Fodor's Expert Review Neel
Hand's down the best upscale Indian food in town for meat-eaters, this restaurant in a beautifully designed building at the track makes the journey to the city center utterly worthwhile. Portions are big—as are the prices—and the food is heavy but sophisticated. Start with a seekh kebab (minced chicken or mutton with spices) or the mutton shorba (bone-marrow soup), followed by raan, a North Indian–style leg of lamb with roasted apples, or bindhi kali mirch (spicy okra), and dal makhani (a buttery black lentil dish) with rice, or any of the dozen great breads—flaky lachha paratha is recommended.
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400023, India