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Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel

For a truly indulgent dessert, order the Shahi Balai tukda at Nawab Saheb.

Our truly palatial lakeside Hotel offers something for every Mumbai visitor, whether you’re in the city for work or pleasure. Business travelers will find unparalleled service, modern amenities and a fully equipped business center as well as easy access to the nearby Mumbai Convention Centre. Guests can relax on the sun deck of our 12,500-square-foot executive lounge — the largest in India — or in our spectacular fan-shaped outdoor swimming pool. A fleet of cars is always available to whisk you away to the myriad local attractions nearby. And if you can’t decide, just ask our resident Navigator Anthony, a member of the Concierge Association of India, about his favorite spots and hidden gems.

The amenities

  • Plush Bedding
  • Personal Navigator
  • JOYA NYC Fragrance
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Fitness Center
  • Multi-Cultural Cuisine
  • Full Spa Services
  • Pool Bar
  • Valet Dry-Cleaning
Full hotel details

Carpets (Rugs)

These rugs are made of animal hair and are imported from Kashmir and Nepal.
Imported from Kashmir and Nepal, the rug business is the main source of income of Kashmiris and Nepalis. Rug stores are located behind Taj Hotel Colaba. These shops customize rugs according to the client's preferences and they have a large selection.
Address:Colaba Causeway, Colaba, Mumbai, 400005
Website: none


Maharashtrian coastal delicacies can't be savored in a better ambiance than at this celebrity haunt. The Prawn Pickle is sublime.
Gajalee is one of the best seafood restaurants in Mumbai serving traditional Maharashtrian fare. The decor of the restaurant is bright and spacious with beautiful Indian paintings adorning the walls. Their stellar menu attracts quite a fan following that includes several Bollywood and Indian television celebrities. A worthy meal while in the city.
Address:jvpd scheme, Juhu, Mumbai, 400049
phone:+91 22 2610 7040
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Leopold Cafe

Since 1871 this cafe has served Indian, European, and Chinese snacks.
Leopold Cafe opened in 1871 and since then has had one of the best menus for meals and wine in Mumbai. They serve Chinese, European and Indian food. Many ex-pats visit the restaurant. They serve beer in pitchers with delicious chips.
Address:, Colaba Causeway,, Colaba, Mumbai, 400001
phone:+91 22 2282 8185

Ittar Market

This market sells a variety of high quality perfumes that have been made here for more than 5000 years.
Ittar Market is located in Crawford Market in South Mumbai. They sell pure and high quality perfumes free from alcohol and chemicals.
Address:Crawford Market, CST, Mumbai, 400001

Cobbler Handmade Footwear

India is known for handmade footwear which is made from fine leather and is long lasting and comfortable.
The handmade leather footwear sold here is made by a special community (Mochi); you can find this community's shops all over India. This picture is of a shop that is located opposite Crawford Market.
Address:Crawford Market, Commissioner office, Mumbai, 400003
Website: none

Crawford Market

This market sells mangoes, which are called the "king of all fruits."
Crawford Market sells mangoes, which are only available in the month of May. This fruit has different varieties but the Alphonso mangoes are sweet and good in quality; visitors are very fond of this variety of mango.
Address:Crawford Market, Dhobi Talao, Mumbai, 400003
phone:+91 22 2342 7465

Gokul Restaurant

North Indian restaurant with a smoky and casual atmosphere.
This is one of the busiest restaurants and bars in Colaba, South Mumbai. They offer fairly priced drinks and food. Serving Indian food, we recommend you try the crab masala, mutton seekh kebabs, chilli chicken and chicken drumsticks.
Address:10, Tullock Road, Apollo Bunder,, Mumbai, 400004

Madras Cafe

One of the oldest and most legendary restaurants in our city known for its authentic South Indian vegetarian cuisine.
This is one of the oldest and most famous places for South Indian food in Mumbai. They have literally carried forward their legacy of traditional South Indian food in the city. Mysore masala and tuppa dosa are many locals' all time favorites. Be sure to stop by more than once as this restaurant has daily specialties.
Address:Aziz Mansion, S.B.S.Road, Colaba, Mumbai, 400080
phone:+91 22 2282 3544
Website: None

Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus

This Gothic Victorian landmark is the centerpiece of the city's train network, which was built in 1887.
Built in 1887 CST is probably Mumbai's most magnificent monument. India's first stream engine started from this station and today 2.5 million commuters pass through here everyday.
Address:C.s.T. station, fort, Mumbai, 400001
phone:+91 22 22694040
Website: none

Baaya Design

Unique handicrafts with traditional Indian designs can be found here.
This shop sells all different types of handicrafts, including rugs, antique show cupboards, painted glass, cane baskets , and wall hangings. All the products are made in small local villages, make these special and unique goods you can take home with you.
Address:Lower Parel, Worli, Mumbai, 4000
phone:+9122 65210165

Kailash Parbat Hindu Hotel

An Indian vegetarian restaurant selling pani puri, aloo tikki and falooda.
Kailash Parbat Hindu Hotel serves authentic Punjabi food and Mumbai chaat at reasonable prices. The owners, the Mulchandani family, migrated from Pakistan during the partition and started a business selling pani puri, aloo tikki and falooda in South Mumbai. This is a favorite place for youngsters, college students and families.
Address:1st Pasta Ln, Colaba, Colaba, Mumbai, 400005
phone:+91 22 2287 4823

Badshah Cold Drink

Known for a range of juices and shakes.
Badshah Cold Drink serves South Indian fast food, street food, beverages, desserts, and ice cream. Recommended dishes include the royal falooda and the special pav bhaji.
Address:Crawford Market, Mumbai CST Area,, Mumbai, 400003
phone:+91 22 23421943

Spice Market

Indian curries are full of spices cultivated in India.
Indian curries are full of spices and have been for generations. Locals bring raw masala home and create a mixture for different cuisines. Here the spices are hand ground in a stone bowl, packed in a plastic pouch, and sold.
Address:Lalbagh Dadar, Dadar, Mumbai, 400012
phone:+91 9619677886

Street Food (Tandoor)

Mumbai is famous for street food & nightlife. Meat-lovers can try tandoor dishes in Bhendi Bazaar & Mahim.
Tandoor items are fully loaded with Indian spices. Locals party late at night and hit this place to enjoy the kebabs and different types of chicken dishes.
Address:Bhendi Bazaar, j j road, Mumbai, 400003
Website: none

Book Market

This book market offers a wide variety of the cheapest books in town.
This book hub sells both new and used books at a discounted price. Their collection includes novels, educational books, coffee table books and more. Customers can also borrow books as they would at a library.
Address:Flora Fountain, Hutatma Chowk, Mumbai, 4000001

The Raj Company

This store has an extensive selection of colonial furniture. If you don't want an authentic antique, buy a fantastic reproduction.
High quality vintage furniture can be procured from the Raj Company in Mahalaxmi. On display are furniture influenced by artisans from around the world including British, Portuguese, Dutch, Anglo-Indian and Indo-Portuguese styled pieces. It is a good bargain for enthusiasts who can’t afford the real deal.
Address:Jacob Circle, Volga House, Opposite Turf Club, Mumbai, 400011
phone:+91 22 2495 2626
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Sandy Art

One will find everything from miniature furniture to quirky bar accessories. It's a perfect stop for unique gifts for friends and family.
This tiny treasure trove of fun goodies is hard to miss while shopping along the bustling Lokhandwala market. The shelves of the shop are lined with fun and quirky items that will surely add some pizzazz to one’s home. Some of the interesting items include funny human shaped bottle holders and miniature tea cups, scented candles and chimes, drink stirrers and much more.
Address:Lokhandawala Complex, Andheri, Mumbai, 400053 
phone:+91 22 26338507
Website: None

Ling's Pavilion

Chef Sem Tian Ling's signature style cooks up a satisfying Cantonese storm. Try the pork dim sum in chili garlic.
Ling's Pavilion is one of the city's most frequented and well-patronized Chinese joint. The place is adorned with oriental artifacts and intimate lighting. The friendly ambiance is enhanced by the emerald lights and the charming fish pond. Classics like the mushroom and sweet corn soup can be found on the menu alongside more creative dishes such as grilled pomfret, sweet and sour fish and jumbo prawns. Other selections include an array of beef and pork specialties. For a sweet ending, indulge in popular desserts like honey noodles with ice cream and choco mocha brownies.
Address:apollo bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, 400001
phone:+91 22 2282 4533
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Prithvi Theatre

A stage for new artists, this theater plays host to more than 400 plays each year. It gives a vivid view of the city's creativity.
Prithvi Theatre, started by the late actor Prithviraj Kapoor, is the venue for theatrical performances with social themes. Four generations of the Kapoor family have contributed in a big way to the Hindi film world as actors, producers and directors, and the theater has played a huge role in reviving regional, especially Hindi plays. Theater and film festivals, retrospectives, discussions and book readings are constantly organized in this charming complex.
Address:Juhu Church Road, 20 Janki Kutir, Mumbai, 400049
phone:+91 22 2614 9546
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Purepur Kolhapur

This one serves spicy cuisine from Kolhapur region. You must try the pandhra and tambda rassa (curries). Caution! Keep drinking water handy.
Purepur Kolhapur derives its name from the cuisine it serves. A fabulous spread of Kolhapuri delicacies, cooked in the most authentic way, is a sheer delight for your taste buds. The stars of its menu are the chicken and mutton preparations that find mention in elite food lists across the city. Gorge on Tambda Rassa and Pandhara Rassa, two of the most sought-after non-veg items on the platter. Besides its fair share of chicken, mutton and lamb, Purepur Kolhapur has plenty of options for rice, roti, and snack eaters as well. In the busy by-lanes of Vile Parle, Purepur Kolhapur is perfect for one who's looking out for traditional Indian food. Call ahead for more information.
Address:Parleshwar Road, vile parle east, Mumbai, 400057
phone:+91 22 2613 4569


Try the authentic Muglai cuisine at this restaurant.
Serving authentic Mughlai cuisine, be sure to try the chicken biryani and the mutton bhuna at BadeMiya. The masala recipe here is still a family secret, though many have tried to obtain the recipe over the years.
Address:Behind Taj hotel, Colaba, Mumbai, 400004
phone:+91 22 2202 1447

Cafe Mondegar

A cafe where the old and new traditions are mixed.
Cafe Mondegar is a very busy restaurant that is a great place to chill out with friends, Many locals like to stop by this cafe for a drink.
Address:Colaba Causeway, Apollo Bandar,, Mumbai, 400004
phone:+91 22 2202 0591

Sasson Dock

This dock is the oldest in the city. Early in the morning you will find boats lined up auctioning off their fresh catch.
This place is a must-visit for tourists. Daily in the early morning you will find this place crowded, with the boats lined up in one corner of the dock and their fresh fish being auctioned off by the boat owners. All the buyers are from the local markets and restaurants.
Address:Sasson Dock, Calaba, Mumbai, 400001

Bagdadi Restaurant

Serving North Indian cuisine, this place is always packed.
Bagdadi Restaurant is located in the heart of the city. The eatery is very old and popular among locals and expats. The service is very quick and prompt. Be sure to try the Mughlai dishes and their speciality - chicken fry with roti.
Address:Behind Taj hotel, Colaba, Mumbai, 400005
phone:+91 22 2202 8027
Website: None

Colaba Causeway

Visit this popular open market in south Mumbai.
Colaba Causeway is an open market that sells artifacts, murals, pashmina shawls, beaded necklaces, bangles and other souvenirs. It is located in south Mumbai and draws crowds of locals and tourists alike hoping to snag a great deal.
Address:Colaba Causeway, Colaba, Mumbai, 400005

Olympia Coffee House

Kheema and seekh kebabs are the famous dishes at this restaurant.
Olympia Coffee House is a wallet-friendly place. The decor is older, with wooden chairs and tables with marble tops, but this place is iconic. People are very fond of the chicken seekh kebab, chicken tikka masala, and chicken biryani.
Address:Colaba Causeway, Police Colony, Mumbai, 400005
phone:+91 22 22021043
Website: none

Fashion Street

Fashion Street is a market that features local brands sold in more than 150 shops.
Fashion Street is a large local market where you will find locals and Bollywood stars shopping for hot fashion items. During any festival in Mumbai, locals head to this market to shop and buy presents. You can find clothes for all types of weather here.
Address:Opposite Azad Maidan, opposite Bombay Gymkhana, Mumbai, 400005
Website: none

Paan (betel leaf)

Using shahi paan as a natural mouth freshener is a very old tradition.
Chewing paan with a mixture of natural mouth fresheners is a very old tradition in India. This tradition started with the Lucknow nawabs and their begum (wives), as they chewed paan after meals because it is good for digestion and makes the breath smell fresh.
Address:Girgaon chowpatty, Girgaon, Mumbai, 400007
phone:+(91) 9029602187
Website: None

Appetite-Resto Bar

This place serves Chinese and North Indian cuisine and best mocktails in the city.
Serving Chinese and North Indian cuisine, Appetite-Resto Bar is a restaurant where workers enjoy meals with their colleagues. The service is quick and they have a big television were you can watch your favorite sports.
Address:5, Milind Nagar, powai, JVLR, Powai,, Mumbai, 400087
phone:+91 22 33126795
Website: none

Urban Tadka

This restaurant serves pure mouth-watering Indian-style cuisine.
This restaurant serves typical Indian-style food. The ambiance here is dimly lit, but all the tables have small candles. They serve some of the best Punjabi cuisine around; try the chatpata chicken with sarso ka saag and makke ki roti.
Address:sakinaka, Andheri kurla Road, Mumbai, 400080
phone:+91 22 28512532
Website: none

Rodeo Drive

This shop specializes in custom-made leather jackets, bags and more.
Here they use the best leather and have strict quality check procedures. Rodeo Drive also has a high standard of customer service.
Address:Andheri east, ITC hotel Sahar, Mumbai, 400099
phone:+91 9867023205

The Yellow Chilli

This restaurant has a great North Indian spread; their signature dish is the lalla mussa dal.
The staff here is well trained and mannered, as they welcome each guest with "namaste." The decor is quite decent and casual. They serve northwest frontier cuisine; try their signature dishes which are highlighted on their menu board.
Address:D-Mart, Powai, Hiranandani Garden, Mumbai, 400087
phone:+91 22 4266 6300

The Hill Green

This vegetarian restaurant serves Chinese, Thai, Mexican, and Italian cuisine.
The recently opened Hill Green serves pure vegetarian cuisine. It has two adjoining areas on the ground floor to dine in. Try their chachu potato (potatoes cooked in a Chinese-style and spicy) and paneer malai kebab; both are mouth-watering.
Address:Vikhroli, Park site, Mumbai, 400087
phone:+91 22 30151244
Website: None

Sigree Global Grill

This place serves the best grilled dishes you ever had, from the fresh catch of the day to tender meats.
Sigree Global Grill is the best choice for anyone who loves grilled meat. This place serves North Indian, Turkish, Lebanese, and Greek dishes, and they have the best spread for their lunch buffet. In the evening they serve their meat dishes, with each cooked on a tabletop grill. Their mutton chettinad biryani is a must try!
Address:Ventura Building, Powai, Mumbai, 400087
phone:+91 22 30151169

Dharavi Slum

As seen in Slumdog Millionaire.
A large community of people live in the Dharavi Slum, which is the largest slum in the world. It has very narrow lanes to walk down. Tourists enjoy exploring this place because the famous movie Slumdog Millionaire was filmed here.
Address:Dharavi, Dharavi Main Road, Mumbai, 400017
phone:+91 9820255202

Spirit Restaurant and Bar

Perfect place to enjoy food and cocktails while watching live IPL cricket matches in a festive atmosphere.
Spirit Restaurant and Bar is very spacious. It has a beautiful decor, with movie posters on the walls that perfectly match the blue colored chairs and sofas. It has two levels, with giant televisions on both. It is a nice place to spend an evening with friends. Be sure to try their dahi kebab.
Address:Lbs Road, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai, 400086
phone:+91 22 2500 7279
Website: None

The Bar Stock Exchange

A creative concept bar where drink prices fluctuate just like a stock exchange.
The ambiance here is nice with LCD televisions placed on the walls flashing the price of today's bar stocks. The music is always great and the chicken nachos are a must try.
Address:Time Square, Sakinaka Junction, Mumbai, 400072
phone:+91 22 28501214
Website: None

Persian Darbar

Serves Indian, Chinese, Halal meat and seafood dishes. The staff is extremely friendly.
This place is good for families. They specialize in biryani; their Persian special chicken and mutton biryanis are an absolute favorite. The quantity of food served here is very high.
Address:Noori Baug, Andheri Kurla Road, Mumbai
phone:+91 80808 08694
Website: None

Gateway of India

This monument was built in 1924 at the time of British rule. Today it is a hot spot for all tourists who visit Mumbai.
This monument, once built to welcome King George, is located in the heart of the city. The area is always crowded and you will find lots of tourists taking photos in front of the monument. There are a lot of refreshment stalls in the area selling local cutting chai and popular local snacks like panipuri, shavepuri, and dahipuri.
Address:Gateway of India, Colaba, Mumbai, 400001

Barbeque Nation

This place is recommended for their service with a pleasant ambiance. They serve great kababs.
Barbeque Nation is a good place to take friends out for a meal. Here meat-lovers will enjoy the barbeque, as it is marinated with different types of sauces and Indian spices.
Address:Time Square Mall Andheri, Andheri east, Mumbai, 400099
phone:+91 22 6060 0001
Website: None


Serves delicious and reasonably priced North Indian cuisine.
Utsav is a good place to dine with family & friends. The restaurant has a nice ambiance, amazing hospitality, and the food is of excellent quality.
Address:Reliance Store, Powai, Mumbai, 400076
phone:+91 22 2570 5356

Mahesh Lunch Home

Seafood lovers should try the delicious special BBQ garlic crab with butter naan.
Mahesh Lunch Home is a local chain restaurant that serves the fresh catch of day including fish, crab, lobster, and prawns marinated in Mangalorean-style masala.
Address:sakinaka, Andheri kurla road, Mumbai, 400099
phone:+91 22 28565560

Haji Ali Juice Centre

This restaurant serves the best fresh juice, shakes, and vegetarian pizzas in Mumbai.
The famous Haji Ali Juice Centre has lots of options to dine on, from fresh juices and milkshakes to vegetarian pizzas and veggie burgers and sandwiches that are available from 10am until midnight.
Address:Haji Ali Circle, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai
phone:+91 22 23510957

Hanging Garden

Children can take a ride down the slide in this huge old lady's boot.
This park in South Mumbai overlooks the Arabian Sea. It is filled with very interesting animal-shaped hedges and topiaries and is a great place to see the sunset. Children enjoy the rides and seniors enjoy their morning walks where they can watch the colorful birds singing.
Address:Kamala Nehru Park, Malabar Hill, Mumbai, 400006

Haji Ali Mosque

This is a popular Muslim mosque with Mughal architecture on the Arabian Sea.
This mosque was built in remembrance of Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. Here you will find thousands visiting and worshipping. Be sure to see the painted glass ceilings inside. Haji Ali Mosque is a must visit in Mumbai.
Address:Mahalxmi, Park site, Mumbai, 400026
phone:+91 22 23529082

Mani Bhavan

This museum has a huge collection of Mahatma Gandhi pictures along with his spinning hand wheel.
Mani Bhavan is non-violence leader and father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi 's house. With his leadership India became an independent nation, and today we celebrate his birthday every October 2nd and mourn his death on January 30, both of which are national holidays.
Address:Laburnum Marg, Gamdevi, Mumbai, 400007
phone:+91 22 2380 5864

Jahangir Art Gallery

Here modern art is both showcased and sold.
If you are a art lover then Jahangir Art Gallery is a must visit. Here you will not only find the best modern art work displayed, but you can even purchase some of it as well. You often see lots of artists present in the auditorium explaining their work and talking about the materials that they used. There are also some artists who can sketch your image on the spot and sell it to you.
Address:Jehangir Art Gallery, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai, 400001
phone:+022 2284 3989

C.S.M. Musuem

This museum has a huge collection including ancient Indian stone sculptures and historic currency.
Chatrapati Shivaji Musuem is the biggest museum in Mumbai and a must visit if you really want to know the history of the area. It features a large collection of stone sculptures by ancient cultures from different regions. If you are not carrying your ID you will need to deposit INR 1000/ with security, and when you finish your tour you can get your money refunded.
Address:C.S. Musuem, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai, 400001
phone:+91 22 2284 4484

Ambani House

This is the residential tower of the 36th richest family in the world.
This building is one of the tallest and famous landmarks in South Mumbai. It features a movie theater, club house, temple, helipad, and an auditorium for meetings. The family that owns it consists of five members who have multiple business interests around the globe. Tourists often take selfies in front of this residence.
Address:Peddar Road, Mumbai, 400026
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Bay Watch

Enjoy a beautiful view of this cosmopolitan city and the Arabian Sea from this overlook.
From this point you can get a great panoramic photo of Mumbai. The financial capital of India, from here you can really take in all of the city's high rise buildings.
Address:Walkeshwar, Nariman Point, Mumbai, 400006
Opening hours today:
Website: None

Dhobhi Ghat

This is a huge open laundromat with 100 concrete wash tubs that has been used for generations.
Here locals practice a very old and traditional way of washing clothes. Many Bollywood movies have been shot here. Washing starts early in the morning, which is the best time to watch.
Address:Mahalaxmi Station, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai, 400062
Website: None

Mud Pots

This item is used during festivals and for cooking food during religious festivals.
This business showcases traditional mud pots that are made by members of this community. These pots are often decorated with color paintings and glass beads.
Address:Dharavi, Sion, Mumbai, 400017

Leather Market

This business sells custom-made products using quality leather.
This market is located in the slums of Dharavi. Here you can show a picture of a handbag, jacket, or any leather product to the vendors here they will create a replica for you that is so well-made, it will be tough to tell the copy from the original!
Address:Dharavi, Dharavi Main Road, Mumbai, 400017

Hakkasan Mumbai

This place serves authentic Asian cuisine in a very pleasant and inviting environment.
Hakkasan Mumbai serves authentic Asian dishes, including king prawns and pork belly. The food here is so delicious it is worth every penny. The service is very prompt and quick.
Address:Waterfield Road, Bandra West, Mumbai, 400050
phone:+91 22 2644 4444

Film City

Romantic interludes, fight sequences, we are talking about making of Bollywood movies. See all that here; entry allowed only through tours.
Mumbai is the hub of the Indian film industry. It is in Film City that most of the movies are made. These studios are located away from city life, on a secluded piece of land in the vicinity of Aarey Colony in Goregaon. There are large studio complexes for indoor shootings, and facilities like recording rooms, theaters, gardens, lakes, and heli-pads.
Address:Film City Road, Goregaon, Mumbai, 400063
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Imitation Jewelry

All types of imitation jewelry are available here at fair prices.
At this shop located in Crawford Market, shoppers will find a variety of jewelry made from Nassarius shells, feathers and other decorative items. The shop is known for its fair prices that certainly won't break the bank.
Address:Crawford Market, CST, Mumbai, 400001

Auto Rickshaw

Rickshaws are the cheapest and a quickest mode of transport for locals in the suburbs.
Rickshaws (TUKTUK) are a very famous mode of transportation in India. They have three seats, and tourists enjoy the ride - some have even purchased one and exported it to their country. Be warned that this vehicle doesn't have any seat belts for safety.
Address:Sion, sion circle, Mumbai, 400022
Website: none

Chakra Restaurant & Bar

This restaurant serves up delicious meat dishes in a family-friendly atmosphere.
Chakra Restaurant & Bar is the perfect spot for a large family with a lot of different preferences. Even the pickiest member of your family will find something they love thanks to the many meat and seafood dishes on the menu. Be sure to try the Lali kebabs and farmer soup.
Address:Sakinaka, Near Sakinaka Metro Station, Mumbai, 400072
phone:+91 22 2851 3331
Website: None

Mirchi and Mime

This is the only restaurant in Mumbai that encourages the use of sign language.
This restaurant features contemporary, North Indian, South Indian, and Mughlai cuisine. It is operated by hearing and speech impaired waiters who are famous for their food and prompt service.
Address:Lake Boulevard, POwai, Mumbai, 400087
phone:+91 2241415151

Mini Punjab

This restaurant serves a buffet lunch on weekdays and in the evening serves non-vegetarian tandoor items.
Mini Punjab is a very popular fine dining restaurant among locals in Powai. The cuisine they serve ranges from curries to tandoor and even Chinese dishes. Their open lawn is ideal for socializing and corporate events.
Address:JVLR, Powai, Mumbai, 400087
phone:+91 96999 58688
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Tribute to Jagjit Singh

Experience a musical evening unlike any other, as ghazal virtuoso Amar Kumar performs memorable renditions by the unforgettable Jagjit Singh....

Experience a musical evening unlike any other, as ghazal virtuoso Amar Kumar performs memorable renditions by the unforgettable Jagjit Singh. Give song requests, dig into classic Indian delicacies, and let the emotions crescendo.

Mumbai, India
Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
Address: 2 & 3B Near Chinhayanand Ashram, Mumbai, 400 087, India
Phone: +91 22 6692 7777
Cocktail Hour

Cocktail Hour

Indulge and engage in the intricacies of cocktail-making. Witness our in-house bar expert put together his 'discovery cocktail', and follow it...

Indulge and engage in the intricacies of cocktail-making. Witness our in-house bar expert put together his 'discovery cocktail', and follow it up with your special creation. A night of heady creativity awaits!

Mumbai, India
Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
Address: 2 & 3B Near Chinhayanand Ashram, Mumbai, 400 087, India
Phone: +91 22 6692 7777
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Splash of Colour

Brace yourself for a day of unprecedented fun and frolic and celebrate a riot of colours this Holi Festival- The festival of Colours!

Brace yourself for a day of unprecedented fun and frolic and celebrate a riot of colours this Holi Festival- The festival of Colours!

Mumbai, India
Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
Address: 2 & 3B Near Chinhayanand Ashram, Mumbai, 400 087, India
Phone: +91 22 6692 7777
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Earth Hour

Join us in our endeavor to give a little back to our beloved planet, as we dim the lights across our entire hotel to conserve energy. If you’d...

Join us in our endeavor to give a little back to our beloved planet, as we dim the lights across our entire hotel to conserve energy. If you’d like to make the night even more interesting, indulge in a candlelit dinner at any of our restaurants, or visit A Bar for unique glow-in-the-dark drinks.

Mumbai, India
Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
Address: 2 & 3B Near Chinhayanand Ashram, Mumbai, 400 087, India
Phone: +91 22 6692 7777