Restaurant Week India Is Here: Make Reservations At These Restaurants In Mumbai

Restaurant Week India is back again and you know what that means; a week where dwellers in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Pune, Chennai and Bangalore can enjoy three fixed price meals at the best restaurants in each city. Presented by Morhpy Richards, this year 25 restaurants in Mumbai are participating in the event. Lunch will cost Rs.1,100 while dinner will cost Rs.1,300. Here are some restaurants we’re most excited about:

Asilo at The St Regis Mumbai


Asilo is a beautiful restaurant on the top of the St Regis Hotel which offers a beautiful view of Mumbai. The menu includes Spanish Chorizo Flatbreads, Thai Chicken Sliders, Char Grilled Orange Teqjuila Prawns and Paella Valencia.

Shiro


Shiro is one of our favourite fine dining spots in Lower Parel. For Restaurant Week, it will be offering a choice of appetisers like Spicy Salmon Negi, Tofu in Mahtani Sauce, mains like Vegetable and Tofu Hot Pot and Sriracha Seafood Ramen and desserts like Chocolate Tiramisu.

Yauatcha


Head to Yauatcha for dishes like Har gau, Steam Prawn Cheung Fun, Steamed Indian Salmon in Black Bean Sauce and Pear, Jasmine Honey Cakes and Almond Tarts.

Ziya at The Oberoi

Ziya at The Oberoi is a beautiful Indian restaurant the overlooks Marine Drive. For Restaurant Week, ton the menu are dishes like the Dilli Chaat, Chicken Trio, Mustard Chicken Tikka, and Nariyal Rasmalai.

The Clearing House


The Clearing House, in Ballard Estate serves ingredient driven fare. Enjoy dishes like Arguala and Green Apple Salad, Korean Mushroom and Tofu Tacos, Chili Garlic Prawns with Fennel Basil Butter, Green Lip Mussels, Rice Torellini and Baby Lamb Bolognese.

The Good Wife


On the menu at The Good Wife are dishes like Potato and Baby Spinach Soup, Potato and Goat Cheese Gnocchi, Rosemary Chicken Tikka and Three Mushrooms Ravioli.

Dakshin Coastal at ITC Maratha

Dakshin brings the best of India’s coastal flavours. The menu includes Rasam, Urlai, Patchakari Stew, Appams and Adai Pradhaman.