Night shift part 3: Where to grab a midnight snack in Mumbai this summer

  • Compiled by Meenakshi Iyer, Hindustan Times, Mumbai
  • Updated: Mar 31, 2016 20:25 IST

Breakfast for dinner: Chef Kelvin Cheung serves brunch for dinner every Wednesday night. The menu includes bacon with egg and cheese biscuit, breakfast taco with scrambled eggs, eggplant, cheddar and salsa rojo and pb&j French toast with caramel sauce. Expect to be surprised: each week, the menu features a surprise element.

Time: 10.30pm to 1am

Where: One Street Over, Navarang Building, Ground Floor, 35th Road, Off Linking Road, Khar (W)

Call: 2600 2224


Midnight combo meals: Satisfy your midnight cravings or fuel up for the after-party at home with easy-to-carry combo meals. Pick anything from the menu — hand-pulled noodle soup or Vietnamese rolls — and the chefs will turn it into a meal-on-the-go.

Pick anything from the menu — hand-pulled noodle soup or Vietnamese rolls.

Time: 12am to 1.30am

Where: 38 Bangkok Street, Windsor Chambers, Cawasji Patel Street, Fort

Call: 3015 1248


Kebabs and biryani: Tired of late-night bhurji pav and pav bhaji? At Jantar Mantar, you can pick from chicken biryani, egg masala, prawns curry and naan turnovers.

Pav bhaji.

Time: Till 4am

Where: Jantar Mantar, plot G5, near Juhu Church, opposite Horizon Hotel, Juhu

Call: 3395 6140

Also read: Night shift part 1: Post-midnight guide to Mumbai adventures


Hidden gem: Looking for a place to continue your party? Fusion Wongs serves food and alcohol till late in the night. Pick from mutton seekh kebab, chicken kadai or kadai jhinga and wash it down with a chilled beer.

Mutton seekh kebab

Time: Till 3am

Where: Fusion Wongs, Seaside Hotel, Sun-n-Sand Compound, 39/2, Juhu Beach, Juhu

Call: 6710 0500


Street style at a five-star: Seven Kitchens, the all-day restaurant at The St Regis Mumbai offers the best of Mumbai’s street food every night. On the menu are kheema pav, pav bhaji and biryani, besides assorted pastries, Indian desserts and more.

Tomato Raioli - 7kitchen. (© Nikita Modi)

Time: 1am to 3.30am

Price: Rs950 all-inclusive

Where: Seven Kitchens, The St Regis Mumbai, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel

Call: 6162 8000


Midnight spread: A midnight buffet with a wide array of soups, salads, chef’s special pizza and biryani. End your meal with a variety of desserts like classic French pastries, or pick from Indian desserts.

Mutton biriyani.

Time: 12.30am to 3am (only on weekends)

Price: Rs950 plus taxes

Where: The Earth Plate, Hotel Sahara Star, opp Domestic Airport, Vile Parle (E)

Call: 3015 1179


Buffet by the sea: This midnight buffet offers a host of appetisers and main course options like mutton biryani, murgh masala and grilled fish in lemon butter sauce. For desserts, pick from strawberry dipped in chocolate or pastries.

Murgh masala .

Time: 12.30am to 3am

Price: Rs850 all-inclusive

Where: The Bay View, Hotel Marine Plaza, Marine Drive

Call: 2285 1212

Also read: Night shift part 2: How to party in Mumbai this summer

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