Mumbai Restaurants

Mumbai Restaurants

Eating out in Mumbai is fun, since the city has innumerable restaurants. Check out restaurants in Bombay, Maharashtra.
Climate: Humid
Summer temperature:
Minimum: 25°C, Maximum: 35°C
Winter temperature:
Minimum: 15°C, Maximum: 25°C
Annual Rainfall: 2,200 mm

Mumbai, formerly called Bombay, is just right place to have food from the cuisines around the world. The dream city of India has innumerable restaurants, which specialize in one or the other cuisine. Here you can savor the scrumptious dishes, while sitting in splurge resto-bars or fine restaurants. Mumbaikars lead a fast-paced life, so the city has its own range of fast-food. Most of the local dishes are tangy and spicy, but amazingly delectable.

In case you are thinking what to eat, then here is the answer. Try 'Pani-puri', the water balls of India, which are famous throughout the world. You must also not avoid 'bhel-puri', a peppery and flavorful snack made of puffed rice. 'Vada-pav' is another snack that is usually referred as Indian burger, is worth a try. The idea of enjoying 'bhel-puri' and 'pani-puri' at Chowpatty Beach, while observing the waves of the sea, really sets one on fire.

In the Island City, you can relish a wide variety of Indian cuisines, such as Kashmiri, Mughlai, Parsi, Sindhi, Hyderabadi, Bengali, Rajasthani, Gujarati, Udipi, Konkani, Goan, etc. Varying from Chinese to Continental, Thai to Japanese, Russian to Italian, Eat-outs in Mumbai are host to almost all the cuisines. Due to its propinquity to the sea, the nation's commercial capital has excellent sea-food to dole out with a combination of coconut.

Shrikhand and Chikki are the famous sweet-dishes of Maharashtra, worth-trying. Like most of the parts of the country, here too, you can find 'thali' (Indian platter) that is equal to the complete diet of a person. This 'thali' could be arranged from different Indian cuisines like Mughlai, Punjabi, Gujarati, Rajasthani, South-Indian etc. It is mostly available with mid-range restaurants at lunch as well as dinner timings.

Eating Out in Mumbai is real fun, given the fact that there are ample of restaurants, road side food stalls, bars, pubs, coffee shops & fast food joints in the city. Numerous international food chains, like Nirulas, Mc Donalds, Subway, Pizza Hut, Domino's, etc, also have their outlets in the city. Mumbai has restaurants in five star hotels, malls, shopping places, markets, near colleges, business complexes and institutions and in fact, at every nook and corner.


Sea Food
  • Mahesh Lunch Home
  • Trishna
  • Apurva
  • Bharat Excellensea
  • Don Giovanni's
  • Mezzo Mezzo
  • Vetro (The Oberoi Hotel)
  • Celini (The Grand Hyatt)
  • Mangi Ferra
  • Taxi
  • Spaghetti Kitchen
North Western
  • Peshawari (Maratha Sheraton)
  • Kandahar (The Oberoi Hotel)
  • Kebab Corner (Hotel Intercontinental)
  • Copper Chimney
  • Khyber
  • Kareem's Malad
Regional Indian
  • Dakshin (Maratha Sheraton)
  • Woodlands
  • Oh! Calcutta
  • Poush
  • Preetam's Dhaba
  • Urban Tadka
  • Chetana
  • Thacker's
  • Rajdhani
  • Casa Soul Fry
  • Brittania
  • Jimmy Boy
  • Sheetal Bukhara
  • Great Punjab
  • Swati Snacks
  • Little Italy
  • New Yorkers
  • Creame Center
  • Statua
  • Relish (Hotel Samrat)
Sea Food
  • India Jones
  • Mainland China
  • Ming's Pavillion
  • Golden Dragon (Taj Mahal Hotel)
  • Great Wall (Renaissance)
  • Spices (JW Marriott)
  • China Gate
  • China White
  • Royal China
  • Wasabi by Morimoto (Taj Mahal Hotel)
  • Tiffin (The Oberoi Hotel)
  • Pan Asian (Maratha Sheraton)
  • India Jones
  • Spices (JW Marriott)
  • Origami (Atria Mall)
  • Japengo Café (CR2 Mall)
  • Tetsuma
Combination Oriental
  • India Jones
  • Pan Asian (Maratha Sheraton)
  • Seijo and Soul Dish
  • Jos
  • Olive
  • Rain
  • Indigo
  • Cafe Leopold
  • Cafe Mondegar
  • Mocha
Coffee Shops
  • Trattoria (Taj President)
  • Frangipani
  • Vista (Taj Land's End)
  • Hornby's Pavilion (ITC Grand Central)
  • Lotus Cafe (JW Marriott)