6 New Restaurants In Mumbai To Try In April-May 2024

Summer is here and Mumbaikars are bracing themselves for a sweltering season ahead. The good news? There are a lot of fun – and importantly – indoor experiences you can enjoy this month. Foodies, head to one of the many new restaurants that have opened their doors in recent times. To make your planning easier, we’ve come up with a quick reference list of the top places in the city you need to try. Whether you’re looking for a fine dining option or a cool hangout spot, we have got you covered! Check out the list below.

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6 New Mumbai Restaurants To Visit In April-May 2024:

1. La Mar, Worli

La Mar at NSCI Worli is one of the hottest new openings this season. Conceptualised by celebrated restaurateur Zorawar Kalra, this “super restaurant” spans 18,000 square feet and is divided into three distinct sections. Guests can feast on delectable Mediterranean and European fare, paired with refreshing drinks and cocktails. Don’t forget to take in the breathtaking views and enjoy the visually aesthetic ambience of this expansive space.

Where: La Mar Bar & Kitchen, NSCI, Worli, V Patel Road & Lala Lajpatrai Marg Worli, Mumbai.

2. Arggo’s, Khar

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Whether you’re in the mood for brunch, cocktails or simply good food, Arggo’s offers a unique option. This new restaurant and bar prides itself on its plant-forward menu. Expect mock meat delicacies such as Not Dynamite Shrimp, Not Chicken wings and Not Pepperoni, along with other global treats. Highlights from the drinks menu include playful concoctions like Purple Charlie, Coffee Umami and Bourbon Pop. Indoor as well as outdoor seating is available.

Where: Arggo’s, Kings Palace Hotel 538, Linking Road, Khar West, Mumbai.

3. Sorozai

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Sorozai is a new Goan restaurant in Mumbai you need to check out. Embark on a culinary escapade with lip-smacking delicacies and drinks that pay homage to the regional flavours of the state. The name is derived from the Konkani words for ‘Soro’ (Alcohol) and ‘Zai’ (Would you like?). The restaurant thus invites you to leave your worries behind and savour the taste of Goan hospitality.

Where: Sorozai, Shop no.1, Aaram Nagar Part – 1 Seven Bunglows, JP Rd, Versova, Andheri West, Mumbai.

4. Mayouchi, Powai

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Mayouchi, the Asian restaurant and bar at The Westin Mumbai Powai Lake, has been fully revamped. It has a stunning new look and a tempting new menu. The latter is curated by Chef Chef Golpin Sianipar. Diners can sample exquisite Asian food as they are treated to an awe-inspiring view of the lake in the heart of the city. This is another perfect choice for a sunset date or a gathering against a scenic backdrop.

Where: Mayouchi, The Westin Mumbai Powai Lake, Plot No 2 & 3B, Saki Vihar Rd, near Chinmayand Ashram, Mumbai.

5. Jaan, Fort

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After receiving critical acclaim in Dubai, Jaan has now opened a flagship outlet in the heart of South Mumbai, Kala Ghoda. The restaurant is helmed by Chef Farrokh Khambata. The name has been derived from the Hindi, Urdu, and Persian words for “life” or “soul,”Jaan is a testament to Chef Khambata’s visionary approach. The menu promises a feast fit for royalty, reflecting the culinary grandeur of bygone eras. Diners can taste rare kebabs, rich kormas, biryanis, decadent meethas, and much more.

Where: 30K, Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai.

6. Burma Burma, Goregaon

Burma Burma has a chic new outlet in the city suburbs and is now open at Oberoi Mall in Goregaon. Indulge in Burmese favourites, spanning street food and heirloom recipes, crafted in the restaurant’s signature style. The 94-seater space is a great spot for a family meal or a foodie date.

Where: Burma Burma, Unit S-33A, 2nd Floor, Oberoi Mall, Yashodham, Goregaon, Mumbai.

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