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Taste of Mumbai

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Emperors Palace is proud to welcome the stylish new Indian restaurant, Taste of Mumbai into the Emporium.

Now guests will have the pleasure of savouring the delectable taste of authentic Indian cuisine while surrounded by stunning décor that has been inspired by the grandeur and drama of ancient Indian palaces.

Taste of Mumbai is part of the Shahi group of restaurants owned by Mumbai born Jay Masiwal, who has had an illustrious career as a master chef in South Africa for over 12 years. The group consists of eight popular and authentic Indian restaurants located around Gauteng, but this will be the group’s first at Emperors Palace.

Seating 100 people, the restaurant will allow Emperors Palace guests to enjoy an evening of fine Indian dining with sumptuous offerings to suit all palates. Keep an eye out for sizzling specials this winter at the exotic Taste of Mumbai at Emperors Palace.

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2 comments on “Taste of Mumbai”

  1. Had lunch at Taste of Mumbai. Service was horrible to say the least having the waiter demanding a higher tip after he was already tiped. He was greedy guy.

  2. Went to this sad excuse for a restaurant on the 21/12/17.
    Ordered a starter and the mail meal together. The waiter brought the mains before the starter. Told him to take back the mains and bring the stater first. He comes back 29mins later with the starter minus the sheesh kebabs. Ask him why is there no sheesh kebabs as stated in the menu. His reply is its out of stock. We ask will we be charged full price or not as we did and have not received what we have ordered. He speaks to a manager and he says yes we will be charged full price as they did not expect to run short on the kebaabs
    Point is ....why rob us by serving less food by charging for something that is not supplied? ???

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