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Indian Accent’s inventive Indian cuisine complements the flavours and traditions of India with global ingredients and techniques.

The first Indian Accent opened in New Delhi in 2009, before moving to its current location at The Lodhi. The restaurant received significant acclaim for its unconventional and innovative approach to contemporary Indian food. In 2016, it opened an outpost in New York to critical and commercial acclaim.

Indian Accent now opens its doors at the most iconic address in Mumbai, the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre, BKC.

Menu

menu

Indian Accent’s path-breaking contemporary Indian menu combines fresh seasonal produce and unusual ingredients from across the world to excite the adventurous, yet satisfy traditional tastes and evoke nostalgia.

Guests would be able to enjoy all time Indian Accent favourites like 'meetha aachar pork ribs, green apple', 'ghee roast soya boti, roomali roti pancake' and 'daulat ki chaat, rose petal chikki, roast almond' as well as unique new dishes for the Mumbai menu like 'gunpowder prawns, red rice, smoked chilli & raw mango curry', 'guchhi matar, asparagus, kashmiri morel pulao' and 'burrata chaat, lotus root papdi, mustard tomato jam'. In addition to the vegetarian and non-vegetarian tasting menus, the restaurant would also offer Vegan, Gluten free and Jain menus.

press and accolades

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chefs

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Chef Manish Mehrotra

Culinary Director

Celebrated and critically acclaimed Chef Manish Mehrotra is the culinary director for Indian Accent restaurants. He pioneered inventive indian cuisine. He was awarded the Best Chef in India by American Express and has also been called the most exciting modern Indian chef in the world today.

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Chef Rijul Gulati

Head Chef

Chef Rijul Gulati’s passion for cooking brought him to Indian Accent, New Delhi, where he spent 8 years working and honing his skills, under the mentorship of the Culinary Director of Indian Accent, Chef Manish Mehrotra.

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private dining

Celebrate at Indian Accent

We welcome bookings for private parties. There are two private dining rooms suitable for intimate gatherings as well as larger events.

Our first Private Dining Room has a capacity of 18 guests. The second room, titled 'The Centurion' seats 10 guests, and has an attached interactive show kitchen.

For enquiries, please email us on:
reservations.mum@indianaccent.com

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