Special occasions call for special places. In order to make an occasion memorable, the dining place must be unique, the ambience should be warm, the décor pleasing and of course the food, extraordinary. Across cuisines, Mumbai offers a plethora of dining options. So take your pick from among these 5 and enjoy an exceptional dining experience on your special day.
This restaurant with a distinct happy vibe offers a menu that has been inspired from the Catholic, Hindu Saraswat and Portuguese cuisines of Goa.
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The core remains authentic, but it is the inventive twist which makes the food even more endearing to the palate. Start with the Port Wine and Garlic Liver Pate. Try the Chorizo Chili Fry and the Veg Shtew Khat- Khate or Pork Belly Am-sol. The perfect place to celebrate a special occasion.
If Thai food is what you enjoy, head to this expansive and aesthetic restaurant in Juhu. The menu offers Thai food with a creative twist, covering dishes from all regions of Thailand. The snazzy bar offers wines and bespoke cocktails.
The Banana Blossom Salad, with chili jam, roasted coconut and Thai herbs will stimulate your appetite. For carnivores, the Isaan Minced Chicken Salad is a palate-pleaser. Try the Egg Noodle Wrapped Prawns, with its distinct spicy notes and well-balanced flavours with crab in yellow curry sauce, is a treat you cannot miss.
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The menu is an interesting amalgamation of French and Bengali cuisine, where mustard is the common ingredient. There is no attempt at fusion between the 2, but each cuisine is presented with its true flavours. Gorge on the Provencale Style Tartine or Kasundi Chicken. If indulgence is on your mind, opt for the Niramish or Machher Thala. Finish on a sweet note with Bhapa Doi or a Pantua. Relax, enjoy the good food and drinks and efficient service.
'Parisian Chef Alexis Gielbaum’s' curated menu offering dainty but hearty, small plates of classic French cuisine with a twist, amidst charming surroundings, will prove to be a memorable experience. The food is aesthetically presented and the flavours, authentic. Try the Seared Scallops, with a perfect texture, served with bacon, caramelised onion and whiskey cream, or perhaps the steak tartare. Round off your meal with the Paris Brest or Crème Brulee.
This stylish fine-dining restaurant with understated elegance transports you to the southeast corner of the Mediterranean - both in terms of décor as well as its menu. The Levantine food menu here is varied and covers a wide palate. Dig into the cold and hot mezze, grills, salads and breads, mains and desserts, as you sit back and soak the ambience. The fluffy, Warm Pita Bread with Hommos and Mouhamara, is a great way to start. The Tabbouleh is fresh, tangy and crunchy. The Lamb Kibbeh with a crispy crust, is melt-in-the-mouth and well-spiced. Although this cuisine is meat-centric, the vegetarian options are abundant too. For dessert, it has got to be the Baklava, here.
Food critic, features writer and columnist, Mini Ribeiro is a qualified Journalist, from IIMC New Delhi. She specialises in the Food & Beverage and Hospitality space. As an established food & beverage writer, Mini currently contributes to several leading English publications across the country – Asian Age, Hindustan Times, Sunday Financial Express, Hotelier India, Go Getter and Vistara inflight magazines and Rediff.com. She also has her own You Tube channel called Mini’s Food Fundas. Fond of cooking, Mini enjoys experimenting in the kitchen with various cuisines, with Indian regional food, being her favourite. She has recently started, a platform for home talent, called 'Flavours from Home', an initiative which aims to make women who are passionate about cooking, entrepreneurs.
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