Best Restaurants in Mumbai

Melting pot of cultures, Mumbai is always buzzing and ready to go. It is home to some of the best restaurants the country has to offer. If you are planning to visit Mumbai in 2017, don’t forget to enjoy and experience these amazing eateries. These are the Top 10 restaurants in Mumbai that each has something special to offer. Read on to find out the specialities.

1. Wasabi by Morimoto 

The best Japanese fusion restaurant in Mumbai

Where: The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai

Speciality: Wasabi by Morimoto draws inspiration from China, Korea and is one of the best Japanese restaurants in the India. The restaurant has a serene and soothing ambience with ebony wood panelling and traditional Japanese walls with a stunning motif of drifting cherry blossoms.

Must order: Tempura Shrimp, Fish, Sea Food, Guacamole pani-puri, Rice wine and crab samosas

Meal for two: ₹12,000 for two people (approx.) VAT & service charges extra

Contact of Taj Mahal Palace & Tower: 66653366

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wasabi-By-Morimoto-Taj-Mahal-Hotel/240510819337805

Website: https://taj.tajhotels.com/en-in/taj-mahal-palace-mumbai/restaurants/wasabi-by-morimoto-restaurant/  

2. Indigo

Indigo is famous for its European and continental food that is fresh and zesty.

Where: 4, Mandlik Road, Colaba, near Kalajot Hospital.

Speciality: Indigo is a fine dining restaurant that serves excellent classic fair with a twist. The presentation of each dish is unique. Indigo is famous for its ambience where the waiters have been known to speak to every customer by asking their name and preferences.

Must order: Fresh mozzarella and summer vegetables tart, and Pan seared poppy crusted, scallops, Belgian Chocolate Dome

Meal for two: Rs. 4000 (approx.)

Contact of Indigo : 6636 8981.

Fb: https://www.facebook.com/IndigoColaba/

Webpage: http://foodindigo.com/mumbai/

3. Dome- Intercontinental

With a spectacular view of the Marine drive this restaurant is perfect for open air dining

Where: Hotel InterContinental, 135 E Road, Churchgate.

Speciality: The DOME is an rooftop restaurant on the 8th floor of Intercontinental at marine drive. Its USP is the stunning view of the Arabian Sea and and the stunning sight of the setting sun right in front of you whilst you sitting on a comfy sofa and slurping something soothing. The restaurant opens up in the evening and the railing seats are the first ones to get occupied. The place spells romance with candles placed on every table that is lit right after sunset.

Must order: Nothing particular

Meal for two: Rs. 3,500 with alcohol

Contact Dome at Intercontinental: 239879999

Social: https://www.facebook.com/InterContinentalMarineDrive/

4. Olive Bar & Kitchen

Go here for the best Mediterranean, Italian and European food in Mumbai.

Where: 14, Below Pali Hill Tourist Hotel, Union Park, Khar, Mumbai

Speciality: The restaurant looks very inviting with twinkling fairy lights lit at night. The Olive Bar & Kitchen is one of those places that looks fantastic whether day or night. During the day the Olive Bar & Kitchen has an inviting white ambience that looks cool when the sun is blazing outside. At night the place looks inviting because the lights change the very feel of the place. As an added bonus the food surpasses the ambience. The cuisine is European and comes along with an extensive wine menu. Munch on special some of the best mediterranean food here.

Must order: Spaghetti carbonara and jerked chicken, Alaskan scallops

Meal for two: Rs. 3500 with alcohol

Contact for Olive Bar & Kitchen: 33956121 & 4085 9596

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OliveBarAndKitchen/

Visit their Website: http://www.olivebarandkitchen.com/

5. The Lotus Cafe

This place is amazing for its luxurious feel. You may chance upon a famous actor or two if you are here on weekends.

Where: Juhu Tara Road, JW Marriott

Speciality: The Sunday brunches here are to die for. They have an array of dishes that has something surprising and inviting for every palate and very tastebud. Often on weekends they have live music and the view of fresh lawns and sparkling waters makes one feel like they are in the lap of luxury. Plus, being located in Juhu – so close to the glitterati of Mumbai’s cine world is an amazing. Don’t be surprised if you see Shahid Kapoor or his ex Kareena Kapoor Khan sitting here. Celebrities are regulars here who drop in for a relaxed time away from the paps.

Must have: Dim sum, asian cuisine. (The menu is massive)

Meal for two: Rs. 3500

Contact The Lotus Cafe: 6693 3276

Fb: https://www.facebook.com/SpringfieldLotusCafe/

Website: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bomjw-jw-marriott-mumbai-juhu/

6. Slink and Bardot

This place is new and is a raging favourite amongst youngsters

Where: 329/A, Thadani House, Opposite Indian Coast Guard, Worli Village, Worli.

Speciality: French cuisine. As the name suggests this is a place you can eat all the things you have probably only seen in Masterchef on TV! Slink and Bardot is perfect when you want that ‘adulting’ date night and have a baby sitter at home. The french cuisine is well crafted to suit Indian taste buds and the presentation of each of their dishes is world class.

Must have: Potato dauphinoise, Scallops, Buffalo cheek

Meal for two: Rs.3000

Contact for Slink and Bardot: 60028555

Social: https://www.facebook.com/slinkandbardot/

7. Kofuku

The best Japanese food in Mumbai

Where: 6th Floor, Suburbia Mall, Linking Road, Bandra.

Speciality: Chic and classy, this place has a great decor. It is located in the queen of suburbia- Bandra and boasts of some amazing Japanese food. While some complain that the dishes are slightly overpriced, the ambience and the freshness of the food totally makes up for the slight up in the final bill. Dont miss this if you like you seafood done just right!

Must have: Sushi Platter, Veg Sushi, Kakuni Pork, California Roll

Meal for two: Rs. 2300

Contact for Kofuku: 6710 1101 & 30151018

Fb: https://www.facebook.com/kofukujapanese/

8. The Bombay Canteen

Go here for multiregional Indian food in a fun contemporary setting.

Where: SB Road, Process House, Kamala Mills, Lower Parel.

Speciality: The food is fun and intelligent. The mixing of simple Indian flavours and favourites with a urban contemporary tadka makes this a must visit. The menu is rife with items that’ll make you laugh. Like they have Horlicks and Badam Kulfi that has (crispy poha, chocolate foo-tine, almond meringue biscuit, caramelized almond! This dish is an exception to the menu that has a canteen-like feel to it.

Must have: Pindi chole with Thepla(Tacos) and Pav Bhaji, Goli soda.

Meal for two: Rs. 2000

Contact for The Bombay Canteen: 4966 6666

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheBombayCanteen/

website: http://thebombaycanteen.com/

9. The Tasting Room

Lovely place to unwind with old friends.

Where: 1st Floor, Good Earth, Raghuvanshi Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel

Speciality: The old style classic decor with double height ceiling gives this place a roomy feel in congested Mumbai. Most people come here for the ambience and decor of the place.

Must have: Chocolate Tart, Carrot Cake, Sangria, Bellini, Breads, Chicken Breast, Mushroom Soup

Meal for two: Rs. 1800

Contact for The Tasting Room: 65285284      

Fb: https://www.facebook.com/TRRestaurant/

10. Romano

The best place to have awesome Italian foods.

Where: W Marriott Mumbai Sahar, IA Project Road, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Sahar, Chakala.

Speciality: Classic Italian fare. Very kid friendly.

Must haves: Thin crust pizzas, Mocktails

Meal for two: Rs. 4000

Contact for Romano’s: 33956233    

Social: https://www.facebook.com/JWSahar?ref=hl

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