Often called the city that never sleeps, Mumbai has plenty of eating joints serving till the wee hours of morning so its citizens never have to go hungry on their nightly escapades. Here are some late-night eats in Mumbai you will enjoy.
The Beer Cafe runs past midnight and never runs short of beer
Never running out of good beer, The Beer Café is one of the best places in Mumbai open past midnight everyday. Although the franchise was only founded in 2012, its venues have since mushroomed all over the metropolis. Apart from beer, this bar serves salad, burgers and even a version of Mumbai’s famous chaat.
For all you nocturnal animals, Backstage Cafe in Versova keeps their doors open till 4am. The cafe’s theme is music and each table has a special unit that streams songs from all over the world. Besides that, this place has a dance floor and holds screenings of live sports.
Tiqri Bar and Lounge, part of Taj Hotel Santacurz is open 24 hours every day
Tiqri Bar and Lounge is one of the joints at the hotel Taj Santacruz in Mumbai and is open 24 hours a day. For people who like to go grand with their plans, this place is a must. The decor is especially beautiful!
Bhukkha Sher has lip smacking Punjabi food options
RJ’s Bhukkha Sher (which means hungry lion), in Andheri, is an Indo-Chinese restaurant open on the weekend until 4am. It’s best to order in from this joint. Their momos, butter chicken and naan are lip smacking. If you do happen to visit the restaurant and eat there, the place offers free WiFi – never be a bad thing.
Urban Street Cafe offers street food from all over the world
This cafe is open till midnight and serves Jain food, something a lot of Indians will appreciate, as well as delicious street food from countries around the world. At Urban Street Café you’ll find quick service and moderate prices.
Amar Juice Centre will remain Mumbai's favourite for a long time to come
Amar Juice Centre is one of those places that’s never empty. The crowd at 1am is almost as large as the one in the early evening. It’s an old joint in Mumbai and has been a popular hang-out spot for years.
Bademiya opened in Mumbai in 1946 and has been running since then
A year before India’s independence in 1947, Mohammad Yaseen received about Rs.20 in funding from his religious guru, Hazrat Fida Mohammed Adam Chisti, and set up Bademiya – now an iconic eating establishment. Frequented by the naval officers living in the area, the eating stall acquired a name for its seekh kebab. If you visit Mumbai you must come here and try the food.
The Roll Company is a befitting name for a place that sells different kinds of wraps and rolls
The Roll Company was founded in 2014 and decided not to advertise or create a fuss about its food. The absence of promotions hasn’t marred the popularity of this place, though – it’s seen the growth of a loyal following over the past three years.
The open air restaurant makes for a nice family outing with good food
An open-air wooden patio, climate controlled with tiny ponds and a roof to shelter from the rain means this place is comfortable as well as beautiful. It offers a family dining vibe but is also open till the wee hours for those who stay up late.
Bachelorr's started in the 1930s and is most popular for its creamy shakes
Bachelorr’s was established in the 1930s and over the years its popularity has only increased. The joint was frequented by Mumbai’s grandmas and grandpas in their youth, and now the young people of today are following suit. Offering a long list of shakes, sandwiches and pizzas, Bachelorr’s is here to stay and feed you, even in the early hours!