The food scene in Mumbai is as vibrant as the city itself. There is something new to be explored at all times. With new restaurants and cafes popping up every now and then, you can never get bored of the same dining experience. The new year 2023 saw a slew of eateries opening their doors to the ever-hustling Mumbaikars, offering unique gastronomical experiences. If you haven’t checked out these new restaurants and cafes in Mumbai yet, head out now. And don’t forget to go with an empty stomach and a full appetite.
Here’re 7 New Restaurants To Visit In Mumbai In 2023
1. Cafe Isvara
Popular restaurant Poco Loco’s founder Megha Datwani has launched its new wholesome cafe – Isvara in Khar. The space is intended to manifest slow living in our modern lives. It is also one of the few open-air and pet-friendly cafes in the suburbs and opens as early as 9 AM to offer you classic, delicious breakfast options like a variety of Omelettes, Eggs Benedict, Egg Florentine, Akuri Style Keema Pau and more. The menu embraces some of the best Indian – Continental foods including different tea options, smoothies, and healthy and nutritious salads. One can enjoy indulging in a range of dishes such as Mezze Platter, Healthy Chicken Buddha Bowl and Pesto & Sundried Fettuccine amongst many more. Isvara also offers an elaborate ‘Tea Menu’ available in hot and iced options.
- What: Cafe Isvara
- Where: Backyard, Hotel Shubhangan, 21st Rd, Khar West
- When: 9am – 11pm
- Cost: INR 1,000 for two people (approx.)
2. The Burrow
The Burrow is a newly-opened modern European Bar & Kitchen, which offers a menu of contemporary European dishes and a weekly Chef’s special menu. Dishes like chicken popcorn, Grilled fish, Birria pulled lamb taco and Birria Coloccasia tacos, paired with interesting dips are a must-try. Also, end your meal with yummy desserts like Kahlua Panna Cotta and White Chocolate Crumb.
- What: The Burrow
- Where: Adani Inspire, G Block BKC, Patthar Nagar, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East
- When: 8:30 am – 11:30 pm
- Cost: INR 2,800 for two (approx.)
Balmy, the all-day cafe & bar, takes you on a culinary journey of delicious natural flavours and caters to all dietary preferences such as vegan, vegetarian, Jain, and non-vegetarian. Located in Breach Candy, Balmy cafe promises to take you on a lip-smacking gastronomic journey with its versatile menu that includes breakfast dishes, salads, hummus-based-specials, sandwiches, and sliders, Balmy Truffle Cocktail Bites, Dimsum & Bao, Sushi, wafer-thin pizzas, signature kinds of pasta; Continental, Asian & Indian large plates, and desserts. Chilli Omelette, Burrata Bowl, Truffle Mushroom Hummus, Spicy Crispy Chicken Sandwich, Edamame Pods and Pink Paneer Tikka are some of the dishes to try.
- What: Balmy
- Where: Bhulabhai Desai Marg, Breach Candy, Cumballa Hill,
- When: 12:00 pm – 1:30 am
- Cost: INR 1,800 for two (approx.)
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If you are a vegetarian, check out the all-new luxury restaurant and bar- Millo. The food and beverage offerings at Millo are a reflection of the place- the dishes are packed with flavour and presented with a good blend of modern vegetarian recipes. The versatile food menu includes everything right from soups, small plates, contemporary chaats, thin-crust pizzas, sushi, mini meals, large plates, and salads, to bar specials, hot plates, signature plates of pasta, dumplings, and more. Some of the must-try dishes include Pita Galouti, Chilaquiles Filo Cups, Turkish twist bajri vada, Millo’s Pizza and 5 Spice Bao.
- What: Millo
- Where: Ground Floor, Times Tower, Kamla Mills Compound, Lower Parel
- When: 12:00 pm – 1:00 am
- Cost: INR 2,000 for two (approx.)
5. Demy Cafe & Bar
Demy, the all-new dazzling restaurant located in Kamala Mills is a breath-taking evolution of culinary adventures. The authentic and sophisticated cafe, and bar, offer a wide array of global cuisines. Demy is a place where you can savour the taste of the most popular cuisines in the most relaxing setting. Truffle Mushroom Purple Rice Roll, Yaki Udon Noodles and Nutella San Sebastian Cheesecake are worth trying.
- What: Demy
- Where: Kamala Mills Compound, Lower Parel
- When: 12:00 pm – 1:30 am
- Cost: INR 2,500 for two (approx.)
The oriental kitchen opens its doors in Colaba at a new location, with a brand new delic-Asian menu. Located in Colaba, the refreshing vibe of Jia – The Oriental Kitchen stands in gleaming yet alleviating contrast to the yin-yang-like architecture. From the Special Sushi Roll, Mala Chicken, Crispy Duck Salad, Five Treasure Mushroom Rice with Truffle, Soft shell crab with chili and shallot spiced butter, and JIA Thai curry, to mouth-watering Dim Sums such as Spicy Har Gow with Truffle & Caviar, Spicy Crystal Dumplings, and Corn, Asparagus & Water Chestnut Dumplings, and mains such as Lobster with noodles, there are options galore.
- What: Jia
- Where: Hotel Apollo, 22, MB Marg, behind Regal Cinema, Apollo Bandar, Colaba
- When: 11:30am – 3:30pm, 7pm – 11:30pm
- Cost: INR 3,000 for two people (approx.)
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Nava, the new modern European restaurant draws inspiration from global flavours, which is reflected in its versatile ingredient-driven menu. Kokum Prawns, The Lamb Tacos and Celeriac steak are highly recommended. Also, you must try the Chef’s tasting menu with signature dishes like Nostalgia on Crack – Housemade Citrus Magic Pops, Anchovies In a Swamp and more.
- What: Nava
- Where: Linking Road, Bandra West
- When: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, 7:00 pm – 1:30 am
- Cost: INR 2,500 for two (approx.)
There’s never a dull moment in Mumbai. You have these new restaurants to have a fun foodie outing with your loved ones.
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