- Address: Bombay Dyeing Mill Compound, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Worli, Kamagar Nagar Number 1, Lower Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400025, India
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +91-9066025278
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids
Shiro - Review
Have you ever walked in a place and immediately felt transferred to being royally classy! At Shiro, Mumbai you can definitely feel this elevation the second you walk into its large, high ceilinged bohemian restaurant. The décor gives you a classic timeless appeal every time you visit. The staff at the restaurant is friendly and warm. If you love Thai and Japanese dishes you must try dining out here. They do have a bar where you can just relax and have some drinks. It also has private dining and a club with live music as well.
How To reach Shiro by Public Transport
- Buses 163/167/168 to stop Bombay dyeing
Shiro, Mumbai Reviews
A friend and I had gone for the unlimited sushi/ dim sum offer for lunch - it was a meal I'll never forget! I was blown away by the variety that was offered to vegetarian sushi lovers which is not something found in most places. Each piece of sushi was very generously prepared and the flavours were popping. The staff was amazing; very hospitable and friendly. Only minor downsides - the ladies restroom was TINY (a very uncomfortable experience) and it was quite dark in the whole restaurant. I understand that dim lighting sets the mood but during the day, a little more light would have been appreciated. Looking forward to visiting Shiro again - especially if there are such amazing offers!
When you first walk in, you're greeted by a life size statue of what one can only describe as some Asian Mythical Goddess. Shiro has massively high ceilings along with stone walls and three distinct sections for dining and partying. There is an upstairs section which has the most table and gives you a lovely view of the entire space below. Another section below for more private dining and larger tables and the rest split into the dance floor, the bar and a few low lounge-like tables for those who want to be closer to the DJ. The food is a mix of Asian cuisines including Japanese and Malaysian dishes........
Went there on a Thursday night and wasn't disappointed at all. The service stood out, as did the ambiance. The place is surprisingly spacious and the decor is rad! The bar staff is very corteous and swift with the demand of the drinks. If you love Japanese cuisine, you will love the food as well. The beer menu is a slight let down but nothing that can't be taken care of. All in all a great experience.
Shiro has a respectable palette of Japanese delicacies. The prices are slightly heavy as would expect with the quality. They have gone and tried to recreate a authentic oriental Ambience. The buffets starting from afternoon is worth the price. They provide no less than 12 varieties of sushi and dhinsem. The staff are professional and cordial. Ready to answer any questions. The Japanese sensibilities of dining can be somewhat jarring to get used to. Especially those who aren't acquainted with the chopsticks. And the food itself is a nuanced experience to those familiar with Indian cuisine. Go visit if you are a foodie and looking for a different culinary experience.
Terrible to order out using a delivery service. The last few times the packaging has been so bad and the food damaged . No chopsticks . This time around for an order amounting to 6000 plus they sent it completely drenched in some oil or liquid. There was no soy and the restaurant refused to replace it