From world cuisine to authentic Indian delicacies, there’s a lot that Andheri West has to offer to your palette. Here, we take a look at the best restaurants in Andheri and what they’re great for. Check them out.
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The Tanjore Tiffin Room
This South Indian restaurant in Versova has got it just right from its interiors to its food and that’s why it makes it to our list of best restaurants in Andheri. What’s more, apart from the traditional Tamil food, which includes the all-favourite appam and stew, as well as the Malabari Parotha, but it also has an interesting bar menu, which includes cocktails like the Tamil Sunrise.
Cost for two: INR 1,200
What To Try Out: pepper chicken, lamb chops, fry prawns, filter coffee, mutton stew, appam, Malabari parantha
Yazu, Pan Asian Supper Club
If you're up for experimentation then head straight to this Japanese fine-diner and gorge on their ramen bowls, sushi, green-curry flavoured fried rice, and a variety of prawn delicacies. Yazu has Chinese options for you too.
Cost For Two: INR 2,000
What To Try Out: Crispy pan-fried gyoza, lotus root, butter garlic sichuan tiger prawns, crispy edamame
The Flying Saucer
Did you ever think you’d get to dine inside a birdcage on a rooftop? Well, this lounge in Oshiwara makes that possible. With quirky decor and out-of-the-box, handcrafted cocktails, it promises a fun evening out. If you’re feeling adventurous, sip on their SuperNova cocktail, a combination of whiskey, ginger, raspberries, lime, and rosemary smoke and you can team it up with eats from their menu featuring global flavours - think Indian, Italian, Continental, and Asian.
Cost For Two: INR 1,800
What To Try Out: Pani Puri Chicken Tikka, Kashmiri Mutton Rogan Josh
While the traditional pizza toppings will leave you spoilt for choice, 1441 also has dessert pizzas such as the Nutella Pizza! Who said Nutella won’t go on anything? Imagine taking a paper-thin slice of pizza with warm Nutella on top and biting into it. If that isn’t foodgasm, we don’t know what is.
Cost For Two: INR 1,200
What To Try Out: Nutella pizza, gourmet pizza, masala lemonade
1BHK - Brew House Kitchen
With people raving about the courteous staff and the excellent service, 1 BHK also boasts of a killer Mushroom Risotto. And we speak of Risotto as if it is the killer dish in MasterChef Australia. So in our books, if anyone masters that dish, they have to be good.
Cost For Two: INR 1,000
What To Try Out: Enchiladas, coffee, pasta, chicken wings, tiramisu
Independence Brewing Company
Boasting of one of the best Belgian Wits in the city, Independence Brewing Company is in a large list of microbreweries that have cropped up in the city. In addition to their regular menu, they also host a Sunday brunch with Sangria. If you haven’t been, it’s time to check it out.
Cost For Two: INR 1,800
What To Try Out: Pesto pizza, nachos, cheesecake
Glocal Junction may become a crowded party hangout after work, but during the day it serves up a decent lunch buffet for the workforce. Don’t forget to also try out their Sunday brunch that has a great Sangria (you’ll get all sorts of cuisines).
Cost for two: INR 1,500
What To Try Out: Pizza, churrasco chicken, veg lasagna
Pratap da Dhaba
Ever heard of a place that gives you fried garlic during your meal and ends your meal with a paan shot? If you haven’t, then you haven’t heard of Pratap Da Dhaba, one of the best Indian restaurants in Andheri West. Come here to satiate your Mughlai food cravings.
Cost for two: INR 1,000
What To Try Out: Butter chicken, chicken malai tikka, dal makhani, makkai roti, saag, kulfi