Great news for all Mumbai foodies! After months of lockdown, the wait is finally over as EazyDiner is back to serve you with your much-deserved dose of deliciousness. Staying true to our promise of always providing the best dining experience to our users, EazyDiner has now launched its new initiative EazySafe+ Dining that aims at providing safe home food delivery in Mumbai from select partner restaurants that adhere to strict guidelines. With safety measures like frequent temperature checks, meticulous sanitization protocols and periodic visits to monitor uncompromising safety standards EazyDiner ensures a stronger end-to-end control on hygiene and quality of the food that reaches the diners, because your safety is our utmost priority.
So, now that your favorite dining experience providing platform EazyDiner is here to help you get your fix of yumminess, leave all your worries behind and get ready to enjoy your favorite food from some of the best EazySafe+ certified online delivery restaurants in Mumbai:
As the name of the restaurant suggests, the menu of Roots of India has a special focus on food from across India, yet there are Oriental and global offerings too. There are ample vegetarian and non-vegetarian options available to choose from. The food is flavourful and replete with good quality ingredients.
Must Haves: Immunity Booster Soup, Stuffed Mushroom Tempura, and Stir-Fried Chicken.
Cost for two: ₹ 1800
If you are a seafood lover and looking for safe food delivery services in Mumbai, this place will prove to be an absolute paradise for you. As the name suggests, the restaurant is well-known for offering a wide assortment of seafood to the guests with a smattering of quite a few North Indian and Chinese dishes too on the menu. The varied offerings include seafood, chicken, mutton for carnivores, and some vegetarian dishes too. But clearly, this place is meant for non-vegetarians.
Must Haves: Shrimp Cocktail, Mangolorian Pomfret Tawa Fry, Prawns Goan Tawa Fry, and Kaju Kothambir Vadi
Cost for two: ₹ 1700
The menu of Banjara is varied and offers Indian cuisine with a special focus on dishes from South India, as well as Oriental and Mediterranean fare. The multi-cuisine spread is vast and there is something for every palate. No run-of-the-mill typical food here. The offerings are of a good quality boasting of comforting flavors and fresh ingredients.
Must Haves: Paneer Satay, Dal Makhni, Pineapple Raita, and Mushroom Pepper Fry.
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
This cozy restaurant with a homely vibe offers Japanese and Korean food along with some decent selection for vegetarians too. One can choose from an array of sushi and sashimi on the menu. Well-executed preparations are a melange of flavors. The food here is authentic and flavourful.
Must Haves: Seafood Salad, Tuna Nigri, Avocado Maki, Yaki Udon Noodles, and Matcha Cheesecake.
Cost for two: ₹ 2500
The menu of Glasshouse is, as expected of a luxurious restaurant, global so there is something for everyone. For desi-at-hearts, they keep a North Indian menu, and for those with well-traveled palettes, they have Continental and Italian menu. And when it comes to safe food delivery restaurants in Mumbai, rest assured because everything is made fresh with the finest of ingredients and by keeping all necessary precautions in mind.
Must Haves: Paneer Tikka Biryani, Wok Fried Rice with Eggs Chicken or Prawn, Spaghetti Carbonara, and Double Chocolate Gelato.
Cost for two: ₹ 2800
If desi delicacy is what you crave then ordering from Vihara is your best bet. This joyfully vegetarian restaurant specializes in providing authentic, pure vegetarian preparations lovingly prepared by their specialist chefs.
Must Haves: Vihara Special Thali, Kashmiri Dum Aloo, Cottage Cheese in Mountain Chili Sauce, and Kesar Kulfi Falooda.
Cost for two: ₹ 750
Some of the best dim sums in the city can be found here at Yauatcha and if you are looking for good dim sum delivery restaurants in Mumbai then this is the place you should order from. The chef is known to serve excellent authentic Chinese with a special focus on modern Cantonese cuisine. Their dim sum selection is staggering, so make sure to indulge yourself. Get a pot of gourmet Chinese tea or an Asian-inspired cocktail to wash down the meal. Their flavors are complex and fill your mouth with an explosion of tastes. Variety is so fantastic that one trip will not be enough for Yauatcha.
Must Haves: Vegetable Crystal Dumpling, Truffle Edamame Dumplings, and Dragons Well Green Tea.
Cost for two: ₹ 2500
This popular Mumbai coffee shop is known for being a traditional hub for the Bollywood stars and has a smorgasbord of culinary options on offer. Its menu is crafted to satisfy the diverse palates of diners. Gastronomy at Lotus Café is exciting and worldly, carrying an array of global cuisines. Everything from Italian to Continental to North Indian to Asian is on offer.
Must Haves: Mason Jar Salad, Lime and Basil Rubbed Salmon, and Classic Tiramisu.
Cost for two: ₹ 2800
JW Marriott's special takeaway menu takes you on a gastronomic global journey. The best of Continental, Indian, Asian, Italian preparations on the extensive menu with a smattering of quite a few regional favorites are enough to make your at-home Sunday brunch an affair to remember.
Must Haves: Classic Mumbai Toastie, Chicken Calzone, JW Club Sandwich, Prawn Pasta, and Mango Cheesecake.
Cost for two: ₹ 3000
BBC as it's fondly called is located at the J.W. Marriott hotel and is the perfect place to order home delivery of some freshly baked goodies from. While considered as a haven for sweet treats, you'll be surprised to know they serve far more than just a regular tart pastry or cake. The menu includes soups, salads, sandwiches, and other light meals and snacks making it a perfect place to order when you are craving something light but delicious.
Must Haves: JW Club Sandwich, Wok Tossed Noodles, Garlic Bread, Kathi Roll, and Chocolate Walnut Brownie.
Cost for two: ₹ 700
Gargi Bisht is an event copywriter/conceptualizer turned writer currently working with EazyDiner Pvt. Ltd. Compulsive eater, book hoarder, dog lover and pop culture enthusiast with an innate love for storytelling. Usually the quietest person in the room, Gargi is an introvert who loves her own company. When not eating, can be found in front of her laptop watching movies. Knows a thing or two about art and literature.