“We’re ready to brave the Mumbai traffic to make it to Yauatcha for a meal.”
Yauatcha Mumbai opened its doors in 2011 in Mumbai’s financial hub, Bandra Kurla. With an open and spacious main dining room, private dining room, and bar, Yauatcha is an accessible fine dining experience that fuses dim sum, mixology, tea, and European-style patisserie. This unique and social experience reflects the spirit of a modern-day tea house.
Originally designed by Christian Liaigre, Yauatcha Mumbai’s open-plan layout and visible kitchen energize the entire space. The stylish interior exhibits Yauatcha’s signature design elements with blue glass and exposed brickwork, with a full wall of glass windows showcasing the beautiful city below.
Authentic Cantonese cuisine in the heart of Mumbai
Yauatcha is a contemporary dim sum teahouse that opened its first location in London in 2004. Incorporating the same concepts as its Michelin-starred sister location Yauatcha Soho, Yauatcha Mumbai offers an all-day social experience, specializing in modern dim sum as well as wok dishes and other small eats. The concept is a modern interpretation of a traditional Cantonese teahouse featuring an exceptional range of Chinese, Taiwanese, and Indian teas. Yauatcha is also known for its handmade petits gateaux, macarons, and chocolates, available both a la carte and retail in the patisserie.
An ancient tradition reimagined for the modern day
With origins dating back to the Silk Road, dim sum has a long history of bringing people together. Yauatcha’s cuisine honors those traditions by offering modern interpretations of classic dishes made with traditional techniques and the finest quality ingredients.
Yauatcha’s talented pastry team creates a delightful array of sweets each day, pairing the most current techniques with unique and flavorful ingredients. With a collection that changes each season, there is always something new for guests to try in the patisserie.
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