Mumbai eating takes to the waves

As the gateway to India and its monetary capital, Mumbai has maybe essentially the most vibrant and buzzing eating scene within the nation. Once dominated by tapriwalas (shanty tea outlets) and thelawalas (meals carts), consuming in Mumbai has moved from the streets into posh fine-dining areas, serving up Instagram-worthy consuming experiences and culinary improvements which can be breaking boundaries and redefining the town’s gastronomic scene.

The restaurant guarantees an important view. Photo by Ark Deck Bar

The newest novel providing from Mumbai is eating on the ocean, with night-time views of the glowing metropolis skyline, and the possibility to identify dolphins gambolling within the waters past the Bandra-Worli Sealink bridge.

The open deck  artwork deck bar from above.

Set on an ocean-going cruiser, anchored within the Arabian Sea, the Ark Deck Bar is unfold over three ranges, with an open-air bar deck, a modern sit-down restaurant, swish non-public eating areas and three suites for prime rollers. The cosy blue and white colors create a Mediterranean vibe, whereas the menu of latest fusion delicacies mixes Italian, Lebanese, American and Mexican flavours.

The lounge will play home music at night time. Photo by Ark Deck Bar

Diners are ferried to the floating restaurant from a jetty close to the Bandra-Worli Sealink toll. After a 12 minute speedboat trip, you’ll have the ability to take in 360-degree views of the ocean as you sip cool cocktails and bop to party-perfect tunes from an in-house DJ, promising a memorable night time on the waves. The cruiser has been dubbed the ‘city’s subsequent hotspot’, and it’s proving in style after simply three weeks, with weekends being booked out.

Transfers are included. Photo by Ark Deck Bar

The restaurant is open from 5pm each day, however reservations are important to safe a desk and switch. The full swanky eating expertise right here comes with a INR 6000 cowl cost per couple, however that is redeemable in opposition to meals and drinks. The cowl for single males is INR 3500.

Words:  Deepika Gumaste

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