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Best Eateries For A Seriously Early Breakfast In Mumbai



Best Eateries For A Seriously Early Breakfast In Mumbai

Stepping out at the crack of dawn with an empty, growling stomach? We’ve got just the early morning fix you need!

Breakfast—deemed to be the most important meal of the day, until your perpetually nocturnal millennial discovered the phenomenon that is brunch. Nothing against that, of course, but it’s a bit of a shame, considering there are scores of restaurants in this city that never sleeps, that begin serving some of the most delicious breakfast options even before the rooster crows. So, what if you crave some fluffy omelettes or a good ol’ dosa or some lip-smacking kheema pav at an ungodly hour? Well, if you’re in Mumbai, you’re in luck, because we’ve curated a list of the best, most delicious, early morning options you can find here. Read on to know more…

Pocket-Friendly Picks

Kyani & Co.
A classic, famous Irani bakery, Kyani needs little introduction to the average Mumbaikar. With its vintage charm and delicious Parsi food, it’s one of the best budget restaurants for a fulfilling breakfast in the city!

Where: Marine Lines
Opens at: 7 am
Recommended order: Parsi omelette, bun maska, Irani chai
Cost for two: Rs. 300

Hotel Ramashray
Undoubtedly the best South Indian restaurant in the city, it’d be criminal to leave Ramashray out of the list. Unless you get there at the crack of dawn, you’ll have to wait to get a table; but rest assured, the wait will definitely be worth it!

Where: Matunga
Opens at: 5 am
Recommended order: Mysore rava dosa, medu vada and filter coffee. Round off with some fragrant and delicate pineapple sheera.
Cost for two: Rs. 200

A1 Bakery
A1 serves the freshest, most scrumptious bakery items at daybreak, which include croissants, puffs, rolls and burgers. The only catch is that it’s a takeaway-only bakery. So if you own a car or are OK with eating right on the footpath, this is where you should head.

Where: Bandra
Opens at: 5:45 am
Recommended order: Chicken/mutton puffs, spring rolls, mawa cake
Cost for two: Rs. 150

Noor Mohammadi Hotel
If you’re willing to dive into a pool of oily, delicious kheema at six in the morning, hop over to Noor Mohammadi for a breakfast experience like none other. And oh, here’s an idea: take a few friends along, because that allows you to order and taste multiple gravy-based dishes!

Where: Mohammed Ali Road
Opens at: 6 am
Recommended Order: Kheema pav, nalli nihari and, if you’re feeling adventurous, Chicken Sanju Baba (It’s Sanjay Dutt’s recipe, they claim—we kid you not!)
Cost for two: Rs. 350

B Merwan
The Parsi breakfast is clearly a huge hit in the city, which is why it’s only fair to have two of the best options on our list. The 103-year-old Irani cafe has stayed true to its roots and serves the most authentic, affordable and mouthwatering breakfast options imaginable.

Where: Grant Road
Opens at: 7 am
Recommended order: Egg bhurji, bread pudding and mawa cakes—provided they haven’t been sold out by the time you get there!
Cost for two: Rs. 100

High-Budget Picks

JW Cafe, JW Marriott
A vast, elaborate buffet that caters to every kind of taste—visit JW Cafe for near-perfect service, a pleasant ambience, incredibly tasty food and an overall terrific five-star experience.

Where: Vile Parle
Opens at: It’s open 24 hours!
Recommended order: Breakfast buffet! (But mostly the waffles!)
Cost for two: Rs. 3,000

Seven Kitchens, St. Regis
The place is stunning and huge—the buffet, even bigger! Pastries, waffles, pancakes, eggs done just the way you like them, all kinds of cheese, fresh fruit juices … you name it, they have it. Incredible experience and one worth saving up for.

Where: Lower Parel
Opens at: 6.30 am
Recommended order: Breakfast buffet!
Cost for two: Rs. 2,500

Fifty Five East, Grand Hyatt
Known to serve a splendid mix of international cuisine, Fifty Five East’s buffet is second to none. If you like a bit of variety in your buffet, head to the restaurant for its lavish spread and you certainly won’t be disappointed.

Where: Santacruz East
Opens at: 6 am
Recommended order: Breakfast buffet!
Cost for two: Rs. 3,000

Shamiana Taj Mahal
If you’re sick of buffets, pop over to Shamiana at Taj for one of the best a la carte breakfast experience in the city. Every dish on the breakfast menu seems like it’s been crafted with utmost precision and cooked to perfection—making it a breakfast experience of a lifetime.

Where: Colaba
Opens at: It’s open 24 hours!
Recommended order: Country house breakfast, estate/house blend tea
Cost for two: Rs. 2,500

Know of any places that we might’ve missed out on? Help expand our list by commenting below.

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