The Bombay Canteen named best restaurant of the year
Restaurant of the year, If you want to know where to spend your penny when it comes to fine dining and getting a taste of the best culinary experience, here is the full list of India’s top 50 restaurants of 2018.
Conde Nast recently came up with the ranking of India’s top 50 premium dining establishments in the second edition of the Condé Nast Traveller & Himalayan Sparkling Top Restaurant Awards. In a glitzy ceremony at The St Regis Mumbai, hosted by culinary experts Pooja Dhingra and Manu Chandra, The Bombay Canteen was officially crowned as the best restaurant in India, with the iconic and ever impressive Indian Accent at number 2.
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‘Tis the season! While planning for Christmas at @thebombaycanteen, we looked at extending our food philosophy and doing something special which has context to India. Instead of going the run-of-the-mill route with traditional Western roasts and fruit cakes and pies, we decided to celebrate and showcase an 'Indian Christmas', a nostalgic tribute to Christmas celebrations at the homes of various communities in India, bringing their regional celebrations to your table at @thebombaycanteen from 12th to 31st December 2018! . Delicious recipes from Kerala, Goa, East Indians, Anglo Indians and even Nagaland find their way into our special limited-time-only Christmas menu. And it doesn't just end there. Our bartenders are ready to make your Christmas even merrier with our version of the Spiced Christmas Toddy, Gentleman Julep and Canteen Egg Nog. . Whether you've been naughty or nice, we have a place for you this season. So, come over for lunch or dinner from 12th to 31st December, and have yourself a a merry Indian Christmas!!! Make a reservation today (022-49 666 666), because the holiday cheer is only getting louder from here on! Pic by @tiffintales @jimbeamindia #CanteenChristmas #ChristmasatTBC #specialXmasmenu #regionalIndianfood #JimBeam #regionalIndianchristmas #festivemenu #xmascocktails #thebombaycanteen #indiainspired #mumbai
According to the list, Mumbai has the most restaurants this time (14), followed by Delhi and Goa – 10 each. The report states, “Seventeen of the 50 restaurants—and three of the top five—specialise in regional food. Finally, topping the special list of Himalayan Raw & Fine Top 10 Restaurants of the Year was AnnaMaya at the Andaz, Delhi.”
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Enjoy an #inventiveindian feast this #Christmas with dishes like duck masala papdi chaat, turkey tikka meat balls, bacon kulcha, saffron pear petha and more from our specially crafted Christmas Eve menu. Complement this with a selection of wines paired by our Head Sommelier. Full menu available at the link in bio…#indianaccentlondon #christmaseve
The winners were put through a jury of 111 tastemakers and experts, in a process audited by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India before they made it to the list.
If you want to know where to spend your penny when it comes to fine dining and getting a taste of the best culinary experience, here is the full list of India’s top 50 restaurants of 2018.
The Bombay Canteen, Mumbai
A fashionable cafe and bar offering innovative Indian snacks and colonial-inspired cocktails, The Bombay Canteen, as their website describes themselves, “prides itself on recreating local dishes and reinterpreting age-old Indian traditions, to create an experience that toasts the old times and celebrates the new. The kitchen presents the classic yet unexplored charm of India’s diverse regions, marrying them expertly with familiar flavours.”