Mumbai is always full of new places to dine with family and friends. But, even then, choosing a place to go is a challenge. Searching and reading reviews online for hours on end isn’t fun, is it? That’s why we decided to share with you our favorite restaurants that are upping the culinary game in the city. Whether it’s a quick drink with your co-worker or an elaborate dining experience with your date, we’ve rounded up the best restaurants worth visiting. Check it out:
Remember the popular saying that food is not just eating energy, but an experience? Well, Tresind seems to agree and offers a memorable progressive Indian dining experience. Hailing from Dubai, the award-winning restaurant has been the flagship of contemporary Indian cuisine since 2014. Tresind serves a delicious 14-course chef’s tasting menu featuring traditional dishes from across the country. Embracing various regional Indian culinary influences that have crept into the cuisine, the menu is sophisticated, imaginative and fun all at once. Our choice ? The khichdi which is seasoned lives on the table with an ingredient from each state of India.
Hailing from Dubai, Epitome opened doors at BKC, Mumbai amid the pandemic and quickly established itself as one of the best restaurants in the world.
offerings in the city. Located in the heart of Lower Parel, the all-day vegetarian restaurant that transforms into a stylish lounge at night, is known for its extensive cuisine, exquisite cocktails and range of desserts. The menu designed by Executive Chef, Prakash Joshi features innovative dishes like Avocado Tikka Masala, Avocado Pani Puri along with regulars like Pindi Chole, Veg Kheema Pav, etc.
Since opening in 2018, Foo has managed to impress everyone with its approach to Asian food, design and drink. With multiple outlets around town, the popular Asian tapas resto-bar has expanded with a new outpost in Andheri and we can all agree. The expansive restaurant offers indoor and outdoor dining, private cabanas, and a Japanese Zen garden. In addition to the usual dishes, the menu has some interesting new additions like the truffle dumplings, the Instagrammable dessert platter called Mount Fooji.
If you like to eat healthy, La Poz is the place for you. Housed in a colonial building in the heritage neighborhood of Kala Ghoda, this casual dining space is the latest to join the city’s growing tribe of vegetarian eateries. The space exudes quaint European charm with wrought iron and textured glass accents, pink and white marble porch floors, and plenty of plants to brighten up the space. The menu, curated by chef Gracian D’souza, is largely ingredient-driven with dishes such as organic buckwheat pancakes, plant-based burgers and a selection of small plates and feel-good desserts. . That’s not it, everything from eggless pasta to wood-fired pizza is homemade.
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