Everyone who knows how to appreciate great food has heard of Indian Accent, a legendary haunt that has wooed foodies in Delhi and New York City. It has finally come to the bustling city of Mumbai to win more hearts. Under the leadership of Restaurateur Rohit Khattar, who serves as Chairman of EHV, this venture marks a significant milestone in the culinary scene of Mumbai. After considering multiple locations, the search for the perfect venue concluded at the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre. NMACC will truly prove to be a spectacular setting.
Mumbai Welcomes Indian Accent
Indian Accent, recognised as the world’s premier modern Indian restaurant, has garnered acclaim and accolades in each city it has graced. Its approach remains rooted in authentic Indian flavours while showcasing imaginative and groundbreaking culinary creations. Leading the kitchen at the restaurant is Head Chef Rijul Gulati, who brings with him 8 years of experience, under the guidance of Culinary Director Chef Manish Mehrotra.
Chef Manish highlighted the significance of this expansion to the success of this iconic restaurant. He stated how the team is excited about bringing an Indian Accent to Mumbai. In addition to the haunt’s signature dishes, their crafted menu features more seafood and many more vegetarian options, recognising the dining habits and seasonal produce of this great metropolis.
A Symphony Of Flavours And Art Deco Grandeur
Guests will have the pleasure of savouring all-time favourites such as ‘meetha aachar pork ribs, green apple’, ‘ghee roast soya boti, roomali roti pancake’, and ‘daulat ki chaat, rose petal chikki, roast almond’. Additionally, Indian Accent Mumbai introduces distinctive new dishes like ‘gunpowder prawns, red rice, smoked chilli & raw mango curry’, ‘guchhi matar, asparagus, kashmiri morel pulao’, and ‘burrata chaat, lotus root papdi, mustard tomato jam’. Alongside the vegetarian and non-vegetarian tasting menus, the restaurant offers Vegan, Gluten-free, and Jain menus to cater to a diverse range of preferences.
The bar program unveils new cocktails, and the wine list features an extensive selection of wines from around the world. Reflecting the city’s rich history, the 75-seat restaurant pays homage to Mumbai’s Art Deco movement. The design, was by the esteemed Russell Sage Studio in London. Every detail here channels the iconic style of the 1920s and 1930s with a contemporary twist. Private Dining Rooms accommodating 18 and 10 guests, respectively, along with an interactive show kitchen, contribute to the immersive experience. Drawing inspiration from Mumbai’s architectural heritage, Indian Accent seamlessly melds design, music, and cocktails reminiscent of the ‘jazz age’.
Indian Accent Mumbai is an endeavour tailor-made for the city’s vibrant and relaxed atmosphere. It presents a harmonious blend of exceptional gastronomy, artistic design, and heartfelt service at one of Mumbai’s most iconic addresses.
Where: Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre, Jio World Centre (Gate 11), BKC, Mumbai
When: All 7 days; Lunch – 12 pm 0 2:30 pm; Dinner Seatings – 6.45 pm – 9 pm; 9.45 pm – 12 midnight
Cost per head: Lunch – Approx. ₹2000++ without alcohol; Dinner – Approx. ₹3000++ without alcohol
Cover Image Courtesy: Press Release/Rohit Chawla