Change your penchants as these 5 just-opened restaurants and bars in Mumbai are all set to bestow entirely new eating and hanging out experience in the city. Not been so long have these 5 restaurants arrived in the city, the names are already getting on high fames and are turning out to be best of the dining or nigh-out places in Mumbai.

1. Bombay Vintage
Opp. Regal Cinema, Indian Mercantile Mansion, Regal Circle, Madame Cama Rd., Colaba, Mumbai
Contact: 022-30151662
Bombay Vintage
What’s The Twist? – The Bombay Feel
Timings: 11AM – 1AM
Cuisines: Continental, Italian, Chinese, Thai, South Indian, North Indian, Burgers
What To Try Must? –  Chicken Biryani cooked in traditional Thai way including Thai red-curry paste and spices that will give quite distinct flavour than Mughlai or Hyderabadi Biryani

The name may trick lot of people but exposing the truth – only the ambience and the serving style are of Bombay origin. Menu? It’s a multi-cuisine restaurant serving delicious Thai, Chinese, Pizza, Pastas and other delicacies. Dish from Mumbai? Of course – the Vada Pav. Bombay Vintage remains partial without serving its original delight – Vada Pav. Enjoy the tea served in kettle here paired up with Vada Pav. It’s amazing!
Cost for 2: ₹ 1400/- approximately
Cost for a Beer Pint: ₹ 180/- approximately

2. Fable
Shop 3, Ashiyana Apartment, N.S. Road. 13, Juhu, Mumbai
Contact: 022-60226400
Fable Restaurant Mumbai
What’s The Twist? – Books, Magazines, Newspapers Theme
Timings: 8:30AM – 12 Midnight
Cuisines: Continental, Italian, Desserts
What To Try Must? – Pulled Chicken Burger – well-cooked chicken filling pampered with delicious BBQ sauce.

Right from the entrance, the place boasts amazing décor of books, newspapers and leaflets on the walls and books and telephone prototypes at the corners. Apart from its study-based theme, the restaurant serves exotic, healthy delights that include breakfast, lunch, snacks as well as dinner. Best place to chat with friends over sips of coffee or enjoy after-workout meal with healthy and nutritious breakfast.
Cost for 2: ₹ 1500/- approximately  

3. Lima
2 North Avenue, Maker Maxity, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
Contact: 022-30005040
What’s The Twist? – After-Office Drinks
Timings: 12:30 PM – 3 PM | 6:30 PM – 12:30 PM (Monday Closed)
Cuisines: South American, Tapas
What To Try Must? – Chicken Gochujang – Chicken jazzed up with Korean chilli paste served with steamed thick and small-grain rice and boiled green vegetables.

Courtesy Chef Atul Kochhar who has introduced some new tastes through this restaurant.
And to relish some moments after office hours the place is just perfect to spend time for exotic drinks before heading to home. Right from its décor to the list of menu, everything is just crystal clear and to the point. No playing with the ambience or the names in the menu.
Cost for 2: ₹ 1600/- approximately (with alcohol)

4. Masala Bar
Level 1, Gagangiri Apartments, Carter Road, Bandra West, Mumbai
Contact: +91-8451900257 (M)
Masala Bar
What’s The Twist? –  First In World For Fully Candle-Lit Culinary Impression
Timings: 12Noon – 3PM | 5PM – 1AM (Monday Closed)
Cuisines: Finger Food, North Indian
What To Try Must? – Carbon Bhaaji – A take on Pav Bhaaji with mini black buns, instead of brown buns in combination with traditional Bhaaji
After phenomenal triumph of Farzi Café in Mumbai, Zorawar Kalra’s latest advent is all set to take on the restaurants’ part in Mumbai with its out-of-the-box fused list of dishes and drinks. Remarked as High Octane Lab, the cocktails here are must-have and are the main centre of attraction. And so remarkable is the interior with sea-facing windows. If tale is true then the resto-bar is going to be the first in world to boast copious candle-lit culinary impression.
Cost for 2: ₹ 2700/- approximately

5. NRI – Not Really Indian
2 North Avenue, Maker Maxity, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
Contact: 022-30005040 / 41
NRI – Not Really Indian
What’s The Twist? – Indian-Based Foreign Cuisines
Timings: 12PM – 12AM
Cuisines: North Indian, American, South African, Malaysian, Caribbean
What To Try Must? – Bunny Chow – Durban mutton or veg curry in hollow bread served with raw plantain and slaw.

The tricky name may perplex the expectation but the name is true. The restaurant in the city comes up with idea of re-introducing Indian foods that are taken and introduced to other countries by the NRIs and those foods are famous as Malaysian Korma, Caribbean Goat Curry and so on. Sister restaurant to Lima, NRI is located just next to the former and is open to varied options for business lunch – probably ‘Blunch?’
Cost for 2: ₹ 2200/- approximately

So, which newly-opened restaurant is in your mind today?