Following the continued success of the award-winning Butterfly High resto-bar in Mumbai, 2018, this popular social networking restaurant is set to open its second outlet in the heart of Thane. This 3,500 square foot all day restaurant is the brainchild of Nikita Poojari & Mr. Narayan Poojari, the owner of Shiv Sagar food and resort Pvt. Ltd., and managing partners: Dhaval Udeshi, Pawan Shahri and Nikhil Rochlani. This cosmopolitan hangout is ready to bring its intriguing blend of modern Indian cuisine, its endless portfolio of cocktails, and the quirky interiors of its BKC outlet, with an exclusive menu just for Thane.
The interiors of this thousand-year-old mansion are a living embodiment of funky, contemporary ambiences with cozy and comfortable seating. Entering this restaurant-bar gives the impression of entering a colorful cornucopia full of nature. For those Instagram-worthy photos, there is plenty of natural and ambient lighting to capture your happy moments. Four sections make up the entire space; The living room, the main dining room, the high tables and the private dining room. The private dining rooms are perfect for hosting one-on-one meetings and corporate lunches. You can get comfortable with your favorite book or chat with your tribe in the living room and devour several dishes of your favorite dishes in the main dining room. The space also includes comfortable tall dining table seats perfect for a romantic night out with that special someone.
Commenting on the launch, owner Nikita Poojari said: “We are delighted to announce the opening of Butterfly High in Thane. We think Thane needed a space where people could dine, work and party in one place. We wanted to create a space that has a little something for everyone in Thane. “
In addition to their most popular BKC dishes, they have added an exquisite portfolio of delicacies that include the savory and succulent Chicken Kolhapuri Tamda Rassa, an intriguing cultural fusion of Soft Dosa Tacos, Kolhapuri Fried Crumb Bao and the all-time favorite. Kotambhir Vadi.