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Brunching It Right: 15 Restaurants That Serve A Mean 'Ol Brunch On Sundays

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Brunch is not a meal, it’s an experience with loved ones. You can wake up late, look casual and relaxed and sit at one of these restaurants and have several drinks and a meal, depending on the season. Go for a cold salad in summer, while winter (if there is such a thing in Mumbai) may draw you to a soup and sandwich.

Blah!

Blah is the newest addition to BKS's concrete jungle, and may we tell you that the brunches there are absolutely worth your time. This gastronomic hub serves breakfast and brunch plates from cuisines across the globe and has a very warm and summery ambiance. The furniture is wooden and rustic, the servings are eclectic, and then there's ample greenery that sets an easygoing and fresh vibe.

What Not To Miss: Bacon and avocado rose benedict, truffle-infused scrambled egg, garlic stuffed pockets with cheese. 

Price: Blah has an a la carte brunch menu, but expect to shell out around INR 2,000 for two people. 

Timings: 12 PM to 6 PM 

The Finch

Set in an old factory in Powai, this restaurant, which is usually a nightclub, turns into a venue for a nice and healthy brunch every Sunday. In addition, it also has a variety of beers and cocktails. Also, the Sunday brunch comprises soup, salads, cold cuts,  desserts, starters, and main course options.

What Not To Miss: All their food, especially desserts.

Price: INR 999 plus taxes for a non-alcoholic brunch; INR 2,309 plus taxes for alcohol and brunch

Timings: 12 PM to 4 PM

The Daily Bar & Kitchen, Bandra

The Daily Bar and Kitchen in Bandra is definitely one of Bandra's most happening hotspots. The restaurant cum bar has a four-course set Sunday Brunch offering every week. The best part — it includes cocktails, sangria, and beer too! The vibe is fun and relaxed, and the music is loud, making for a great casual outing with your friends.

What Not To Miss: Roasted chicken salad, Brioche pork pockets

Price: INR 1,400 without alcohol; INR 2,300 with alcohol

Timings: 12 PM to 4 PM

The Little Door

With alfresco seating and a lively atmosphere, The Little Door in Andheri is a fun brunch destination. The restaurant serves up European fare — Greek, Spanish, Italian, and more in a part buffet, part table service setting. If you love karaoke, get up on stage and belt out your faves at this restaurant — they have Sunday karaoke every weekend. Brunch is on from 12 PM to 4 PM. 

What Not To Miss: Smoked salmon and crab tartare, cold meats

Price: INR 1,800 plus taxes, including unlimited alcohol; INR 2,200 plus taxes, including premium alcohol and cocktails. 

Timings: 12 PM to 4 PM

Loco Loca

Loco Loca's easygoing vibe and eclectic Indo-Spanish cuisine combine for an ideal Sunday afternoon. We love that they have free-flowing beer and sangria along with an unlimited food menu. Expect pasta and pizzas that are out of this world (we mean it). They also have live music that sets the mood for a fun time with friends, family, or bae. 

What Not To Miss: Slow roast tomato and onion Shakshouka, Norwegian smoked salmon

Price: INR 1,800 per person, with unlimited food and drinks (beer and sangria)  

Timings: 12 PM to 4 PM

Hakkasan, Bandra

Hakkasan in Bandra is the mecca of delicious Asian food. Expect Chinese and cantonese delicacies made with that authentic touch. A tad bit expensive (but absolutely worth it), Hakkasan serves an old-fashioned 6- course Chinese brunch every Sunday to tantalize your tastebuds. Do not forget to try their dim sum while you're at it. 

What Not To Miss:  Crispy duck salad, edamame truffle dumpling, carrot cake

Price: INR 4,620, inclusive of unlimited alcohol 

Timings: 12 PM to 4 PM

Indian BBQ Company

Want unlimited grills, barbecue, and buffets at reasonable prices? Then Andheri's Indian BBQ Co's Sunday brunch is the best for your pockets! They've got 12 delish starters from all over the country, 6 salad variations, 2 kinds of soup, 12 main course items, and 10 kinds of desserts. Apart from that, there are 10 different live counters whipping up kheema pavs, teppanyaki noodles, pav bhaji, and so much more. Here's a quick tip: skip breakfast to save some space for their Sunday special brunch. 

What Not To Miss: Bhattiwali chicken tangdi kebab, dahi bhalle, railway mutton curry and Hyderabadi chicken biryani

Price: INR 849 (plus taxes) for unlimited grills and barbecue 

Timings: 12 PM to 4 PM 

Goose & Gridiron

With its pretty alfresco seating, complete with plenty of natural greenery, the Goose And Gridiron is a lovely place to unwind on a Sunday afternoon. The interiors are equally pretty - think wooden furniture, tiled tables, and pops of artwork lining the walls. They offer a set menu for food every Sunday and you can choose from soups, salads, pizza, juices, salads and apps.

What Not To Miss: If you're a fan of hearty breakfasts, try the King's Breakfast menu

Price: INR 1,050 for unlimited food (plus taxes) without alcohol and INR 1,450 (plus taxes) for unlimited food with alcohol

Timings: 12 PM to 3:30 PM

Koko

If you're in Lower Parel, head to Koko for The Sakura Brunch. This upscale Asian restaurant has an elegant vibe that's ideal for date nights, but they also happen to host a fab brunch on weekends that comprises 26 gob-smacking Asian delicacies to please your belly. Koko also has a live dim sum cart and noodle and wonton bar.

What Not To Miss: Koko signature roll, dim sum, and desserts

Price: INR 2,200 plus taxes (no alcohol)

Timings: 12 PM to 4 PM

Roots Of India

From paneer tikka from the taste of Punjab to the tadka of Rajasthan, Roots Of India captures the Indian culture and it’s flavours at its best. Tucked around Times Square in Marol, this fine dine is popularly known for its masaledar North Indian and Mughlai food. Plus, they've got a great ambience too with a good share of greens, a classy bar, and modern decor. Expect nine delectable starters, 12 main courses, three salads, two soups, one welcome drink, four desserts, and even a live section for pasta.  

What Not To Miss: A great selection of wine and beer, mouth-watering Oriental starters, momo and sushi. 

Price: INR 999 plus taxes

Timings: 12 PM to 4 PM 

145 The Mill

Headed to the Lower Parel outpost? Check into 145 The Mill for what they're calling The Most Epic Brunch ever. Apart from a live band, a live crepe station and a chocolate cascade to throw it back to 2009, they have a specially curated gin menu to go with the brunch options. On every Sunday, from noon to 4 pm, beer and sangria will also keep you company, if you're not looking for some heavy day drinking! 

What Not To Miss: Big Breakfast with eggs, mushroom, roasted tomato, potato manchego cake, hollandaise, sourdough, Spicy Salmon Tartare, Pulled Pork Charcoal Roll and the Tiramisu Pancake which is a dessert lovers delight!

Price: INR 1,700 plus taxes, without alcohol and INR 2,200 plus taxes, with drinks.

The Bombay Canteen

If you find yourself in in Lower Parel on a Sunday, head to The Bombay Canteen for what they're calling the 'No Rules Brunch', which is available every Saturday and Sunday. Whether you want to begin with chaat, eggs, cocktails or something else, this brunch has no rules. And, it's inspired by brunch classics across the globe. In classic TBC-style, they've elevated the chaats you know and love, so you can tuck into them or try out their rendition of "Indianised" waffles. And of course, there's a lot to sip on and be merry on along with the food from 11am to 4pm.

What Not To Miss: Lump Crab Dahi Puri or Avocado Papdi Chaat. You'll also love the Parsi Scotch Eggs, Choriz and Bacon Kulcha, Dosa Waffles, Jamun Club 

Price: This brunch menu is a la carte, prices start at INR 495 (plus taxes)

The Little Easy

A relaxed space with American food, great booze and even live music at times, we can imagine ourselves unwinding at The Little Easy for a Sunday brunch. There's usually a live screening of a match, or great music here between 12pm to 4pm on Sundays and the menu's variety indicates that there's something for everyone at this casual resto bar. 

What Not To Miss: Pepperoni, Ham & Mushroom Pizza, Mumbai Style Vada Slider, Mezze Platter

Price: INR 1,295 (plus taxes) for food and mocktails; INR 1,495 (plus taxes) for food and beer. If you're ordering cocktails aor other premium spirits, there's a separate charge for that.

Poco Loco

Missed a trip to Spain? Thank god you can grab the country's food in Khar at Poco Loco, at least! The casual space is expansive, serving Spanish and Mexican food along with meads and ciders. So, this Sunday brunch is one you mustn't miss. The music is relaxed quite like the ambience, which can be a little colourful in parts. If you're in the mood for burritos, tacos and some salsa, you should head here from 12pm to 4pm.  

What Not To Miss: Tomatina, Mexican Spiced Fried Squid, Quesadilla, Chocolate Chilly Tart

Price: INR 1,099 (plus taxes) for unlimited food,  INR 1,698 (plus taxes) for food and beers, wine and sangria; and INR 2,199 (plus taxes) for food and beers, wine, sangria and cocktails.

O Pedro

Looking for a weekend ticket to Goa? Head to BKC for some Goan food and brunch at O Pedro. Every Saturday and Sunday you can have Pedro's Brunch, which is a new menu that's introduced at this Goan-Portuguese restaurant. While the menu does have lots of Goan chorizo and the beach state's all-day favourites, the cocktails remind you of the fun of the tropical life. The brunch menu is available from 11am to 4pm and is served a la carte. 

What Not To Miss: Avocado Poee, Ros Omelet, Choriz Benedict, Poee Waffles, Bone Marrow Assado, Konkan Bellini, Pedro's Tiki-tini

Price: This brunch menu is a la carte, prices start at INR 495 (plus taxes)