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CST cafes

The dosas at Kamat's (Tel 022-22874734) and the vada-pao at Araam (opposite CST station and next to Capitol cinema) are highly recommended.

Theobroma

Pop into this tiny cafe that dishes out superb desserts and snacks.

Cafe Churchill

Café Churchill is an institution, well-loved for its Italian fare.

Moshe's

Moshe's, has three cafes and a restaurant in South Mumbai, serving cuisine from the Mediterranean rim and fine desserts from all over.

Cafe Basilico

For casual continental dining, with a Mediterranean touch, try this restaurant in Colaba.

Joss

This restaurant offers the best value-for-money sushi in South Mumbai.

Ziya

Ziya at the Oberoi has some authentic North-West frontier and Indian food.

Indigo

If you're seeking superlative European fare, visit the standalone Indigo, in Colaba.

Olive

Olive Bar & Kitchen at the Mahalaxmi Race Course may primarily be seen as a watering hole, but the food is not bad either.

The Thai Pavilion

The best Thai is at the Thai Pavilion at the Taj President in Cuffe Parade.

Khyber

In the Kala Ghoda precinct, just north of Colaba, Khyber is good for north Indian fare, especially meat.

Trishna

Trishna (Tel 91-22-22703214‎) is a prime seafood destination, especially rated for its crab.

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  1. The Thai Pavilion

    The best Thai is at the Thai Pavilion at the Taj President in Cuffe Parade.

  2. The InterContinental and Marine Plaza

    The InterContinental (from Rs 10,000) and Marine Plaza (from Rs 9000) also enjoy a superb sea-facing location and are just five minutes' walk from the stadium.

  3. Tote

    Tote at the race course is a great place for drinks and dinner.

Must Do

Experience the local transport

Travel in an auto-rickshaw for the experience and at least once by the local train - but after 9pm only. Go to the stadium three hours before the game, like you're going to the airport. If you go to use the urinal, you will probably have missed 15 overs by the time you are back.

Tips for Travellers

Travellers to Mumbai must visit Chowpatty. It's just 2km from the Wankhede stadium, which is holding the final of the World Cup. Chowpatty is a beach and the food there is amazing - Indian snacks like bhel puri, pani puri, sev puri, pav bhaji, cold drinks like kala khatta, orange, and not to forget golas (crushed ice lollies). And for digestion the traditional Indian paan (betel) leaf.

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