16 Interesting And Fairly New Eateries In Amchi Mumbai

1. SodaBottleOpenerWala:

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Where: G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex

Must-eat: Mutton Berry Pulao, Paneer Sanjubaba, Dhansak.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 1,000 for two people.

Tip: With branches in Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad, SodaBottleOpenerWala is now here in Amchi Mumbai!

2. The Bar Stock Exchange:

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Where: Club House Equinox Business Park, Kurla.

Must-eat: Honey Chilly Potato, Salt and Pepper Prawns, The Bar Stock Exchange Pizzan.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 1,200 for two people.

Tip: The rates of your favourite poisons fluctuate, just like a share market! The most expensive liquors can be bought at dirt cheap prices early afternoon!

3. Cafe Zoe:

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Where: Mathuradas Mills Compound, Lower Parel.

Must-eat: Seared Salomon, Mini Lamb Burgers, Cottage Cheese Steak, Dark Chocolate Mousse and Marzipan Cake.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 1,000 for two people.

Tip: Do try their seafood soup as well.

 

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4. Sassy Spoon:

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Where: Ramnath Goenka Marg, Nariman Point.

Must-eat: Spinach, roasted pumpkin and creamy goat cheese tart, Seven textured hazelnut and chocolate dessert.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 2,000 for two people.

Tip: Winner of Time Out India's Best Independent Restaurant! The serve delicious burgers as well.

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5. Bombay Salad Company:

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Where: 16th Road, Bandra West.

Must-eat: Pineapple Avocado Berries Smoothie, The Frenchman Salad, The Red Samurai Salad.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 600 for two people.

Tip: Who says healthy food is not tasty?

6. Five Fat Monks:

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Where: Rcity Mall, Ghatkopar West.

Must-eat: Choose ingredients according to your preference and create your own meal!

Budget: Approximately Rs. 800 for two people.

Tip: The food is inspired by the bold flavours of Southeast Asia.

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7. Masala Library:

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Where: Bandra Kurla Complex.

Must-eat: Dahi kebab, Maple & Kokum Lamb Chops, Bacon wrapped Morels. 

Budget: Approximately Rs. 3,500 for two people.

Tip: As good as a fine dining experience can get! Reserving a table in advance is recommended.

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8. Serafina:

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Where: Rampart Row, Kala Ghoda

Must-eat: Melanzane Alla Parmigiana, Truffle Pizza, Beetroot Carpaccio

Budget: Approximately Rs. 1,500 for two people.

Tip: Serves classic Italian food. Chain of restaurants having 10 restaurants in New York, 1 in Philadelphia and one each in Brazil, Moscow, Tokyo and now, Mumbai!

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9. Pa Pa Ya:

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Where: Palladium Mall, Lower Parel.

Must-eat: Chocolate Ball On Fire, Fried Mushrooms, Ying-Yang Cocktail, Lamb Rendang, Shiitake Mushroom Sushi.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 1,500 for two people.

Tip: Serves Asian Fusion, Burmese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Singaporean, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine.

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10. The Brothers Biryani House:

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Where: Near Hiranandani Hospital, Powai

Must-eat: Chicken Tikka Kebab, Dahi Mirchi Wale Aaloo, Murgh Dum Biryani.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 600 for two people.

Tip: You know what will go well with your biryani? A tall glass of masala chaas!

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11. Nutcracker:

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Where: Dr VB Gandhi Marg, Fort

Must-eat: A warm mug of Hot Chocolate, French Toast, Breakfast Quesadillas, Waffles.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 1,000 for two people.

Tip: A quaint cafe serving delicious comfort food.

12. Burma Burma:

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Where: M.G. Road, Opposite Mumbai University, Fort.

Must-eat: Burma Burma Oh No Khow Suey, Creamed Corn with paratha, Kowni Mow

Budget - Approximately Rs. 1,500 for two people.

Tip: Reserving a table a week in advance is recommended!

13. Palladium Social:

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Where: Palladium Mall, Lower Parel.

Must-eat: Tongue You Very Much Burger, What The Duck? Burger, Truffle Fries.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 1,500 for two people.

Tip: Always bustling with office crowd. Avoid visiting during noon and early evening. Has a mean liquor menu!

14. Tiffin BOX etc.:

Where: Naman Center, Bandra Kurla Complex

Must-eat: Mini Meal Box.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 700 for two people.

Tip: Missing ‘Maa ke haath ka khaana’? Head over to Tiffin Box for a homely meal!

15. Monkey Bar:

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Where: Linking road, Bandra West.

Must-eat: Paneer Tacos, Mochar Ghonto Chop, Butterfly Chicken, Tikka My Rooster Burger.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 1,800 for two people.

Tip: India's first gastropub! Avoid weekends as it gets very crowded.

16. The Big Kahuna:

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Where: Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel.

Must-eat: Lomi Lomi Bruschetta, Italian Chicken Sliders, Crispy Shrimp Pita Sandwich, Jamaican Jerk Chicken.

Budget: Approximately Rs. 2,000 for two people.

Tip: Polynesian inspired tiki bar, do try their specialty tropical rum based drinks.

Have you had a meal at any of these eateries? If yes, how was your experience? If no, what are you waiting for?!

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