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5 Restaurants For Dining Clients In Mumbai

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Updated: 9 February 2017
With numerous gourmet and luxury dining spots, Mumbai has plenty of offerings for anyone seeking to dine a client or business partner. Here, we bring you a list of the five best restaurants in town for when you are aiming for nothing short of wowing your guest.

The Table

If you are dining a food connoisseur in the Colaba area, then look no further than The Table. This award-winning restaurant takes inspiration and combines elements from a range of cuisines including Japanese, French, Thai, Italian and Indian, and uses fresh produce from their own chemical-free farm in Alibag. The menu – comprised of delicious and creative small and large plates, snacks and sides – is mostly intended for sharing and to enable a lively, social atmosphere. The tastefully designed space adorned with floor-to-ceiling windows also serves a good choice of wines and spirits, and is every bit capable of impressing your client.

The Table, Kalapesi Trust Building, Near Hotel Suba Palace,Colaba, Mumbai, India, +91 22 2282 5001

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Ziya

If you are seeking to feed your guest some of the best Indian cuisine offerings in town, then head to Ziya at The Oberoi in Nariman Point. Book in advance for a seat by the windows overlooking a spectacular view of Marine Drive and the Arabian Sea. From lip smacking Mughlai entrées to flavorful south Indian dishes, Ziya is an all-round Indian restaurant with a bonus full bar menu.

The Oberoi, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road, Nariman Point, Mumbai, India, +91 22 3312 6894

Indigo

This premier restaurant is housed in a restored colonial-era bungalow in a quiet and green lane in Colaba. Featuring a variety of spaces – including the chic Yellow Room, which is ideal for an intimate dining experience and doubles up as a private dining room when the need arises, and the Main Dining Room designed for long and leisurely dining – this is the best spot in south Mumbai to converse with clients over fine dining. Indigo also features a bar space as well as a spectacular terrace, the Burgundy Lounge which is open usually from November through to March. Each of the spaces has been designed intricately for optimizing your meal experience. The cuisine is largely European and continental with a collection of wines and spirits.

Indigo, 4 Mandlik Road, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai, India, +91 22 6636 8999

Golden Dragon

Golden Dragon has remained one of the city’s favorite luxury dining spots since 1973, if not for its talented chefs and exotic Sichuan and Cantonese preparations then for its elegant white and golden décor. Located inside Colaba’s Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai’s most iconic, century-old hotel facing the Arabian Sea, this restaurant is in every way ideal for dining clients. Along with a live kitchen plating delicious steamed seafood, and some of the city’s finest dim sum preparations, the Golden Dragon also has a fabulous menu choice of specialty teas.

Golden Dragon, Taj Mahal Palace, Apollo Bunder, Mumbai, India, +91 22 6665 3366

Yuuka

This luxury Japanese restaurant on the 37th floor of the St. Regis is pricey yet uniquely capable of impressing your guest with its fabulous service, freshly and thoughtfully cooked delicacies and stylish décor. With warm wooden décor, high ceilings, exquisite art-adorned walls and a brilliant view of the city from its floor-to-ceiling windows, the restaurant is strikingly posh. Excellent sea food, luxurious sushi offerings, and a rich drinks menu all combine to make this restaurant one of the best in town.

Yuuka at the St. Regis Mumbai, 37 Block, 462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumabi, India, +91 22 6162 8422

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