These spots in Mumbai are offering sumptuous Sunday brunches for less than ₹1000!
Located right next to the rocky Versova Beach, The House is a local favourite amongst young Mumbaikars looking for a budget Sunday brunch. The place sports a mellow decor inspired by the colours of the sea and has a very easy and chill vibe to it. There’s soft, acoustic music playing as you prepare to spend the day here chatting with your buddies while gorging on lip-smacking delicacies. If you’re in the mood to continue your Saturday night party, add unlimited IMFL for just ₹599 to your meal and let the spirits run high! Talk about value for money!
Cost: ₹499 for unlimited food, and ₹599 for unlimited IMFL
Standout dishes: Pita bread with hummus, butter garlic prawns, chicken lollipop
Timings and location: Noon onwards; 1, Aaram Nagar 1, JP Road, Versova, Andheri West
Coupling a drink or two with a brunch is never a bad idea. This quaint eatery in Andheri’s Veera Desai Area though, takes the idea to a whole new level! The Little Door dishes out unlimited food and alcohol brunches every Sunday and mind you, the drinks play such an important role in this four-hour-long madness that they call it a ‘Sunday drunch’! What better than a ‘drunch’, you’d say? Well, they also have a karaoke setup to go with it. Nothing like bringing the house down on a Sunday afternoon, eh?
Cost: ₹797 + taxes (unlimited food); ₹1297 +taxes (unlimited food + beer + sangria); ₹1497 +taxes (unlimited food + IMFL + cocktails); ₹1897 +taxes (unlimited food + premium alcohol + cocktails)
Cuisine: Mediterranean, Mexican, Spanish, Italian
Standout dishes: Nutella pancakes, seafood sizzler, white wine sangria, fresh fruit sticks
Timings and location: Noon onwards; B 31, Ground Floor, Shree Siddhivinayak Plaza, New Link Road, Veera Desai Area
If pan-Asian cuisine is your thing, then here’s where you need to be heading this Sunday! Located in Saki Naka, Asia Kitchen and Bar offers a sumptuous spread of authentic Asian cuisine and unlimited IMFL at prices that will make you pinch yourself to believe that this is not some dream. With sushi, baos and dimsums being the highlights of this brunch, make sure to go on an empty stomach because this one is as good as it gets.
Cost: ₹995+taxes (unlimited food + IMFL)
Standout dishes: Pork belly bao, cream cheese sushi, prawn tempura, edameme dimsum
Timings and location: 12.30 p.m onwards; Ground Floor, Neelkanth Udyog Bavan, Near Sakinaka Metro Station, Sakinaka Junction, Andheri Kurla Road, Sakinaka
They say that the best way to beat a hangover is by sipping a cold beer. Located in the posh Lower Parel area of Mumbai, the White Owl solves all your hangover and hunger problems under one roof. The generous modern European spread here is classic comfort food while the in-house craft beer is brewed to perfection and works as the perfect drink to go with the meal.
Cost: ₹785 (food + limitless house ginger lemonade, juices and aerated beverages); ₹1395 (food + 3 glasses of freshly brewed House Craft Beer or house sangrias); ₹1495 (food + limitless brunch cocktails, house sangrias and White Owl house beer)
Cuisine: Finger food, European, American
Standout dishes: Craft beer, toffee and banana crepes, grilled chicken meatballs, mediterranean grilled vegetable lasagne
Timings and location: Noon onwards; Lobby, Tower 2 B, One Indiabulls Center, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai
There are brunches and then there are brunches meant for kings! Opened in 2007, Flamboyante is a massive multi-cuisine eatery located in the heart of south Mumbai. From wood-fired pizzas and live chaat counters to exotic oriental portions and a bar with cocktails that will leave you asking for more, Flamboynate’s Sunday brunch has something for everyone and should not be missed.
Cost: ₹930 (without alcohol); ₹1900 (with alcohol)
Cuisine: Mughlai, Italian, Asian, Continental
Standout dishes: Fish moilee, Kashmiri chicken tikka, burnt garlic fried rice, chocolate raspberry gateau
Timings and location: Noon onwards; 7, World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai
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