Top 10 Non-Vegetarian Restaurants Of 2015 In Mumbai

Meaty treat!

Are you a complete carnivore? Do you feel weak without your quota of meat after every meal? Well you’ve come to the right place. Here are the best non-vegetarian restaurants in Mumbai that 2015 saw – take your pick or feast at all.





Imbiss (quite rightly) calls itself ‘The Meating Joint’. It offers a variety of exotic meats like duck and rabbit along with traditional favourites like pork, beef and chicken. The fare is cooked European style, often with a German touch.

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Global Fusion


Global Fusion is famous for its all you can eat buffet, priced at just above Rs.1100. Pay up and you’ll be able to feast on a massive spread of sushi, dim sum, chicken wings, crab cakes and more. It’s perfect for a seafood lover.

Jai Hind Lunch Home


Another great destination for a seafood lover is Jai Hind Lunch home which serves crab, fish, prawns and shellfish that are exquisitely cooked.

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If you’re on a shoe string budget, Bagdadi is the place to fulfil your carnivorous cravings. Any non-vegetarian dish you order from the liver fry to the chicken curry to the beef biryani is always a win.



Of course, this list would have to include Bademiya, which is world famous for its kebabs and rolls.

Mohammed Ali Road


Well, it’s not technically a restaurant, but it’s a must visit destination if you’re crazy about meat. Don’t be afraid to try out new things like trotter soup or brain fry. Here’s our guide on how to navigate the stalls on Mohammed Ali Road.

Delhi Darbar

For some amazing non vegetarian biryanis and North Indian curies or kebabs, Delhi Darbar should be a prime destination. If you’re a little strapped for cash, you can try out their slightly cheaper sister restaurant Jaffer Bhai.

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Teapot Cafe

 This hole in the wall cafe at Fort serves some delicious non vegetarian quick bites – their triple decker meat sandwich with ham, chicken, bacon and beef it to die for.

Ideal Corner

Parsis really do love their non-veg and Ideal Corner is proof of that. It serves a delicious chicken farcha, chicken salli and a range of kebabs.

Between Breads

Between Breads serves some of the best burgers, hot dogs and sandwiches in town. They use a range of meats to stuff their breads from chicken to beef.

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