Built in 1903, the hotel is an architectural marvel and brings togetherMoorish, Oriental and Florentine styles. Offering panoramic views ofthe Arabian Sea and the Gateway of India, the hotel is a graciouslandmark of the city of Mumbai, showcasing contemporary Indian influencesalong with beautiful vaulted alabaster ceilings, onyx columns, gracefularchways, hand-woven silk carpets, crystal chandeliers, a magnificent artcollection, an eclectic collection of furniture, and a dramaticcantilever stairway.Start the day with a sumptuous breakfast at Sea Lounge overlooking thesea followed by a wide spectrum of unique dining experiences in iconicrestaurants like Wasabi, Golden Dragon, Souk, Masala Kraft others or walkinto the first licensed bar in the city when youstep into the Harbour Bar.“Enjoy exclusive benefits ranging from 50% discount on airport transfers, breakfast, set lunch and dinner at a pre-designated dining venue, ironing of two pieces of garments per stay, convenience of an early arrival at 09:00 hours and late departure at 18:00 hours (subject to availability), WiFi for four devices.For the Grande Luxury Suite, a candle light dinner for two with two glasses of sparkling wine at a pre-designated dining venue and a surprise wellness element can be confirmed at the time of check in.Children accompanying guests who book meal inclusive plans will be entitled to a free stay in the existing bedding on room only basis. For meal inclusion, a child supplement would be charged at check-in. Please reach out to the hotel for further details on the child supplement. Applicable taxes extra. Please note meal inclusion begins with dinner on the day of arrival
The Harbour Bar at The Taj Mahal Palace is Mumbai’s first licensed lounge bar. Savour fine malts, exclusive wines, exotic cocktails and delectable global tapas in an intimate setting with cosy seating. Don’t miss From the Harbour since 1933, the signature cocktail from the Prohibition Era.
On the first floor of the Palace Wing, Sea lounge offers old colonial charm with art deco furniture enhanced by its spectacular view of the Arabian Sea. It is considered to be a city institution for traditional Afternoon Tea featuring an elaborate buffet spread of classic English delicacies and Local Indian favourites complemented with a selection of the world’s finest teas and coffees. Sea Lounge is a favouritefor its light lunch and dinner fare and Mumbai street food. In the evenings, our live crooners melodious tunes create the perfect mood for the night ahead. Guests may choose to opt for a quiet glass of Champagne or a cocktail as they watch the lights from the moving ships on the harbour.
Masala Kraft is the specialityIndian restaurant. Hand ground spices and traditional recipes spell magic on one’s palate as they blend culinary innovations with traditional methods. Catering to varying palates, Masala Kraft features an array of menus including the Masala Mumbai Tiffin, Wine Paired Menu and the Health Menu. The menu bursts with recipes seasoned with local spices, dry powders accompanied with flavored chutneys and indulgent.
Unwind by the pool on cosy rattan furniture at Aquarius, the outdoor restaurant of The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai. Set amidst a lush green landscape, this unique poolside eatery offers all residents dedicated smoking cabanas, enticing light bites and desserts, and an exhaustive range of mocktails and alcoholic beverages.
"As India's first all-day dining, Shamiana gained an immediate and lifelong fan following of globe-trotting guests when it opened its doors in 1973. Today, the renovated restaurant in Mumbai is a vision in white with colonial-era fabric fans in a tent-like canopy, a pastel mosaic carpet and mirrored ceiling. Enjoy a superb breakfast buffet in Colaba with friends, surrounded by the open kitchen, a live dessert station and black and white photographs of high profile guests including Cindy Crawford and Louis Armstrong on the walls. For lunch and dinner, the Taj Autograph menu offers iconic dishes from our hotels around the world. Other standouts include classic comfort food from Mumbai – the Keema Pao and Prawn Patio are house favourites - to Paris and Naples".
Golden Dragon at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, is known for its talented chefs and exotic Sichuan and Cantonese preparations. Most notable specialities include the Sunday Dim Sum Brunch buffet with extensive varieties of succulent dim sums, and the live kitchen plating of authentic delicacies like Peking Duck and Beggar’s Chicken.
Recognized by San Pelligrinoas one of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2016, Wasabi by Morimoto offers its guests authentic Japanese culinary treasures from the repertoires of Iron Chef Morimoto. The ingredients, including seafood and Wasabi, are specially flown down from Japan. Besides, the ever popular signature dishes like White fish carpaccio, Black cod miso, Wasabi cremebrulee, the already extensive menu keeps expanding and changing.
Souk, our rooftop restaurant in South Mumbai, offers marvellous views of the Mumbai harbour, Gateway of India and the vibrant Colaba art district. Souk serves a eclectic a la carte Mediterranean menu spanning the cuisines of Morocco, Lebanon, Syria, Greece, Turkey and Egypt. Our Syrian chef Simoun Chakour is renowned for his elaborate champagne brunch on Sunday, where the food, sunshine and laughter are best extended over freshly brewed Moroccan Mint Tea and Turkish coffee.