Favorite celebrity restaurants in Mumbai: Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone and other stars dine there


Offering fusion Indian dishes in an upscale space, the award-winning Trèsind Mumbai is frequented by Sonakshi Sinha, R. Madhavan, Vicky Kaushal, Kartik Aryan, Huma Qureshi and Saqib Saleem. We highly recommend their chef’s tasting menu, which includes inventive dishes such as Pani Puri Arugula, Shiso Khakhra, Amritsari Soft Shell Crab and Khandvi Ice Cream.

Address: Ground Floor Inspire BKC E, G Block BKC, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East. Tel: 08928000057

The bandstand pantry

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Ahan Shetty, Athiya Shetty, KL Rahul, Robin Uthappa and Manushri Chillar were photographed at the Bandstand Pantry. Launched by Trophy cricketer Ranji Sinan Kader and designed by Mana Shetty, the restaurant offers stunning Arabian Ocean views and a relaxed ambience. Highlights of their all-day breakfast offerings include Tofu Egg Masala, Truffle Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs, Superfood Smoothie Bowl, and Basil Pesto Flatbread.

Address: Bandstand Apartments, Shop 1, BJ Road, next to Barista Cafe, Bandra West. Tel: 09920100084


Housed in the bungalow where Mumbai’s beloved Indigo fine dining restaurant once stood, Neuma marks Karan Johar’s foray into the hospitality industry, and is where Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have chosen to celebrate their first anniversary of marriage. Renowned architect and interior designer Ashiesh Shah has conceptualized the restaurant’s minimal-looking/maximum-minded interiors to provide diners with a design-first experience that few nosheries in India can rival. We recommend the Potato Baker, Orange Sweet Potatoes, Chipotle Mushrooms, Laksa Snapper, Soy Glazed Duck, New Zealand Lamb Chops, Belgian BBQ Pork Belly, grilled salmon with black rice, vodka pannacotta and peanut butter parfait.

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