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1) Britannia & Co.

One of the few remaining Parsi cuisine restaurants in India, Britannia & Co. is famous for not only its cuisine but also its classic lively vibe. Located in the business hub of Ballard estate, this place was established in 1923. Try the lip-smacking signature dish Berry Pulao and other classic Irani dishes such as – Dhansak, Sali Mutton / Chicken. Typical classic old rustic look, unforgettable Parsi cuisine, this place doesn’t fail making you feel like home!

2) Leopold Café & Barw

Iconic café since 1871 this legendary café is located on Colaba Causeway street. Except from being one of the sites being attacked during the terrorist attacks of 26/11/2008, the café hails high keeping its unique identity. Formerly known as a restaurant serving only Irani cuisine, now serves Irani as well as continental, Chinese and Indian and alcoholic. A favourite spot of the foreigners too, this café doubtlessly has to be on your list!

3) Bade Miyan

A quintessential food stall chain serving mouth-watering Seekh Kebabs is a paradise for non-veg lovers. Located behind The Taj Mahal Hotel Palace, the place was established in 1946 and famous for centuries, also serves as the takeaway place. This place is best to succumb your late night binge. The must try’s at Bade Miyan are Mutton Seekh Kebab, Baida Roti, Chicken Reshmi Kebab. Sounds like heaven, isn’t it?!

4) Tibb’s Frankie

Serving since 1969, Tibb’s Frankie is THE place when one wants to snack on a frankie. Inspired by a similar Lebanese snack, Tibb’s offers succulent filling rolled under the Indian flat bread, satisfies the mouth watering taste and leaves us with wanting to have more! Why not try succumb on a succulent Tandoori Chicken Frankie or Paneer Frankie!

5) Gajalee

Gajalee is the seafood chain restaurant across Mumbai especially serving Maharashtrian seafood, listed as one of the 100 top restaurants in India serving since last 20 years. The must try’s at Gajalee’s are – fried fish items, Sol Kadhi, Prawns Biryani. Seafood and that too Maharashtrian is an unforgettable perk for you!

6) Street Food

A visit to Mumbai is incomplete without gorging on the basic delicacies of the city! Chaat items such as Pani – Puri, Bhel, Masala Puri are not only loved and eaten by each and every resident of the city but also are pocket sizing happiness. An evening stroll through the Juhu beach will be just meaningless without indulging into the Pav – Bhaji served by various stalls outside the beach. Lastly keep a little hunger aside for a sweet ending by having a creamy dose of Kulfi. Tempted enough? Well, what are you waiting for?!


From classy boutique restaurants to typical street food, we don’t fail providing you the city’s original taste and essence the best way possible. Apart from the hustle-bustle of the city, where the real extract is present – that’s where the Le Amigo guide takes you makes it just worth lingering for you!


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