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This fine-dining restaurant known for pioneering a food revolution and making community dining hip, way back in 2011, has a casual but chic setting. The easy-going and friendly vibe is unmistakable. The large community table along with some smaller ones, dominate the ground floor. The mezzanine floor offers seating as well. The inventive food menu is limited and ingredient centric but offers distinctive global dishes. Additions are made each season according to the availability of ingredients. Farm to the plate is a mantra, strictly adhered to here. The San Francisco inspired bar offers an array of global wines. The fresh and high-quality ingredients impart a lightness to the dishes, which are an ecstasy to the palate. Try the season specialities as those are not available regularly. The food here can be enjoyed by a discerning gourmand else, the price weighs a bit too heavy on the wallet. The staff is attentive and expectedly articulate, offering impeccable service.
Since my last visit to Mumbai five years ago, the dining scene has improved by leaps and bounds. We went to the Table as a group, since it was near to the Taj Hotel where we were staying. We went up the stairs and the large dining room had a nice ambience. The service was excellent and the staff was able to explain and suggest the dishes. The food was served rapidly and the taste was a sort of fusion taste and quite delicious. I ordered the lamb shank for my main and was one of the best shanks I have eaten. Although I did not pay for it, I was told that the restaurant was quite pricey.
One of the finest restaurants I have had the pleasure to dine at. A few hundred meters from the Gateway to India arch, it is fine dining at the very best. In any other country it would be a three star Michelin restaurant.
The Table ...... Isn’t this a simple wonderful name. I wish to share my review of table (my very 1st visit) We called to book a table and were told that they will try and best accommodate us if we make it on time. When we arrived we were greeted by a smiling face. The manager himself Mr. Bhushan who guided us to the long table. He told us to start here and once we have any other table available he shall shift us there. He immediately asked his team to take our order where a simple need analysis was done by the server (i feel bad I forgot his name) and he came up with suggestions of items we should order. One after the other the stuff that kept coming was simply outstanding. I was equally impressed with the speed of the service. Bhushan is a hands-on manager. A complete asset to the company. The food quality was top notch and so was the service of the staff. At all times we felt being taken care of. The staff maintains eye contact and immediately arrives when asked for. The ambience of the place is so nice, I have to say that we felt tht the big table was a better sitting place than the individual tables people reserve. I wish to congratulate the management to have such a motivated team. This place is now a regular for me. Good Job Bhushan and the server ...... Best Wishes Always 👏👏
I made a reservation and was staying just around the corner at Abode. However, I had a crazy busy day and very nearly cancelled to take to to my bed but am so glad I didn't. What a treat! After 10 days of curry I needed a break from the norm and The Table was perfect! Fresh salads, scrumptious meatballs, chocolate decadence, great cocktails and super efficient staff made my last night in Mumbai fantastic
A pricey meal (2,500 per head with no drinks at all, a couple of starters for the table, a main each -no high end ingredients- & a single dessert). Still, with the exception of the dessert, a good meal. The food was all at expected standards for a fine dining restaurant. The dessert was, however, not acceptable... Labelled as a strawberry shortcake...the pastry was anything but shortcake pastry, more a soft sponge layer. That notwithstanding, I would still recommend this if you are in the mood for a non-Indian meal, and have a rather elastic budget. The staff were very helpful & deserve a special mention.
Mumbai being a very gastronomically advanced city goes through its own phases of food evolution. As more and more world-travelled restauranteurs and gourmets are making their way towards the city’s shores, the lanes of Mumbai have gained a sophisticated sheen. Casual dining scene, which at one time was limited to burgers and pizza chains have found a taste of European-style dining. Crisply dressed people lounging with a cup of coffee and laptops in those newly initiated bistros have become a common sight in Mumbai. But the debate is who started it all? Many say ‘The Table’. This chic quaint bistro first popped up on Mumbai’s dining scene in 2011 and since then has popularized the concept of brunching in the city. The Table bought with it the trend of community dining and gave it a stylish air.
The bistro can be found tucked at Kalapesi Trust Building in Colaba, Mumbai and is quite a hotspot for the fashionable set of Mumbai. Their menu is a mix of Continental and European, backed by a wonderful bar selection crammed with some mouth-watering wines. Food is ingredient-centric and once is a while the menu goes through a transformation as per the availability of the freshest produce. Their farm to table thumb rule goes down famously with the patrons. Let the sommelier do his magic while you focus on your first course. Foray into the menu with an assortment of salads and soups. Or pick, shrimp dumplings, pan roasted crab cake, zucchini spaghetti, boneless chicken wings and yellowfin tuna tataki. Feast on further with, red wine risotto, ratatouille sandwich, tenderloin steak, Provençal lamb ragout, swiss chard ravioli and cheese quesadilla.
The Table looks and is expensive. Polish off a helping of tiramisu or caramel ice cream before letting out a satisfied sigh. The food is out of this world, almost making you believe that you are dining in a city like San Francisco. Well, the chef is a SF native, so maybe that adds to the menu. The interiors are rather stunning. Name The Table hints on its community table concept where people from all walks of life can sit and eat on one long table in harmony. Out of two levels, the lower one is dedicated to this idea of community tables but for a cozier intimate setting, head upstairs. The décor is stylish, modern, elegant and yet a bit casual.