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Mumbai restaurants

Mumbai is renowned for distinctive street foods, especially bhelpuri, a masala mixture of puffed rice, deep-fried vermicelli, potato, crunchy puri pieces, chili paste, tamarind water, chopped onions, and coriander. You should also try pao bhaji, a round slab of flat bread stuffed with meat or vegetables simmered in a vat of hot oil, and kanji vada, savory doughnuts soaked in fermented mustard and chili sauce. And be sure to stop at one of the city's hundreds of juice bars.

Those who prefer the comforts of restaurant dining will not be disappointed in the spectrum of specialties from the region and beyond.

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Bachelor's Juice House, Mumbai

This is not a "House" but a hygienic, late-night street stall that has grown into a local institution, popular with everyone from cabdrivers to Malabar Hill...more

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Britannia, Mumbai

In the heart of the colonial business district of Ballard Estate lies this 84-year-old gem with peeling walls, marble-top tables, and indolently whirring fans...more

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Goa Portuguesa, Mumbai

Goan cuisine has fiery flavors and tropical ingredients, and it also encompasses some Portuguese dishes (Goa was formerly a Portuguese colony). This superb...more

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Indigo, Mumbai

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt dined at this, Mumbai's best stand-alone restaurant, following in the footsteps of slain Wall Street Journal journalist Danny...more

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Kandahar, Mumbai

This upscale restaurant has linen-clothed tables, maroon banquettes, and mirrored pillars. The cuisine is northern Indian—but updated, so that it's...more

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Kebabs & Kurries, Mumbai

Giant skewers stacked with meat, chicken, and fish line the walls of this immaculately clean open kitchen in the Sheraton. Chefs deftly slide the well-rubbed...more

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Khyber, Mumbai

Khyber has a Northwest Frontier feel: Its low, beamed ceiling is intended to evoke a haveli, a mansion typical of that part of the country. Paintings by some of...more

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Konkan Café, Mumbai

Fashioned after a seaside bungalow on India's palm-fringed southwest coast, the Konkan Café is the Taj President hotel's tribute to the coconut-rich cuisine of...more

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Masala Kraft, Mumbai

Although master chef Hemant Oberoi reaches across culinary boundaries at his signature restaurant, his feet are firmly rooted in India. Oberoi uses ingredients...more

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Peshawri, Mumbai

It's a little hard to visit the rugged, war-torn provinces around the Pakistan-Afghanistan border these days. But you can get a taste of the region's cuisine by...more

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