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Fenix, The Oberoi

Nariman PointSouth Mumbai  


9 Reviews / 10 Ratings

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Sunday Brunch Mar 01 - Mar 31

  • The first in the city to bring home the prestigious Champagne house, guests can now raise a toast every Sunday at Fenix, The Oberoi, Mumbai. The Fenix Sunday Brunch offers unlimited pour of Moet & Chandon Champagne plus Grey Goose vodka and signature stirs and shaken cocktails.

    Breakfast specials, Western and Indian mains, carving station, live sushi counter and oyster station and much more culinary delights

    Day: Every Sunday
    Timing: 12:30 to 3:30pm
    Alcoholic Brunch: Rs. 4750 + taxes
    Non-Alcoholic Brunch: Rs. 3750 + taxes

All Day Breakfast Apr 10 - Apr 19

  • Enjoy Breakfast with friends round the clock at Fenix, the all day dining, world cuisine restaurant. You can now order your favourite eggs benedict, grilled salmon steak with poached eggs or choose from a variety of dosas from keema to Mysore. “All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast”.

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Fenix, The Oberoi Reviews






smashing brunch

We came here for our anniversary dinner and we loved it. It is posh and low key at the same time. Moët is overflowing while you select from a sushi selection and a la carte choices. Bread crusted sea bass is the biggest fish surprise and could be the best fish taste ever... Parsi style sweet-sour prawns and garlic naan was a nice Indian choice. Beef tenderloin was nice but unfortunately not medium cooked. But we sure enjoyed Bond martini and Fenix Cosmo! Try to book a window seats for a splendid view.


nellnab - Burrp User


1 Reviews

August 31,2011


Only for anorexic models

Went there yesterday. Order thai curry with rice. The curry was okay but the rice accompanying it was only half a cup, maybe enough for a 2 year old baby. Certainly not enough for the curry. So ordered some more rice and again was given half a cup and was charged 60% of the dish.
Also ordered Nasi Goreng (Indonesian fried rice) When the dish came it was less than the half cup of the thai rice. It was mostly filled with prawns and eggs. I could literally count the grains of rice. The satay which accompanied it was thai style with coconut. (Indonesians don't use coconut in their satay). Obviously confused cooks.
Nasi Goreng is on practically every 5 star menu around asia. This is the most disgusting version i have even eaten. If you are anorexic or on a high protein diet then maybe you might be happy.


August 31, 2011response from management at Fenix, The Oberoi:

Dear Nellnab,

Thank you for your honest feedback; we appreciate your taking the time to share it. I understand that our F&B Manager has called you to receive further feedback over the phone. Your input has been shared with our entire team and we do look forward to serving you again, keeping your comments in mind.

Warm regards,
The Oberoi, Mumbai

Firebird Fizz

My comeback tour of restaurants and hotels involved in the 26/11 attacks continues: first it was Souk, and now Fenix. And what a comeback it is for this restaurant...

Tiffin (RIP) was a landmark in old Mumbai; an understated and chic eatery which was always consistent in everything it did. And Fenix seems to be just the same.

The new interiors exude class, and the staff possess an authoritative style, which is distinctly lacking in other establishments of a similar star rating.

Top tip: come early for the Sunday brunch and pace yourselves out with a party of friends who you have not seen for a while. Then gently work your way through the menu (over a glass of Bollinger) and decide where exactly the best place would be to start.

Yes, I admit, the brunch is double the cost of other brunches; however, you can't put a price on the extras that you get here. One big difference is that the majority of dishes are à la carte and not on a buffet table.

Linger over the breakfast items - the poached egg on potato rosti was ordered twice by this reviewer it was so good ;o) The Martini menu was particularly interesting too with its unusual mix of elements.

The firebird of the Oberoi has most definitely risen from the flames to become something even better than it was before. Something that at one point you would hardly think possible...


April 20, 2011response from management at Fenix, The Oberoi:

Dear MumbaiMoo,

We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed your recent experience at Fenix! We hope to see you again - and regularly - at the restaurant.

Warm regards,
The Oberoi, Mumbai


New name, but still the same

Welcome back, guys. Nice to see you up and running. brought up a tear when I was there recently.

Except for the name - nothing has changed. Service is top notch, food is delightful and the warmth is all pervading.

Had gone there with my kiddo for sushi, and the range has increased manifold. Chef Rueben does a great job with the Chef's maki rolls, and the sashimi and sushi are excellent as well. It maybe expensive, but clearly worth it.


April 20, 2011response from management at Fenix, The Oberoi:

Dear XNTrix,

That's exactly what we were hoping for - that our guests would not feel any change at Fenix, beyond the name. We are so glad that you enjoyed your recent experience with us. Please do come back!

Warm regards,
The Oberoi, Mumbai


The Fenix @ Oberoi has Risen Again!

Welcome back Oberoi! Fenix (formally Tiffin) has come back to life better than ever! The Sunday Brunch with Bollinger champagne is wonderful as all alacarte items are made fresh to order rather than sitting in pans in the restaurant like Four Seasons or Taj.

Sushi selection at night is also plentiful with over 80 types of sushi. The American type burger was wonderful, must have been influenced by that American GM there and the Indian cusine was also fresh and excellent.



Perfect !

By far my favourite place to hang out have a drink and some sushi. The lighting seating is perfect !!! and its never too crowded too. the menu has a good range of dishes no masterpieces but are good. it is expensive but then again not a final destination more a meeting point. . If you want ambience then Tiffin is PERFECT !!!


April 20, 2011response from management at Fenix, The Oberoi:

Dear Bombayfoodie,

We are so glad that you enjoyed Tiffin. We hope you have been able to return to the hotel, and to the restaurant, now in its new avatar, as Fenix. If you haven't as yet, we would be delighted to see you very soon.

Warm regards,
The Oberoi, Mumbai


Im a very harsh critic when it comes to restaurants. I expect only the best and don't mind paying for it. Tiffin and its sister restaurant, Vetro, were by far the best gastronomic experiences in Mumbai. Destroyed in the terrorist attacks, these were icons of great cooking, perfect service and simple, wholesome food.

Saluté. My only 5 star rating on this website.


April 20, 2011response from management at Fenix, The Oberoi:

Dear Babson,

We hope you have been able to visit Fenix (the new avatar of Tiffin) and Vetro since we re-opened The Oberoi, Mumbai in April of last year. We would be delighted to welcome you back.

Warm regards,
The Oberoi, Mumbai

Have Brunch at Tiffin Once before you Die!

Well I have brunched in many cities across the world...and hands down Tiffin gets the right formula......great basic sushi, oyesters, bloody mary's and champagne and an assortment of hot dishes. I try to make it out here every couple of mouth is watering as I wrote this review.....thank god I am going to tiffin tomorrow...if I die I will be at ease


April 20, 2011response from management at Fenix, The Oberoi:

Dear Lokesh,

We do hope you have returned to the hotel since we re-opened in April 2010, and have had a chance to brunch at Fenix. Trust us - it is bigger and better than ever!

Warm regards,
The Oberoi, Mumbai


great place to go to eat some sushi..
the new zealand lamb shank is absolutely fantastic.
the pork with meso is also excellent..
nice couchy seating.. attentive staff (well they better be... its the Oberoi)
a bit expensive if you drink.. but a good experience..


April 20, 2011response from management at Fenix, The Oberoi:

Dear Zeusunwalla,

You're absolutely right - Fenix is a wonderful place for sushi! The rest of the menu is also worth the visit. We hope you have dined with us again, since we've re-opened.

Warm regards,
The Oberoi, Mumbai

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