was a tad sour for our liking, we quite enjoyed its refreshing quality.
Ambience & Service
Located down Madiwela Road, it's a small spot, with wooden furniture laid out in front of the kitchen. They've placed them in a manner that can fit about 8 people at a time.
The staff was helpful and accommodating. It was almost full when we visited, but the hostess quickly arranged a table and chairs for us.
If you're craving for some good grilled meats/seafood without having to drill a hole in your wallet, this is a safe bet.