Make Way For These 5 New Restaurants in Town!

Look who’s here! Foodies in Mumbai – brace yourselves! There are 5 new restaurants in town which you just cannot miss and we promise you that each one is vastly different from the other! So, elevate your senses and indulge your taste buds at these newest eateries.

Drifters Brewing Co.

Newly opened at Kamala Mills, Drifters Brewing Company is a welcome addition to the growing list of beer bars in Mumbai. Here, you will find a variety of beers ranging from light, medium to dark that are freshly brewed and handcrafted to suit your taste. Two of the popular beers served here include Apple Cider and the Milky Way Stout. And that’s not all! Enjoy your beer with freshly made tortilla chips and salsa, croquette de arroz, chicken kibbeh, couscous pita burgers, pasta & risotto, paella and different types of pizzas. A great place to hang out just after work!

Average Cost: Rs 1,000 for two people + taxes (approx.)
Location: Kamla Mills Compound, Lower Parel, Mumbai

Origami Japanese & Korean Restaurant

If you are looking to try something different, then head to Powai’s newly opened Japanese and Korean restaurant – Origami. And make sure you have an appetite because there are so many new things to try here! The menu is largely composed of Japanese and Korean dishes divided into small and large portions. From sushis, sake shots, dumplings and sobo noodles, the food at Origami will make you come back for more! To top it all, the restaurant has an excellent outdoor setting that offers breathtaking views of the Hirananadani Hills.

Average Cost: Rs 2,000 for two people + taxes (approx.)
Location: B Wing, Ground Floor, Supreme Business Park, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai


Andheri has a swanky new resto-lounge called Kaledio. An elegantly designed contemporary lounge, where you can unwind to the beats of the commercial and Bollywood music, sipping on signature cocktails while indulging yourself in flavoured Sheesha. The multi-cuisine food menu features garlic cheddar chicken, murg -e-nimboo, hummus and pita chips, nasi goreng and more. The restaurant also has an extensive range of fruit cocktails that includes optical kiwi illusion, apple cinnamon spinzer and Kaleido vent.

Average Cost: Rs 1,000 for two people + taxes (approx.)
Location: G4, Moraya Landmark 1, Off New Link Road, Veera Desai Area, Mumbai

The Boston Butt

The Boston Butt is your answer to a good American grill in Mumbai. The comfortable ambience and the delicious food has gotten rave reviews from customers and critics. Feast on some smoked buffalo brisket, bourbon butter grilled baby lobster, Chicago style hot sausage roll or the Texas lamb shank chili. You will be spoilt for choice! While the restaurant has been around for more than a year now, not many people know about its lavish brunch spread every Sunday. Diners can choose from much more than just basic egg dishes and bottomless options. So, swing by this weekend for a specially curated brunch menu with unlimited cocktails and a jam session by young musicians.

Average Cost: Rs 1,650 for two people + taxes (approx.)
Location: 1st Floor, Rampart Row, Near Rhythm House, Kalaghoda, Fort, Mumbai


For a taste of rich Lebanese cuisine, the newly opened Aqaba is must try! Strategically located at the hub of Mumbai’s busiest corporate area, Aqaba also serves Mediterranean, Greek and Italian food in both their buffet and a-la-carte menus. This includes spinach ravioli, Moroccan chicken, hummus, moutabil, baganoush kebabs, pastas and pizzas. This is an excellent option for dining out with friends, family or business colleagues. And, if you are a fan of shawarmas, Aqaba is a must visit, without a doubt!

Average Cost: Rs 1,500 for two people + taxes (approx.)
Location: Club House, Level P5, Peninsula Business Park, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai



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