Mumbai has some amazing restaurants and canteens in the South Mumbai that are known for their trendy and out of the box food items. The city has a beautiful mix of both international and traditional mix of ideas that are reflected in their food items. If you are planning a trip to Mumbai then don’t forget to visit these places. These places are a real paradise for food lovers! Nowadays the younger generation visit places with not just good food but also restaurants with trendy and quirky interiors as well. These places sum up to be some of the greatest restaurants for youngsters in eastern suburbs of Mumbai.
Let us check out these places:
This newly opened restaurant offers some really out of the box dishes. The interiors resemble a heritage bungalow with stained glass windows. The uniqueness of this place lies in the fact that in the daytime,this place is a café while transforms itself into a bar at night. The cocktails are quite unique with a slight Indian Twist given to it. The mastermind behind this beautiful yet quirky restaurant is Top Chef Masters winner Floyd Cardoz. The restaurant opens from noon until 1 a.m.
This restaurant is an old classic place and is still one of the most flourishing standalone restaurants in Mumbai. This restaurant is credited with some unique achievements. Apparently this is the first restaurant to have an open bakery. The menu has both continental as well as Indian dishes on their menu. Some of their statement dishes are Lasooni fish tikka, butterchicken and Rogan Josh. The interior creates an old school ambience with outdoor garden patio. There is also a larger indoor air conditioned space. The restaurant is open daily from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30p.m.
Mahesh Lunch Home
This restaurant was founded in 1977 and is known for their classic seafood menu. This restaurant offers authentic Mangalorean food, similar in style to Trishna. The place is quite reasonable and thus convenient for those who are in budget. The restaurant hosts an annual Crab and Wine festival. They offer almost twenty five crab dishes in this festival. This place also has more space without any windows. This restaurant is open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The approx. cost for two people is around 1800 rupees.
Britannia &Co Restaurant
This place is quite old and was established in 1923. The owner sure does love the Royal Family and has several stories to share with his foreign and local customers. The interior is also quite a royal with Grand Renaissance style building. The architect is the same person behind Gateway of India. The cuisine is quite intriguing with blend of Parsi and Gujarati influences. The very famous berry pulao is made using the owner’s late wife’s secret recipe.
This place is one of the known restaurants in Maharashtra. The menu has food items that are inspired by the lesser known regions and communities of Maharashtra. The menu has more than two hundred food items! They offer both veg and non- vegetarian items. The menu aims to offer something beyond the conventional maharashtrian food items. At times the restaurant also has a section devoted to live folk music. This restaurant offers happy hours as well. They have quirky food items like the “Bheja Fry” as well and pan ice cream dessert. The restaurant is open daily from 12:30 p.m. until 4 p.m. and then again from 7 pm until midnight.
These restaurants are both top in their games in for their ambiance and their well experimented food items as well. These restaurants are highly recommended for people of all ages. All travel enthusiast and bloggers are advised to visit these restaurants.