One of the oldest restaurants in Mumbai this place serves one of the best recipes since 1956; this is one of the earliest restaurants in the history of Indian hospitality that has an open-air bakery. Located in Veer Nirman road at church gate, it does the serving from 9:30 am till 11:30 at night. The restaurant is divided into the old world-class art of piece garden sitting and an indoor air-conditioned space, delicacies like Indian and continental both are served hot on your plate.
Indulge yourself in Indian cousins served with an English twist with this oldest molecular gastronomy restaurant. It has all from pav bhaji to sweet kulfi that is served in lab equipment like dishware and test tubes. Their famous kadhai paneer and veg kohlapuri are worth a try. Delicious food served with the innovative representation of the dishes and smoky ambiance is the attraction of the place.
With serving signature Iranian food this is the third generation business in hand now with same awesome taste. Their fish Patra, Iranian berry pulao and dhansak have found many admirers with likes of royal families and many Bollywood celebrities. You won’t believe that the food delivery of this pace goes up to London with people flying from Paris, Canada, London, and Malaysia to just taste the food here.
Want to explore the bhelpuri experience then head towards Chowpati directly. With thousands of stall lined along the Juhu beach is every foodie delight with tongue and taste buds both soaring high it is difficult to hold you back. But be prepared to tackle with the crowd on the weekend as the rushes peaks high after sunset to taste the special puffed rice served with sauces like tamarind tomatoes and onions. And yes its light on stomach and pocket too!
Located in Vile Parle east this place is paradise for the seafood lover. Famous for its local fish cousin like bombil served with pickle, it is famous among national and international food enthusiastic for authentic Maharashtra fish cousins.
Mumbai offers a variety of adventurous experience to calm down your inner desire for food, just hit on the road and fill up your stomach.