The Bombay Canteen: A punch cart and waffle dosas, crab curry and cute boys. Seriously, our only motivation to get out of bed on Sundays is The Bombay Canteen’s new-ish Canteen Brunch. A curated menu highlights dishes from across Indian states, many of which you’ve seen on head chef Thomas’ #ChefOnTheRoad Insta travels.
Gymkhana 91: Gymkhanna 91 says no to buffets and yes to unlimited food orders from their most extensive a la carte brunch menu; try the Kuber Kulchas, Taj Kebab, Bacon Butter Chicken, Dimsums amongst others. Matching up is the bar with its unlimited pours of straight drinks and cocktails like Lord Brown's Gift, Last Viceroy ensuring that brunch is a lively affair. Also don't miss out on their DIY Sangria Station. Those who like to stay in on Sundays, know this: the Lower Parel restaurant also has an Unlimited Weekday Lunch Menu available Monday to Saturday at just Rs 699. Sounds cheaper than your local gymkhana!
JLWA: A Sunday bookended by chilli cheese sliders and maple whisky cocktails? Yes, please! Bandra’s Jlwa does a lazy brunch packed with delicious a la carte options like pepperoni pizza, tenderloin masala and Greek style chicken klebabs.
London Taxi: London Taxi's Bottomless Brunch bounty is seriously boundless. Excuse the OTT alliteration but we’re seriously excited at the prospect of ordering “anything, everything and unlimited amounts” from the a la carte food menu with unlimited sangria, mojitos and Kingfisher beer at just Rs 1,200 (only food) and Rs 1,500 (food + alcohol); kids below 12 years pay Rs 650, excluding taxes. Also good to know that they follow a zero waste policy. Meanwhile, each Sunday brunch is scored by a live music performance, and sometimes, there is an illusionist which means it’s easy to make all those beer calories vanish. Grab a poof!
Miss T: Huddled around a big simmering bowl of khow suey dreamed up by chef Bomra, is exactly where we want to be with our friends on Sunday afternoon. Add to that glasses of unlimited glasses of Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial, and we’re golden. Miss T’s brunch is the latest one in town, focussing on the Asian Golden Triangle, with special attention paid to sharing plates from Burma and Vietnam; and a batch of afternoon cocktails designed by a New York mixologist.
The Table: Definitely one of our favourite Sunday meals, the Table does everything right: eggs, lighting, pancakes, flurry. Our picks from their a la carte menu: breakfast quesadillas, sourdough waffles and biscuits + gravy. Wash it all down with the Table margarita.
Veranda: This one brings in the right musical vibe to your weekend with Late Night Jazz Saturdays and Bollywood Sundays. What more! Chef and co-founder Monish Rohra puts together a menu of modern Indian food and vibrant cocktails; bpb picks: Pornstar martini, Noisy idli’s, Ghost Of Rogan's Past and Good Car-ama. Art, music and great food come together at this 'Veranda' to make sure you have a super weekend!
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