Bookmark This For New And Fun Menus In Mumbai This Season!

With a blend of love for local ingredients and the passion to keep innovating, these eateries in Mumbai have just launched their new menus that are sure to blow your minds.

Published On Sep 28, 2023 | Updated On Mar 04, 2024


In the ever-evolving and bustling metropolis of Mumbai, eating out is more than just an activity, and food joints understand it quite well. From introducing seasonal ingredients on menus to having experts curate them to be an exquisite experience, the eateries in the city are always on their toes, experimenting and raising the culinary standards.

These experiences are designed keeping in mind a wide range of selections, so no matter your dietary preferences, you’re always spoilt for choice. This festive season Mumbai eateries have introduced a bunch of new exquisite menus, and we suggest the next time you’re out in the city, you give them a try.

Here are 13 eateries in Mumbai with new menus you should absolutely try

Based in Khar West, Silly is well known not only for its food but also the ambience and interiors. Taking their already well-loved and extensive menu a notch higher, the consulting chef at the Mumbai eatery, Chef Gaurav Gidwani has curated a list of breakfast options that are best described as a marriage between international favourites and Indian delicacies. 
With dishes like Kota station aloo puri, Japanese souffles, and traditional English breakfast, Silly makes for a perfect breakfast and brunch destination for Mumbai folks. 
Where: 759, 5th Lane, Ram Krishna Nagar, Khar, Mumbai
Price for two: Rs 2,500 (approx)

Believing in the idea that food is one of the best ways to tell a story, Chef Akash Deshpande’s food at the much-loved Bandra eatery is bound to take you on a trip to the scenic region of Konkan. 
Prioritising local ingredients and adding French cooking techniques to it makes the menu at Nava, which means new in Marathi, the one we quite look forward to. Dishes like Kokum prawns and Valai Maram are bound to elevate your culinary experience, and the next time you’re looking for places in Bandra for brunch, we suggest you go try Nava. 
Where: 2nd Floor, Suburbia Building, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai
Price for two: Rs 2,500 (approx)

Another in the list of very Instagrammable eateries in Mumbai, Monkey Bar is known for its great bartenders and an interesting menu to go with all their exquisite creations. Blending the classic cocktails with innovative, on-trend ones like Rum Cha, which blends cutting masala chai with rum or Hustle Rani which adds Madurai’s tangy tamarind to tequila, Monkey Bar is just the place to be. 
They extend this practice to food as well, and you’d be more than delighted to experience it with dishes like the baked mirchi salan, and pahadi khatta meat kulcha
Where: 33rd Road, Junction 14th, Summerville, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai
Price for two: Rs 2,500 (approx)

With multiple outlets across the city, The Fatty Bao is renowned for its cosy ambience and stellar Japanese cuisine. Adding to it, Chef Irfan Pabaney has introduced fresh new Asian flavours, especially in the poke section and interactive cooking techniques like live BBQ on the table. We suggest you try their Mamenori rolls, and braised lamb in casserole the next time you visit the eatery. 
Their expert mixologist Nishant Gaurav’s blends perfectly complement the new menu with cocktails like Matcha Me where matcha syrup meets whiskey sour to create a fun refreshing delight, or Wandering Samurai where the smokey old fashioned is further elevated with the flavours of honey and cinnamon. 
Where: Multiple locations
Price for two: Rs 2,500 (approx)

While there are a lot of new brunch menus in the city to try, House Of Pandora wows you with a diverse drink menu inspired by renowned establishments. The vibrant bar, with Bartender Of The Year UAE 2022, Shelton Fernandes and a team of expert mixologists, aims to keep the party going on, all night long. 
The queer-friendly bar in Mumbai also has a brilliantly designed menu to complement its wide range of drinks. With dishes like Sous Vide Tandoori Salmon, and Jackfruit Fritters in Rendang Curry, you’re bound to love this happening place. 
Where: 101/102, Sapphire Building, SV Road, Khar, Mumbai
Price for two: Rs 1,800 (approx)

If you love the shrooms, you’re in for a treat at the lively Khar eatery. From mid-September to November, Perch Wine And Coffee Bar offers a new limited mushroom menu called ‘Focus on the Funghi’. 
While the executive chef Arun D’souza brings a wide variety of mushrooms like portobello, shimeji, and enoki to your tables, and mixologist Pradeep brings in his expertise to complement the newly launched menu, Perch takes the cake with their shroom-infused coffee. Well sometimes, you can just never have enough of the good things! 
Where: 12, Ground Floor, Union Park, Pali Hill, Khar, Mumbai
Price for two: Rs 1,800 (approx)

While Asian cuisine is often considered to be heavy on non-vegetarian options, Hakkasan is here to change that. The much-loved Asian restaurant in Bandra recently launched a vegan menu that has already captured the fancy of the city’s vegan enthusiasts. 
With a crispy salad and a range of small and big plates, Hakkasan’s new vegan menu is a delight. While you’re at the elegant eatery, do try the radish puffs, water chestnut with garlic chillies, and glass noodles with mock meat. Do not forget to try their vegan chocolate mandarin in desserts, it is bound to leave you wanting for more. 
Where: 2nd Floor, Krystal Building, Waterfield Road, Near Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai
Price for two: Rs 3,000 (approx) 

When you hear Pan-Asian, the cuisines that generally come to mind are Japanese, Vietnamese or at most Korean. The chain Burma Burma, as the name suggests specialises in Burmese food and has launched a limited holiday menu this October called ‘Vacation In Yangon’. 

Styled after the vibrant streets of Yangon and the cute tea rooms, Burma Burma's new menu is just what you need for a foodie trip to the country of Myanmar. With dishes like green tomato and pickled tea leaf salad, steamed black rice puff cakes, and crunchy spring roll salad, you're absolutely spoilt for choice. You can also choose from a variety of artisanal teas, and delightful desserts like downtown falooda

Where: Kothari House, Allana Centre Lane, opposite Mumbai University, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai

Price for two: Rs 1,800 (approx)

If Asian is not what you're looking for, fret not! At JW Marriot Mumbai Sahar, the much-awarded Romano's, indulge in their new Italian menus, replete with the finest of ingredients from around the world like Norwegian salmon, New Zealand bass, and Mediterranean herbs and spices. With dishes like Gondole, a boat-shaped cheese and cold meat platter presented to you with dry ice clouds, and Pere Cotte Al Vino Rosso, slow-poached pears with flavours of citrus, red wine, and secret spices, you're in for a treat. 

The authentically Italian menu doesn't end with just food. The cocktail menu has new additions too, like Vespa, named after the beloved Italian ride, and The Roman Sling, which is a tribute to Roman culture. 

Where: JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar, IA Project Road, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Chakala, Mumbai 

Price for two: Rs 5,200 (approx) 

Talking of Italian cuisine, Que Sera Sera is another eatery on the list with a stellar Italian menu. Beautifully set with cave-style tavern interiors, the eatery will steal your heart. Curated by Chef Sameer Bhalekar, the menu has dishes like lobster thermidor, handmade tortellini pasta, and desserts like pistachio and coconut panna cotta. 

Apart from the food, the menu also offers curated cocktails like Meet Me In The Morning, Thy-Tini and Carolina On My Mind. If alcohol-based drinks are not what you prefer, the menu also boasts of wines, negronis, limoncello, and mocktails. 

Where: Clifton Trishool Housing Society, Vastu Lane, Shastri Nagar, Andheri Lokhandwala, Andheri West, Mumbai 

Price for two: Rs 2,400 (approx) 

If your entourage can't decide on one single cuisine, Baliboo is the perfect place to go. With a warm inviting ambience, Baliboo offers an Asian, Continental, and Indian-inspired menu. The newly opened place is already garnering rave reviews for not only its food but also for its tranquil interiors and soft, inviting lighting. 

The eatery in Goregaon offers a diverse and inclusive menu, we absolutely recommend Baliboo's Tagliatelle Ragu, Balinese curry, and Matilda chocolate cake in deserts. The variety of options extends to the drinks menu too, and you can choose from mocktails, signature cocktails, and classic liberations. 

Where: First Floor, Commerz II, International Business Park, Oberoi Garden City, Western Express Highway, Goregaon East, Mumbai 

Price for two: Rs 2,100

Another new eatery in the city, Cirqa is plush, stunning, and what cocktail lovers' dreams are made of. Paying homage to Mumbai's Art Deco history, Cirqa is a visual delight. The eatery spans massive two floors and a lush green courtyard. One of these floors is entirely dedicated to cocktails and also hosts events. 

Boasting craft cocktails by experts like Louness Ducos and Agnieszka Rozenska and a food menu thoughtfully imbibing Mumbai's ever-evolving cosmopolitan identity by Chef Shannon Lawrence, Cirqa is just the place for date nights and weekend brunches. 

Where: Plot 126, Ground Floor, Mathuradas Mill Compound, Senapati Bapat Pawar Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai

Price for two: Rs 3,000

Post gastronomical adventures at the aforementioned eateries, should you crave a fun and relaxed outing, we suggest you head out to Binge! in Bandra. Serving a modern world cuisine, Binge! has something for everyone. For starter bowls, you can choose from dishes like Spicy Peanut Bowl with Tofu & Mushroom, and Binge Chili Prawn. If you prefer salads to start with, Binge! also has salads like the Grain & Superfood Salad, and the extremely flavourful Orange, Fennel, and Avocado Salad. 

The stunning eatery in Bandra is well known for its Mexican dishes and seafood, and with the addition of new dishes like Vietnamese Sweet Potato & Carrot Curry, and Mushroom Bao, Binge! seems the perfect place for a fun and casual outing. 

Where: 500, Sant Kutir Apartments, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

Price for two: Rs 1,800 (approx) 

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