4 Exotic Celebrity Owned Restaurants In Mumbai That Shows Their Love For Food

One should never stop looking for alternatives even though you are well-settled. Food and hospitality business is one of the best alternatives which can raise one’s identity. Thus, these Bollywood celebs have tried their hands on this alluring alternative investment. Wanna know about those celebs and celebrity owned restaurants in Mumbai?

Here’s the list.

Must-Visit Celebrity Owned Restaurants In Mumbai

Bastian, Bandra West, Mumbai

Guess who’s the owner? It’s Shilpa Shetty Kundra. She has bought half of the Bastian’s stake last year. bastian mumbai shilpa shetty

Bastian’s Specialities

It’s a favorite eatery for many Bollywood celebs like Tiger Shroff, Ananya Pandey, Parineeti Chopra, Disha Patani, and more. And the reason is great food options such as Lobster roll, truffle fries, chicken katsu, chicken benedict, and so on.

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Here are some popular picks from Bastian:


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And not just the food, Bastian is known for it’s sophisticated interiors that are inspired by Spanish culture.

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If price is not a bar for you then Bastian is a perfect place to spend your evening.

Madras Diaries 

Madras Diaries

Neeti Goel, Ayesha Takai, Abu Farhan Azmi( husband of Ayesha) owns Madras Diaries is a contemporary style South-Indian restaurant.

Both food and the interiors of Madras Diaries are the highlights. The entry door has decade-old vintage look as it has brass knobs. Floors have elephant print tiles and artworks. Bamboo mats, pinewood furniture, and greenery inside the restaurant. All together takes give the vibes of old city of Chennai.

What’s Special?

The traditional South-Indian idli, dosa, rasam, and sambhar might seem ordinary to some but enjoying this classic cuisine in Mumbai is definitely a different experience. Check out these authentic South-Indian delicacies served at Madras Diaries:


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Abu Farhan Azmi and Ayesha also owns Koyla which is a rooftop restaurant with intimate vibes in the Colaba, Mumbai. Unlike Madras Diaries, Koyla has dark intimate settings that are perfect for a romantic dinner. Guests can enjoy the scenic views and North-Indian food here.

DragonFly Experience

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Butterfly-themed Dragonfly Experience is an outing of popular celebrity, Badshah. It’s a new party place for the youths of Mumbai. The British mixologist’s inspired cocktails and pan-Asia and European cuisine are the highlights of Dragonfly Experience.

If you love Sushi then you must come here as there are lot of Sushi options. Other scrumptious food choices for foodies include Tuna Tataki, Carbonara Dumpling, Egg prawns fried rice, Sea-bass croquettes, and more.

Other than these, Mumbai has lots of other celebrity owned restaurants like Jay Mehta’s Rue du Liban and Gustoso, Ministry of Crab owned by famous crickters Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara.

So, if you are visiting Mumbai for the first time and searching for a nice place for dinner then these restaurants will be new experience.



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