Comfort Inn Heritage
Sant Savta Marg, Byculla
Mumbai, 400 027
Phone: (91) 22 23714891
Fax: (91) 22 23738884
Tote on the Turf is set amidst the beauty of Mahalaxmi Race Course. Its ambiance is warm and romantic. Celebrities are frequently spotted at this restaurant that serves fusion food. Tote on the Turf also has an excellent bar that serves a variety of alcohol. They also offer their space for amazing parties, events and functions. It is best recommended for a relaxing evening to enjoy food and wine as you watch the beauty surrounding the restaurant.
The well-done interiors of Gallops have a strong British influence. Its got a spectacular view, especially in the monsoons, as the huge windows overlook the Mahalaxmi Race-Course lawns. Non-vegetarian dishes dominate the menu leaving vegetarians with a limited choice. The Punjabi/Mughlai food is really good. The restaurant serves one of the best well done Steaks and European cuisine in the city. The pastas and Nachos are good and are well flavored. So, make sure you visit Gallops especially during the derby, and you certainly wont have any regrets.
Morning Bar, located in Gallops situated on the Mahalaxmi Race Course, is one of the few eateries in the city to function only during the morning time. Seated in the open-air, overlooking the Race Course the patron can enjoy a wholesome breakfast with the invigorating morning breeze cocooning him. Morning Bar offers delectable English breakfast fare of Muffins, Melba Toast, Eggs and also the Indian favorites like Vada-Pav, Samosas, Bhajiyas. Accompany their food along with a glass of their famous mint tea.
Oh! Calcutta is one of the most coveted specialty restaurants in India. Offering authentic Bengali cuisine and unparalleled hospitality, much like you get in Calcutta, this chain of restaurants has carved a niche for itself in the Indian foodie's heart. The delicacies include some of the choicest Bengali fishes, Nawabi biriyani and heavenly prawn preparations. The sweets, especially rosogolla and mishti doi are unforgettable. The place recreates Calcutta, with black-and-white photographs of the city lining the restaurant walls and tunes of Rabindrasangeet in the background soothing your senses further on. Visit website for further details.
From humble beginnings to three outlets, Cafe Noorani has grown bigger and is a place where meat lovers continue to congregate. The ambiance and service is good and the throngs of people milling outside for a table means great food and rapid service are guaranteed. The menu heavily favors chicken and mutton (with an assortment of tikkas, kebabs and biryanis), but the vegetarians won't be left disappointed with the vegetable curries, pulao and assortment of Indian breads. For a family night out, the next stop's usually Haji Ali Juice Centre.
Drenched in pink and purple with white highlights, Purple Rain is located at the plush SoBo Central. The floor is divided into a dining area, a lounge area and a coffee table section, making it ideal for different crowds. Bartenders are friendly and service is prompt. The food served is mostly fusion with Mediterranean, Indian and Italian influences. The decor and the ambiance just bowls you over! Cal ahead for more information.
Chinese Palace offers one of the best Chinese cuisines in the Tardeo area. It has earned a good reputation as it has gotten better over the years and it continues to deliver good food along with their friendly service till date.
Snowmans has been a midnight hub for the restless of the locality for over 30 years. The newly-renovated interiors, mirrored walls, grill chairs and round tables make for a relaxed ambiance. It is always busy with customers, either for slush, ice-creams, juices or snacks. Customers can either sit inside or use the bonnets of their cars as tables.
India's diversity is well-reflected in the cuisines varying across different regions. If you wish to start exploring India's culinary tradition, Rajdhani in Mumbai provides a nice start. Make sure you build a good appetite as a gastronomic fare awaits you. Here, you will be ushered in by their cheerful staff, and the traditional thali (platter) will be laid out for you. Mainly serving specialties from Gujarat and Rajasthan, the lavish fare starts with fried snacks and buttermilk, followed by vegetable curries, different rice preparations, breads and various tempting sweets. This extensive course might make you feel 'fed-up' but the waitstaff doesn't get tired pampering you with generous servings of this great food. All in all, the culinary feast and the warm hospitality, synonmous to Indian culture, leaves you feeling content.
Pronto's is a chain of Italian restaurants in the city. This particular venue, situated near Haji Ali offers a delectable choice of pizzas and pastas and is a hit with the youth. It also serves salads. Like its name, it offers quick service and delivery. The ambience is chilled out and relaxed. this is a good hang-out spot for friends.
If you are looking to try some wholesome Indian food, look no further. Copper Chimney offers the best in regional Punjabi cuisine—chicken kebabs, bhuna gosht, mutton rara, biryani, cheese naan which are all cooked to perfection and will have you coming back for more. A well-stocked bar offers any drink you desire to go with your meal. The ambiance here is upbeat and lively, with authentic Indian artifacts adorning the walls, and the service is most attentive. There are four other branches in different areas of the city.
Apart from Gateway of India and Chowpatty, Mumbai is also known for the spicy and flavored Pav Bhaji. A visit to the city is incomplete without relishing this local specialty. Though a host of restaurants and food stalls offer Pav Bhaji, Sardar Pav Bhaji at the Tardeo Road Junction in Tardeo is known all over South Mumbai. Prepared with a mix of colorful vegetables like tomato, potatoes, capsicum and peas, it is garnished with coriander leaves, finely chopped onions and a generous dollop of butter making it irresistible to one and all. So set aside your diet chart and enjoy a delicious and fiery plate of Pav Bhaji at Sardar.