At the Leela Kempinski, the restaurant boasts of the ﬂavors of Indian cuisine. Right from the dishes of the northern india to the south, and form the western region to the east, the food is served with impeccable skill.
Leela Kempinski Hotel, Sahar, Mumbai 400059
MASALA KRAFT RESTAURANT
At the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, Masala Kraft is contrived by head chef Hemant Oberoi. The cooking is a mixture of Masala techniques balanced with an authentic craft of dining rites.
Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, Apollo Bunder, Mumbai 400001
MAHESH LUNCH HOME
The restaurant has Mangalorean cuisine that incorporates seafood specialties. Mashesh Lunch Home is famous mostly for its business lunches but is a good spot for excellent evening dining too.
8-b, Cawasji Patel Street, Mumbai 400001
VIE DECK AND LOUNGE
Located on Juhu Beach, the eatery symbolises the high life of Mumbai and offers more of a Mediterranean and Middle Eastern styles. It has an outdoor deck with large white canopy and serves an assortment of range of exotic spirits.
102, Juhu Tara Road,
Santa Cruz (w),
Housed in a colonial-style bungalow, it is considered one of the world's best restaurants. It was opened way back in 1999 by Rahul and Malini Akerkar, and has won several awards and praise nationally as well as internationally. The bungalow is quite airy and is partitioned into different dining areas.
Mumbai 400 034
Around 23 years old restaurant in Worli, Mumbai; Copper Chimney is well known for delicious kebabs. Reshmi Kebab (chicken), Jhinga Nisha (prawn) and Tandoori Prawn Kebabs, are some of the mouth watering delicacies served here.
12-A, Lotus Court, Dr Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai
This rooftop eatery at the Intercontinental Hotel in Marine Drive, Churchgate offers beautiful view breathtaking views of the Arabian Sea and Marine Drive. Contact Details:
The Hotel Intercontinental
135 Marine Drive,
THE SALTWATER GRILL
Located at Girgaum Chowpatty, it is surrounded by palm trees and overlooks the Arabian Sea within your reach. The décor includes hammocks, white sand and twinkling lights.
H20 Water Sports Complex, Chowpatty, Mumbai
OLIVE BAR & KITCHEN
Located in the western suburb of Khar, this food joint has a pebbled, leafy courtyard and is often visited by one or the other Bollywood star.
Pali Hill Tourist Hotel, 14,
Union Park, Khar (West), Mumbai 400052
Headed by Michelin-starred Chef Vineet Bhatia, Ziya is located on the ﬁrst ﬂoor of the Oberoi Hotel, Marine Drive.
The Oberoi, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021
Colaba Causeway, Bhagat Singh Road, Next To Regal Cinema, Mumbai
Metro House, 5-A Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, Colaba, Mumbai
HARD ROCK CAFÉ
BDMC Compound, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Worli, Mumbai
JIMMY BOY CAFE
Vikas Building, Bank Street Fort, Mumbai 400023
Hiranandani Gardens, 103 Ventura Park, IT Building, Powai, Mumbai
LEMON GRASS RESTOBAR
Palm Spring Mall, 106, 1st Floor, Next to D-Mart Store, Link Road, Malad West, Mumbai
Shop No 403, Ground Floor, Om Palace, Dr Ambedkar Road, Pali Naka, Khar West, Mumbai
THE BLUE FROG
Mathuradas Mills Compound, Opposite Kamala Mills, Compound, Lower Parel, Mumbai
Ground Floor, Nichani Kutir, Juhu Tara Road, Juhu, Mumbai
AROMAS OF CHINA
Crystal Paradise - The Mall, Plot No. 30, Shah Industrial Estate, Andheri West, Mumbai
Shalimar Morya Park,
Ground and ﬁrst ﬂoor,
Off New Link Roa, Andheri West
Before Pick2move gives you a list of hygienic Mumbai street food eat-outs, let's give you the names of the famous street foods that you can indulge your taste buds in. These are the delicacies that you can savor at all the local street food joints, Vada Pao, Batata Vada, Nutri Crispy Chat, Sabudana Vada, Crunchy Poha With Peanuts, Kanda Bhajia, , Khandvi, Bhel Puri, Paneer Pakoda, Dhokla, Samosa, Kachhi Dabheli, Masala Pao, Pao Bhaji, Golas and also some South Indian food items like Dosas, Idlis, and Medu Vada. You can ﬁnd at least some of these foods at almost all the beaches complete with the 'cutting-chai' or 'special chai' as you may want to sip. (The city's Irani restaurants are also famous for their characteristic teas, ideally ordered in combination with bun maska, especially for breakfast.)
Some of the well known street food joints are Bade Miyaan in Colaba near the gateway of India, situated in the backstreets of the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower. It opens at around 7 in the evening till the wee hours of the morning. Though they serve both veg and non-veg Mughlai food but their non-veg food is more sought after. A sidewalk cart is all there is to this food joint from where delicious food is served. You can ﬁnd BMWs and Limousines too parked around it and food is served to you either in your car on or tables arranged around the stall. The other joints include Kailash Parbat,-Colaba Causeway, Frankies-Colaba Causeway, Khau Gully off M Karve Road-Churchgate, the Jumbo King outlets spread across city, and Mohammed Ali Road eateries (especially during the Holy month of Ramdan).