Restaurants in Mumbai
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Mumbai serves its residents with a variety of cuisine, be it Chinese, Thai, Italian or Mughlai. The restaurants in the city have something that will appeal to every palate.
 
The fine dining scene in the city includes many world renowned restaurants like NYC's Serafina, KA Hospitality's Hakkasan, Yauatcha and Otto Infinito among others. If you wish to grab a bite of Spain, head to Poco Loco, a tapas bar located in bandra. Indulge in arrange of hot and cold tapas, salads, entrees and international wines. If your taste buds are craving for some Japanese cuisine, check out Kofuku that serves traditional Japanese cuisine with a twist. Headed by a Japanese chef, expect different types of sushi, ramen, sashimi and saki.

Spend an evening sipping exotic cocktails at the Beachcomber Lounge in Juhu as you divulge into yummy kebabs. The lounge also has an Indian and continental menu of snacks. If you are looking for options for a Sunday brunch, head to the all-day café The Pantry in Kala Ghoda. Cocooned in the heart of Mumbai's art district, the café sources ingredients from different parts of the city. Their menu features salads, sandwiches, quiches, fresh juices and mains along with breads and pastries.
 
Dine while you gaze at the skyline of Mumbai at Dome where you can enjoy a splendid view of Queen's Necklace. Apicius is another option to look at. Although it has an enclosed restaurant space, it is also equipped with an open air bar space.

Break your fast like a king at Café Zoe in Lower Parel and relish simple European cuisine sans Indianised essences or head to Suezette to get savoury crepes, fresh juice combinations, homemade granolas and organic tea.

For desserts, you don't want to miss out on Theobrama or the delicious donuts available at Mad Over Donuts.

If you wish to experience the true taste of local cuisine, dive into a culinary adventure that can be found in places like Khao Ghali, Juhu Chowpatty Beach and Elco. If you like spiced "chatpata" dishes such as Vada pav, Pani puri, Bhajiyas, Masala Dosa, Idli S?mbhar or Bhel Puri, then there are plenty of local restaurants in Mumbai that serve these dishes.  From Samosas to vegetable toast sandwiches and everything in between, Mumbai has it all.








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