An Angeethi is a traditional cooking stove common in North India; it also serves as a place to warm your toes on a cold winter day. Like its name suggests, the Angeethi restaurant seeks to bring the warmth and flavours of authentic North Indian cuisine to Mumbai’s discerning diners.
The menu features all the delights of North Indian cooking, which has imbued the varied cultural influences of the region. You can get to taste the ever-popular vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes from Punjab and Rajasthan, the rich, meaty delights of Avadh, succulent kababs straight from the tandoor and much, much more. If you love seafood, there’s a delectable variety of fresh fish, prawns and lobster to set the palates a-tingle.
The restaurant is spread over two floors and its interiors are done up in contemporary style, with a hint of the rustic. The mashaals (traditional torches) along the staircase, brass antiques and brass base plates combine to create an unforgettable ambience.
The generous spacing allows diners a lot of personal space, and you can request a seat at the Chef’s Table, giving you a window seat into the culinary wonders being concocted in the kitchens.
In short, if you want a complete and unique dining experience, Angeethi’s the place to be!
- Valet parking
- All credit cards accepted
- Smoking and non-smoking areas
12:30 noon to 3:30 pm
7:30 pm to 11.30 pm
Bangalore: +91 080 41113340
Hyderabad: +91 40 66255550
1, Museum Road,
off M G Road.
City Center, 5th Floor,
Road no. 1 & 10, Banjara Hills,