Scootsy Tells Us What Dishes Mumbai Loves Ordering


Wondering what food to order today? Scootsy, one of Mumbai’s top delivery apps has just released a list of items that Mumbaikars ordered the most over the last year.

A Bit About Scootsy

Founded in 2015 by Rishi jKhiani and Sandeep Das, Scootsy was a venture to create a marketplace which would make the city more available in an instant. Today, Scootsy offers a collection of brands convienent deliveries and provides a concierge like service for customers.

Brands on board on Scootsy are toy brands like Hamleys, fashion and apparel brands like Global Desi and The Label Life and food brands like Ellipsis, Sweetish House Mafia, Le 15 Patisserie and Royce Chocolates.

What Foodies Are Ordering

Using their ordering histories and tech team, Scootsy has put together a list of foods that Mumbai loves to order. How many of these dishes have you tried? 

Butter Chicken From Copper Chimney


Copper Chimney is a Mughlai restaurant which opened its doors in 1972. With its years of experience, it’s no surprise that they’ve perfected the butter chicken.

Prawn and Chive Dumplings from Royal China


Royal China is a popular Cantonese restaurant with multiple outlet across the city.

Ham and Swiss Cheese Sandwich from Indigo Deli


Indigo Deli lives up to its ‘deli’cious reputation by being on this list; the ham and Swiss cheese sandwich is filling and nourishing. Read more about Indigo Deli’s fare here.

Nutella with Sea Salt Cookie  from Sweetish House Mafia


The Nutella and sea salt combination is always a win and Sweetish House Mafia, a food truck turned restaurant, is doing it brilliantly.

Dark Chocolate Macaron from Le 15 Patisserie


Le 15 is known for its macarons and Mumbai loves its chocolate.

Nutella Cupcake from Ellipsis Bakery


Ellipsis restaurant opened up a bakery outlet in Worli a few months ago, which dishes out fresh breads, cookies and mouth-watering desserts; read more here.

Haven’t tried them all? Head over to the Scootsy website or app to gain a better understanding of what Mumbai loves to eat.