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Kanika Nevatia Feb 21 2014

Which are the best restaurants in hotels in Mumbai?

Anupriya Bedi Feb 21 2014
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Dress up and get ready to dine at the Best Restaurants in Hotels in Mumbai. Eating out is a trend in the glamorous city of Bollywood. The city holds best fine dining restaurants as well as traditional cuisine ones. Mumbai has restaurants serving cuisines from all over the World. Below is the handpicked list of some of the Best Restaurants in Hotels simply because of their ambiance, the cuisine and definitely the location.

Dum Pukht- Hotel-ITC Maratha

Dum Pukht at ITC Maratha is a fine-dining restaurant that not only offers a lavish spread of gourmet affair but also an enriching dining experience. The ambiance takes your breath away from embellished walls and sparkling chandeliers. The whole decor throws light on the grandeur and royalty of the erstwhile royals. Dum Pukht is a cuisine that originated in Awadh and it basically involves cooking food in a clay pot covered with dough and at a very slow pace so that the dish prepared has all the aroma and flavours of spices in it. The ‘Royal Repast’ is a must try and has a grand menu of five-course dinner including Shorba, Nihari, Biryani, Kebabs and much more. Can you ask for anything more!

Address: ITC Maratha, Sahar Road, Andheri East, Mumbai
Telephone: +91-22-28303030
Timings: 7 PM to 11:45
Cost for two: INR 4000

Photo of Dum Pukht- ITC Maratha (by Official Website)

China House-Grand Hyatt

China House in Grand Hyatt is where you should head to dine for your favourite Chinese cuisine. The interactive kitchens with glasses is an indulging idea while you are eating out at fine dining restaurants. There are also 4 different private rooms for guests as well as a lounge giving people multiple seating options for dining here. Beggar’s Chicken, Shanghai Soup Dumpling, Dan Dan noodles and Peking Duck are worth a try here!

Address: Grand Hyatt, Off Western Express Highway, Santacruz East, Mumbai
Telephone: +91-22-66761149
Timings: 12:30 PM to 3 PM; 7 PM to 12 AM
Cost for two: INR 4500

Photo of China House (by Official Website)

Ziya-Oberoi Hotel

Ziya in Oberoi Hotel under the guidance of Michelin-starred Chef Vineet Bhatia is an Indian Restaurant with a twist. The celebrated chef with his team gives an exquisite dining experience to the diners. The use of International ingredients with the traditional Indian recipes gives you an innovative dish at your table.

Address: The Oberoi, Nariman Point, Mumbai
Telephone: +91-22-66325757, +91-22-66324343
Timings: 12:30 PM to 3 PM; 7 PM to 11:45 PM
Cost for two: INR 2500

Photo of Ziya at Oberoi Hotels (by Official Website)

Stella- The Leela

Stella at The Leela is a fine dining restaurant that serves the diners an exquisite spread of Italian Cuisine. The menu comprises of authentic Italian dishes and are organic in their ingredients.The most interesting is the glass enclosed Wine Library housing wines from different parts of the World. So indulge in good Italian food with some finest wines. There is also a private room for a seating of 12 guests. The ambiance is exquisite with luxurious artifacts everywhere and crystalised chandeliers which makes the dining experience an unforgettable one!

Address: The Leela, Andheri-Kurla Road, Sahar, Andheri East, Mumbai
Telephone: +91-22-30987888
Timings: 7 PM to 11:30 PM
Cost for two: INR 3000

Photo of Stella at The Leela (by Official Website)

Wasabi by Morimoto- Taj Hotel

Wasabi by Morimoto
is one of the best ‘50 Restaurants in World’. The Head Chef ‘Hemant Oberoi’ presents the best Japanese Cuisine for you. The ambiance is edgy with steel and metal interiors. The Main areas of interest are the Sushi and Teppanyaki counters with huge round tables with metalised lamps above them. The contemporary red colored and wooden decor attracts a lot of people apart from the world-class japanese delicacies. The restaurant prices are a bit too high and can definitely burn a hole in your pocket but who cares about dwelling few more bucks for good food. This place is frequented by a lot of Bollywood celebrities and is also the favourite restaurant of the famous Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor. Do you need more reasons to visit this restaurant?

Address: Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai
Telephone: +91-22-66653366
Timings: 12:30 PM to 3 PM; 7 PM to 11:45 PM
Cost for two: INR 10,000

Photo of Wasabi by Morimoto (by Official Website)

San Qi- Four Seasons Mumbai

San Qi at Four Seasons Hotel is a Pan Asian restaurant that serves great cuisine from the far east. ‘San Qi’ literally means ‘three energies’ and here you get to experience three different cuisines like Thai, Japanese and Subcontinental. The ambiance is contemporary and subtle with an interesting staircase. The staircase has an impressive Wine Collection on the racks so indulge in some finest bubbly drinks along with great food.

Address: Four Seasons Hotel, 114, E Moses Road, Worli, Mumbai
Telephone: +91-22-24818000
Timings: 12 PM to 3 PM; 7 PM to 11:45 PM
Cost for two: INR 4000

Photo of San Qi at Four Seasons (by Official Website)

Koh by Ian Kittichai- Hotel Intercontinental

Koh by Ian Kittichai at Hotel Intercontinental is the best Thai Restaurant in Mumbai. Its larger than life decor in purple, yellow and blue hues makes it a place just out of a fairytale in the ‘City of Dreams’. Chocolate Baby Back Ribs and Sweet Jasmine Panna Cotta are a must try here. But anything you choose from the lavishly spread menu turns out to be a splendid one. So, if you want to impress your foreign delegates or boss, make up after a fight with your wife or girlfriend, this is the place to come for sure!

Address: Hotel Inter Continental, 135, Churchgate, Mumbai
Telephone: +91-22-39879999
Timings: 12:30 PM to 3 PM, 7:30 PM to 12 AM
Cost for two: INR 4000

Photo of Koh by Ian Kittichai- Hotel Intercontinental (by Official Facebook Page)

Golden Dragon-Taj Mahal Palace

Golden Dragon at Taj Mahal Palace is a great place to dine with opulent decor and ambiance. It has the best Oriental cuisine in the ‘City of Dreams’ and is a heaven for the Chinese Cuisine lovers. The Sunday Dim Sum Brunch buffet is extremely popular amongst the people with a myriad variety of dim sums to choose from.

Address: Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai
Telephone: +91-22-66653366
Timings: 12:30 PM to 3 PM; 7 PM to 11:45 PM
Cost for two: INR 3000

Photo of Golden Dragon (by Official Website)

Olive Bar & Kitchen- Le Sutra Hotel

Olive Bar & Kitchen is an award winning Italian restaurant placed lavishly in Le Sutra Hotel. It looks like you have entered some house party in Santorini with the all white colored decor and the excellent mediterranean delicacies. This place looks pristine and beautiful with white and blue decor all around. Table Reservations are a must here as its flanked by the who’s who of the Film Fraternity and Social Circuit of Mumbai at all times. So head here and dine amongst the popular faces and indulge in excellent food with some good music. What else can you ask for!

Address: Le Sutra Hotel, 14, Union Park, Khar, Mumbai
Telephone: +91-22-30932030
Timings: 8:00 PM to 1:00 AM (Mon-Fri), 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM, 8:00 PM to 1:00 AM (Sat-Sun)

Cost for two: INR 5000

Photo of Olive Bar & Kitchen (by Official Facebook Page)

Dome-Hotel Intercontinental

Located on the eighth floor of Hotel Intercontinental is one of the best romantic hotels in Mumbai. Dome is a stunning open-air lounge and a beautiful terrace restaurant and is just perfect to dine with your special someone. They serve great Japanese and North Indian cuisine and the drinks are just worth going here. Witness the breathtaking views of the Marine Drive with soft caressing winds kissing your cheeks, dining here is an unforgettable romantic rendezvous.

Address: Hotel InterContinental, 135, Churchgate, Mumbai
Telephone: +91-22-39879999
Timings: 5:00 PM to 01:30 AM
Cost for two: INR 3000

Photo of Dome Restaurant (by Official Website)

We all have heard about the famous phrase ‘’ One cannot think well, sleep well and love well, if one has not dined well.’’ So put on your best attire and get ready to dwell some money out of your wallet and get ready to dine at the Best Restaurants in Hotels in Mumbai.

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