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Mumbai is the financial capital of our country, but it is not just about industries and tourism, it is similarly notable for its variety of food options including local and western delicacies. The culinary scene of Mumbai is famous for the mixture of different food cultures it offers to non-vegetarians. From local food dishes to international delicacies, meat-lovers can easily find something flavorful to eat. And if you are a person who often thinks about food, and mainly craves non-veg food, then you would wish to explore the following list of places where you can grab some delicious non-vegetarian food.

1. Britannia & Company Restaurant:


Britannia & Company Restaurant is one of the most important parts of Mumbai's Parsi culture and cuisine, and it is one of the most popular Irani cafes. The set and ambiance take its customers to the British era. Britannia is famous for its seafood and meat-based dishes. The mutton of prawn berry pulao is one of the most famous delicacies in Mumbai. 


Another famous dish is Fried Bombil, made with popular Bombay Duck, a lizard-fish variety that is native to the city and known as Bombil in the local Marathi language. Brittania & Company restaurant is at Wakefield House, 16, 11, Sport road in Ballard Estate, Fort, Mumbai.

2. Ticca Tikka:

Ticca Tikka is an Indian and North Indian cuisine restaurant. They have got an extensive menu of North Indian and other fusion dishes. Various types of Kababs, tandoor, wraps, and chicken curries are available, with an amazing ambiance of the restaurant. The Chicken Tikka Bunny Chow is the most famous dish at Ticca Tikka, and this dish is similarly popular in South Africa. Tica Tikka is at 4- Royal Classic, Off New Link Road near City Mall in Andheri West, Mumbai.

3. Kofuku:


Kofuku is famous for its Japanese and Korean cuisine dishes. Kofuku serves some delicious dishes like grilled shrimp and sea bass, sashimi platter, Ebi tempura, and the famous salmon sushi. It similarly serves meat-based dishes like teriyaki chicken and kakuni pork. Kofuku constantly features at the top of recommendations of best Japanese cuisine in Mumbai. It is on the 6th floor in Suburbia Mall, Linking Road, Mumbai.

4. Goila Butter Chicken:

Goila Butter Chicken is famous for its Mughlai cuisine. And as its name suggests, it is famous for butter chicken, which is an essential dish of Punjabis and the pride of Delhi. 

Butter Chicken and Butter Chicken Biryani are the two most famous dishes of Goila Butter Chicken. This non-veg restaurant has made a special place in the hearts of Mumbaikars. Goila Butter Chicken is in Mayfair Apartments, Shastri Nagar, in Andheri West, Mumbai.

5. Pradeep Gomantak Bhojanalaya:

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Pradeep Gomantak Bhojanalaya is famous for its Malwani cuisine. It is one of the most popular Malwani Cuisine restaurants that serve some incredible seafood dishes. 


Many seafood lovers visit this place to eat their lip-smacking Malwani dishes. Fish Thali, Bombil Fry, and Surmai Fry are the most popular dishes in the restaurant. Pradeep Gomantak Bhojanlay is at Rustom Sidhwa Marg, next to Borabazar precinct in Ballard Estate, Fort, Mumbai.

6. Noor Mohammadi:

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Noor Mohammadi is at South Mumbai's iconic Mohammad Ali Road. The restaurant is quite famous for its kebab platter and the iconic chicken Sanju Baba, which was made by Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt. This age-old place also serves dishes like Paya and Chicken Hakimi or Bheja Fry. Noor Mohammadi is at 179- Wazir Building, Abdul Hakim Chowk, Bhendi Bazar at Mohammad Ali Road, Mumbai.

7. Imbiss - The Meating Joint:

Imbiss is a German and American cuisine restaurant. They have different outlets at Colaba, Bandra, and Santa Cruz. They serve some western non-veg dishes including burgers, juicy ribs, sausages, and steaks or schnitzels. 

The Meating Joint Burger is an extremely famous dish, and it is a massive beef burger with bacon strips and bits, a fried egg, and a lot of cheese. Imbiss - The Meating Joint is at Ben O Lil Haven, shop 5, 14, Waroda Road, Bandra West, Mumbai.

8. Bademiya:


Bademiya is one of the oldest and most popular non-veg restaurants in Mumbai. Bademiya is India's well-known seek kabab brand. Bademiya has its own Tava Delicacies and classic mutton dum biryani.


Tandoori, Tikka, Kababs, and ethnic curries are also popular among customers. Bademiya is behind Hotel Taj Mahal, Tullock Road, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai.

9. Calcutta Club:


Calcutta Culb is a famous Bengali cuisine restaurant. It serves up some delicious elements of classic Bengali non-vegetarian dishes. Aloo Posto, Pabda Fish, Mutton Jhol are some of the most famous non-veg Bengali dishes available at Calcutta Club. 

Other variety of fish, meat, and famous kobiraji cutlets are some lip-smacking dishes at Calcutta Club. Bhetki Fish Paturi and Chicken Kausha are some other popular dishes. Calcutta Club is at shop number 22, Oshiwara Link Plaza, Andheri West, Mumbai.

10. Poush - Essence of Kashmir:


Poush - Essence of Kashmir is serving the delicacies of Kashmir in Mumbai. It serves up classic Kashmiri dishes like Daniwal Korma, Mutton Goshtaba with Kashmiri saffron and spices, and Flavorful Rowangan Kukur chicken curry, and they serve these dishes with rice and naans. Daniwal Korma and Rowangran Kukur are the most famous dishes at Poush. Poush - Essence of Kashmir is at Raj Infinia, Evershine Nagar, Malad West, Mumbai.