Feast Your Eyes On The 5 Best-Looking Restaurants In Mumbai

Karishma Govil
Pranzi, Khar
Pranzi, Khar

It’s definitely a bonus when the restaurant that serves good food, also looks pretty-damn amazing, don’t you think? A lot of effort and innovation goes into creating a beautiful space. And the thing people don’t always realise is that interior decoration and lighting add to the ambiance of the place, and therefore to your overall experience.
Let’s take you through the best of the lot!

1. Arth, Bandra

Most certainly our favourite spot this monsoon!

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Arth is an offering from Alia Hospitality that is designed by the famous celebrity Gauri Khan. It is a multi-level space distinguished by a gorgeous, gas-free open kitchen. About it Gauri says,

The space is rustic-chic with soft lighting. Stunning old-world chandeliers are central to the design. They create an ambience that beautifully complements the food.

MM recommends: Bird in a nest

2. Tasting Room, Lower Parel

The Tasting Room is a popular spot among the SoBo crowd. It’s a great place to catch up with friends over a cup of coffee or even a meal and some good wine.

MM recommends: Beet & barley risotto

3. Pranzi, Khar

Pranzi, Khar
Pranzi, Khar

Located in Khar West, this place is a hidden gem. Apart from their signature sizzler festivals and delicious desserts, their interiors are something of a conversation-starter. The dining area and the sheesha area are both equally tasteful. Head to Pranzi to experience great food and a royal ambience.

MM recommends: The sizzler combos (Customisable)

4. The Table, Colaba

This place is so elegant and classic. We love the clean interiors and the minimalism of the space. The food here is exquisite and it is definitely a must-visit.

MM Recommends: Provençal lamb ragoût

5. Taj Mahal Tea House, Bandra

Apart from their popular high-tea affairs, their interiors are mostly the reason you’d visit here. Sipping on a righteous cup of chai, you’ll be awestruck by their quaint interiors. The combination of vintage walls and tiles make it a cosy spaceto read a book or catch up with her friend.

MM recommends: High-tea platter

Aside from the great food and service, these fancy places will give your eyes a treat too. Which one are you dying to try? Comment and tell us!

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