Restaurants in Mumbai that we all eat this month
The locking elevator through cities in India has led to new restaurant openings. And a city that has seen a sudden increase in new openings in Mumbai. Thanks to the ease of the restrictions, the city once again welcomes foodies to indulge in delicious food and a great atmosphere. Here are all of the new Mumbai restaurants we dine at this month.
Best new restaurants in Mumbai 2021 –
Mumbai’s popular social networking resto-bar, Butterfly High, is back with its second outlet in Thane, and we love its millennial vibe. With contemporary and cozy Instagram-worthy interiors, this place is poised to become our favorite watering hole – the best one for enjoying awesome cocktails. Muay The Boxing, Hawaiian Pineapple, Old Fashion Roast and Gin on a Cycle are just a few of their menu that will complement your tasty fusion meal here.
Takeover bid Kipos
Traveling Greece might seem like a wacky dream right now, but if you really fancy whitewashed walls with a backdrop of bougainvillea, then Opa Kipos in Worli, Mumbai is your next restaurant. The 180-seat restaurant has lavish interiors reminiscent of Greek vacations, perfect for an otherworldly getaway. And while you soak up the Greek beauty via the decor, you’d love to have watched their authentic Mediterranean menu – think dips, salads, cold sharing platters, Greek style pizza, Orzo lobster, Saganaki shrimp and more.
Seefah Bakery, on Hill Road in Bandra West, Mumbai, knows we love big buns, and we can’t lie. Recently opened by founding chef duo Seefah Ketchaiyo and Karan Bane, Seefah Bakery is a delivery company that specializes only in all kinds of treats, with an Asian twist. Dive into their wildly popular fluffy Japanese cheesecake and a roll of Thai Frankfurt chili paste, as well as their latest launch, shokupan, which is a Japanese milk bun that’s slowly taking the internet by storm.
Pink Wasabi in Juhu, Mumbai is one of those restaurants in Mumbai that is a perfect setting for your next appreciated and well-validated photo. It’s the mind-blowing hue of the coral pink and neon signs that makes it Gen-Z endorsed. The chic and classic Asian restaurant offers a delicious menu of food and drink as well as the charm of dining under the cherry blossoms. From the kitchen comes Asian cuisine, created with passion, refinement and precision, reminiscent of a memorable feast.
Another Asian addition to South Mumbai is Vedant Shah’s Plural, which takes a locavore approach to vegetarian and vegan cuisine and pays homage to the tastes and textures of popular dishes from Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. The menu is divided into salads and soups, small plates, staples, large plates and desserts – each with their own dishes to best suit the palate. Creating a unique blend of authentic Southeast Asian dining experiences, Plural celebrates the plurality of cultures on a platter.
Mumbai is India’s top destination if you really want to travel around the world one plate at a time. Sette Mara at the St Regis brings you the best of Middle Eastern cuisine, featuring dishes inspired by Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon, Persia and Georgia. It’s a perfect spot for lazy brunches and dinners. Besides cooking with cultured chicken, they also serve a selection of freshly made cocktails with oak barrel aged negroni, old fashioned Turkish and crystal truffle negroni.
GOD Coffee By Harrit Farms
At GOD (Goodness of Dairy), the tariff highlights what we ate before the world became available on our plates. Each dish of GOD invokes the principles of Ayurveda and consists of a healthy sathwic meal. It revolves around founder Sheetal Bhatt’s goal to spread the benefits of dairy products produced with A2 milk raised from Gir cows and spark a healthy dialogue about consuming the purest form of milk. Their main menu includes spices, dals, legumes, flour, jaggery, salt, fruits, vegetables, honey and sauces from certified organic and natural farmers. If you are looking for simple, healthy and nutritious meals, this is the coffee for you.
Another man-made restaurant – Zorawar Kalra of Massive Restaurants – who had already launched new eateries and eateries during the lockdown (Bo-Tai, Swan, Butter Delivery), Louis Burgers is fast becoming another staple for every gourmet affair in town. And not only that, Louis Burgers is also our answer to the cravings that keep us awake until dawn. Their juicy meat burgers are accompanied by a gold leaf (Louis Grand Royale burger), served with cheese fries that are worth the wait. They also serve vegan burgers and plenty of other options to suit all tastes.
All images: courtesy of the respective restaurants