Nothing says Happy Easter like a lavish Sunday brunch! And seeing that Easter Sunday is just around the corner, we thought, wouldn't it be nice to arm fellow foodies like ourselves with a strong list of the top restaurants in Mumbai that are going to be hosting special Easter brunches come Sunday to help you folks celebrate the occasion with great fervor. So, gather the fam and plan for a great weekend by bookmarking this list of Mumbai's best Easter brunch-hosting restaurants to help you make all your Sunday family-feasting dreams come true.
Popular for its lavish Pan Asian fare, Asian Kitchen The Asian Kitchen is Four Points By Sheraton's signature hotel restaurant in Vashi, Navi Mumbai serving international breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner buffets. Watch talented chefs prepare your meal from an interactive kitchen and enjoy personalized service at your fingertips. This phenomenal Pan Asian restaurant is all set to celebrate the occasion with an extravagant Easter brunch buffet. Indulge in a lavish spread of easter food specials on their special buffet along with a smorgasbord of piquant Asian specialties.
Must-haves: Cinnamon French Toast, Belgian Waffles, Kung Pao Chicken, Nasi Goreng, Thai Green Curry with Jasmine Rice, Prawn Fried Rice, Chicken Satay, Korean Fried Chicken, Caramel Custard.
Cost for two: ₹ 3000
Considered one of the prettiest restaurants in the city, The Sassy Spoon features a French-inspired décor complete with gauzy curtains, chandeliers, fairy lights, fuchsia furnishing, and an entire wall of crumbling vintage suitcases. Their elaborate menu carries an array of eclectic European preparations with Mediterranean, Asian & Indian influences. and when it comes to brunches, Sassy Spoon is quite popular and wildly adored for its plump Sunday brunch menu featuring irresistible preparations all of which are astonishingly tasty and immaculately plated; So, rest assured their Easter Brunch is also going to be nothing short of an epicurean affair like no other guaranteed to feature loads of Easter food specials to delight the gourmand in you!
Must-haves: Sunny Side Up with Dusted Dukkah, Akuri Skillet Served with Poi, Cinnamon Bun Maska, Caramel Coffee French Toast, Potato Bravas with Smoked Creamy Veggies, Sticky Toffee Pudding, and Tiramisu.
Cost for two: ₹ 1800
Romano’s is all about rustic, organic, authentic, home-style Italian fare that will transport you to the heart of Sicily, Milan, Rome, Naples, and Florence. Their barrel-aged cocktails are just a class apart and definitely worth trying by anyone who considers themselves a connoisseur. A deserving candidate on your list of best Easter restaurants in Mumbai, Romano's Easter brunch is slated to be a gala event featuring a medley of divine Italian staples along with a slew of occasion special delectables.
Must-haves: Wine Poached Pears, Mustard Rubbed Chicken Skewers, Potato & Leek Soup, Margherita Pizza, Lobster Risotto, Wild Mushroom Ravioli, Lamb Lasagna, Braised Pork Belly, and Tiramisu Nostrano.
Cost for two: ₹ 4000
JW Marriott's stellar in-house dining destination Lotus Cafe is popular for offering a smorgasbord of delicious culinary options. 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. In an attempt to immerse patrons in the festive spirit, JW Marriott is all set to devote coming Sunday to Easter special activities; from a spirited egg hunt to a tasting of decadent Easter treasures hand-crafted by legendary pastry chef Nicholas at Bombay Baking Company and a lavish Easter brunch on Sunday at Lotus Cafe, celebratory choices here are truly endless!
Must-haves: Hand-Breaded Mozzarella Squares, Mughlai Gilafi Seekh, Sicilian Love Pizza, Crispy Falafel Burrito, Juhu Chowpati Sandwich, and Classic Tiramisu.
Cost for two: ₹ 2800
Featuring a selection of Italian, Mediterranean, French, Tex-Mex, and Far-Eastern delicacies along with Indian regional favorites, The Earth Plate is a global cuisine restaurant and certainly one of the best dining destinations on our list of top Easter restaurants for a grand Sunday brunching experience in Mumbai. Known as one of the largest all-day dining restaurants in the city, here you can watch the culinary maestros at work at the live counters while you enjoy delicacies from around the world.
Must-haves: American Pancakes, Crisp Waffles, French Toast, Mustard Crusted Fish, Mezze Platter, Lamb Chops, Creamy Mushroom Crepes, and Blueberry Cheesecake.
Cost for two: ₹ 3000
A luxurious setup with alluring lamps, opulent interiors and unique delectables, Bayroute delivers it all. Hit up this exquisite dining destination with your entire fam and enjoy a stellar Easter brunch comprising traditional Middle Eastern delights along with a host of exceptional Easter food specials to jazz up your celebratory feast.
Must-haves: Kebab Joojeh, Labneh, Hummus, Kebab Istanbul and Alambre
Cost for two: ₹ 3000
An exclusive microbrewery with phenomenal music, a unique mixology culture, and surreal culinary creations, The Finch will not disappoint you. This global chain offers a scrumptious multicuisine menu that is off the charts and will fulfill all of your foodie cravings this Easter.
Must-haves: Chilli Cheese Cigar Rolls, Smoked Salmon Crostini, Chelo Kebabs with Khuboos, Signature chicken Tikka, Italian Omelet, Shitake Tartare, Chargrilled Chicken Sandwich, and Margherita Pizza.
Cost for two: ₹ 3000
A definite must-add to your list of best Easter restaurants is this sizeable crown jewel in Mumbai's culinary landscape. O Pedro brings a well-researched and carefully curated menu inspired by the Catholic and Portuguese cuisines of Goa. When it comes to celebrations and feasts, Easter is one occasion with absolutely no limits and O Pedro is going to do exactly that with its Easter Feaster Sunday brunch! You can expect innumerable plates of food, O Pedro’s signature brand of warmth & merriment, and of course, loads of Easter food specials including delectables like ‘Jeerem Meerem’ with pickled pumpkin, Stir Fry Mushrooms Sukh-ke, Rita’s Chicken Omelette Curry, occasion centric cocktails, and more from their special Easter brunch menu.
Must-haves: Sourdough Poee with Bal Chow Butter, Chicken Baffad Curry, Raw Papaya Kiss-Mur, Kal-Chi Kodi Devilled Eggs, Saraswat Tondak Curry, and Warm Egg Custard Tarts.
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
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.
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