14 Restaurants You Should Visit The Next Time You're In South Bombay

Karishma Govil , 02 Aug 2018
The Clearing house, fort | Image Source: www.shutterstock.com
The Clearing house, fort | Image Source: www.shutterstock.com

Our team at MissMalini loves good food. We go around exploring good places to eat all the time. We’ve been to Bandra, Khar and many other locations to hunt for the best dishes. Today, we’re listing down places that you should visit if you’re in South Bombay. Here they are.

1. Bayroute, Cuffe Parade

MM Recommends: Lotus Drama
Approximate ost For Two: ₹3,000 ++

2. The Clearing House, Fort

MM Recommends: Lobster Thermidor
Approximate ost For Two: ₹3,000 ++

3. Kalaghoda cafe, Fort

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Tuesday Mood : Comfort Food 🍕 😍 Nothing like a warm pepperoni pizza with a side of Mumbai Monsoons ☔️ I’m a sucker for a good pepperoni pizza and I love that this one is relatively light ! I think most of us can agree that Kala Ghoda Cafe rarely disappoints 💕 Offered on an organic wholewheat base as well as a gluten free base, this pizza is a #MunchkinMustTry !! • • • • #pepperoni #pizza #pepperonipizza #comfortfood #cheese #glutenfree #pizzalover #instalike #instadaily #instayum #instamumbai #foodspiration #dailyfoodfeed #buzzfeast #mumbaifood #dinner #mumbai #mumbaifoodie #foodporn #foodblogger #foodlover #india #food #foodstagram #foodie #foodpics #instafood #instafoodie #instagood

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MM Recommends: Red Thai Rawas
Approximate ost For Two: ₹650 ++

4. Ling’s Pavillion, Colaba

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Monday night at Lings Pavilion. ps. It's a dry day!

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MM Recommends: Jumbo Crabs
Approximate ost For Two: ₹1,500 ++

5. The Table, Colaba

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Our recommendation for tonight – The Whale by bartender, Shreyansh Patel. While reading about Ketal One, owned by the Nolet family, he came across Windmill De Walvisch, the biggest windmill built by them in 1794 which translates to 'The Whale'. . Served in a martini glass and garnished with a pineapple wedge and leaves to symbolize the tail of a whale, the two main flavour components of the drink are avocado and basil from The Table Farm, which also give the drink its light green colour. Fresh pineapple juice and agave syrup add acidity and sweetness to the drink and a splash of fresh lemon juice combines and balances out all the flavours. . #thetablrcocktails #thetable #thetablecolaba #thetablemumbai #thetablebrunch #thetabledinner #mumbairestaurants #mumbaidining #celebrations #finedining #globalcuisine #thewhale #signatureserve #finalist #DiageoWorldClass18 #cocktailsmumbai #beverage #drink #drinkgoals #ketelone #noletfamily 📸 @arth_gintended

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MM Recommends: Chicken Under A Brick
Approximate ost For Two: ₹4,000 ++

6. Pizza By The Bay, Churchgate

MM Recommends: Bombay Masala Pizza
Approximate ost For Two: ₹2,000 ++

7. Fountain Sizzlers, Fort

MM Recommends: Butter Grilled Chicken
Approximate ost For Two: ₹1,700 ++

8. Trattoria – Vivanta By Taj President, Cuffe Parade

MM Recommends: Pepperoni Sausage Slices
Approximate ost For Two: ₹2,700 ++

10. The Pantry, Fort

MM Recommends: Thyme Roasted Chicken
Approximate ost For Two: ₹1,400 ++

11. Trishna, Fort

MM Recommends: Jumbo Crab
Approximate ost For Two: ₹2,200 ++

12. Leopold Cafe & Bar, Colaba

MM Recommends: Golden Fried Prawns
Approximate ost For Two: ₹1,600 ++

13. Cafe Mondegar, Colaba

MM Recommends: Pollo Corden Bleu
Approximate ost For Two: ₹1,300 ++

14. Royal China, Fort

MM Recommends: Dim Sum Platter
Approximate ost For Two: ₹2,500 ++

So, the next time you’re in town, make sure to try these places that have been recommended by the South Bombay residents. Which restaurant is your favourite? Tell us in the comments below.

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