Looking For Exceptional Farm-To-Table Experiences? These 8 Mumbai & Delhi Restaurants Are It!

by Mallika Khurana
Looking For Exceptional Farm-To-Table Experiences? These 8 Mumbai & Delhi Restaurants Are It!

The world is becoming more conscious of its lifestyle every day. With major changes like veganism and green living arising, the food industry is also looking forward to more sustainable services for everyone. One of the most exciting concepts in that direction has to be farm-to-table restaurants. 

Farm fresh food has become the new gourmet dining experience and it is growing in popularity. The advantages of consuming organic, locally-grown produce are well known.  The concept of “farm-to-table” generally involves using freshly grown produce that was either cultivated on one’s own organic farm or obtained through partnerships with nearby farms. 

Here are the best restaurants in Delhi and Mumbai offering farm-to-table dining!

Best Farm-To-Table Restaurants In Delhi & Mumbai

1. Banyan Tree Cafe


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The ancient banyan tree serving as inspiration for the entire room makes it the restaurant’s centre point. One of the best places to rejoice in the freshly prepared cuisine. The dishes are changed seasonally to reflect the availability of fresh local produce cultivated in their terrace garden or on the farm they have adopted in Karjat.

Where: Fort, Mumbai

When: 8:30 AM–10 PM

Cost: ₹700 (For two)

2. Yogisattva

Yogisattva is a plant-based restaurant you must check out if you like the satisfaction of knowing where your food originates. This farm-to-table café uses food from nearby farmers in Maharashtra to enhance community-supported agriculture methods while ensuring a healthy dining experience.

Where: Khar, Mumbai

When: 8 AM–11 PM

Cost: ₹2,000 (For two)

3. The Table


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This famous restaurant was one of the first in the city to offer a farm-to-table dining experience. Loved by many famous personalities, this place is definitely worth every penny you spend there.  The eating experience is exclusive in all senses of the term and the food variety is as wide as it gets. 

Where: Colaba, Mumbai

When: 12 AM–11 PM

Cost: ₹5,000 (For two)

4. Farmer’s Basket at Pluck

Pluck at Pullman Aerocity provides an experience you will appreciate if you’re in the mood for tasty organic food. All of the food served at the restaurant is made using fresh ingredients from their vast kitchen garden. These fresh ingredients are used in a variety of cuisines, including European, Continental, and Modern Indian, to satisfy your appetite. Even a Farmer’s Basket is available at Pluck, where you get to handpick the ingredients for the chefs’ meals.

Where: Pullman New Delhi Aerocity, Aerocity, New Delhi

When: 7 AM–11 PM

Cost: ₹3,500 (For two)

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5. Caara Cafe


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One of the first eateries in Delhi to implement the idea of farm-to-table dining was Caara Café. They have their own chemical-free farms supplying all things fresh. Sticking to their concept,  they strive to continually reinvent their menu to utilise local ingredients.

Where: Janpath, New Delhi

When: 8 AM–8 PM

Cost: ₹850 (For two)

6. Sequel


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Sequel is a new restaurant that serves farm-to-table fare and has been sourcing local products for some time. With an aim to promote local produce, they ensure that every element on the menu is freshly sourced and prepared. Even their sauces, kimchis, condiments, and sauerkrauts are created in-house and the taste is evidence of their freshness.

Where: Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai

When: 8 AM–10:30 PM

Cost: ₹1,500 (For two)

7. Masque


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It is an ingredient-driven restaurant that builds modern Indian food using historical influences. Masque, a restaurant with a location in Bombay, uses an abundance of ingredients to create a 10-course chef’s tasting menu. Each dish’s ingredients are sourced from their farm. They also get their ingredients from foraging excursions, and local farmers, supporting their efforts.

Where: Mahalaxmi, Mumbai

When: 7 PM–11:30 PM

Cost: ₹6,000 (For two)

8. Project Hum


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Project Hum is a chain with a distinctive personality. The selection is brief but covers the majority of options because of Project Hum’s collaboration with farmers who grow foods without fertiliser. It’s a sweet little location that you absolutely must check out, especially if you’re aiming for those macros.

Where: Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai

When: 11 AM–11 PM

Cost: ₹950 (For two)

So, which one of these are you going to check out first?

Cover Image Courtesy: Instagram/Banyan Tree Cafe