Bombay’s Bottomless Brunch Club | MF Guide

By Mallika Dabke June 27, 2018
Anything unlimited is the stuff of dreams.

Name a better duo than brunch and Sunday. I’ll wait.

It’s an understatement to say that all of us at Mumbai Foodie love the combination of food, drinks, and unlimited anything. One of my favourite activities of the week, and sometimes the highlight too, is doing a grand Sunday Brunch. I try to save it for special occasions and celebrations, but once in a while, I give in to the calling. Whoever invented the all-you-can-eat concept deserves an award. I scoured the internet and picked the brains of my colleagues to make a list of Mumbai’s best bottomless brunches, so that you don’t have to take on the responsibility on an early Sunday morning!

 

The Little Door, Andheri

The Little Door is one of Andheri’s cutest and coolest spots to be brunching at. Greek-inspired interiors set the tone for a continental spread here. The blue and white décor creates a summery vibe and there’s even karaoke for when you’ve had enough drinks to think you sing well!

Cost: Food: INR 797

Food, Beer, sangria: INR 1297

Food, IMFL, cocktails: INR 1497

Food, premium alcohol, cocktails: INR 1897

 

JW Café, JW Marriot Sahar Andheri

An unbelievably large spread at JW Cafe is sure to satisfy any craving you could possibly have. Whether Indian food is your ultimate comfort food, or peking duck is your cup of tea, every palate has something to look forward to at JW Cafe! They also have a dedicated area for children’s entertainment so that you can have a truly relaxed afternoon.

Cost: Food: INR 2,900

Food and alcohol: INR 4,000

Food and champagne: INR 4,800

 

Veranda, Bandra

Veranda does an interesting and fresh take on Indian food, right from a Sambar Cappuccino to a super hearty Dhaba Chicken Platter. Their interiors are modern, with a desi twist everywhere you look. Their big brunch is coupled with live music to give you the perfect weekend-soundtrack to your meal.

Cost: Food: INR 1500

Food, beer and wine: INR 2000
Food and IMFL drinks: INR 2500

 

JLWA, Bandra

Usually the place you love to party at doesn’t always come with a banging food menu. At JLWA, the food matches the heat of the party! Unique dishes that come from the chef’s experimental side take over the menu and come to your table in an exciting way. We love JLWA for their inspired cocktails and quirky Indian food that make for a great Sunday celebration.

Cost: Food: INR 1299

Food, beer, sangria: INR 1599

Food and IMFL drinks: INR 1999

 

Flamboyante, Cuffe Parade

Cuffe Parade’s Flamboyante has been serving happy and hearty meals to their patrons for years now. It’s one of the regular joints for the South Bombay crowd. With a mixed-cuisine menu of Asian, Indian and European food, Flamboyante makes for a nice family experience on a Sunday afternoon.

Cost: Food: INR 930

Food and alcohol: INR 1800

Cafe Zoe, Todi Mills

If there’s any place that encapsulates #BrunchVibes, it is Cafe Zoe. We’ve praised them for their super bright and happy interiors and a spectacular range of food to make for a happy Sunday experience. Stepping inside Cafe Zoe feels like an escape from the hustle of the city.

P.s – They always play such great music!

Cost: Food for kids upto 10 years: INR 1100

Food and alcohol: INR 2300

 

London Taxi, Kamala Mills

This hip restaurant and bar is known for its bespoke range of cocktails that have been created with skilled nuance. All the drinks here are sugarless and every element is made in house. Their food takes inspiration from the UK while incorporating Indian ingredients and flavours offering a modern dining experience.

Cost: Unlimited food from their a la carte menu, with Kingfisher beer, sangria, mojitos and mocktails for INR 1750.


Out Of The Blue, Bandra

Out Of The Blue is celebrating the monsoon the right way: with drunch! Their bottomless Sunday Monsoon drunches are the perfect way to lift your spirits on a gloomy day. Enjoy your brunch here with a selection of wines from York Winery and The Tasting Room.

Cost: Food, wine, sangria and beer: INR 1500

 

Gymkhana 91 Bar & Kitchen

A swanky restaurant from Lower Parel’s understated club, Gymkhana 91’s Sunday brunch is all sunny skies and happy smiles. Their brunch menu is a mix of classic items and unexpected ones, from Eggs Benedict to Berry Pulao. They have a wide and special sangria selection to choose from, and a station to make your own the way you like it, whether fruity, or basic. Their elaborate Sunday brunch is accompanied by live music, too.

Cost: Food: INR 1200
Food, Sangira, Beer: INR 1750
Food, Sangria, Beer, Cocktails, Wine: INR 1999

 

Dishkiyaaon, BKC

The name Dishkiyaaon matches its quirky interiors, which in turn match the menu. The brunch here focuses on starters and desserts. You can indulge in more than 20 starters, and enjoy their khow suey, salad, biryani, pasta, waffle and dessert stations every Sunday. Children are welcome here as the restaurant organizes games and activities for them so you can brunch in peace.


Cost: Food: INR 1530
Food, beer and wine: INR 1750


Glasshouse, Hyatt Regency

Hyatt Regency’s Glasshouse does a spectacular brunch spread. Everyone who goes here raves about their Indian preparations, even though they have Asian and Italian options as well. They even do unlimited breakfast and dinner buffets, so that’s something to keep an eye out for, too. While the cost is on a higher side, this is the perfect place for a relaxed, Sunday afternoon where you want to simply celebrate life.

Cost: Food: INR 2099

Food and alcohol: INR 2999

Food with sparkling wine: INR 3495

 

Brewbot Eatery & Pub Brewery, Andheri

It’s safe to say that Andheri is densely populated with really cool breweries, and Brewbot is probably one of the best. They create menus that perfectly accompany their selection of craft beers. Their Super Sunday brunch offers you unlimited drinks and over 40 items made to order fresh from the kitchen, including their famous soft shell tacos, waffles, disco fries, French toast, pizzas, pastas, eggs benedict and more.

Cost: Food: INR 1345

Food, Wine, Sangria and Craft Beer: INR 1795

Food, Wine, Sangria, Craft Beer, Spirits and Cocktails: INR 1995

Food for children between 5-12 years: INR 995

 

Pondicherry Café, Sofitel, BKC

Inside BKC’s Sofitel, the large Pondicherry Cafe offers a splendid spread. The bottomless buffet covers a number of cuisines and even throws in a remarkable bar that concocts special cocktails. A brunch here is the perfect way of having a fancy and large celebratory meal.

Cost: Food: INR 2900

Food and alcohol: INR 3250

Food and champagne: INR 3900

Food for children between 10 to 11 years of age: INR 1300

 

The Good Wife, BKC

If you work in BKC, chances are you’ve been to The Good Wife more than once. This restaurant and pub puts up a classic and simple European food menu, served with delicious cocktails. If you’re a lunch time regular, change things up by indulging in this unlimited meal instead of the week-day corporate style set lunches they have.

Cost: Food: INR 1650
Food with alcohol: INR 2500



The Bayview Restaurant, Hotel Marine Plaza

What better way to celebrate Sunday and this great city than while brunching while overlooking the iconic Queen’s Necklace. The Bayview Restaurant offers a great mix of Indian and continental food that will have you licking your lips and asking for seconds!


Price: Food: INR 1644
Food with alcohol: INR 2149

Pro tip: That wine glass against the blue sea is an Instagram winner, and you know it. Do it for the gram!


Seven Kitchens, St. Regis

Seven Kitchens at The St. Regis boasts of one of the largest seafood spreads, and specialises in serving up fresh coastal delicacies to your table. The Island Brunch, as they call it, is well known for its seafood grills, sashimi bar and dishes like their Sea Bass Chilli Garlic and Salmon Gravlax coupled with free-flowing champagne, wine, beer and cocktails.


Cost: INR 3300 onwards

Independence Brewing Company, Andheri

As one of Andheri’s resident cool beer spots, Independence Brewing Company is the perfect place for a chill Sunday with your gang. While the focus of the bar is their beer, their accompanying food menu is made up of some cool tapas style dishes and simple favourites like pizzas and burgers.

Cost: Food: INR 799

Food, Craft Beer and Sangria: INR 1199

Food, Craft Beer, Cocktails and IMFL drinks: INR 1699

The Daily Bar and Kitchen, Bandra

From all the hipster pubs in Mumbai, The Daily has to be one of our favourites. While the vibe here is very casual, the food that they serve is serious business. Their Sunday brunch is a four-course set menu that comes with unlimited drinks. The menu features some of their best salads, sandwiches, omelettes, pancakes, waffles, pastas, and more – everything that makes a Sunday brunch truly wholesome.

Cost: Food: INR 1200

Food and alcohol: INR 1900

Food, alcohol, mimosas and bellinis: INR 2200

Long & Short – Intercontinental, Churchgate

I have to say, I’m a sucker for karaoke. They are a great way to bring people together and do something out of the ordinary. Long & Short’s Karaoke Sunday Brunch is a great way to end your week. Their brunch features everything from their a la carte menu, which is great owing to how brilliantly curated it is. It features a selection of items across multiple cuisines, so there’s an option for almost everyone, from hot-dogs to risotto.

Cost: Food: INR 2500

Food and premium alcohol: INR 3500

Food, premium alcohol and champagne: INR 4500

Doolally Taproom– Khar

Doolally Brunch

Doolally Brunch

 

Why just brunch on Sunday? Doolally at Khar has sorted your Saturday and Sunday brunch plans. They have curated a brunch menu that has Unlimited Beer, Unlimited Beverages, Breakfast and a lunch spread. Available from 12 PM to 4 PM, your weekend brunch plans are surely looking brighter now.

Cost: INR 1500 (All Inclusive)

Happy Brunching!