WHERE TO GO BRUNCHING

THE BANDRA PROJECT

“The Bandra Project launched by Pizza Express effortlessly captures the spirit of brunch. The ‘Bosco’ salad of mushrooms and avocado is warm and well-mixed. Plated up in a curled piece of sour, cheesy galette, it sure gives us few favours.The Bandra Project’s luminous Art Deco lights and high ceilings give quite the ambience for a nice Sunday brunch.”

WASABI

“Wasabi by Morimoto at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, is most famous for its Iron Chef Morimoto-inspired Japanese dishes, sushi bar and teppanyaki counter. The omakase menu has a contemporary slant with dishes such as black cod miso, pork kakuni (braised belly) and wasabi crème brûlée, while there is also a range of innovative meat- and fish-free options including tomato carpaccio with yuzu and soy dressing.  Being in the heart of Mumbi with an equisite interior décor, the restaurant is a perfect spot to start your noon brunch.”

SANQI

SanQi is a paradise for Asian food lovers, with its open concept feature where visitors can marvel at the skillful work of the chefs on show. The Essence Brunch is a crucial part of their menu, and is beloved by loyal patrons who enjoy the brunch filled with JapaneseChineseThai and Indian flavours. SanQi’s dishes are deep rooted in Asian traditions and techniques, all of which are complemented by the décor and fixtures, such as the sushi bar.”

THE KORNER HOUSE

“The menu is a mix of the usual salads, soups, flatbreads, pastas and a few “farm” dishes (poultry, lamb and suchlike). The restaurant is divided into an alfresco section and a tastefully done-up indoor section, awash with natural light streaming in from several French windows. Comfortable couches in spruce blue, moss green and mustard liven up the place. From the “Farm” menu, we recommend the Confit Duck. Two perfectly Frenched duck legs sat amid a hearty and flavourful chorizo and mixed beans jus, the spicy chorizo a bit muted by the thick beans sauce. Definitely a must have !”

SEVEN KITCHENS

“Definitely, high on our list- Seven Kitchens offers the luxurious experience of their Sunday Brunch Avenue. Serving a varied array of global cuisines topped with its elegant ambiance, free flowing drinks and live entertainment ;visitors can truly relax and enjoy an ideal sunny brunch. Seven Kitchens is the most spacious of the four dining options at the Palladium Hotel, and is a perfect weekend brunch treat.”

YAUTCHA

“The Michelin-starred dim sum heaven has now opened its second branch in Mumbai, and we cannot get enough! The truffle and edamame dumplings, Char sui buns and tiger prawns were particularly delicious and the three style mushroom cheung fun was an absolute delight to eat. We definitely call this place mouthwateringly spectacular!”

INDIGO

“The highly respected Indigo is a long standing Mumbai favoruite. It has the honour of being the first restaurant that’s not part of an international hotel complex, to serve truly international food in the city. The restaurant’s diverse menu is predominantly inspired from France, Italy, the US and India. It’s also got one of the best wine lists in Mumbai. The Sunday brunch takes place in the restaurant’s Colonial bungalow, complete with alfresco dining area and live music. Conveniently located in south Mumbai’s Colaba area, it’s a must for Mumbai visitors.”

 

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