Chemould Prescott Road
While you’re in the area, pop into this tiny and thoughtfully presented museum , run by the Reserve Bank of India. It’s an engrossing...
St Thomas’ Cathedral
This charming cathedral, begun in 1672 and finished in 1718, is the oldest English building standing in Mumbai: it was once the eastern...
We were sceptical too, but when this first Starbucks cafe opened in 2012, Mumbai’s young, fun and beautiful were so, so happy that it’s...
Pradeep Gomantak Bhojanalaya
The surmai (seer) rice plate here looks plain – a fried piece of fish, some dhal, rice and chutneys on a stainless steel plate – but...
Lonely Planet review
This classic Parsi cafe has the style to match its odd little spot in the crook of a funky, rounded building, with a royal-blue and mango colour scheme and wooden stairs leading to a loft space. But the most artful thing here is the fresh, homemade dishes on the daily-changing menu. Even a simple khichdi masoor pappad (lightly spiced rice and lentils; Thursday) is memorable.