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Small Plates Week: Small servings from big restaurants, begins today



Cellar Door Hospitality’s Small Plates Week, which debuted in June 2016, is back with a bang. Small Plates Week is a 10-day culinary event featuring 15 of Mumbai’s finest dining restaurants presenting a wide selection of small plates to eat, share and repeat. The aim of the fest is to introduce restaurant and their menu to diners over small plates allowing them to try a huge variety of the restaurant’s menu.

The event is a feast for those who love variety. Participants can gorge on 12 vegetarian/ non-vegetarian delightful dishes along with 4 desserts. Small Plates Week is a great way to indulge on maximum dishes at any restaurant and order your favourites from them the next time you head to those restaurants post the festival.

When: October 14 to 23, 2016
Cost: Rs 1,200 per diner exclusive of applicable service taxes and service charges. Diners will have to pay directly at the restaurants.

The Restaurants

Diners can enjoy meal at:

  • Burma Burma, Fort
  • Terttulia, Dadar
  • Neel Indian Kitchen & Bar, Powai
  • Cafe Zoe, Lower Parel
  • The Sassy Spoon, Nariman Point
  • Indigo, Colaba
  • Goa Portuguesa, Mahim
  • Neel – Tote on the Turf, Mahalakshmi
  • Woodside Inn, Andheri
  • Aqaba, Lower Parel
  • 145 Kala Ghoda, Fort
  • AKA Restaurant, Worli
  • Craft Deli Bistro Bar, Kurla
  • Farmers and Sons, Fort
  • The Fatty Bao, Bandra West

Hungry kya?