Plural’s menu was conceptualized by Shah. Speaking of the food menu, he says: “The plural is the manifestation of a childhood dream that turns into reality. It was the culmination of my travels that I wanted to take home to create a unique Southeast Asian dining experience, applied in the local context. We aim to support local and local vendors by offering them sponsorship and strive to integrate sustainability into our operations, from the kitchen to the bar. I am thrilled with this launch and really look forward to giving the people of Mumbai the joy of enjoying innovative South East Asian cuisine. “
Plural’s inventive menu is divided into salads and soups, small plates, staples, large plates and desserts. We started our meal with the fresh summer rolls, which are served with the restaurant’s homemade Nuoc Cham Dip (Vietnamese sauce) sweet and sour dip, followed by seared Brussels sprouts mixed with two fiery homemade Nam Phrik sauces (Thai chili pepper). spicy sauce) and Nam Jim (salty, sweet and sour Thai sauce), the Pomelo Salad composed of grapefruit, pink radish, tender coconut, dead onion, crushed peanut and miso soy vinaigrette, and the Deconstructed Salad composed of vermicelli, flower banana, avocado, pineapple chunk relish, pepitas, sesame rice crackers and smoked citrus oil.