Mumbai – The Film City attracts a large number of tourists across the world. It is one of the most visited places in India. The city is the fourth most populous city of the world. Being a favourite tourist destination the city offers an enormous range of food across the city. There are a number of street vendors, Cafes, and good restaurants in Mumbai where people can enjoy the quality food of their choice. We have listed a few most crowded and most liked restaurants of the city here. Please do suggest us to add more of your choice.
The Table, Colaba
The Table is reminiscent of a fancy jazz club, complete with black-and-white floors, green velvet armchairs and sparkling cocktails. The Table has a high tea service and daily cocktail hours — when the drinks are wincingly expensive.
Hakkasan and Yauatcha, Bandra
These Michelin-starred sister restaurants from London arrived, bringing with them great dim sum, silky soups and sexy spaces. Hakkasan is the fancier of the two, offering diners whole Peking duck in a lush, dimly lit room and ginger martinis across a long blue bar. Yauatcha is younger and hipper, with wide windows letting in natural light, a larger dim sum menu (try grilled Shanghai dumplings and duck rolls) and a selection of the best macaroons in Mumbai.
Smoke House Deli, Lower Parel
Smoke House Deli has to be one of Mumbai’s cheeriest, brightest, prettiest places to eat. Once you’re done marveling at the sketches, turn your attention to the predominantly salad-and-sandwich deli menu including grape and brie salad, soft scrambled eggs folded into a warm croissant and a burly beef burger.
Neel, Mahalaxmi Race Course
Opened in place of Tote on the turf at the Mahalaxmi Race Course, Neel retains the fairyland interiors (slender white trees, twinkling lights) of its predecessor, but overhauls the menu completely, focusing on Nawabi cuisine from Hyderabad, Kashmir and Lucknow. Hyderabadi fish and whole lambs make appearances, along with chicken tikka and biryani.
Suzette, Nariman Point
One of the few dining options in Mumbai’s corporate district, it is also crazy busy for lunch, so we suggest you visit during off-hours or prepare to wait. Unfortunately Suzette serves no alcohol, but comfort yourself with Mariage Frères tea, fresh fruit smoothies or rich hot chocolate.
Le Mill Café, Wadi Bunder
Redolent with smells from freshly brewed coffee and the fancy flower stand next door, Le Mill Café is a good place to rest your feet, serves a refreshing lamb and pomegranate salad, an airy spinach gnocchi, juicy chicken pesto subs and a range of tea and coffee.
Le Pain Quotidien, Colaba
The popular Belgian bakery invites Mumbai to its communal table, visit for lunch and feast on tartines topped with ricotta and asparagus or red bean and hummus, best washed down with a glass of yummy sangria, or pick from the pastry counter showcasing baguette spears, creamy éclairs, flaky chocolate croissants and our favorite — a warm brioche.
Café by the Beach, Chowpatty
With the sand at your feet and the sun in your eyes, you can spend a cozy lunch here made of juicy tomato and mozzarella wraps and open-faced sandwiches, while slurping on a thick chocolate milkshake. It is built on public property, Café by the Beach cannot run a fully fledged kitchen or serve alcohol.
Amadeus, Nariman Point
Amadeus is a full-sized restaurant specializing in Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine. Remember to order a portion of cocas, flat breads topped with Serrano ham and ash chevre, along with spiced garlic prawns and meaty paella; end with outrageously sinful chocolate soufflé.
Silver Beach Café, Juhu
Silver Beach Café makes the most of its surroundings with floor-to-ceiling windows that make the quaint, quiet street part of the decor.Add to this a wooden ceiling, pretty hanging lights, spindly chairs and you have the perfect spot for a cozy dinner. From the menu we recommend Moroccan kebabs doused in plummy sauce, wafer-thin pizzas and a dense hazelnut gateau.