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Christmas Brunches In Mumbai To Try Now

Christmas Brunch


’Tis the season to eat and be merry. These festive menus would make sure you attain food nirvana!

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Not into Christmas? Surely, you’re into food, right? There’s this dialogue from the iconic Hindi film Dil Chahta Hain: ‘Hum cake khaane ke liye kahin bhi ja sakte hain’. It’s true, we Indians love to eat not just cake and look for excuses to do so. So, whether it’s with family, friends or a hot date—share a wholesome meal this festive season one or more of the places listed below.


The Sassy Spoon

One of Mumbai’s favourite resto-bar The Sassy Spoon is a great place to head for a Christmas brunch with your date, your family and friends. This year’s The Sassy Christmas Brunch promises a delectable spread—with main attractions like Leek and Mushroom Chicken Ballotines with Brandy Cream Sauce, Traditional Sassy Roasted Butterball Turkey with Cranberries, Glazed Carrots, Sautéed Greens, Stuffing and Gravy, Christmas Cake, Chocolate Yule Log and much much more! 

Where: Nariman Point and Powai
When: December 25, 2021; 12 pm onwards
For reservations: 99200 03500


Polo Loco Tapas and Bar

Wear your hippest festive garb and head to this joint known for its lip-smacking Spanish fare in Mumbai’s western suburbs to enjoy some great Christmas cocktails and food. Dr Loco’s Eggnog or the Sparkling Woo Woo, a mix of cranberry juice and peach liqueur, are a must-try. The Cranberry Kale with Feta Salad, Poco Loco Roast Chicken, Jamaican Spice Pork Belly and Christmas cakes and more are on the offer!

Where: Khar West
When: From December 24 to December 31, 2021; 12 pm to 12 am
For reservations: +919324191366


Monkey Bar

The Great Indian Christmas at Monkey Bar is spicing things up. Their menu is unlike any other year-end festive ones you might be familiar with. India’s first gastropub is bringing you food from regional communities like Kerala Syrian-style Roast Duck Mappas, Mangalorean Chicken Indad, East Indian Bottle Masala Shrimp Pan Roll Potato Chop Bruschetta and more. Pair them with their potent cocktails, and you will certainly have a merry Xmas!

Where: Bandra West
When: From December 15, 2021, to January 6, 2022 

For reservations: +91 7710083222


Toast & Tonic

This Gin Bar and restaurant that focuses on local produce—is going all out with a festive menu. The chefs have curated a special fare for their Under the Mistletoe offerings—using age-old charring and smoking techniques. Be it the burnt watermelon Pico de Gallo in their Quinoa Salad or the burnt grapes in their Extraordinary Pork—bold, smoky flavours are guaranteed! Polish off your main course with Mille Feuille—the French dessert made with seasonal Mahabaleshwar berry custard, marinated strawberry, marshmallows, smoked diplomat cream, brown butter crumbs. Order some Mulled Wine and Hot Toddy to get into the true Christmas spirit.

Where: BKC, Bandra East 
When: From December 6, 2021, to January 9, 2022
For reservations: +91 72088 71559


The St Regis

Indulge in the year-end festivities at The St Regis Mumbai. Take in the luxurious Christmas decor and delectable cuisine as you indulge in the festivities across the four restaurants at the hotel—from Christmas brunches and dinners to flavours of the world. The prices start from 3,800 (without alcohol).

Where: Lower Parel
When: December 25, 2021; 12 pm onwards
For reservations: 022 6162 8422


O Pedro

Treat yourself to Goan and Portuguese fare at O Pedro this festive season. The resto-bar is celebrating 12 Days of Christmas! Enjoy bowls of Bacon Chorizo Pulao, Smoked Pork Sorpotel and Chef Floyd’s Christmas Lamb and Christmas-inspired cocktails and desserts—to satiate the glutton in you! You could have some of these delivered at home as well!

Where: BKC
When: From December 12, 2021 to December 24,2021
For reservations: +91 99673 65514

Make that reservation. Eat your heart out without the guilt. After the two miserable years we’ve had, all of us deserve to live a little. Happy festivities!


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