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  • 1

    Gaylord Restaurant

    1 review

    My favorite go to restaurant in Mumbai for their reliable classics. Service is always good. I enjoy sitting on the patio any time of year. Monsoon rains, no problem. Warm nights, delightful. Breakfast is enjoyable too. Don't skip a visit to their pastry shop.

    Popular withBusinessDesignFamilies
  • 2

    Thalassa

    6 reviews

    If there's one restaurant you should not miss when in Goa, it's Thalassa. Run by a Greek lady, Mariketty (who makes sure you get a hug before you leave) - this place will redefine your expectations of good food and a good restaurant. Call or visit early for the best cliffside sea view tables. And whatever you do, don't miss ...

    Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLocal
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  • 3

    Leopold Cafe

    13 reviews

    Cafe Leopold is a bustling, open air cafe that has become somewhat of an institution in Mumbai. Duck in for a cold beer in the sweltering heat, or just to get a break from the madness of the streets outside. Food is good, not amazing, but the atmosphere is fun.

    Popular withNightlifeLocalFoodies
  • 4

    Khan Chacha

    One of Delhi's favorite kebab places, Khan Market's Khan Chacha was once a hole in the wall but is now is inside and has a few plastic tables.

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  • 5

    Salt Water Cafe

    8 reviews

    a little expensive but absolutely worth it!!♡sangria♡

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  • 6

    Bade Miyan

    Amazing street food in Mumbai - totally safe - only open at night. There is usually a huge line to get food here, and it is worth waiting for. Everything is fresh and delicious.

    Popular withFoodiesLocalAdventure
  • 7

    The Big Chill Cafe Pvt Ltd

    5 reviews

    This casual family restaurant specializes in pizzas, pastas and deserts, and is a great place to go if you want a break from Indian cuisine. The chocolate squidgy cake is to die for, and the shakes are some of the best in town. My personal favourite dish here is the vodka penne pasta although the salads are pretty good, too. ...

    Popular withVegetarianFoodiesFamilies
  • 8

    Hotel Vaishali

    5 reviews

    Very nice casual place popular with college students. Delicious food and friendly customers. Enjoyed the dirty plastic chairs, shared tables and overall fun of the place.

    Popular withFoodiesBudgetFamilies
  • 9

    Out of the Blue

    5 reviews

    Great high ceilings, fantastic sangrias and all the beautiful people of Mumbai. Good food of course!

  • 10

    Bukhara

    5 reviews

    One of Bill Clinton's favorite restaurants (presumably from before he went vegan), Bukhara serves some of the richest, heaviest food in all of Delhi. They specialize in NW Frontier cuisine, which has its origins in NW Pakistan. Most of the dishes here are based around meat, but as with most restaurants in India, there are plenty of veg options. Note ...

    Popular withFoodiesLuxuryVegetarian
  • 11

    Karim's

    5 reviews

    Karim is probably the best known yet the most difficult to find restaurants in Delhi. Located as it is in the Diagon Alley I mean Chandni Chowk area with it's narrow and dark alley, finding way to Karim is tough bot as you gorge on some delectable cuisines you feel it was really worth it. Karim's is fondly referred to ...

    Popular withBusinessHistoryOutdoor
  • 12

    Bhagat Tarachand

    One of the best and simple vegetarian food in mumbai

    Popular withVegetarian
  • 13

    Aroma Restaurant

    4 reviews

    Kashmir's first open air restaurant situated at famous place of Srinagar "Makai Park" on Dal Lake Boulevard. You can enjoy the surroundings while having your meals. It is nice place for family. You can "Dine In" or "Take Away" from the restaurant. The tag line for the restaurant is "Flavour of the Valley" which real suits the place.

    Popular withFamilies
  • 14

    Cafe Mondegar

    4 reviews

    Relaxed place with a mix of tourists and locals. Great food and pretty cheap, offers a mix of Indian, Chinese and western food. The chicken tikka was delicious (250 rupis) and so was everything else (can of Pepsi 50 rupis, beer 160).

  • 15

    Chitale Bandhu Mithaiwale

    They have a very nice selection of local snack foods. Grab a bunch for your hotel room, car trip and to take back home.

    Popular withBusinessFoodiesFamilies
  • 16

    K.C Das Pvt Ltd

    6 reviews

    a sweet sweet shop.. they are the ones who invented the succulent, spongy sweet with a unique, distinctive taste called "The Rossogolla", bengali sweets are so yummy uv got to try them.. i also love ras-malai, misti doi, nolen gurer sondesh, nolen gurer rossogolla.. website link: www.kcdas.co.in/ pls go there and read abt them, they are legendary.

  • 17

    Paradise Restaurant

    5 reviews

    Not sure what the fuss is about. Super popular joint in Secunderabad - But I found the food to be very average. Will not repeat.

  • 18

    News Cafe

    5 reviews

    Great music. really good food.***** for hospitality and service

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  • 19

    California pizza kitchen

    5 reviews

    The best part of the menu is that it has been customized to suit the Indian palate and at the same time retains the western touch. The place is ideal for a round of drinks or an elaborate famuily lunch/dinner and even a business meeting. The best part however is the amazing collection of desserts especially the red velvet cake. ...

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  • 20

    Yauatcha

    4 reviews

    Nice casual, hip atmosphere. Good was pretty good. Order all vegetarian, those were the best dishes.

    Popular withVegetarianTrendsters
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