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Diners’ Club


From trendy rooftop lounges to Japanese izakayas, upscale Indian-fusion restaurant­s to iconic internatio­nal eateries—Mumbai has a dining destinatio­n for every mood.


Among the most awaited restaurant openings this year, 15 Ministry of Crab (MOC)’s Mumbai outlet serves the best seafood in the city. The menu includes classic dishes like avocado crab salad, clay pot prawn curry, and garlic chilli crab. Starts from `5,000/US$70 for two, ministryof­


Located in Marine Drive, 16 Vetro and Enoteca at The Oberoi, Mumbai is where Italian food-lovers and wine connoisseu­rs meet for exquisite meals. Pizza ‘tartufo,’ lamb pappardell­e, and gnocchi with burrata are highly recommende­d. Starts from `5,000/US$71 for two, oberoihote­


Founded over 50 years ago, 17 Swati Snacks is a popular restaurant serving Indian regional cuisine and Mumbai’s street food in a lovely setting. Try the famous panki chatni, sev puri and dal dhokli at any of their two locations in the city. Starts at `1,500/US$22 for two, swatisnack­

Clockwise from left: Ministry of Crab was launched in February; a serving of papri chaat, a local snack.


The award-winning 18 ITC Dum Pukht has an oldworld charm, and offers scrumptiou­s cuisine of the Awadhi Nawabs—the former royals of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. The signature dishes of biryani, kakori kebab, and shahi nehari are slow-cooked for hours for an authentic taste and aroma. Starts at `5,000/US$71 for two,


19 Wasabi by Morimoto at Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai is an institutio­n in itself. White fish carpaccio, black cod miso, and wasabi crème brulee are top performers. Starts from `12,000/US$170 for two,

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