The city of Mumbai apart from its rich culture is known for its food. Now, there are number of restaurants in the city that provide for delicious vegetarian as well non-vegetarian cuisine. There are several restaurants that are renowned for non-vegetarian delicacies. So, here is presenting a list of “Top 10 non-vegetarian restaurants” located in Mumbai city worth visiting.

a. Bagdadi:

Located in Colaba in South Mumbai is a restaurant named Bagdadi renowned for non-vegetarian delicacies. This restaurant mainly specializes in North Indian, Mughlai, and Chinese cuisine. Furthermore, according to the website Zomato the average cost of a meal for two is Rs 400, which is inexpensive.  The delicacies popular with customers include chicken biryani, butter chicken, boti chicken, beef fry, and bheja fry. In terms of desserts, Caramel custard and Pudding is regularly consumed by customers over here.

b. Bademiya:

Established by Mohammed Yaseen way back in 1946 is a restaurant called Bademiya known for delicious non-vegetarian delicacies. Originally built in the Apollo Bundar area just behind The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, it currently also possesses an outlet located in the Kala Ghoda area. Furthermore, it is renowned for its delicious “sheek kababs”. Popular delicacies served over here include Bademiya mutton sheek roll, Beda Roti, Rumali Roti, Butter chicken, and Bhuna chicken. The average cost of a meal for two is Rs 900.

c. Delhi Darbar:

Renowned mainly for “Mughlai” cuisine is a restaurant situated in Colaba known as Delhi Darbar. It also provides for Chinese and North Indian non-vegetarian cuisine. Furthermore, delicacies such as Butter chicken, Tanddori Chicken, Bheja Fry, and Rumali Roti are extremely popular at this restaurant. In terms of dessert, it is Julam Jamun that is famous. Furthermore, the average cost of a meal for two costs about Rs 900.

d. Caravan Serai:

Situated in the suburbs of Andheri and Bandra in Mumbai is a popular restaurant known as Caravan Serai. It is renowned for North Indian non-vegetarian cuisine. Furthermore, it is renowned for delicacies such as chicken biryani. In terms of drinks, this restaurant serves beer which cost Rs 220 and Rs 230 for a pint at the Bandra and Andheri outlets respectively. As for desserts, chocolate mousse is extremely popular over here. The average cost of a meal for two is Rs 1,500 and Rs 1,200 at the Bandra and Andheri outlets respectively.

e. Barbeque Nation:

Found in multiple cities in India (including Mumbai) is a restaurant providing for non-vegetarian cuisine known as Barbeque Nation. Owned by “Barbeque Nation Hospitality Ltd” this restaurant chain is especially known for its “kebabs”. Furthermore, it also provides for North Indian, Chinese, and Continental cuisine. Popular delicacies include barbeque chicken, Tangdi chicken, and curry crab. With regards to dessert it is walnut brownie that is consumed on a regular basis. An average cost of meal for two at this restaurant is about Rs 1,900.

f. Chinagate:

Known for its delicious food and “elegant interiors” is a restaurant called Chinagate situated in the suburb of Bandra at Linking Road. It is renowned for mainly non-vegetarian Chinese cuisine. Furthermore, delicacies such as dumplings, spicy crab meat soup, and chicken fried rice are extremely popular over here. In terms of drinks, they serve beer which cost Rs 210 for a pint. As for desserts, it is Caramel Custard that is frequently consumed by customers at this restaurant. On an average, a meal for two cost Rs 1,800 over here.

g. Global Fusion:

Located in Sakinaka (eastern suburb of Mumbai) is a restaurant known as Global Fusion. It is popular for non-vegetarian delicacies such as Sushi (raw fish), Seafood soup, and Crab curry. In terms of desserts served, it is the Butter Cake that is extremely popular over here. Furthermore, this restaurant is also known to for its elegant ambiance and good décor. With regards to drinks, beer is served which cost Rs 220 for a pint of beer. The average cost of a meal for two over here is Rs 3,500.

h. Leopold Café and Bar:

Located along the Colaba Causeway is a restaurant known as Leopold Café and Bar. It is renowned for Mughlai, American, Chinese, and Italian non-vegetarian cuisine. Delicacies such as mutton kheema, roast chicken, Kung Pao chicken, and beef teriyaki are extremely popular with customers at this restaurant. In terms of drinks, beer is served which costs Rs 290 for a pint. On an average, the cost of a meal for two is about Rs 1,600.

i. Ustaadi:

Situated in close proximity to Crawford Market is a restaurant known as Ustaadi. It is renowned for North Indian, Mughlai, Middle Eastern, Continental, and Italian non-vegetarian cuisine. Furthermore, this restaurant was earlier known as Zaffran, and is popular for Butter chicken. In addition, the average cost of a meal for two at this restaurant is about Rs 1,200. Alcoholic beverages are not sold over here.

j. Koyla:

Renowned for being situated on a “rooftop” is a restaurant in Colaba known as Koyla. It provides for Mughlai and North Indian non-vegetarian cuisine. Furthermore, this restaurant is known for delicacies such as kakori kebabs and Chicken Tikka. In addition, the ambiance provided over here is excellent, and no alcoholic beverages are served. The average cost of a meal for two at this restaurant is about Rs 1,600.

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