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A culinary journey through India at Maya

A culinary journey through India at Maya

Take the best seats at Frangipani's 'theatre of food'

Take the best seats at Frangipani's 'theatre of food'


Trident, Restaurants in Mumbai

Soak in the vibrant spirit of Mumbai with the best in local cuisine and dishes from around the world at Trident Hotels’ Mumbai restaurants. Whether you are looking for a restaurant that serves European cuisine, Indian delicacies, or Far-Eastern favourites, you will find the best of all international flavours in our award winning Mumbai restaurants and bars. Whether it's a morning cup of coffee or a five-course meal, dining at the hotel is guaranteed to be a memorable experience. We also have a well stocked wine cellar, a wine tasting room, a lounge bar, and chic bars that serve a selection of spirits and innovative cocktails. For quick and light bites, we recommend you try the delicious sandwiches and fresh cakes at the Trident Patisserie & Delicatessen.

  • Trident, Bandra Kurla

    O22, or O-two-two, not only gets its name from the telephone code for Mumbai, but embodies the true spirit of the 'Maximum City'. The main restaurant in Mumbai’s Trident, Bandra Kurla, it serves fine cuisine from around the world, with special offerings from the Far East and the Mediterranean.

    Named after 'Pietra di Botticino', the Italian marble used extensively throughout the hotel, Botticino restaurant offers classic, hearty Italian cuisine. The authentic menu presents a wide range of traditional Italian dishes, served with a contemporary flair. The restaurant is also home to the well-stocked Enoteca wine library.

    Maya serves traditional and regional Indian food with a contemporary twist. Guests can sample fine delicacies from Bengal to Rajasthan and Karnataka to Kashmir, in a diverse and delicious menu available only in our restaurant in Mumbai. Our patisserie presents casual, fun, but fine dining in Mumbai, at its best. From a delicious selection of fresh bakes, artisanal bread and chocolates to refreshing sandwiches and salads, the patisserie is perfect to eat-in or takeaway. Our pâtissier can customise a cake or dessert for any special occasion.We also offer a host of gourmet gift items.

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  • Trident, Nariman Point

    Frangipani welcomes you to take front row seats at a 'theatre of food', where preparation and presentation play a leading role. The main restaurant in Mumbai’s Trident, Nariman Point serves authentic Italian, Mediterranean and Indian menus, cooked to perfection and served with style.

    Dedicated to Bharat Joyent's (a.k.a. India Jones’) passions for travel and fine dining, India Jones serves authentic recipes from Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia and Japan. Amongst its many accolades, the restaurant was included in the prestigious Miele Guide 2013 - Asia's first authoritative and independent guide to fine restaurants in Mumbai. A teppenyaki meal here, is a culinary delight and a regaling performance. For a quick business lunch or a casual afternoon with friends, we recommend The Verandah, our lounge at the lobby. Enjoy a variety of open sandwiches, indulgent desserts and a selection of beverages while soaking in views of Marine Drive and the ocean.

    Round off an eventful day in Mumbai with your favourite drink at the Opium Den. Select from our range of fine wines and aperitifs, or let our bartenders create something unique to suit your mood.

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