Best Italian Restaurants in Mumbai
Best Italian Restaurants in Mumbai

In this blog, I am going to write about The Best Italian restaurants in Mumbai 2021.

Are you amongst the people who wants to eat Italian food but at the same time don’t know where to find authentic Italian food?

Are you from Mumbai and want to try some best italian cuisine or try a new cuisine for that matter?

You are at the right place. Read full blog and find out for yourself what you were missing the whole time.

About Italian Cuisine

When it comes to Italian food every person I know in Mumbai, cooks their own versions of Italian food. Most of the ingredients are easily available in the market if you wish to cook authentic Italian food. Italian food is very simple to cook. It has four to five major ingredients, the most popular ingredients are tomato, garlic, olive oil, basil, eggplant, peppers, all kinds of meats & fish (mostly anchovies, sardines & tuna ) varieties of cheese (ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan.)

There are restaurants in Mumbai with Italian chefs from Italy organizing a master class where people who don’t know can indulge in the Italian world.

Here is the list of the best Italian restaurants in Mumbai which you will surely like. These are my favourites too and these Italian restaurants are a must-try if you love Italian cuisine.

  1. The Romanos at JW Marriott ,Sahar
  2. Vetro at The Oberoi Nariman Point.
  3. Celini at Grand Hyatt ,Santacruz.
  4. Prego at The Westin Garden City , Goregaon.
  5. Fratelli Fresh at Rennaissance , Powai.
  6. The Mia Cucina – Powai.
  7. Mezzo Mezzo at JW Marriott , Juhu.
  8. Botticino at BKC .
  9. Gustoso at Kemps Corner .
  10. CinCin – BKC.

Note: This list has nothing to do with the order that it is in. It is not set according to rankings. The purpose of this list is to make everyone aware of the best Italian restaurants that one can hop in and luxuriate with the best that Italian cuisine has to offer.

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Romanos at JW Marriott

Romanos - best italian restaurants in Mumbai
Romanos – best italian restaurants in Mumbai

The Romanos is set in the JW Marriott hotel next to International Airport. It serves authentic Italian food by chef Roberto Zorzoli, Romanos is famous for its Burratta but my personnel favorite is mushroom risotto with truffle oil. Restaurant needs reservations if you are booking for too many people. Chef Roberto is the king of Rare truffles in Mumbai, cooks some amazing food. Romanos comes under TOP 52 Restaurant in the Asia Pacific by Marriott Bonvoy. Romanos has a beautiful wine cellar & bar on the first floor in the same restaurant. Must visit this place.

Restaurants are open for dinner operations from 6:30 pm to 11:30 pm & open on Sunday for Lunch & Dinner.

Restaurant has a dress code : For Gentleman to wear full length trousers & closed shoes.

Serves drinks till closing.

Link for reservation

Vetro at The Oberoi Nariman Point.

vetro the best of mumbai italian restaurant
vetro the best of mumbai italian restaurant

Vetro is located at the soul of the city, called queens necklace. Serving authentic Italian cuisine. The chef for Vetro is Italian Chef Francesco Francavilla, Vetro is famous for its NZ grilled lamb loin.

Vetro is open for both lunch (12:30 to 3:30) & dinner (6:30 to 11:30)

Vetro has dress code for gentleman to wear full length trousers & closed shoes.

Serves drinks till closing.

Link for reservation

Celini at Grand Hyatt ,Santacruz

Celini - best italian restaurants in Mumbai
Celini – best italian restaurants in Mumbai

This Restaurant is located in Santacruz east next to the western express highway. Chef Alessandro Persico is italian chef for Celini . Vetro is famous for its Pizza celini & Primavera.

Celini is open for both lunch (12:30 to 3:30) & dinner (6:30 to 11:30)

Celini has dress code for gentleman to wear full length trousers & closed shoes.

Serves drinks till closing.

Link for reservation

Prego at The Westin Garden City, Goregaon

Prego Best of Mumbai Italian Restaurant
Prego Best of Mumbai Italian Restaurant

Prego is located in Goregaon on the western express highway, Chef Antonello is the head chef for Prego. All the Westin Around has Prego as a brand of Italian Restaurant, Prego is famous for its homemade fusilli with pesto grilled vegetables& pine nuts.

Prego is open for both lunch (12:30 to 3:30) & dinner (6:30 to 11:30)

Prego has dress code for gentleman to wear full length trousers & closed shoes.

Serves drinks till closing.

Link for reservation

Fratelli Fresh at Rennaissance, Powai.

Fratelli Fresh - best italian restaurants in Mumbai
Fratelli Fresh – best italian restaurants in Mumbai

Fratelli fresh is located in Powai , it has a beautiful view of Powai lake, executive chef for the hotel is Gautam Mehrishi,

Frettelli Fresh offers best italian pizza .

Frettlli Fresh is open for both lunch (12:30 to 3:30) & dinner (6:30 to 11:30)

Frettlli Fresh has dress code for gentleman to wear full length trousers & closed shoes.

Serves drinks till closing.

Link for reservation

Mia Cucina at Powai.

Mia Cucina - best italian restaurants in Mumbai
Mia Cucina – best italian restaurants in Mumbai

Mia Cucina is located in Powai Hiranandani. It has a good service, food and has recieved many awards .

The Mia Cucina Fresh is open for both lunch (12:30 to 3:30) & dinner (6:30 to 11:30)

Mia Cucina follows a dress code for gentleman to wear full length trousers & closed shoes.

Serves drinks till closing.

Link for reservation

Mezzo Mezzo at JW Marriott , Juhu.

Mezzo Mezzo - best italian restaurants in Mumbai
Mezzo Mezzo – best italian restaurants in Mumbai

Mezzo Mezzo is located in Juhu Santacruz west in JW Marriott Hotel. JW Marriott has a beautiful view of Arabian Sea . Mezzo is famous for its pasta garofalo the executive chef for mezzo mezzo is chef abhishek basu .

Mezzo Mezzo is open for Dinner (6:30 to 11:30)

Mezzo Mezzo has dress code for gentleman to wear full length trousers & closed shoes.

Serves drinks till closing.

Link for reservation

Botticino at Trident BKC .

Botticino - best italian restaurants in Mumbai
Botticino – best italian restaurants in Mumbai

Botticino is located at Trident in Bandra Kurla Complex, Chef Ajit Raman is Executive chef for the hotel Trident BKC . Chef for Botticino is Chetan Gowda Botticino is famous for its Tuna carpaccio. I personally love the plating.

Bottcino is open for both lunch (12:00 to 3:00) & dinner (7:00 to 11:00)

Bottcino has dress code for gentleman to wear full length trousers & closed shoes.

Serves drinks till closing.

Link for reservation

Gustoso at Kemps Corner

Gustaso - best italian restaurants in mumbai
Gustoso – best italian restaurants in mumbai

This Restaurant is located at Kwality House in Kemps Corner, Menu is designed by chef Adriano Baldassarre & Chef Giulio Adrian. The one dish you must order at the restaurant is Giulio’s Montanara.

Bottcino is open for both lunch (12:30 to 3:30) & dinner (6:30 to 11:30)

Bottcino has dress code for gentleman to wear full length trousers & closed shoes.

Serves drinks till closing.

Link for reservation

The CinCin at BKC.

CinCin - best italian restaurants in Mumbai
CinCin – best italian restaurants in Mumbai

The CinCin is located in Raheja towers ground floor, BKC. head chef at CinCin is Chef Dayamani. It is known for its food obviously & mostly their drinks bar menu has some amazing cocktails.

The CinCin is open for both lunch (12:30 to 3:30) & dinner (6:30 to 11:30)

CinCin follows a dress code for gentleman to wear full length trousers & closed shoes.

Serves drinks till closing.

Link for reservation

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24 Replies to “Best Italian Restaurants in Mumbai”

    1. This is a great compilation of Italian food joints. I enjoyed Italian food at a place in Malad which unfortunately closed and since then miss a good place will check few places from this list

  1. Mumbai indeed has a lot to offer to lovers of Italian food. There is so much more to Italian food than the popular pizzas and pastas. All of the places you have listed seem really inviting. Would love to dine at the Hyatt Place and Mia Cucino and savour some authentic Italian fare.

  2. Thanks for sharing this list of best Italian restaurants in Mumbai. I already bookmarked this article for future reference. Whenever we plan to visit Mumbai will try to visit some of the restaurants which you mentioned above.

  3. I love Italian foods & next time I visit Mumbai, I know where to go to.
    This post is helpful to all travellers & foodies who want to explore.
    Good job of writing these places.

  4. These r some great suggestions you have shared. I’ve been to Prego at Westin and also at Renaissance Italian restaurant and both are awesome. I personally also like Cafe Mangi a lot specially their Potato Gnochi and paper thin Pizzas….

  5. I love Italian food and I explore new Italian cuisine restaurants every time I visit a new place. This is a great list so I can make a note for my next visit to Mumbai.

  6. Indeed good information about italian restaurants! And mind blowing review! Thanks to you, now It’s easy to go without searching anywhere! As you say I’ll try mushroom risotto by chef Roberto zorzolli at Romano’s! As well I’ll try some pizza at Fratelli too! Thanks for the list!

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