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A Culinary Evening in Mumbai

Author: Soumya Jain
by Soumya Jain
Posted: Mar 02, 2019
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Whether you are celebrating a special occasion or simply want to make a normal Saturday special, there is no dearth of options in Mumbai. But then, only few have that culinary excellence to offer. We tell you where to hop for a gastronomical, magical experience in the city.

Letting your hair down, picking up that fork and humming to the vibes. If that’s what you simply want to do on a night-out in Mumbai, we have just the itinerary to tell you what to do and where to go. It will prove to be a fun-filled evening where you not only get to relax with your companion, but also interact with your surroundings, and your taste buds, in a unique way.

AER Mumbai - For that sundowner

There are many cocktail venues in Mumbai, but very few that can match the heights of AER Mumbai. Located on the rooftop of Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai, AER attracts you with its chic, monochrome décor, a plethora of terrific cocktail options, and unique finger food recipes created by the acclaimed chefs of Four Seasons Hotel. They even have a music calendar where artists and DJs will drum out live hits. So relax, jive with the music, sip on that perfectly concocted Moksha cocktail, while gorging on Mushroom Sliders and Japanese Green Pods. AER Mumbai is perfect to get you into the mood.

Coordinates: 1/136, Doctor E Moses Road, Worli, Mumbai

India Jones – For that happy stomach

Your next stop should be the restaurant India Jones at Trident hotel in Nariman Point, Mumbai. Offering an Asian menu influenced by Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia and Japan, it’s their Teppanyaki skills which pulled us to them. Sit at India Jones’ Teppanyaki counter and watch as Chef Eduardo not only grills the chow expertly, but also takes time out to throw some knives and fire in a spectacular show! It’s definitely worth a few Instagram stories. So while your stomach is getting nourished, your brain is getting fed too with some exceptional culinary acrobatics.

Coordinates: Trident Nariman Point, Mumbai

ITC Maratha, Mumbai – For that rare dessert

There are multitude dessert options in Mumbai – each better than the next. But none can match up to the allure of a rare chocolate variety – the ruby chocolate. While we were savoring the Dark, Milk and White chocolates, the Ruby chocolate was nestled in the cocoa gardens of Brazil, Ecuador and Ice Coast, oblivious to the world’s eye. After being discovered and perfected over the past 13 years, Ruby chocolate is available to chocolate connoisseurs of the world now. It has a rich red colour, a unique aroma and is a torrent of fruity, tangy flavours in your mouth. Fabelle, the chocolate boutique from ITC Hotels, has created its own recipe to present this new chocolate variety – the Ruby Gianduja. Probable one of the only places to offer Ruby chocolate in India, make your way to ITC Maratha’s Fabelle store to pick up a box and munch it with a merlot. Can’t get more special than this.

Coordinates: Sahar Rd, Opposite Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport, Ashok Nagar, Andheri East, Mumbai

Soumya Jain is the Chief Editor & CEO of LuxuryFacts.com. She is also the Co-Editor of ‘The Luxury Market in India: Maharajas to Masses’, published by Palgrave Macmillan and launched in September 2012. The book is a window into the highly complex Indian luxury market. Soumya is also a visiting lecturer for luxury marketing and online journalism at leading educational institutes in India. She has been invited to speak at conferences and address industry colleagues about the Indian luxury market. Recognising her knowledge of the market, she has been quoted by media such as Fast Company, Wall Street Journal & Financial Times among others, while also contributing articles on luxury in various publications.

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Soumya Jain is the Chief Editor & Ceo of LuxuryFacts.com. She is also the Co-Editor of ‘The Luxury Market in India: Maharajas to Masses’, published by Palgrave Macmillan and launched in September 2012.

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