Restaurant Week India Is Back: Here’s Where To Dine In Mumbai

The 13th edition of Restaurant Week India is back! Presented by Ola Prime, Restaurant Week offers diners meals at some of the country’s best fine dining restaurant at a fixed price.

Restaurant Week Mumbai this year has 27 participating restaurants which are offering a three course menu for Rs.1,100 for lunch and Rs.1,300 for dinner per person. Here’re some of the restaurants that are a part of Restaurant Week this year:

Asilo at The St Regis

 

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Enjoy a gorgeous view of the city and a range of cuisines at Asilo. Dishes to look forward to include Arancini Bites, Grilled New Zealand Lamb Loin Skewers with Harissa, Pecan Nut Crusted Cottage Cheese and a Chocolate Cherry Satori Mousse Dome.

Ellipsis

 

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Ellipsis serves a collection of cuisines from around the world – the menu includes dishes like Vegetable Crustal Dumplings, Mushroom Risotto and Kimchi Fried Rice.

Botticino at the Trident

 

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Botticino is a fine dining restaurant in the Trident that serves exquisite Italian fare like Tomato and Buffalo Mozzarella and Caramelised Onion and Goat Cheese Ravioli.

Yautacha

Popular for its Pan Asian fare and magnificent interiors, Yauatcha has a collection of its signature items on their menu for Restaurant Week Mumbai like Asparagus Cheung Fun, Truffle and Carrot Dumplings and a Chocolate Mandarin Tart.

Shiro

 

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Another favourite for Pan Asian fare is Shiro which has a soothing, Zen ambience and serves delicious dim sum, sushi and curries. Read more about Shiro here.

NRI

Taste Chef Atul Kochhar’s take on Indian food made using unusual ingredients at NRI. On the men is Methi Kele ke Pakode which are fenugreek and ripe banan dumplings, Mombasa Jeera Paneer, and Srilankan Potli Chicken.

Neel at Tote on the Turf

Enjoy delicious Mughlai delicacies at Neel near the Mahalaxmi race course. On the menu is a Bihari Boti, Shabnam E Khaas and Jingha Hyderabadi.

Indigo

Indigo has been sweeping away diners for years now; take advantage of Restaurant Week by trying its Zatar Spiced Grilled Prawns, Rare Beef Tatare and Beef Carpaccio and Baked Burrato.

 

Head to the Restaurant Week India website to make reservations! 

1 Comment

  • Rahana
    September 19, 2016 10:53 am

    super

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