Apart from the good old meat{y} restaurants at Bandra-Kurla Complex, there are a few good vegetarians restaurants that deserve some attention. Forget ordering in, we have decided to round up the vegetarian restaurants for dining out at the BKC.

The American Joint

Photo source: The American Joint

Photo source: The American Joint

A super cozy joint in BKC, The American Joint is all about healthy eating and organic one at that. That’s right – their veggies are all organic and have been sourced from farms around Mumbai.

Even on a weekday you may find it jam-packed, however it worth the wait. The organic veggie burger is delicious and crisp – with its spicy, mayo-slathered patty in addition to its whole wheat buns, we absolutely loved it. It’s affordable and head their next time during your lunch break.

Rassam Express

Photo source: Rassam Express

Photo source: Rassam Express

With its tiny outlet in Capital building at BKC, Rassam Express is ideal for a quick heavy South Indias breakfast. Though during the rush hours, it may be tough to find a seat {its tables are shared with Wok In The Box} – its a good place for cheap veggie food.

They serve the usual dosas, uttappams {do try the cheese uttappam} and of course the filter coffee {INR 80} – which is a perfect accompaniment with a good old heavy breakfast.

Punjab Mail

Photo: Aman Deshmukh/LBB

Photo: Aman Deshmukh/LBB

If you’re Punjabi or not – doesn’t matter – go here for a proper authentic Punjabi meal. It’s a tiny open air shack – with around five to six tables but the food is what we care about really.

With its limited menu they still manage offering loads and in quantity. We pick three must try dishes – chole bhaturey, the kulchas {paneer and aloo} and of course every Punjabi’s weakness, rajma chawal. It’s affordable as the cost of two is merely between INR 200 to IR 300.

Tuskers At Sofitel

Photo source: Sofitel

Photo source: Sofitel

A luxury fine dining restaurant – this one is for pure indulgence sake. Have a date night coming up or you’re celebrating something important and are looking for a fancy outlet? Then head to Tuskers.

A Gujju’s heaven – they serve┬ávegetarian dishes that go beyond the usual paneer and aloo. The ambience is upto the mark {as expected} and there’s soft traditional music that plays in the background. We have tried the spinach tikki {which we loved} and galouti┬ákababs {soft and tender} with their classic Gujarati thali – which served at least six to seven portions of different items.

#LBBTip: We highly recommend reservations, especially over the weekends.

Featured photo source: Rassam Express