Interesting Experiences To Indulge In Mumbai This Weekend

From tribal art exhibitions to Anglo Indian food festivals, there’s a lot that awaits you this weekend.

Published On Apr 21, 2023 | Updated On Mar 06, 2024


Mumbai heat is getting unbearable with every passing day, but when has that stopped us from venturing out, especially over the weekends, right? It's the end of April and the city is buzzing with events all over the city. From tribal art exhibitions to Anglo Indian food festivals, there’s a lot that awaits you this weekend. Scroll down and get your weekend plan ready.


The Affordable Art show is back with its third edition to showcase contemporary, traditional, tribal and vintage art by artists Souza and Jamini Roy. The show supports artists from the tribal communities of India and includes artists such as Gautam Bhatia, Sasha Sykes, Alberto Palini, and Banoo Batliboi. Among the upcoming artists are Deval Ambani, Tanushree Sarkar and Rukhen Rawla. Tribal artist line-up includes Suresh Hegade (Warli), Lado Bai (Bhil), and Jiyo (Sourai).  

When: April 21-30

Where: 86, Nagindas Master Rd, Kala Ghoda, Fort

Time: 11am - 7pm, except Monday


Maya, the Indian restaurant at Trident Bandra Kurla Mumbai, is hosting Rivaayat – a ten-day long food festival which is an ode to the rich culinary history of Mewar, Marwar and Malwa. Helmed by chef Kunwar Hemendra Singh of Bhainsrorgarh, Mewar, the menu features generational recipes such as safed kesariya murgh, gosht ka gulabi pulao, safed kathal, gatte ki sabzi, bhutte ke kees and dal bidwal in main course. All this will be served with authentic Rajasthani breads like batiya and thothadri. For sweet endings, you have piste ka halwa and amrutghutka.

When: April 17-26

Venue: Maya, Trident Bandra Kurla, C 56, G Block BKC, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East

Time: 7pm - 11pm

The Lonavala-based Anglo Indian Cafe and Bistro known for its contemporary flavours with local Indian ingredients is all set to bring its extensive offerings to Mumbai with a 10-day pop-up event. Curated by chef Ashish Mishra of Anglo Indian Cafe and Bistro and chef Rajesh Malik of Out of the Blue, the menu features comforting and classic Indian dishes. The menu features dishes such as the cream of rasam soup, brioche pav with cream of pav bhaji, kerala fried chicken, railway mutton curry, and chikki baklava to name a few.

When: April 21 - 30

Where: Out Of The Blue, 14, Union Park Rd Number 4, Khar, Union Park, W

Time: 7 am - 1 am

An exhibition of post graffiti and urban contemporary art curated by Amitabh Kumar has become the talk of the town and for all the right reasons. Mumbai’s latest art space, Gallery XXL is taking over the 100-year-old Kalanjee Bungalow in Colaba featuring an interesting lineup of 24 artists spanning three generations, offering a survey of the global urban art movement.

When: On till May 21

Where: The Kalanjee Project, Monica Bungalow, Colaba

Time: 11 am to 7 pm (closed on Mondays)

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