New Bars and Restaurants Opening in Mumbai – March Edition | The Urban Vibe
Doolally Taproom, Colaba
Pune’s most loved microbrewery, Doolally Taproom, known for its artisanal brews and good vibe, gets its fourth outpost in Mumbai in Colaba (2nd outlet in SoBo). Rush downto the cities mot dynamic location and bustling streets. This branch is serving ten beers on tap to begin with. Find in- house brews like the hefeweizen, apple cider, mango cider, Belgian wit, porter, gose, Abbey blonde, rauchbier, India Pale Ale and chocolate-coconut-coffee milk stout. The food menu remains the same across all the chains, which has branches in Bandra West, Andheri West and Kemps Corner.
Address: Doolally Taproom, Ground Floor, Annexe, Park House, opposite Nathalal Parikh Marg, opposite Charag Din, Colaba. Tel: 98209 66275.
The Fatty Bao, Kamala Mills
The branch of East-Asian restaurant The Fatty Bao opened in Kamala Mills Compound on Monday, February 27.
Townies this one’s for you- Bandra’s most loved Asian gastro bar Fatty Bao travels to town and gets a second outlet in Lower Parel and we have all the details. The décor here is more refreshed and relaxed than the previous outlet. You’ll find slick red doors, geometric patterns, conceptual Japanese art, wooden interiors brass lights and handmade Athangudi tiles. Look forward to a new menu at this 70-cover outpost – new entries like black rice sushi with scallops and miso; delicately rolled sushi, bowls of hearty ramens and more. Those who prefer Nigri, order the brie with pickled plum, tuna with tosazu sauce or the salmon with balsamic glaze. Besides the wide selection of dim sums and open baos, try the new small plate selection, which includes scallops in shell with XO Sauce, crisp Korean fried chicken served with sriracha mayonnaise and Chinese roast pork puffs. Those who prefer Nigri, order the brie with pickled plum, tuna with tosazu sauce or the salmon with balsamic glaze. Besides the wide selection of dim sums and open baos, try the new small plate selection, which includes scallops in shell with XO Sauce, crisp Korean fried chicken served with sriracha mayonnaise and Chinese roast pork puffs. Don’t forget the matcha tart.
Address: The Fatty Bao, 2A, Ground Floor, Trade View Building, Oasis Complex, Kamala Mills Compound, near Gate 4, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Lower Parel. Tel 022 6237 1500.
Haka, name of this place itself describes the cuisine of the restaurant!! Newly launched small family restaurant serves Chinese cuisine and is located in Fort. This 1,000 square feet venue’s menu includes a wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Think Chicken & Prawns Shumai, Dynamic Prawns (fried prawns in a creamy, sweet-spicy sauce), and stir-fried Mongolian Chicken. The menu also borrows dishes from China’s neighbours, such as Thai Curry, and Korean Rice. The reasonable pricing makes Haka a good lunch pick for working professionals.The interiors here are modern and feature interesting artwork. One wall is adorned with Chinese murals, while oak rods descend from the ceiling in a dramatic fashion. They also have a private dining section and plush bar.
Address: Haka, Palkiwala Building, Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, Fort.
Mumbai Vibe, Bandra
Mumbai Vibe, a new café to open in Bandra West this weekend. A venture by Spicy Sangria Hotels, run by jewelers turned restaurateurs Ram and Neelam Raimalani, the 3,000 square feet, two-level Mumbai Vibe will be divided into three zones: a “picnic spot”-like al fresco section, a dining area with a bakery, and a lounge upstairs. The multi-cuisine menu includes dishes such as the kheema bheja ghotala, baked cottage cheese steak and malai tiramisu. Among the house cocktails are Isle of Bombay Pearls (gin, dry vermouth, Cointreau and orange juice) and Gloria’s Mazagaon (dark rum, white rum, tequila, Cointreau, apricot brandy, orange juice, bitters and grenadine).
Address: Mumbai Vibe, Ganga Jamuna, 14th Road, diagonally opposite Monkey Bar, Khar (West). Tel: 70452 47896.