We explore stunning dine-out destinations, dreamy settings and the relationship between love and food, this time in Mumbai.
Dome at InterContinental, Churchgate
Enjoy a splendid view of the Marine Drive as you sip lip-smacking concoctions at this luxurious rooftop bar. There's an expansive alfresco dining space, which leads to an opulent dome-shaped indoor lounge. A small staircase leads to the more exclusive poolside seating, which also houses the DJ deck.
Date on a plate: Ask for their signature Burr Frog or the good old Cosmopolitan. The food menu features live grilled specialties and delectable seafood.
Indigo Delicatessen, Palladium
Re-writing the rules of luxury dining in India in the early 2000s, the award-winning Indigo Delicatessen has defined the quintessential Deli experience in India, developing a tradition of delighting guests. Originating from the house of deGustibus Hospitality, the all-day café offers an extensive selection of delicious sandwiches, salads, pasta, light meals, and a wide range of scrumptious desserts and cooling beverages, apart from a daily changing menu.
Proposal on the menu: The design set in easy colours and tones lend a sense of warmth within the space. Perfect for a sweet and short, no-frills attached proposal.
Perched atop the 34th floor of the Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai, AER offers its guests panoramic views of the city, coupled with bespoke cocktails and delectable Mediterranean tapas. AER’s minimalistic décor features mirrors and glass panels that complement the open-air vibes of the bar. The cuisine focuses on the ‘sharing-plates’ concept, comprising hot and cold appetizers, Lebanese dips, and Spanish tapas amongst other classics. Courtesy their star mixologist Harish Subramanian, AER aces the game of re-creating classic cocktails.
Cocktail party: Host your cocktail bash at the high-voltage rooftop lounge. A mix of upbeat jazz, funk, and house music create an electrifying ambiance. Take cues from their themed nights.
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