5 Must Visit Family Restaurants in Mumbai

Finding a good place which serves equally delicious food is like finding a needle in a haystack. Most of the restaurants only claim to be good, whereas, the truth is totally different. Thus, to save your time, we have made a list of five family restaurants which you can visit with your family. These five family restaurants are vintage restaurants in Mumbai and serve the best, mouthwatering-food.

1. New Kulfi Center

New Kulfi Centre, Mumbai (Bombay)

Place: New kulfi Centre

Famous for: Serves Best Kulfi in town. Any seasonal flavour Kulfi

Address: New kulfi Centre

556, Marina Mansion, Sukh Sagar,

SVP Road, Near Arya Bridge,

Chowpatty, Girgaon, Mumbai – 400007

Phone: 022 2368 4291

 

Open from 10 AM to 1 AM

 

This road side joint serves the best kulfi in town from 6 long decades now. New Kulfi Centre is located on the opposite of the Girgaon Chowpatty, on the other side of the traffic signal. This is basically a small joint with no seating place. You can order your Kulfi and enjoy it at the roadside or take it as parcel and enjoy at Chowpatty beach. Malai Kulfi is all time favourite with reasonable picks of Chocolate and any seasonal flavours. Along with Kulfi, you can get Falooda, Creams and now Basundi too.

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2. K Rustom & Co

K Rustom & Co, Mumbai restaurant

Place: K Rustom & Co

Famous for: Ice Cream sandwich (Any flavour ice cream sandwiched between thin layer of waffles like crisp)

Address: K Rustom & Co

87 Stadium House,

Opposite Ambassador Hotel,

Veer Nariman Rd, Churchgate,

Mumbai, Maharashtra – 400020

Phone: 022 2282 1768

 

Open from 9:30 AM to 11 PM

 

Though this place is a Lonely Planet entry, not many people know about it. It’s kept hidden by Mumbaikar foodies like me. 🙂  K Rustom  & Co is famous for its speciality Ice Cream sandwich which is basically any flavour ice cream sandwiched between a thin layer of waffles like a crisp. It sounds common thing but this place serves the best of them. This one place is surely in NOT TO MISS list for any dessert lover.

Recommended dishes:  Fresh Strawberry, Coffee Crunch, Mint Crunch, Rum & Raisin, Choco Nut

#specialityshop #hiddengem #krustom #mumbai #latehours #icecream #icecreamsandwich

 

3.  Britannia & Company Restaurant

Britannia & Co. – Mumbai – authentic Parsi food

Place: Britannia & Company Restaurant

Famous for: Parsee / Irani Food. Berry Pulao(Chicken / Mutton), Salli Boti, Dhansak, Caramel Custard

Address: Britannia & Company Restaurant

Wakefield House, 11,

Sports Rd, 16, Ballard Estate,

Opp. New Custom House,

Mumbai – 400038

 

Phone: 022 2261 5264

 

Open from 11:30 AM to 4 PM (Sunday Closed)

 

This one again doesn’t need any introduction. It’s been showcased in CNN and remains as an iconic restaurant for Mumbai since 1923. This is typical Iranian Restaurant with every inch of the place, furniture and food are as per un-written “How Irani Café should be” copybook rules. Only sad part is, this restaurant opens only for lunch hours and it is closed on Sundays, making it inaccessible for suburb people.  One must have Berry Pulao here which is a speciality of this place.  Salli boti and Mutton Dhansak is also not to miss. Dhansak is served with Brown rice. Complement your meal with Ginger Soda / Raspberry soda. End the meal with their famous Caramel Custard.

 

Recommended dishes:  Mutton / Chicken Berry Pulao, Mutton Dhansak, Caramel Custard, Salli Boti, Raspberry Soda  / Ginger Soda

 

#britannia #mumbai #lunch #iconic #nostalgia #parsee #iranicafe #iranirestaurant

 

4. Kyani & Co

Kyani & Co, Dhobi Talao, Mumbai

Place: Kyani & Co

Famous for: Parsi / Irani Food. Irani Chai, Khari, Bun muska, Akuri (Parsee version of scrambled egg), Kheema pav, Bakery items

Address: Kyani & Co

Ratan Heights, Dr D B Road,

Opposite Navijan Society,

Dr D B Road,

Mumbai – 400008

 

Phone: 022 2307 5090

 

Open from 07:00 AM to 08:45 PM

This one is another iconic restaurant for Mumbai. It has checked all those unwritten copybook rules of “How Irani Café should be”. Typical 4 seater tables, checked red-white table cloths, chair design, Café Rules written on walls. Unlike Britannia, this one opens for morning breakfast to Dinner time. With its mouth-watering morning breakfast items like Chai-Khari, Bun muska, Kheema pav and Akuri, this place is one of the best for food lovers for morning food tour. The menu is not restricted to Parsi items but includes fast food like Burgers and sandwiches.

 

Recommended combinations:  Kheema Pav, Irani Chai –khari, Akuri on toast, Mawa cake and chai

 

#kyaniandco #mumbai  #iconic #parsi #iranicafe #iranirestaurant

 

5. Jimmy Boy

Jimmy Boys – Chicken Dhansak

Place: Jimmy Boy

Famous for: Parsi feast thali (Lagan nu bhonu), Bakery items, Chicken Farcha, Saas Ni Macchhi, Patra Ni Macchhi, Dhansak

Address: Jimmy Boy

11, Vikas Building,

Bank Street,

Near Horniman Circle,

Fort, Mumbai – 400001

 

Phone: 022 2270 0880

 

Open from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM (Sunday Closed between 4 -7 PM)

 

This one takes a modern approach on Irani Cafes yet managed to maintain that charm in food. This one is right behind the BSE building, a great location to have an Irani café. For a lavish meal, you can order Lagan nu Bhonu, which is a full course meal of traditional Parsi dishes such as saas ni /Patra ni / Tareli macchi (Fish), Marghi (Chicken) na farcha, Chicken / Mutton Dhansak. Complement your meal with Ginger / Raspberry soda. End the meal with Lagan nu Custard (Egg Custard).

 

Recommended combinations:  Chicken Farcha, Saas Ni Macchhi, Patra Ni Macchhi, Dhansak, lagan nu custard, pastires

 

#jimmyboy #mumbai  #iconic #parsi #iranicafe #iranirestaurant

 

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