12 Pan Asian Restaurants In Mumbai To Taste Cuisines Of Asia!

As we have said before in 10 Things About Mumbai We Openly Hate But Secretly Love Mumbai is a combination of delight, chaos, beauty and brain. With such a fine blend of everything, Mumbaikars also holds a great appetite for cuisines belonging to different corners of the world. It's platter includes both Indian cuisines as well as international ones.  These reasons have played an important role in the opening of some of the best Pan Asian cuisines in the heart of the city. All the foodaholics out there check out the list to add few more names in your ‘must-try’ list:

1. Yauatcha

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Nestled in the heart of Bandra Kurla, Mumbai, Yauatcha has proved itself as the perfect haven for the foodies. With interior resembling ancient Chinese teahouse, this eatery has taken the effort to provide perfect ambience to enjoy their delectable Asian cuisines.

Note: go for the 5 course meal!

Must try: Dim sum, wok items, 24 varieties of tea

Address: Raheja Tower, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai 400051

Phone Number:+91 22 301 51987

Opening Hours:12pm - 1am

Cost for 2 : Rs. 1,800 (approx.) for meal, Rs. 400 (approx) for a pint of beer

Payment: Cash and card accepted

2. Mamagoto

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The name itself means ‘play with food’. Keeping this fact in mind, Mamagoto has set up a quirky décor to let visitors enjoy their food without being compel to obey ‘table manners’.  Their causal ambience and experimental Pan Asian cuisines combining with drinks has been their USP till date.

Note: Mamagoto has three outlets. Choose the one that is convenient for you.

Must try:  Wok , Dim sum with their signature dips, Hawker’s noodles, Green Thai Curry

Address: Hill Road, Bandra West; Andheri West; Fort

Phone Number: +91 22 265 52600, +91 22 400 59760, +91 22 674 95660

Opening Hours: 12:30pm - 11:30pm

Cost for 2:
  Rs. 1,600 (approx.) for meal

Payment:
Cash and card accepted

3. Pan Asian ITC Maratha

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One of the fine places to eat in Mumbai that let food aficionado to try some of the best  foods of China, Thailand, Korea, Japan and Mongolia. The bamboo shoots and Chinese paper lamps used in the interior to lighten up the place, works as an added bonus with their delicious menu.

Note: feel free to chat with the master chef and request for the dish to be made according to your taste.

Must try:  Thai Stir, Wok Fry, Korean Bar-be-cues, pan fried noodles

Address: ITC Maratha, Sahar Road, Chakala, Mumbai 400 099

Phone Number: +91 22 301 51767

Opening Hours: 12:30pm- 2:15pm & 7pm -11:45pm

Cost for 2:  Rs. 5,000 (approx.) for meal

Payment: Cash and card accepted

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4. The Fatty Bao

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A casual dining space with funky décor puts you at ease when you step inside it. The friendly staff of this place is always there to serve you and let you enjoy your food without getting disturbed by any onlookers.

Must try: Bread piece stuffed with meat and vegetables, Pork belly and Jam, Lamb chops 

Address: Ground Floor, Summerville, Junction of 14th and 33rd Road, Linking Road, Bandra West

Phone Number:
+91 22 337 16006

Opening Hours:
12pm- 3:30pm & 7pm -1am

Cost for 2:  Rs. 2,000 (approx.) for meal; Rs. 190(approx) for a pint of beer

Payment: Cash and card accepted

5. Hakkasan

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If you wish to impress your Valentine with Pan- Asian cuisines, this Michelin Star award-winning place is the place to look up. One of the most celebrated food franchise in the world, Hakkasan stands out as the perfect place to try contemporary dishes. Like its other franchise around the world, Hakkasan has retained its standard in terms of contemporary Cantonese cuisines. Plan for a long vacation to the city, follow this 5 days trip to Mumbai and enjoy the unique vibe of the city.

Note: catch up the special menu on the eve of Chinese New Year from 22nd January 2nd February, 2016

Must try:  Fried soft-shell crab, Roasted silver cod with Champagne and Chinese Honey,

Address: 206, Krystal, Waterfield Road, Linking Road, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

Phone Number: +91 22 331 26250

Opening Hours: 12pm- 4:30pm & 7pm- 1am

Cost for 2:  Rs. 3,000 (approx.) for meal( with alcohol)

Payment: Cash and card accepted

6. Golden dragon

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One of the luxury dining space in Mumbai which promises you to serve the best Szechuan cuisines. In fact, Golden Dragon is said to be the first eatery in India to serve authentic Szechuan and Cantonese cuisines. Hence, you can be assured to get the best taste when you come to this place. Being 40 year old, Golden Dragon has still managed to retain its prestige till date in terms of food.

Note: Go for Sunday brunch buffet to taste extensive varieties of Dim Sum.

Must try:  Beggar’s Chicken, Peking Duck, Dim Sum

Address: The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai

Phone Number: +91 22 666 53366

Opening Hours: 12:30pm -2:45pm & 7pm -11:45pm; Sunday Brunch 12:30pm- 3pm

Cost for 2: Rs. 5,000 (approx.) for meal

Payment: Cash and card accepted

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7. Busaba

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Specialised in Pan Asian delicacies, Busaba has turned out to be one of the hot-spot for South Bombay region. Its menu includes Burmese, Korean, Thai and Vietnamese cuisines. The best part of this eatery is, the chef’s does not compromise on taste no matter whichever day you visit the place.

Must try:  Thai Curry, Khow Suey, Veg sushi

Address:  4, Mandlik Road, Next to Indigo, Colaba, Mumbai

Phone Number: +91 22 22043769

Opening Hours: 12pm- 3pm & 6:30pm- 1am; Happy Hours 6:30pm- 8:30pm

Cost for 2:  Rs. 2,500 (approx.) for meal; Rs. 200(approx) for a pint of beer

Payment: Cash and cards accepted

8. Five Fat Monks

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This newly opened eatery has become one of the favorite hangout place for youngster. Foodies who wish to save their pockets, Five Fat Monks is your place to try some yummylicious Asian food. If you found the place too crowded, their delivery in box service let you enjoy your food outside as well.

Note: outlet located in Mahalaxmi road is specialized in delivery service.

Must try:  Crunchy chicken wings, savoury prawns,  

Address:  Courtyard, R City Mall, LBS Road, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai; Shop 2, Ground Floor, The New Kamal Society, Near National College, Waterfield Road, Linking Road, Bandra West; Famous Studio Lane, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai

Phone Number: +91 22 331 26099; +91 22 30151420; +91 22 301 50875

Opening Hours: 12pm -11pm; 12:30pm- 12am; 21:30pm -12:30am

Cost for 2 : Rs. 850 (approx.) for meal; Rs. 900 (approx.) for meal; Rs. 600 (approx.) for meal

Payment: Cash and cards accepted

Check out other newly opened eateries on 16 Interesting And Fairly New Eateries In Amchi Mumbai

9. Burma Burma

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One of the few vegetarian eatery in restaurants in Mumbai which let veggies enjoy delicious traditional Burmese cuisines. Its rustic décor add up to the flavor of the food.

Note: reservation two week in advance in recommended

Must try:  Burma Burma Oh No khow Suey, Creamed Corn with parantha, Kowni Mow  

Address:  Kothari House, Allana Centre Lane, MG Road, Behind Mumbai University, Fort, Mumbai

Phone Number: +91 22 400 36601

Opening Hours: 12pm- 2:45pm & 7pm- 11pm

Cost for 2:  Rs. 1,500 (approx.) for meal;

Payment:
Cash only

Check out other vegetarian restaurants in Mumbai on Restaurants in Mumbai that Serve Delectable Veg cuisine

10. Lemon Leaf

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Lemon Leaf stands out in serving some of the best Oriental cuisines in Mumbai. Its menu includes cuisines from Burma, Mongolia, China and Thailand. The best part of this place is its easy-going ambience which instantly let you loosen up yourself and enjoy the food.

Note: Check out the traditional Thai craft used to décor the interior

Must try:  Spicy grilled chicken salad with field greens in a tangy garlic dressing, burnt garlic chicken soup, dumpling basket

Address:  4, Carlton Court, Turner Pali Road Junction, Pali Hill, Pali Hill, Bandra West

Phone Number: +91 22 3395 6161

Opening Hours:
12pm -11:30pm

Cost for 2: Rs. 1,300 (approx.) for meal;

Payment: Cash and cards accepted 

11. All Stir Fry

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It is one such kitchen that let you choose your flavor to prepare your food at the noodle bar. So, just walk up to the wok counter, opt for ‘wok your own’ option and watch it being prepared right in front of you.

Must try:  Pan fried noodles, Cosmopolitan cocktail, Oyester chilli chicken

Address:  The Gordon House Hotel, 5, Battery Street, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai

Phone Number:
+91 22 2289 4451, +91 22 2289 4400

Opening Hours: 12pm- 3pm & 7m -11:30pm 

Cost for 2:  Rs. 1,600 (approx.) for meal;

Payment: Cash and cards accepted

12. Asian Street Kitchen

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If street food is your weakness, Asian Street Kitchen is going to boost up your taste bud to urge for more. Their pure vegetarian cuisines with flavors of Thailand, Japan, China, Vietnam and Singapore let you enjoy food with a perfect Chowpatty ambience to cherish on.

Must try:  Pan fried noodles, Cosmopolitan cocktail, Oyester chilli chicken

Address:  The Gordon House Hotel, 5, Battery Street, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai

Phone Number: +91 22 2289 4451, +91 22 2289 4400

Opening Hours: 12pm- 3pm & 7m -11:30pm 

Cost for 2:  Rs. 1,600 (approx.) for meal;

Payment: Cash and cards accepted

So, did you choose as to which one is going to be your next stop for food? Plan your trip to Mumbai with TripHobo and locate some of the dining places to taste the flavours of Asia.

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Born on a winter morning in January, a big foodie by heart and an avid reader. A blogger by choice and loves to pen down travelogues, especially if its related to food. She believes that words are all you need to weave your feelings and memories.Secret wish: to become food blogger someday!

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