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If you have been packing your bags and are preparing to board a flight then you likely have a list of to-do things has been sorted already. Holiday trips and business travel form the major chunk of high flyers all around the globe. Here at ‘Travel After Five’, we cater to business travelers who love to explore the place they are going to after work hours instead of just cozy-ing up in their rooms. We must admit that along with places to see, yummy food is always on our mind when visiting a new city such as Mumbai.
When you land in India, you mostly land either in Delhi or Mumbai- the mega cities (with bubbling businesses) that have innumerable things to offer. After New York, if there is one city that is awarded the title of “City that never sleeps”: Mumbai. But where do you go to eat while in Mumbai? I have been visiting a number of eateries in Mumbai since I shifted to Mumbai few years ago. Along with travel, food experience is equally important when you are visiting a place.
North Indian & Mughlai Food
For Gujarati food If you are interested in Gujarati food after work, try Maharaja Bhog. The premium vegetarian options are sure to leave you satisfied.
South Indian Cuisine
For South Indian cuisine, Banana Leaf offers fine vegetarian dining. This restaurant has multiple branches throughout Mumbai.
Dome, Intercontinental will present you superb continental food. This restaurant in Mumbai is known for its rooftop view of the sea, and excellent place to visit with coworkers after a long day at the client.
For an irresistible sea food option, try Something’s Fishy. Vegetarian options are available here as well.
East Asian Food
If you are looking for East Asian flavors, there are a few excellent options in Mumbai. For tempting Japanese cuisine, try Wasabi By Morimoto which also offers sushi. For Chinese food, Hakkasan Mumbai offers some excellent choices. Recently, I also reviewed China Gate, an amazing dinner place for some more of the best Chinese food in Mumbai. Follow the link to read the complete review on my personal blog.
Every time that you come to Mumbai, you will have loads of options to enjoy evenings of good food, beverages of your choice, live music, dancing, stand up comedy and karaoke too.
What other restaurants would you recommend in Mumbai? Let us know in the comments below.
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