Here Are The Best Easter Food Specials In Mumbai To Enjoy This Season

Easter is almost upon us; a day when Christians gather together to pray, celebrate the resurrection of Christ, spend time with their family and community and feast away. Indeed, even non-Christians use the day to spend some time with their family and enjoy some delicious food courtesy Easter specials across the world. Sound good? Here’s where you can head in Mumbai.

The United Sports Bar and Grill


On Easter Sunday, this watering hole has put together a five course buffet including mushroom cappuccino soup, barbeque chicken salad, herb pilaf and chocolate Easter eggs with unlimited sangria and wine at Rs. 899 plus taxes. Teetotallers can enjoy the same buffet for Rs. 599.



Hoppipola is hosting an Easter brunch that includes Crispy Fried Sriracha Chicken Sliders, pizza, a Fudge Block and special Easter cocktails like the Hoppi Easter – a combination of jagermeister, dark rum and Nutella, topped with a chocolate bunny.

O:h Cha


This eatery has put together a Pan Asian Easter brunch, including fried turnip cakes, Thai green curry, vegetable chive dumplings, rum punch ice cream as well as an Easter special dessert.

The Captain’s Table


The Captain’s Table is offering a four course meal for Rs. 1000 ++ (vegetarian) and Rs. 1200++ (non vegetarian) which includes Catalan seafood stew, an Easter special Chicken lasagne, herbed gnocchi and crepes and a dessert platter with triple chocolate mousse and banana caramel pie. Read more about what we thought of the fare at The Captain’s Table here!

The Little Door

Head to The Little Door on Easter Sunday for their ‘Egg-Cellent Easter Parade’ which will include unlimited servings of food (including an extensive selection of egg preparations, Easter eggs and rose macarons and drinks), board games, karaoke and a piñata.

Seven Kitchens at The St Regis


Chef Savio, Seven Kitchens’ pastry chef has prepared a whole range of Easter themed treats that you can gift or enjoy yourself. Choose between marzipan figurines, Easter eggs, simnel cakes and many more sweet treats.

By The Mekong at The St Regis


Loved the treats from Seven Kitchens? Head to By The Mekong for a full blown Easter meal with a range of specially selected dim sums, baos, wok fried noodles, jasmine rice, chilled mango pudding and lemon grass crème Brule.



One of the city’s hippest spots will be celebrating Easter with a legendary brunch that includes devilled eggs, Easter breads with beef wellington, Easter plum cake as well as cocktails like the spicy strawberry martini and the watermelon chocolate martini.