Top 7 Restaurants You Must Visit In Bandra
Bandra is known for its posh residential colonies and numerous sightseeing spots like Bandra Bandstand, Bandra Fort, and more. You can even find some amazing street art on the walls of homes in this area. However, what makes this area even more popular is its crazy restaurant scene.
Some of the best restaurants and bars of Mumbai are situated in Bandra and you can dine here to satiate all your food and drinking cravings. While there are hundreds of restaurants in this area, we’ve scouted around to find the best of them so that you can go there and have a gala time.
If you’re in the mood for some modern Indian cuisine along with a dash of Italian food, JLWA is the place to head to. While their ambience will definitely win your hearts, their food will give you a serious run for your money. Do try out their Singapore Sling and Peri Peri Chicken Pizza.
Where: 3rd Floor, VN Sphere Turner, Linking Road, Bandra West
If you’re a meat lover, Candies is the place for you. They serve some of the finest chicken sandwiches out there and have an outdoor seating area. Tucked in a Portuguese-styled villa in the bylanes of Bandra, this place is great for hogging on comfort food with cold coffee by the side.
Imbiss maybe a tiny restaurant located in a narrow bylane of Bandra but it sure has garnered a loyal audience for itself. They’ve made a name for themselves with their Pork Ribs which come covered in barbeque sauce. Their portion sizes too are pretty huge so you can easily fill your tummies with a single dish!
Where: Shop 5, Ben-O-Lil Haven, 14, Waroda Road, Opp Bob Tailor, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050
4. Pali Village Cafe
Pali Village Cafe is known for its stunning interiors and cozy home-like environment. The restaurant may seem like a mini-villa but the food here is simply mouthwatering, to say the least. The perfect place for a Sunday brunch in Bandra, this restaurant will definitely please all your senses.
Where: Plot No:602, Dr. BR Ambedkar Road, Pali Naka, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050
Bastian is a heaven for all seafood lovers. But this doesn’t mean that vegans and vegetarians are not welcome here. They have some pretty cool options out there for vegans as well! While their Jumbo Prawns and Lobster Roll is a hit among all, do not miss out on finishing off your meal with a Cheesecake – they really know how to get it right!
Where: B/1, New Kamal Building, Opposite National College, Linking Road, Bandra West
6. Pali Bhavan
Pali Bhavan has been around for years now and has become a popular spot for the people of Bandra who are looking to have a fine-dining experience. They make their meals so well that you’ll be left licking your fingers by the end of the meal. Their Vada Pavs are pretty popular too!
Where: 10 Adarsh Nagar, Next to Costa Coffee, Pali Naka, Pali Hill, Bandra West
Craving some authentic Cantonese or Asian cuisines? Head over to Hakkasan in Bandra and enjoy the hospitality of this Michelin-star restaurant and soak in the cold blue lighting of the restaurant. Do give their signature dishes like Peking Duck with Caviar and Roasted Silver Cod with Champagne and Honey a shot, we’re sure all seafood lovers will love them!
Where: Krystal Building, 206, Waterfield Road, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050
Have you visited any of the restaurants mentioned above in the article? If so, do let us know your reviews in the comments section below. If you do have any other favorites, do mention their names in the comments for our readers.
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