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Go Old-School With These Candlelight Dinners In Mumbai This Valentine's Day

Nupur posted on 05 February

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While we can always vouch for cool places in the city where we can let our hair down with ‘Closer’ playing in the background, sometimes a quiet dinner with somebody is all you need. If you’re more into candles than strobe lights, here are places you can hit up.

Jugheads, Khar

Now, Jugheads has been an old couple-frequented spot. Each table is nicely lit with a tea light candle in a glass bowl with rose petals.They have an ambiance that transports you back to the nineties{you can always catch a Backstreet Boys song here}, have a one plus one offer till 8pm {on weekends} and swoon over your better half, all at once.Their food menu has sauteed mushrooms at INR 175, prawns aglio olio at INR 325 and potato wedges at INR 165.

Pubs

4, Mishra House, 1st & 4th Road Junction, Khar West, Mumbai

Dome, Churchgate

Touted as one of the best views with warm lights at besides the sea at The Intercontinental, Dome should be saved for special occasions. With cocktails starting at INR 750 and beer at INR 450 a pint, may be pre-drinking is a good idea when you’re low on cash. There’s sushi, seafood platter, crepes and artisanal square pizzas to be relished.

Fine Dining

Hotel Inter Continental, 135, Churchgate, Mumbai

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Pali Village Cafe, Pali

With no signboards directing you to this place quietly sitting besides Janata bar, Pali Village Cafe has been a favourite haunt for those who like their food tasty and interiors, ruined. Slightly higher on the pricing with salads starting at INR 290, sandwiches at INR 355 and mains at INR 560 – it will pinch you a bit but the vibe will make up for it. Unless you prefer its noisier cousin Janata, PVC is ideal for when you want to talk.

Fine Dining

602, Ambedkar Road, Pali Naka, Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai

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LBBTip

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