5 Best Restaurants In Mumbai You Shouldn’t Ignore

From its bustling hawkers to fine dining restaurant choices, Mumbai is a foodie city for both locals and travellers. With so many options, deciding on where to eat out can be a daunting task for anyone. Travenix brings you a list of the 5 best restaurants in Mumbai to embark on the ultimate culinary journey.  Read below to find out the best restaurants in Mumbai to visit now.

Slink & Bardot, Worli

Located in the by-lanes of Worli seaface, a little ahead of Worli Village, this Classic French Cuisine Restaurant and Lounge offers exemplary food and drinks. The French Restaurant has a bar, a lounge and two dining rooms also for serving small plates of classic and modern French food. The bar with attached lounge sedate makes it very attractive. Its interiors are decorated with beautiful dim lights and turquoise walls that create a soothing and whimsical sitting environment.

Talking about the food there, Tartines, Panko Prawns, 36 Hour Belgian Pork Belly Roast, French Picnic Basket, Citrus-Cured Gravlax, Steak Tartare, Vegetable ‘Spaghetti’, Poached Pear Belle-Helene Balsamic-Glazed Pineapple etc. are not to be missed dishes. One can also enjoy their favorite cocktails. All in all, you must visit this inventive, date friendly restaurant with your favorite ones.

O Pedro

Next up on this list of best restaurants in Mumbai is O Pedro. Situated at Bandra Kurla Complex, O Pedro serves specifically Goa-inspired food. Stretched over 2500 square feet, this restaurant is the offering from the Team of The Bombay Canteen. The interiors of the place are extremely attractive and charming. Flooring is done with blue and white azulejos tiles and for the comfortable seating featuring wicker chairs.

Its menu embraces the food options exclusively from Catholic, Saraswat and Portuguese kitchens of Goa. Their not to be skipped dishes are Aunty Braganza’s Crab Rissois with beetroot ketchup, Xacutti, Cafréal and Recheado masala fry, Beryl’s Fish Curry, Sannas, Goa rice, Combination of Quarter Plates, Panji Chili Pakoras, Portuguese Tomato Rice & Homemade Cheese and more. You can also enjoy rum and tropical flavored drinks at the bar inside to get the real Goa feel. All in all, O Pedro is a microcosm of all the best food choices that Goa offers.

Wasabi By Morimoto

Established at The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Wasabi is regarded as one of India’s finest Japanese restaurants.There you can also enjoy the glimpse of the Gateway of India and the Arabian Sea. As soon as you enter, you will find the dining hall with tall ceilings and perfect arches. In one corner you will find the longish Sushi bar and the other side, there is a live Teppanyaki counter for people to sit and enjoy the food. You will find multiple tables with comfortable seating arrangement.

The menu card depicts a detailed description of each dish. If you visit this restaurant you must try the Japanese green tea, assorted sushi and sashimi platter with green colored paste of Japanese Horseradish known as Wasabi, Dashimaki, black cod miso, pork kakuni (braised belly) and wasabi crème brûlée. You can also find many fish free options like tomato carpaccio with yuzu and soy dressing. Overall, the restaurant is worth visiting for food and drinks.

Koko Asian Gastropub

Lodged at Lower Parel, Mumbai, this is the perfect place to satisfy your appetite and cravings for good food. The moment you enter the restaurant, you find a yellow chair with high back. The interior décor of the place features a wall of wooden blocks painted with eclectic, geometric designs. The seating arrangement is highly comfortable and creates no mess. Here, one can find an abundance of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.

Turnip and chive dumplings with chilli oil, and the KoKo Special Sushi are must try dishes of the place.  Other than these, you should try chicken with peppercorns and scallions, edamame black rice with burnt garlic, roasted pork, authentic crispy pork belly, and Hamachi Carpaccio. Spare Ribs In KoKo Style is their signature dish. Dessert options available here are completely non-Asian. Overall, the hospitality and the taste of food is impeccable that you would love to visit there again and again.


Last up on this list of best restaurants in Mumbai is Arth. Spread over two floors and across 5000 square feet at Bandra, Arth, the lounge, is one of the most innovative restaurants in the city. The restaurant itself speaks about its beauty and space. When you enter the premises, you find spectacular decoration with a distinctive aura of grandeur.  The ground floor which is bar and lounge specifically operates in the evening whereas the upper floor is open for lunch and dinner.

You have to try the ‘Tabarak Pulao’ with chicken and apple, Rhododendron Seekh, Prawn Ghassi Goliappam, Angoori Rabdi Dumplings in Phylo Nests, Trikona Paan, Jackfruit Tawa Boti, Chicken Makhmali Kovalam Lobster Taco, and Gosht Ka Halwa. All in all, Arth is definitely worth a visit.

Final Thoughts

The listed 5 best restaurants in Mumbaiare ideal to have an exquisite meal with outstanding service.

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