Top 10 Fine Dine Restaurants In Mumbai

1. Wasabi by Morimoto

Wasabi by Morimoto

Why you should visit: Possibly the most expensive restaurant on this list but definitely worth every one of your pennies. If you’re a Sushi lover, visit Wasabi for an amazing food experience that overlooks the Gateway of India. Japanese food is a speciality here but the restaurant serves other cuisines well of similar quality. Must try’s include spicy tuna, salmon sashimi and prawn tempura chef special. The restaurant is also famous for its delicate desserts that look straight out of MasterChef!

Location: The Taj Mahal Palace,Colaba

Cost for 2: Rs 12,000

2. Yauatcha


Why you should visit: As the name suggests, this restaurant offers Chinese food. It is a Michelin star restaurant from London that has branched out to Mumbai. The restaurant offers Asian and Cantonese  food as well. Tea is surprisingly addition to this fancy restaurant and also a specialty here. The interiors of Yauatcha depict similarities of  old Chinese tea houses, which create the ambience of dining in China. Must try’s include the truffle and edamame dumplings, the mushroom Cheung fun and their Udon noodles along with their Chilli oi.

Location: Bandra Kurla Complex, East

Cost for 2: Rs 2,800



Why you should visit: Overlooking Mumbai’s iconic skyline and an ambiance like none other, Dome at Intercontinental is a beautiful open air restaurant. It is open only in the evenings, 5 pm onwards which saves you from the torturous Mumbai heat- if you’re visiting during the summers. The beautiful furniture along with the breaktaking views of the city make this restaurant ideal for a dinner date as well as a luxurious dinner out with your loved ones.

Location: Hotel Intercontinental, 135, Churchgate

Cost for 2: Rs 3,500

4. Golden Dragon

Golden Dragon

The 40-year-old Restaurant was the first place to serve authentic Chinese cuisine in Mumbai. One complimentary serving right when you enter the restaurant is a cup of Chinese tea that adds to the whole ambience of the restaurant. Chef Hemant Oberoi gives you a wide array of appetisers and main course,and some must try’s of the restaurant would be the Lotus Root and Celery Dim Sum, Crispy Prawn Taro, Standing Pomfret, and the Crispy lamb.

The restaurant is situated in the magnificent Taj Mahal Palace which automatically makes it a fine dining affair. The Chinese are also known for their amazing fine dining etiquette and this little China in Mumbai helps you experience the  Chinese fine dining culture.

Location: The Taj Mahal Palace, Apollo Bunder,Colaba

Cost for 2: Rs 4,000

5. Ziya


Why you should visit: The magnificent Oberoi hotel restaurant specialises in Indian Cuisine. The head chef of this restaurant is known for his imaginative presentations of simple Indian dishes. The restaurant also serves some exquisite dishes made from some very exotic Indian ingredients. Ziya translates into  ‘light, magnificence, splendor’and the restaurant has ensured that the ambience of the place reflects just that! The glass-enclosed show kitchen offers diners the opportunity to watch the chefs at work while discovering India’s tastes and aromas through the multi-course Gourmand tasting menu.

Location: Nariman Point

Cost for 2: Rs 4,500

Also Read: Best Places to Eat in Ahmedabad

6. Indigo


Why you should visit: Flickering candles, fairy lights and haute cuisine make the multi-award-winning Indigo restaurant a must visit on a special occasion.The restaurant has been made out of an age old bungalow in South Mumbai and Indigo serves a great mix of European-Asian cuisine. Rahul Akerkar, an experienced chef of the culinary world heads this restaurant. The decor is simple and minimalistic but the trees around this open space make the ambiance even better. Guests can sample slivers of roast duck, pork chops and other star dishes.. The have a lovely bar with some fancy wines which make for the perfect dinner date, along with the unforgettable background of the restaurant.

Location: Colaba

Cost for 2: Rs 4,500


Why you should visit: Set amid a lush canopy of 100-year-old rain trees with a stunning backdrop of historic buildings and the green of the Mahalaxmi Race Course, Neel impresses with its fairyland interiors and Nawabi Muslim cuisine from Hyderabad, Kashmir and Lucknow. Another Indian cuisine speciality, the head chef at Neel gives a new twist to traditional dishes, serving them alongside pineapple chutney, orange soup and even mildly spiced apple curry. The restaurant is known for its immaculate spread of vegetarian and non vegetarian kebabs.  Hyderabadi fish and whole lambs make appearances. Vegetarian dishes such as chilgoze ka shorba (a thick soup made of pine nuts), Kashmiri seb ki sabzi (a curry made of Kashmiri apples), achari portobello mushrooms and gucchi ki biryani (rice cooked with morel mushrooms) are some yummy Indian dishes you need to try out!

8.San- Qi

San- Qi
Credit: idiva

Why you should visit:  The most exotic cuisines of the East – Japanese, Chinese, Thai and Indian – beautifully clash here, resulting in an eclectic culinary experience. The materials used in its surroundings, such glass and natural wood and the dramatic staircase linking the restaurant’s two floors create a theatrical atmosphere. San-Qi serves many tastes, featuring tandoor kitchens, a wok station, a sushi bar, a teppanyaki table and robata grill. Among the chefs’ favorites is a desirable selection of nigiri sushi, galawati kebab (Lucknow-style marinated lamb kebab) and fugu tataki (globe fish). Under the sounds of new Indian jazz, one can wander through the selection of handpicked wines from Bordeaux and the Nashik region in India.

Location: The Four Seasons

Cost for 2:

9. The Table

The Table
Credit: The Table

Why you should visit: The Table stands among Mumbai’s biggest culinary hits. It was considered one among the Best 500 Restaurants in Asia back in 2013. The interior decor of the restaurant will leave you with wanderlust feelings; wishing to personally experience the different locations depict around the restaurant. Under the direction of the San Franciscan expat chef Alex Sanchez, the cuisine is simple, pure and ingredient-driven. His international work experience provides the restaurant with some top class food- meant only for fine dining. The food inspirations come from across the globe and Table is known to use the finest, locally produced vegetables, meat and fish to achieve at all their dishes.

Location: Colaba

Cost for 2: Rs 4,500

10. Gadda Da Vida

Gadda Da Vida

Why you should visit: Your weekend escape has to be at Gadda Da Vida! The decor of this restaurant has Arabian sea views and is open air thus giving you the experience of dining in style! They serve continental food. There is a lack of a wide spread of food with respect to the variety but is perfect if you want to grab a drink, have some finger food or a pizza and enjoy the sunset. Currently, they have a minimum spend criteria of INR 1200 per person. Since the items on the menu are on the expensive side, the per person cost can be easily utilised.

Location: Novotel Hotel, Juhu

Cost for 2: Rs 4,500

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