Trimming your holidays for a glorious visit to Mumbai? The reasons are obvious. The cluster of seven islands, Mumbai is best known for its mesmerized vast beaches, financial capital, the film city land and the most interesting for its spellbound cuisines & eateries. With tremendous fascinations adorned in this metro city one would never stop himself to pay a heartiest visit to Mumbai. Besides all these enigmatic features, Mumbai’s savoring delicacies stands first in everyone’s mind (better to say mouth).
It would really very tough for the food lovers to pump into the best outlets of edible services as right from the street foods to the high-end restaurants; the result is simply fantabulous to bring a salivary effect on you. You cannot restrict yourself without tasting the delicacies at different restaurants. So why waiting more? Check out the best luxury restaurants in Mumbai that can fill the mouth with great servings. Here are the best five restaurants where the savory dishes not only melt in your mouth but dwell deep inside your memory:
1. The Table, Colaba
The Table listed as top 50 restaurants in India and also voted for the “Best
European/ Global Cuisine” in the Times Good Food Awards, 2012 is a perfect gateway of multi-cuisines to be munched with streaming beverages. The restaurant is best recognized as the noteworthy newcomer where the guests can find the best wine list in Mumbai. The restaurant is a perfect reminiscent of a fancy jazz club decked with black and white floors, green velvet armchairs and sparkling armchairs. The kitchen is as impressive as the décor to bring different meal type including brunch, lunch, cocktails, high tea, dinner, dessert, wines & spirits.
2. Hakkasan and Yauatcha, Bandra
A fine dining sister restaurants located at the shores Bandra arrived straight away from
London bringing exclusive Chinese cuisines, silky soups and tremendous exotic spaces. Apparently being termed as contemporary dim sum tea house, Hakkasan and Yauatcha bring an all day grazing expereince. The Hakkasan is the traditional Chinese allure brining great dinning bots for you in a lush, dimly lit room and ginger martinis across a long blue bar. Then again, the Yauatcha Restaurant is quite younger and hipper to bring natural surrounding all around the vicinity to bring large dim sum menu and a selection of the best macaroons in Mumbai.
3. The Neel, Mahalaxmi Race Course
Literally means Indigo in Hindi, the Neel Restaurant is at Tote on the Turf at the Mahalaxmi Race Course and is the first Indian grill-cuisine restaurant from deGustibus Hospitality. After the series of successful European restaurants that started with the Indigo, Rahul Akerkar presented this high class restaurant with Indian touch by the name of “Neel” that opened its doors on July 30, 2011.
The restaurant is adorned with the fairyland interiors (slender white trees, twinkling lights) in a typical European pattern but on the other hand overcame the menu completely; since the restaurant scents with Nawabi cuisine from Hyderabad, Kashmir and Lucknow.
Hyderabadi fish and whole lambs make appearances, along with chicken tikka and biryani. As a complement, the dishes are being served with pineapple chutney, orange soup and even mildly spiced apple curry.
4. Pali Village Cafe, Bandra
One of the most quintessential and unique restaurant especially being thronged by the Mumbai celebrities, located next to Pali Naka. The restaurant brings an old bungalow feel with its wrought iron railings on the staircase, bare cement & brick walls, wooden furniture, floors with heritage tiles and an open dining space with rusted chairs. Even the walls have postcards and prints of old Bombay, Paris and London.
The menu is the combination of India and European delicacies to try Pepperoni and fig pizza, Pan Seared John Dory, Spinach and Ricotta Ravioli with roasted almond cream sauce, Grilled Australian Lamb Chops, Norwegian Cajun Salmon on Risotto and the Greek salad.
5. Ziya, Nariman Point
Among the handful of restaurants in Mumbai, Ziya is such an eatery that has created a lot of buzz even before its launching. Nestled in the Oberoi Hotel, Ziya is the second new restaurant that serves the contemporary Indian cuisine.
It is the most demanding restaurant in the area where the Indian delicacies are given the royal treatments for the modernized and luxurious Indian foodies by serving uttampam lasagna and tandoori chicken dosa. The express meal including soup, fritters, chicken or vegetarian dosa and dessert is its USP and is the most demanding meal for regular junkies.