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  • Nikita Nikalje

Did you know these Mumbai based restaurants are actually converted heritage properties?

Converting heritage houses and bungalows into restaurants helps to not only conserve and promote these ancient structures, but also allows the public to enjoy them in a new and fascinating way. It offers a unique opportunity to learn more about the history and culture of the properties environs, making it a fascinating destination for both foodies and history buffs.


1. One8 Commune, Juhu

This restaurant, situated in the late Kishore Kumar's former residence, pays tribute to him and embraces the diversity and humanity associated with living in a "commune." The establishment offers a comfortable and elegant atmosphere, meant for everyone to come and relax, socialize, and unwind. The design of the restaurant is intended to create a homely yet stylish ambiance.


Address: 18/B, Juhu Tara Rd, behind Little Italy, Shivaji Nagr, Juhu


2. Joshi House, Bandra

You can enjoy world cuisine with dishes like Baked Bried Kunafa, BBQ Korean Paneer or even modern Indian cuisine, such as jackfruit biryani or truffle palak, at this trendy haveli located in the busy area of Pali Hill. The restaurant, called Joshi House, has a clean white interior with occasional pops of red in the furniture and lighting. The two-story building includes a courtyard and a private balcony area for couples. Suren Joshi, the owner of several famous restaurants and gyms, runs this establishment and promises a luxurious experience. Address: 602, Ambedkar Road, Pali Naka, Pali Hill, Bandra West


3. The Conservatory, Juhu

Located in Juhu, this charming restaurant called The Conservatory is a glasshouse where natural light illuminates the space, and there are abundant plants throughout, from the façade to the ceiling. Owned by Suren Joshi, who also runs Joshi House, the restaurant offers an Asian-inspired menu with subtle European influences. Dishes like the persimmon burrata salad and the eggplant loche tacos are among the fresh offerings.


Address: No. 549, Shop no G-9-A & B CTS, 5, AB Nair Road, Juhu


4. Nara Thai, Colaba

At Nara Colaba, you can enjoy the delicious flavors of traditional Thai cuisine in a modern and relaxed atmosphere, accompanied by the warm and welcoming hospitality that is characteristic of Thailand. The restaurant offers a vibrant and exquisite dining experience, leaving customers feeling both amazed and satisfied. Try their signature dishes like Som Tam (Spicy raw papaya salad), Chicken Satay, Stir fried minced chicken with chili and hot basil kaprao, or green curry with jasmine rice.


Address: Amar Chand Mansion, Madame Cama Rd, Colaba, Mumbai

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