The Top 8 Brunch Spots In Mumbai
Image Credit: Crispy Prawn Sundal | Image Credit:

If you’re in the maximum city and are craving a great brunch, don’t worry, because you’ll be spoiled for choices. From posh 5-star hotel buffet options to classic brunches like sandwiches, pancakes, or local dishes, you can look forward to many brunch options when visiting Mumbai. Here are the eight best places to have brunch in Mumbai:

1.    Blah!, Bandra-Kurla Complex

Blah brunch cafe is one of the latest places to have a delectable brunch in the midst of the concrete jungle here. It is known to serve breakfast and brunches from a global menu amid a modern and lively ambiance. The restaurant is done up in white and has amazing light fixtures, swings, and hanging herb planters. Do not skip the Bacon and Avocado Rose Benedict, Truffle-infused Scrambled Eggs, and Garlic-stuffed pockets with cheese.

Chef’s recommendation: Classic egg benedict, crispy bacon, and pearl barley salad.

Price for two: INR 2000  

Address: G 4, Plot 70, Ground Floor, Capital Building, Block G, MMRDA BKC, Bandra Kurla Complex,

Time: 12pm-1:30am

2.    Café Madras, Matunga East

This iconic cafe in Mumbai is known to serve the best authentic south Indian food. The cafe opens at 7:30 am, and from the moment it opens, it’s hard to find a spot here. Early morning joggers have a quick stopover for a hot breakfast and some authentic filter coffee. There’s a buzz in the air as waiters carry bowls of chutney and sambar to and fro, and the temple bells hanging from the ceiling make it stand out. The prices are affordable, as you can have Idli sambar for Rs. 20 or have upma made in desi ghee for the same amount of money. Savor the Mysore masala dosa for Rs. 30, served with brown powder chutney and the flavorful sambar and chutney.

Chef’s recommendation: Rasam Vada, Tuppa dosa with Podi,

Price for two: INR 300

Address: 38 B, Circle House, King's Circle, Near Maheshwari Udyan, Matunga East

Time: 7am–2:30pm & 4pm–10:30pm

3.    Cecconi’s, SoHo House, Juhu

Is there a better way to spend a morning in Mumbai than having a good brunch by the sea? This modern-day classic Italian restaurant is open all seven days a week. They are known to serve a good spread of authentic handmade pastas, pizzas, grills, gnocchi, and much more that go well with an aperol spritz or Campari cocktail.

Chef’s recommendation:  Wild Mushroom Pizza, Calamari Fritters, Snapper, Spaghetti, Salads. 

Price for two: INR 3000

Address: Soho House 16, Chandrabai Nagar, Juhu Tara Road, Santacruz West,

Time: 12pm-12am

4.    The Tanjore Tiffin Room, Versova, Andheri West

Come home to a superb South Indian brunch spread with authentic options like idiyappam and curries. This Tamilian bistro serves home-style food right in the middle of the city. Definitely try the tamarind fish curry, surmai, coconut rice, and appam.

Chef’s recommendation: Railway Chicken Curry, Crispy Prawn Sundal, Karaikudi Fried Prawns, Veg Chettinad, Veg Tamil Curry,

Price for two: INR 1500

Address: 12, Second Floor, Union Park, Pali Hill, Bandra West,

Time: 12pm-1am

5.    Lotus Café, JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu

You cannot miss the palatial JW Marriott on Juhu Tara Road, and in it is located a coffee shop called "Lotus Café." Its name comes from the lotus pond located near it. It has a global menu to cater to the locals as well as the hotel guests staying at the hotel. You can order anything from Italian to Continental and from North Indian to Pan-Asian. They offer some really good options for brunch, like caprese salad, garlic butter prawns, grilled chicken breast salad, seekh kebab, etc.

Chef’s recommendation: Pizza margherita, paneer tikka masala, herb-roasted sea bass, mud cake, and granny smith apple pie.

Price for two: INR 4000

Address: JW Marriott, Juhu Tara Road, Juhu,

Time: 7am-1am

6.    Royal China, Fort, Mumbai

After visiting Fort in South Mumbai, there’s a chance that you’ll be hungry and want to have a bite. Stop by Royal China, which is a popular restaurant, especially among celebrities, and is known for its special dim sum lunch and executive lunch served during the week. Make sure you have a reservation, as it may be difficult to walk in and get a table without a long wait. Savor some delectable pan-fried vegetable gyoza, silken tofu with asparagus and soya chili, lamb in chili oil with spring onions, etc.

Chef’s recommendation: Stir fried Chinese greens with black mushrooms, exotic vegetables, and vegetarian Fukien fried rice.

Price for two: INR 2500

Address: 2nd Floor, Damian House, Hill Road, Bandra West,

Time: 11:30am–3:30pm, 7pm–11:30pm

7.    Fenix, The Oberoi Mumbai, Nariman Point

What better place to enjoy a Sunday brunch than at a roof-top bar in south Mumbai with a spectacular view of the sea? Fenix is located at the Oberoi Mumbai, so the food is obviously top-notch. Enjoy pancakes, waffles, and eggs, along with unlimited Moet & Chandon champagne. To round it all up, indulge in an array of desserts, like chocolate fondue, pastries, fresh fruits, etc.

Chef’s recommendation: Lambchops with rosemary jus and bread, sushi, pizza.

Price for two: INR 6000 (with alcohol)

Address: The Oberoi, Nariman Point, Mumbai

Time: 6:30am–11:30pm

8.    Americano, Kala Ghoda, Fort

The crowd at Kala Ghoda is amazing during the day and the night, and if you’re here, hop into Americano for an ideal brunch. Here chef Alex Sanchez whips up some popular American foods like steak, salads, pizza, and pork ribs, all served along with gin and tequila shots.

Chef’s recommendation: Ribs, duck confit, truffle risotto, tiramisu, chocolate cake, gelato.

Price for two: INR 4000 (with alcohol)

Address: 123, Radha Bhavan, Nagindas Master Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort,

Time: Wednesday-6pm – 10:30pm; Thu-Fri: 7pm – 10:30pm; Sat:12noon – 5pm