Do you love Indian food? We do too, and that's why we dedicate ourselves to finding the best places to enjoy Indian cuisine in Mumbai. We've diligently scouted out the top eateries, and we've listened to our readers and their reviews of Mumbai restaurants. We share the places that get great buzz, like Jewel of India, and we showcase the ones that have proven themselves over time, like Gaylord. We also point out good neighborhoods for Indian restaurants in Mumbai . When the craving hits, we'll make sure you get your fix!

New Kulfi Centre


It might look like a tiny hole in the wall, but this simple takeaway has been serving Mumbai's best kulfi (Indian-style ice cream) for decades. The desert comes in a tantalising variety of flavours, including chocolate, banana, pistachio and...  Read More



The modest-looking restaurant at the Jehangir Art Gallery has hidden depths. Beneath whirring fans, the elderly owner serves up delicious homestyle cooking – fish and meat curries, spicy vegetable sauces and all sorts of fried and roasted...  Read More

Indian Summer


Just seconds from Churchgate Station on the Veer Nariman Road dining strip, this calm and contemporary restaurant serves the best of Indian vegetarian and 'non-veg' cuisine. The kebabs and Indian breads (naan, roti and the like) are particularly...  Read More



A grand old dame of the Mumbai dining scene, Gaylord is as popular today as it was when it first opened in the 1950s. The menu covers a huge range of Indian and continental dishes, all competently prepared and served in double quick time....  Read More

Jewel of India


Underneath the sloping terrace leading up to the Nehru Centre, Jewel of India is much loved by North Mumbai families. Explore the Discovery of India show or take in a show at the Planetarium, then enjoy huge portions of North Indian favourites...  Read More



No prizes for guessing who owns this restaurant near the seafront at Colaba. Sachin Tendulkar allegedly drew on his mother's recipes when he founded the restaurant; the menu takes old-fashioned Indian, Chinese and continental favourites and...  Read More