Going out to eat isn't always about cravings. Often enough, mealtimes dictate our choices, limiting restaurant possibilities. When circumstances narrow the options, let 10Best help. We'll direct you to the best Lunch restaurants in Mumbai and save you the hassle of calling around for business hours. 10Best readers find much to enjoy at Khyber thanks to its all-around good offerings. It's also hard to beat Gaylord, which serves just what you're looking for when you're in the market for a great Lunch.


A narrow doorway near the famous Indigo restaurant leads to this hidden gem in the heart of Colaba. Inside, a pocket-sized bar gives way to an intimate dining room, serving dishes from across Asia (look out for unusual Tibetan dishes amongst the...  Read More

CG 83

This long-established restaurant has returned to its original location at Kemps Corner and the regulars have come with it. Culinary pioneer Nelson Wang has been serving up top-notch Chinese dishes for two decades; the menu features dishes from...  Read More

China Gate

Reached through a blue-tiled Chinese gateway, China Gate is a handy option for shoppers on nearby Linking Road. Dishes from mainland China and Hong Kong are skilfully prepared, and the barbecued ribs are a treat. Look out for a few Thai dishes...  Read More

Golden Dragon

According to legend, this grand Chinese restaurant at the Taj Mahal Palace was the first place in India to serve fiery Szechuan dishes from south-west China. Today, it still wins plaudits for the complex flavours of its Chinese and Cantonese...  Read More


One of four world-class restaurants at the ITC Grand Maratha, Pan-Asian cooks up the finest dishes from Japan, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Mongolia, Myanmar and Korea. The Korean barbecue is blisteringly authentic, and the Chinese menu runs to...  Read More

India Jones

Cuisines from across Asia are celebrated at this elegant and sophisticated restaurant at the Hilton Towers in Nariman Point. The menu gathers dishes from as far afield as Thailand, Japan, China and Korea. This is hotel dining at its most...  Read More

Henry Tham's

Style is the watchword at this elegant Chinese eatery close to the Taj Mahal Hotel. Lunchtimes are quiet – come in the evening to feast on high-quality Cantonese and mainland Chinese cooking in Zen-like surroundings. The design sensibility...  Read More

Ling's Pavilion

This atmospheric Chinese restaurant attracts lots of Chinese expats and visiting businessmen – always a good sign. The dining room conjures up the mood of mainland China with a huge three-dimensional mural and an artificial cloud-filled sky...  Read More

Pearl of the Orient

Slowly revolving atop the Ambassador Hotel, Pearl of the Orient is more than a novelty. The extensive menu features dishes from all over China, expertly prepared using fresh ingredients. The Cantonese dishes are particularly fine. The rotating...  Read More

Royal China

Facing onto the Azad Maidan, this discreet eatery is famous for its lunchtime dim sum. Served in traditional bamboo steamers, the Chinese dumplings are delicate and delicious. In the evenings, the roast duck pancakes are a surefire hit....  Read More

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