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The Leela Mumbai



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Festive Stays Dec 25 - Dec 31

  • The Leela Mumbai bring you joie de vivre this Christmas and New Year with festive stay offer. Book any of their pre & post New Year food and beverage celebrations and avail a special room rate of Rs. 5000 plus taxes per night on single/double occupancy with buffet breakfast.

    Rooms are subject to availability. Other terms and conditions apply.

    For more details call: 022 6691 1290 / 91

New Year Eve Celebrations Dec 31

  • Amp up your spirits at 6 Degrees Bar and the Poolside:
    A svelte bar, electrifying music, live barbeque counters and free flowing house beverages highlight this exclusive poolside party.
    Price per adult, inclusive of non-alcoholic beverages: Rs. 5999 + taxes.
    Price per adult, inclusive of food & select alcoholic beverages: Rs. 6999 + taxes.

    Wine & Dine in style at Le Cirque Signature:
    A handcrafted six-course menu paired with some of the finest wines of the world makes for a perfect place for an intimate evening.
    Price per adult with food: Rs. 7999 + taxes
    Price per adult with food and wine: Rs. 9999 + taxes.
    These rates include complimentary entry to the 6 Degrees bar.

    Party - hopping at their three celebrated restaurants.
    Book a table at Citrus, Jamavar or Great Wall and party through all three restaurants into the New Year.

    1. Citrus features a spectacular buffet with an extensive selection of international and Indian cuisine. 2. Jamavar brings you a royal feast handcrafted by Surender Mohan, our Indian Masterchef.
    3. The Great Wall takes you on gourmet journey with an abundance of authentic dishes from the five main provinces of China.
    Price per adult, inclusive of non-alcoholic beverages: Rs. 4999 + taxes.
    Price per adult, inclusive of select alcoholic beverages: Rs. 5999 + taxes.
    Children below 12 years: Rs. 2999 + taxes.
    Extend the revelry to 6 degrees and the Poolside at a surcharge of Rs. 1999 + taxes per person.

    For more details call: 022 6691 1290/ 91

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The Leela Mumbai Reviews

Crazy expensive kebabs, anyone?

I went to Jamavar for a kebab festival that is on until the 30th of April (so you can still catch it if you read this on time!) and had some mixed opinions about the food served. We started with a lamb dish called Tabak Maaz which was fried lamb chops infused with very subtle but delicious flavor. This was followed by this chicken dish (I forget the name) that was marinated with yogurt, sandalwood and some other mild spices. This was quite good actually, but having it after the Tabak Maaz, it seemed too regular. You will get similar starters at Lucky's for less than one fourth the price! I couldn't really taste the sandalwood, so it simply seemed like a yogurt based white kebab. This was followed by Mutton Dum Biryani, which tasted fine, but had a few flaws according to my biryani expert friend who I had taken along. The rice looked a little overcooked and wet. We've never really had wet rice in biryani before. Plus, the mutton, although tasted fine, looked very colorless. It wasn't the most visually appealing dish.

Oh but how can I forget, my Long Island Iced Tea was beautiful!

Menu Variety
There were a lot of interesting items to choose from here. Starting with sandalwood in food (I haven't seen that before), it was really a tough choice to decide what to eat coz of so many options!

Nothing spectacular in the service. It was fine. It took us a lot of time to get the waiter's attention a lot of times. It shouldn't be so hard. Plus they were not serving regular water. Only mineral water - and that was charged in the bill! How can you deny free water to your customer? I fail to see the point.

The ambiance was really nice and the music was wonderful. Classical music with a modern twist. Lots of tablas...and I love tablas! The music was crisp and clear even though it wasn't loud.

Value for Money
No. Leela is by far the most expensive place I've eaten at. Each dish costs a minimum of Rs. 750-800. Unless you have so much money that you don't know what to spend it on, give this place a miss. The food is not really "to die for" types, so why spend a bomb on it?

It's right next to the international airport. Go on weekends or you'll get stuck in traffic!

And in conclusion...
Only for the uber rich. I'm not there yet....will skip such expensive joints in the future!