10 Most Exotic and Luxurious Buffets in Mumbai For Your Indulgence
Mumbai is known for its wide variety of food. Almost every type of cuisine can be found in the city. From the roadside stalls to vast 5 star hotels, Mumbai is truly a heaven for all foodies. For those who wish to have variety in their meals, buffets are the best option and usually, also the most pocket friendly.
The Other Side of Buffets
While most go opt for buffets because of the value for money, many choose to go for the same to experience a variety of dishes which cannot be found elsewhere. These buffets tend to be expensive and offer a very unique experience. Here, we have listed the most premium buffets in Mumbai for your indulgence.
1. Souk, Taj Mahal Palace
This Mediterranean restaurant in one of the best 5 star hotels in Mumbai, The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. It is one of the best places to have Arabic food in the city. Whether you are a vegetarian or a non-vegetarian, The Mezze Lunch Buffet here offers a wide variety of cold and hot mezzes like Moutabel, Cheese Fatayer and Chicken Saidway.
Where: The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001
Cost: Rs. 1950/- per person
2. Vista, Taj Lands’ End
Located in one of the finest hotels in Mumbai, Vista offers exquisite continental delicacies. They offer lunch and dinner buffets throughout the week which mainly consist of exotic soups, salads, Indian cuisine and loads of desserts to satiate your inner sweet lover. This definitely is one of the best buffet restaurants in Mumbai.
Where: Bandstand Fort, Byramji Jeejeebhoy Road, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050
Cost: Rs. 2031/- per person on weekdays
Rs.3107/- per person on Saturdays
3. 24/7 Restaurant, The Lalit Mumbai
This restaurant in The Lalit Mumbai stays true to its name and remains open 24/7. They not only offer lunch and dinner buffets, but also have a special hotel buffet for breakfast on every single day of the week. If you are looking to have a full meal post-midnight, this is the perfect place for it. Be prepared to gorge on some exquisite Indian and continental dishes. This has to be on your list for one of the best places to eat late at night in Mumbai.
Where: The Lalit Mumbai, Sahar Airport Road, Andheri East, Mumbai, Chakala, Mumbai
Cost: Rs. 1750/- per person
4. Pan Asian, ITC Maratha
This Asian cuisine restaurant in the grand ITC Maratha offers brunch on Sundays. Get ready to savor a wide array of delicious vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, from starters to exotic desserts. The delicious hotel buffet can also include sparkling wine and Champagne for those who choose to drink.
Where: ITC Maratha, Sahar Road, Chakala, Mumbai
Cost: Rs. 1950/- per person without alcohol
Rs.2450/- per person with sparkling wine
Rs.2950/- per person with Champagne
5. The Peshwa Pavilion, ITC Maratha
Yet another amazing restaurant in the ITC Maratha, The Peshwa Pavilion is the perfect place for those looking to indulge in traditional North Indian food. The Sunday brunches here will give you a chance to gorge on delicious preparations like Chole Bhature, Batata Vada, Tomato Shorba and Samosas.
Where: ITC Maratha, Sahar Road, Chakala, Mumbai
Cost: Rs. 1600/- per person without alcohol
6. Citrus, The Leela Mumbai
Lunch buffets at this restaurant are among the best in the city. This is your chance to see chefs making shawarma and dosas live in front of you on the grill. The buffet includes various international preparations as well. You can indulge in this buffet on all days of the week except Sundays, when you can try out their brunch.
Where: The Leela Mumbai, Andheri-Kurla Road, Sahar, Andheri East, Chakala, Mumbai
Cost: Rs.1795/- per person
7. Glasshouse, Hyatt Regency
With its floor to ceiling glass windows, Glasshouse in Hyatt Regency is a very well-lit restaurant. Featuring a vast collection of western and Asian delicacies along with Indian preparations, this restaurant has also got a wide variety of healthy soups and salads for the health conscious customers. You can see the chefs preparing your dishes in front of you and can dine with the view of a pool.
Where: Hyatt Regency, Sahar Airport Road, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400059 Cost: Rs.1699/- per person
8. Pondicherry Cafe, Sofitel
This all-day restaurant in Sofitel offers a wide variety of dishes in their lunch buffet. It is especially a paradise for chicken lovers, with juicy and succulent grilled chicken and chicken biryani made to perfection. Be prepared to be spoilt for choice when choosing from the wide range of desserts here. For the health conscious customers, they also have a plethora of freshly squeezed juices.
Where: Sofitel Hotel, C 57, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
Cost: 2900/- per person
9. Fifty Five East, Grand Hyatt
A wide array of delectable preparations awaits you at Fifty Five East in Grand Hyatt. Be prepared to be spoilt for choice when you see the multi-cuisine offerings from across the globe. With interactive live stations and regional chefs preparing your dishes in front of you, your dining experience here shall be nothing short of special.
Where: Grand Hyatt, Off Western Express Highway, Santacruz East, Mumbai
Cost: Rs. 1275/- per person
10. The Brasserie, Hilton Mumbai International Airport
Located near the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, the Brasserie boasts of enormous bay windows overlooking the swimming pool. You can gorge on exotic preparations from Indian, French, Italian, Oriental and Mediterranean cuisines here. This restaurant also features an outdoor seating area and is open throughout the day.
Where: Hilton Mumbai International Airport, Sahar International Airport Road, Chakala, Mumbai
Cost: Rs. 1600/- per person except Sundays
It is indeed a treat to dine in a 5 star hotels’ restaurant and experience the epitome of hospitality. If you have not tried out the splendid buffets that these restaurants offer, then it is about time that you do so. Do not forget to let us know your experiences in the comments!
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