4 new restaurants to try in Mumbai this week
We pick out the best of what’s new in the city.HT48HRS_Special Updated: Nov 14, 2016 13:03 IST
1) Tea tales: The tea café chain launches its 11th outlet in the city. On the menu are over 80 varieties of tea including oolong, herbal tea and Japanese Genmaicha.
Where: Tea Trails, Kingston Building, Vile Parle (E)
Call: 86550 10011
2) Fusion fix: All-day fine-dining restaurant, The Spare Kitchen, opens its second outlet in Worli. The menu includes dabeli pita pockets, lemon butter fish with Indian tadka, and vanilla rice kheer.
Where: The Spare Kitchen, Atria Mall, Worli
Call: 6022 9000
3) Asian delight: If you like Mainland China, you’ll love its cooler, younger cousin — Asia Kitchen & Bar. The restaurant will serve sake sangrias and cocktails made with aromatic herbs.
Where: Asia Kitchen & Bar, Saki Naka Junction, Saki Naka
Call: 3395 6002
4) From Greece, via goa: Goa’s popular Greek-themed beach hotspot — Thalassa, is opening an outpost in the city after hosting a successful pop-up in Mumbai two years ago. Expect a Mediterranean vibe and yummy cocktails.
Where: Thalassa, 21st Street, Khar (W)
Call: 98200 04018
First Published: Nov 14, 2016 00:00 IST