Highlighting "Mumbai’s 10 Best Cultural Restaurants:Street Eats Meet Fine Dining", the writer makes sure to point out that "although Mumbai has always been known for its notorious street food, nowadays the cosmopolitan city is teeming with top-class chefs and award-winning dining venues." Opening the list with Ziya at The Oberoi, Mumbai, the writer emphasises "the magnificent Oberoi Hotel’s signature restaurant Ziya features innovative contemporary Indian cuisine, combining international ingredients with the tastes of traditional India."
Also getting a worthy mention in the piece are the "exotic spices and aromatic herbs of the East" used by Michelin-starred Chef Vineet Bhatia "to create bold flavours with a modern twist", elegant furnishing and "the glass-enclosed show kitchen that offers diners the opportunity to watch the chefs at work while discovering India’s tastes and aromas through the multi-course Gourmand tasting menu."
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