It's a little difficult to pot, so for your ease I'll tell you it's next to Moshe's. Now that we've reached here you'll be enchanted by the ambience which is apt for a sunday brunch or a friday night hangout. Expecting a smaller portion size juding by the prices would be a mistake. An extensive variations with eggs along with juices/smoothies. Beef tenderlion burger, Beef steaks in red wine sauce, mushroom rissotto and cauliflower soup are some good dishes to try. Although I would suggest you to head to
This is the only place in the city that has been visited by every person residing or visting the city. The sparkling waters of Arbian sea, rejuvenating cold breeze that blows off your face and gushes through your hair, gives you an insight on a totally different of shade of life. Evening stride and early morning walks are something to capitalise here but the true beauty of the place lies in visitng it by the night. The street lights giving an illusion of 'Queen's Necklace
With a wide range of shopping areas all over the city, this one tops the list. It's a carnival in itself, geared specially towards tourist. One thing that you will hear most when you mention this place is,
If you’re looking to catch a good play, this auditorium is built for large-scale events such as orchestral concerts, opera, ballet, dance programs and more. Since it’s inception in 1969, the auditorium has made a name for itself by promoting and preserving India’s rich art and cultural traditions. It’s possible to catch some kind of cultural event at almost any time as the theater boasts over 500 events in a year.
Bandra Talao, or BandraLake is a lake located in the Bandra area of Mumbai. The lake is a Heritage area, having been built about 200 years ago. Boating facilities are available on the lake, along with other attractions, including a small aquarium, musical fountains, and light shows. It’s one of those relaxing places to go for an afternoon with family, just to have fun. A variety of birds and wildlife can be seen in the area, making it even more special for young and old.
This building was the place from which Gandhi focused his political activity during 1917-1934. While it never belonged to Gandhi, he was hosted there frequently and is now a memorial to the memory of the great man. It is now a museum where people can visit to pay respect as well as view a variety of photographs, his spinning wheels, as well as his bed, which is preserved for viewing. There are models and books depicting Gandhi’s life as well as the balcony where he was arrested in 1932.