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List of good restaurants in Mumbai along with their address.



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Mumbai Restaurants

Mumbai RestaurantsExperiencing food at an upmarket restaurant in Mumbai will certainly provide you similar feel as any other place in the country. Mumbai is a city with multiple culture and lifestyle. You can taste the cuisine of almost every part of the world in a posh restaurant. Since a tour to a city would seem incomplete if one hasn't tasted the local food. If you want to treat yourself with the real flavours of Mumbai, experience the street food and Irani cafes. One must try Gujarati, Marathi and Kerala Thali in Mumbai. Great Indian, Chinese and Goan sea food can also be feasted upon here. The restaurants that provide you speciality food are mentioned below.

Sushi Cafe in Santa Cruz West is a restaurant that's a bit pricey. Here you get tempting, elusively seasoned lumps of white rice rolled with fresh fish and veggies. The sushi meal is surely a treat for the tongue to gorge upon.

Apurva located at the Horniman Circle gives you authentic Konkan sea food.

Bharat Excellensea at the Fort Road, next to the Horniman Circle is an upmarket restaurant that serves lip-smacking fish curries, surmai fry and lobsters. This one is indeed a pricey pick but guarantees a delight to the foodies.

Trishna and Mahesh Lunch Home at Kala Ghoda in Fort are other popular restaurants with both locals and tourists.

Another restaurant that has been recognised as the best Indian restaurant is Peshawari- ITC Hotels. With specialities like tandoori jhinga, the kebab platter, sikandari raan (leg of lamb), and mangoes with ice cream (during summers), this restaurant proves to be a pleasure to the north western food lovers. Other north western eateries are Kebab Corner in Hotel Intercontinental, Copper Chimney at Worli, Khyber at Kala Ghoda, and Kareem's in Malad West.

One can enjoy scrumptious international cuisine at various joints mentioned underneath:

Chinese
India Jones, (Hilton Towers Mumbai)
Mainland China (Saki Naka)
Ling's Pavillion (Colaba)
Golden Dragon (Taj Mahal Hotel)
Great Wall (Renaissance)
Spices (JW Marriott)
China Gate (Bandra)
China White (Bandra)
Royal China at VT

Oriental- East Asian food
India Jones (Hilton Towers Mumbai)
Pan Asian (Maratha Sheraton)
Seijo and Soul Dish (Bandra)
Joss (Kala Ghoda)

Japanese
Wasabi by Morimoto (Taj Mahal Hotel, Colaba)
Tiffin (The Oberoi)
Pan Asian (Maratha Sheraton)
India Jones (Hilton Towers Mumbai)
Spices (JW Marriott)
Origami (Atria Mall Worli)
Japengo Cafe (CR2 Mall in Nariman Point)
Tian cafe (Juhu)

Italian
Shatranj Nepoli (Bandra, Union Park)
Little Italy (Juhu next to Maneckji Cooper school)
Don Giovanni's (Juhu, opposite JW Marriott)
Mezzo Mezzo (JW Marriott)
Vetro (The Oberoi, Mumbai)
Celini (The Grand Hyatt)
Mangi Ferra (Juhu)
Taxi (Colaba)
Spaghetti Kitchen (Phoenix Mills, Parel)

Lebanese
The only restaurant in Mumbai that serves Lebanese Food is Picadilly, at Colaba Causeway, that is pretty reasonable too. A meal here costs about Rs.100 to Rs.200.

Parsi Food
Brittania (Ballard Estate)
Jimmy Boy (near Horniman Circle)

Mumbai has several international brand chains too, that would provide you the same quality food all over the world. Some of them are mentioned here:

Chili's at Central Avenue Road
Ruby Tuesday at Inorbit Mall, Malad (West); CR 2 Mall, Nariman Point; and Nirmal Lifestyle, Mulund West
T.G.I.F. at Palladium Mall, Lower Parel and Infiniti Mall, Andheri (West)
Other Western Brand fast food chains like McDonalds, Subway, Pizza Hut, Dominos, Kentucky Fried Chicken; are spread all over Mumbai.

In case, you are one who prefers regional Indian food, mentioned here are some restaurants that serve best of regional delicacies.

South Indian
Dakshin (Maratha Sheraton)
Woodlands (Juhu)

Bengali
Oh! Calcutta (Tardeo)

Kashmiri
Poush (Andheri)

Punjabi
Preetam's Dhaba (at Dadar(E))
Urban Tadka (Mulund)

Goan Cuisine
Casa Soul Fry (opposite Bombay University)

General Indian
Sheetal Bukhara (Bandra)
Great Punjab (Bandra)

The amazing eateries in Mumbai that serve vegetarian food from all over the world are:

Swati Snacks (Tardeo)
Little Italy (Juhu Tara Road, Andheri, Malad, Bandra, Marine Drive)
Statua (Nariman point)
Relish (Hotel Samrat- Churchgate)

Mumbai, a haven to Marathi community, has to have numerous restaurants that offer Authentic Marathi Cuisine to pacify your palate. Many of the restaurants mentioned below have arrangements for snacks as well as regular dining.

Gajali (Borivali East)
Malvan Kinara (Malad West)
Sindhudurg (Dadar West)



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