2014 - A Recap: Top 14 Mumbai restaurant reviews

Dec 31, 2014, 11:57 IST | A Correspondent

From desi tadkas, Thai, Oriental, Continental and Italian cuisines, we present reviews of some of the most popular restaurants in Mumbai in 2014. Here's a look...

Out of all the restaurants mid-day reviewed in 2014, we have shortlisted the 14 most popular eateries in Mumbai. Here's a look...

KhivaIndulge in North West Frontier cuisine at Khiva in Bhandup
Khiva, the new eatery in Bhandup, named after an Uzbeki city, had us confused by serving North West Frontier cuisine; its wholesome fare managed to sate our appetites, nevertheless. Full review

BBC ThaneEnjoy delicious food at Thane's British Brewing Company
If a quick, delicious bite amid vibrant interiors is what you’d like at the end of hard day, British Brewing Company, located at the entrance of Viviana mall, is where you should head to. Full review

Malvan KattaMalvan's on the menu at Lower Parel's Malvan Katta
In the melee of seafood restaurants that dot the city, Malvan Katta in Lower Parel is a no-frills eating joint whose authentic fare raises a toast to the flavours of this coastal region. Full review

  MakhanEnjoy lip-smacking Rajasthani and Gujarati food at Makkhan
Brijwasi's first restaurant at Kalbadevi serves Rajasthani and Gujarati cuisine without the residue (and guilt) of oil. Its traditional fare holds its own even in an area flanked by formidable, age-old competitors. Full review

FoodictedFoodicted: Things just got crazy at this Oshiwara eatery
In a menu that can read like one from an urbane Mad Hatter’s Party; Foodicted, with its whacko vibe, good food, right pricing and a zany host, can be the new hangout hub in this area. Full review

Me So HappiMe So Happi: A 'Happi' eatery in Khar
Me So Happi is a looker. It's a sprawling restaurant Khar, in the western suburbs of Mumbai with multiple cuisines on the roster. Plus, it intends to go all out as a café by day, pub by night. Full review

Iti VashiRelish authentic Bengali food at Iti in Vashi
Iti offers a slice of authentic Bengali cuisine until the last bite. Enjoy the culinary joyride in the first of our two-part series on Mumbai’s much-loved hangouts that celebrate food from this region. Full review

KiposBandra's newest Greek restaurant Kipos is worth a try
Kipos, which means garden in Greek, is the suburb’s newest lounge that seems to get most of its stuff right. The eatery has a large space and a simple, mostly smart-priced menu. Full review

Bulldog Bar and GrillBulldog Bar and Grill: This joint has dishes inspired by TV shows
Intriguingly called Bulldog Bar and Grill, this eatery in Andheri seeks inspiration from popular shows Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones and serves food that’s finger-licking good. Full review

Burma BurmaMumbai gets a taste of Burma, thanks to Burma Burma
From steamed buns (paukse) to salads made of fermented green tea leaves — Burma Burma has loads to offer in terms of delish and varied vegetarian Burmese delights. Full review

Tijuana IguanaSample amazing Mexican fare at Tijuana Iguana in Fort
Tijuana Iguana’s name hints at a widespread culinary influence from the Ameri-Mex region. While the apt name easily rolls off the tongue, here’s a look at how it fares on the palate and the eyes. Full review

O-ChaLower Parel gets a new Thai eatery, O:h Cha Kitchen & Bar
Seclusion from the outsides meets serenity within —faux-grass walls interspaced with slate-grey paint, no-frills cane lanterns, and beige seating. O:h Cha spares one from the gaudiness associated with Asian restaurants. Full review

Heavens DogHeaven’s Dog in Andheri is the perfect place to unwind
Quite like the name that has no rhyme or reason, this humungous restaurant and bar is Andheri’s newest chill zone is all about “just” being happy and in heaven. Full review

AnkurNew avatar for Fort eatery Ankur
Ankur, set up in 1941, is one of the oldest restaurants in Fort. Kiran Mehta drops by the iconic eatery for an exclusive peek of their makeover that includes an innovative bar menu to compliment its authentic coastal fare. Full review

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