From incredible dinner, a galaxy of the stars decor, to an enticing bar menu, Taj Santacruz brings alive the best of all worlds. To add to the glory of your glamorous dining experience, Taj Santacruz features stunning crystal pendant chandeliers. A grand setting, with exquisite dishes and unique bar menu for those who won’t spare any cost to taste the luxury in Mumbai. Indeed, an ideal place to indulge in exquisite Fine Dining at Taj Santacruz Restaurants in Mumbai.
When dining at one of the most expensive restaurants in India, know that the Chefs will combine age-old cooking techniques with innovative methods to create legendary food. Let’s explore the 3 famed restaurants of Taj Santacruz, which are giving its diners arguably the best Indian and Continental food they can get their hands on, in Mumbai.
Rivea, Italian Restaurant
Rivea, the dazzling restaurant by Taj Santacruz is a 60 cover restaurant, featuring an exclusive range of 60 wine labels from Spain, France, and Italy. Inspired by Riviera cuisine, Rivea offers a private Dining along with Enoteca, a Wine Library. Rivea’s interiors are done up with Lasvit Chandeliers! Similarly, the wall on the right is created of broken glass, to create an authentic Mediterranean vibe.
Provencal cooking predominant use garlic, olive oil, leitmotif, rosemary, sage, marjoram, organ, thyme, in variable proportions. As a matter of fact, the bounty dishes like Goat Cheese Ravioli, Genovese Minestrone, Fresh Pesto, Classical Bouillabaisse, and Garlic Brioche Croutons are a must-try. To take a bona fide gastronomy journey from the Tyrrhenian seafood to the Provence, visit Rivea, in Mumbai.
Tiqri Bar & Lounge
Tiqri is Taj Santacruz’s idiosyncratic restaurant with a majestic “Tree of Life”. This 60 feet tall and 40 feet wide tree, symbolises the original art of Tiqri. Tiqri is a Rajasthani art form, which uses broken glass to create a painting. For the same reason, the restaurant’s “Tree of Life” is created from 4,000 pieces of broken glasses. During night Tiqri, transforms into a moonlit stage when 140 spotlights are focused on the tree. In addition, Tiqri also features 6 exclusive lights from the Czech Republic. This is your goto spot in Mumbai to taste the heavenly food, with a spectacular décor.
Tiqri at Taj Santacruz is open round the clock with Nobel takes on regional cuisine, Mexican platters, Boutique Burgers and a refreshing Tea menu. Tiqri serves weekend dinner buffet on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Although, you must try their showstopper Sunday Brunch priced at Rs. 2,250/- per person without alcohol. If you choose a buffet with alcohol, it will cost you Rs. 3,499/- or 3,999/- respectively either Brut or Rosé Champagne. Furthermore, Tiqri is open 24 hours for Buffet Breakfast and Lunch as well as Ala Carte.
China INC, Taj Santacruz’s new restaurant serves a diverse array of Sichuan cuisine. The menu at China INC features specialities such as the Sichuan Chicken, Five Spice Tofu, and Asparagus Pearls. The absolutely delicious menu further extends to Skewered Chilli Butter Garlic Prawns, Truffle Dumplings, Steamed Edamame, each one charmingly delicious. The main course offers Sichuan Poached Chicken, Chilean Steamed Sea Bass, Yunnan style Lamb, Stir-Fried Kai-Lan and Chinese Celery with spicy notes.
To point out, the Wine menu flaunts fine Italian Spumante, Merlot, Pinot Noir, and German Riesling, paired with the dishes served. The restaurant features 3 signature cocktails namely Golden Spice Apple Pie, Szechuan Smash, and Sanlituntini. Above all, teetotallers can enjoy a range of 11 speciality teas with contemporary flavours alongside their meal.
Relish the Art of Gastronomy
It is perhaps unsurprising that Taj’s cuisine and hospitality are one-of-the-best in India. With the opening of Taj Santacruz, Taj Hotels has extended its legendary hospitality in Mumbai. Significantly, containing spacious modern rooms, characteristic design, and all the comforts of a luxurious setting. In this case, Taj Santacruz captures the spirit of Mumbai in a deep-rooted cultural melting pot.