Top 7 Restaurants In Mumbai Where You Can Hog Food Till 3 AM
You’ve had a wholesome and hearty dinner and you’re absolutely full. But then when you’re watching a movie or playing your favorite game late at night, hunger pangs suddenly strike again. You don’t want to have biscuits and cookies from your kitchen drawer. So what are your food options after 12 am in Mumbai?
For Night Owls With Midnight Hunger Pangs
There is a reason why they call Mumbai the city that never sleeps. You can go out as late as you want and even get delicious food at the street side stalls or get it delivered right at your doorstep. The next time you have a midnight food craving, here are some late-night restaurants you should check out in Mumbai. The ones listed here are open till 3am:
Bademiya is a favorite among all the late night owls who get crazy food cravings at unearthly hours. Originally a humble street stall started by a 13-year-old boy with just Rs 20, it has now become one of the best places in Mumbai to try lip-smacking kebabs.
Their Baida Rotis and Specialty Ethnic Curries are other popular dishes there. A word of warning though, the restaurant has a very limited seating area and because of its popularity, it tends to get crowded.
Where: Tulloch Road, Behind Hotel Taj Mahal, Apollo Bandar, Colaba
2. Local – World Cuisine Kitchen
The name of this eatery may be Local, but they have a platter full of world cuisines on offer. They have a cozy ambience, but if you want some fresh air, just take a table in their outdoor seating area. Their momos, rumali rotis, and butter chicken are highly recommended. The best part is that this restaurant still opens till 4:30 am!
Where: Shop 5, Plot 7, Upvan Building, DN Nagar, 4 Bungalows, Mumbai
3. The Night Chulha
This restaurant in Oshiwara is dedicated to all those who like to hog post midnight. The Night Chulha opens its doors at 7 PM and stays opens till 4:30 AM everyday. Do not expect a fancy decor to welcome you there. It’s a simple street side joint that draws crowds for its delicious food more than ambience. You might have to wait for a while to get a seat there because it usually stays extremely crowded.
Where: 818, Royal Sand Society, Opposite Vagad Visha Hall, New Link Road, Adarsh Nagar, Oshiwara, Andheri West
4. Mogul Sarai
Mogul Sarai’s warmly lit interiors and neat decor exude a warm vibe that is welcoming at once. Located close to Bandra station, this restaurant is an absolute blessing for night owls; it stays open till 5AM! So even if you want an early breakfast, you know where to go in Bandra. Their Zaffrani Biryani and Dal Makhani will keep you craving for more.
Where: Near Bandra Railway Station, Next To Citibank ATM, Bandra Talao, Bandra West
Move over omlets, sunny side ups, and egg bhurji. There is so much more you can experiment with egg. If you are an egg lover who is seeking out new egg varieties, AndaMental is the right place for you. Their mantra is to innovate with fusion food and most of their dishes are inspired from Mughlai, Chinese, and North Indian recipes. You can check out some of the best dishes at AndaMental in our article here.
Where: Shop No.4, Sarkar Corner, Next To Garden Court Restaurant, Off. J.P Road Veera Desai Road, Andheri East, Mumbai
Pishu’s main focus areas are juices, milkshakes and smoothies, and salads.So, if you’re health conscious and don’t want your late-night binging habit to meddle with your diet plan, head over to Pishu’s. Their organic food options include protein pro salad, pasta salad, exotic salads and more. What makes these salads unique is that they are served hot there!
Where: Andheri West, Juhu, Malad West
Known for maintaining a high standard of decor and food, Zaffran sees a packed house on almost all weekdays. If you’re looking for a quiet lunch, Zaffran can be a disappointment. But post midnight, it’s more peaceful there. Their special Murgh Biryani and Gosht Biryani are definitely the stuff of legends. We can’t get enough of it!
Where: 1st Floor, R City Mall, LBS Marg, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai
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