Look Forward To The Launch Of These New Restaurants In Mumbai In 2016

Now that we’ve bid adieu to 2015 and saluted the best newcomer eateries that it gave us, let’s get to anticipate the future of food in Mumbai this year. Here are the eateries that we’re most excited about; watch this space for more details!

Farzi Cafe


Zorawar Kalra, of Massive Restaurants PVT will be bringing Farzi Cafe, a popular Delhi eatery to Mumbai. It will be an upbeat destination with exciting cocktails and innovative Indian food.



Kalra will also be launching a new venture – MasalaBar – in Bandra which will focus on tapas and drinks.

Tag Kitchen and Cellar


Chef Ranveer Brar will open a high end eatery in Kamala Mills with a wine cellar, cognac, cigars and small plates.

The Captain’s Table

Rumour has it that BKC will say hello to a cruise-liner themed eatery that serves fresh catch and exudes a sea themed vibe.

Ek Bar


AD Singh’s EK Bar from Delhi will also be flying over to Mumbai after the successful launch of SodaBottleOpenerWala in Lower Parel. It’ll serve innovative Indian fare and fun cocktails.



Michelin starred chef Atul Kochar is bringing a new concept eatery – Not Really Indian – to BKC early this year. It will feature Indian dishes that were carried abroad by immigrant Indians and adapted to suit locally available ingredients.



After the immense hype surrounding Bhaijaanz, a Salman Khan themed eatery in Bandra, Mumbai will welcome a more upscale Bollywood themed eatery with a menu designed with inspiration from films.

True Tramm Trunk


Aside from a pleasant alliterative lilt, True Tram Trunk will offer desi themed cocktails and small bites.