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Anila Kopparapu
This bar by the Juhu beach is yet another place to savour both the drinks that this place has to offer and the breathtaking view of the sea. The décor is one thing that keeps people coming back along with the modern Australian cuisine, not to mention all the beautiful concoctions they have on their menu.Cost : 2500 for twoCuisine : Chinese, Thai, European and AustralianMust try here : Chicken Wing Cake, Frangipane TartTimings : 6pm to 1amContact : 079999 98232Have you got your own beach-by-the-bar experiences to share with us? Let us know here. Also, check out Tripoto's Youtube page for some amazing travel videos!
5. Estella: Estella is located in Juhu and has created a unique place for itself. It is a favorite destination for Bollywood celebrities and you will be able to hear the waves while you relish your favorite delicacies. It has an outdoor seating and offers International cuisines. It is also considered as one of the most romantic restaurants in Mumbai. For more on hotels and travel, follow
For a city that was built of seven islands, Mumbai has just a handful of top-notch waterfront restaurants. Estella, which opened in December last year, is the newest addition to the list. The deck offers sweeping views of the Arabian sea—make sure you reserve a spot or you’ll be led indoors, missing out on the gorgeous scenery. Head Chef Rohan D’Souza ate his way across Australia, learned the ropes while working at a restaurant at the Gold Coast, and eventually brought back a bit of the continent to Mumbai.While Australian cuisine was once deemed a mere mix of world cuisines—given the continents curious multi-cultural inhabitants— now, it has earned a place on the culinary map; Estella celebrates its modern spirit. The menu features red meats reared on Australian farms and fresh seafood dishes such as the Grilled Tasmanian Scallops (`850), and the quintessentially Australian John Dory (`1,100). Along the way, you’ll also chance upon Spanish and Mediterranean dishes—a true reflection of the cosmopolitan continent.