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Best Restaurants in Mumbai

Mumbai is home to several up market restaurants that feature imperial décor, stylish settings, hygienic environment and a variety of cuisine to diners both from India and abroad. India Profile lists a number of best restaurants in Mumbai with details of their location, specialty and menu.

Mainland China

Location : Infinity Mall, Vashi, Andheri West, Saki Naka, Powai, Bandra, Haji Ali
Specialty : Chinese cuisine
Opening Hours : 12:30pm-3:30pm (lunch), 7pm-11:30pm (dinner)

The chefs at Mainland China bring you the ultimate taste of China with its traditional cuisine recreated to suite all modern day food lovers. This chain of restaurant has multiple outlets in the major cities in India and 7 in Mumbai. The best delicacies at Mainland China outlets in Mumbai are drunken chicken with steamed rice, crispy vegetables, sliced lamb with onion and fish served with Chinese parsley sauce. The menu also includes Shanghai spring rolls, grilled Shrimp and crab cakes and chicken rice pearls.


Location : ITC Maratha, Mumbai
Specialty : North West Frontier cuisine

Experience the rustic charm of the palaces of the Nawabs while you are served with sumptuous Peshawari dishes. A lavish starters menu here comprises kebabs and tandoor, soups and steaks. The clay tandoor oven at the end of the restaurant is where the dishes are prepared. You can also order for Indian and western grills both for lunch and dinner. Dal Bukhara is their signature dish.

Moti Mahal Deluxe

Location : Metrowalk Rohini
Specialty : Tandoor and Peshawari

This restaurant operates since 1920 and is one of the oldest dining venues in New Delhi. It is well known for its tandoor and Peshwari preparations. It has three franchisee restaurants situated in Greater Kailash, Charmswood Village and inside Hotel La Saphire. The original Moti Mahal is located at Rohini Metrowalk. A delectable range of menu here includes tandoori starters such as pudina chicken, Afghani chicken, chicken pakora and burra kebab. In main course makhani meals, you have both vegetable and non-vegetable thali. Fruit salad, mango lassi and gajar halwa form the main desserts.


L1ocation : Inter Continental Marine Drive
Specialty : Thai
Opening Hours : Lunch and dinner Time (IST)

From planning a date to family hangout, KOH is among the top choice for diners in Mumbai. This Thai restaurant is housed within InterContinental Marine Drive hotel. Explore the culinary skills of award winning Chef Ian Kittichai by ordering a Thai palate. Food here is prepared from fresh ingredients grown at the organic farms in Thailand. There is a carved cornet bar and the restaurant has neon lights fitted on the metallic ceiling. Chai Mai soup, rice cakes and coconut cheesecakes are its specialties.

Fifty Five East

Location : Grand Hyatt, Santa Cruz
Specialty : International cuisine (Japanese and Lebanese)
Opening Hours : 6am-10:30am (breakfast), 12:30pm-3pm (lunch), 7pm-12 midnight (dinner)

Fifty Five East is a restaurant at the 5 Grand Hyatt, Mumbai. This contemporary restaurant is popular among the locals and especially foreign tourists for its specialized Japanese, Thai and Lebanese dishes. The restaurant also serves Indian and Chinese. It has a large show or interactive kitchen with a buffet layout for breakfast, lunch and dinner.


Location : Mayfair Building, Church Gate
Specialty : Indian and Bakery

Started in 1950, Gaylord is for both young and old. The menu list here covers Indian, Continental and bakery items both in vegetarian and non-vegetarian categories. Creamy murg makhani is its non-vegetarian signature dish. There is an excellent dining area in the courtyard surrounded by a small garden.


Location : Mahatma Gandhi Road
Specialty : North West Frontier and Indian cuisine
Opening Hours: 12:30pm-4pm (lunch), 7:30pm-12 midnight (dinner)

It has been a favorite among Mumbai people for decades now. Kyber serves a range of Mughlai, Indian and kebab delicacies. Waiters dressed in traditional attire and the very ethnic décor gives you a glimpse of an Afghani palace. Kyber is well known for its North West Frontier cuisine of tandoor, kebabs, naan and roti that are cooked with variety of exotic sauces.

Indigo Deli, Lower Parel

Location : Palladium Mall
Specialty : Continental and American snacks

A great place to relax and dine even for the solo lunch goers, Indigo Deli is for all those who love the cheesy burgers, pizzas and other bread preparations. Jelly sandwiches and beef burgers are hot sellers. It is almost impossible to get a seat on weekends if you have called in advance. It is a hangout for office goers, school children and even youngsters for its laid-back and relaxing ambience.