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A Colaba institution, this convivial pub and restaurant has been pulling in the punters since the 1970s, when Goan cartoonist Mario Miranda painted the colourful murals on the walls.
This long-established restaurant has returned to its original location at Kemps Corner and the regulars have come with it. The menu features dishes from Japan and Southeast Asia as well as Hong Kong and mainland China.
Reached through a blue-tiled Chinese gateway, China Gate is a handy option for shoppers on nearby Linking Road. Dishes from mainland China and Hong Kong are skilfully prepared, and the barbecued ribs are a treat.
Decked out with paintings of Burmese monks, this bright, upbeat restaurant is phenomenally popular with families, particularly at weekends. The vegetarian menu takes in dishes from around the world.
This grand Chinese restaurant at the Taj Mahal Palace was the first place in India to serve fiery Szechuan dishes from south-west China. Today, it still wins plaudits for the complex flavours of its Chinese and Cantonese cuisine.
Style is the watchword at this elegant Chinese eatery close to the Apollo Punder. The design sensibility extends even to the crockery and cutlery. Favourite dishes include steamed grouper with ginger and duck pancakes.
Cuisines from across Asia are celebrated at this elegant and sophisticated restaurant at the Hilton Towers in Nariman Point. This is hotel dining at its most refined, and the setting — in a modernist dining room full of Chinese calligraphy and Asian artifacts — is perfect for a business lunch or dinner.
Leopold is crowded nightly with visitors from across the globe. The large open-plan dining room is an atmospheric place to enjoy Chinese, Indian and continental food.
This atmospheric Chinese restaurant attracts lots of Chinese expats and visiting businessmen — always a good sign. The dining room conjures up the mood of mainland China with a huge three-dimensional mural and an artificial cloud-filled sky overhead.
One of four world-class restaurants at the ITC Grand Maratha, Pan-Asian cooks up the finest dishes from Japan, Thailand, China, and Korea. This is Asian dining at its most stylish, attracting gourmets from across the city.