Top 10 Non-Vegetarian Restaurants Of 2017 In Mumbai
December 20, 2017
Shruti Anand (1208 articles)
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Top 10 Non-Vegetarian Restaurants Of 2017 In Mumbai

Feast on new flavours, delectable and succulent meaty delights that’ll leave you craving for more! 2017 saw delicious food and here are the top 10 restaurants making outstanding non-vegetarian delicacies in Mumbai.

Goila Butter Chicken

If you’ve not tried the butter chicken a Goila Butter Chicken by Saransh Goila then you’re missing out on a delectable treat. The signature dish at this restaurant is melt-in-the-mouth and lip smacking-ly good.

Location: 26, Sai Kanwal Complex, near DN Nagar Metro Station, Indira Nagar, J P road, Andheri West, Mumbai

O’Tenga

There’s a dearth of authentic Assamese food in Mumbai but O’Tenga is changing that by cooking mouth-watering Assamese delicacies and delivering it to homes in Aamchi Mumbai. Intrigued? You can order from O’Tenga through Zomato.

Turban Tales

Fall in love with the dhaba-inspired ambience at Turban Tales and flavours that remind you of Punjab and northern India. Binge on their tantalizing meaty menu that doesn’t fail to impress and do finish off with their popular paan ice-cream!

Location: 20, JVLR, Panchkutir Ganesh Nagar, Powai, Mumbai

Olympia

What we love about Olympia besides their fiery, mouth-watering dishes is that one gets an individual portion. So there’s always going to be a variety on the table if you’re heading there with your friends or just go by yourself to mop up a quick, delicious and satisfying meaty meal.

Location: Rahim Mansion No.1, Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg, Next to Police Station, Colaba, Mumbai

The Boston Butt

Delicious food, great music and most popular for its brunches, The Boston Butt is one place you cannot miss. Their Pork Ribs are the highlight amongst the non-vegetarian dishes and is highly recommended.

Location: 1st floor Rampart Row 30 K Dubash Marg Opp. Max Mueller Bhavan, Near Rhythm House and Jehangir Art Gallery, Kalaghoda, Fort

Snowflakes

Try delicious, spicy and finger-licking Goan food at a humble eatery called Snowflakes in the by lanes of the popular Kyani & Co. Mop up their popular dishes like sorpotel and vindaloo with pav!

Location: 18, Ground Floor, Tara Manzil, J Crasto Ln, Dhobi Talao, Sonapur, Marine Lines, Mumbai

Joey’s Pizza

The meaty pizzas at Joey’s has become popular all over Mumbai as anyone heading to suburbs can’t resist the delicious pizzas. We recommend their Butter Chicken Pizza and Meat Feast!

Location: Shop No. 6 & 7, Upvan Building, D.N.Nagar, Madhuban Colony, Andheri West, Near D.N.Nagar Metro Station, Mumbai

Burn Kitchen & Malt Room

Known for its single malts, Burn Kitchen & Malt Room serves outstanding non-vegetarian food that ranges from Mughlai to continental. The delicacies and the ambience is sure to make you come back for more!

Location: Pinnacle Corporate Park, Next To Trade Centre, BKC, Mumbai

The Bohri Kitchen

Bringing tantalizing, authentic Bohri delicacies to Mumbai, The Bohri Kitchen is a popular pop-up in Colaba. The feeling of relishing a meal together in a thaal, mutton samosas, raan in red masala are reasons enough for you to plan a visit to one of their pop-ups.

Location: Army Area, Colaba, Mumbai

Mahesh Lunch Home

Known for its finger-licking seafood preparations, Mahesh Lunch Home is an iconic restaurant that has been serving delicacies made out of the best that the Arabian Sea has to offer. Take a trip down to the Colaba or Juhu outlet at least once before the year ends.

Location: 8-B, Cawasji Patel Street, Fort, Mumbai


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