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Gaylord Restaurant 

The Coffee jointThe Churchgate area of Mumbai is host to a large number of restaurants and one of the older of the lot is Gaylord. It is indeed a great place to visit if you are frequenting that part of the town. It is rated as one of the best places if one likes to indulge in authentic Indian as well as continental food. Gaylord is a favourite hangout of people such Rashmi Uday Singh, the renowned gourmet connoisseur. Very aptly described by her Gaylord is an "evergreen restaurant serving standard food." The restaurant is coupled with a swanky bakery which ranks high in the popularity list. If you are looking for proper Mughlai food or a good cup of coffee, which comes with the added incentive of picking up the recent gossip which has hit town Gaylord is the place to be.

Fit for the lordsIn its early days it was known as Maison Vienna which was way back in 1942 but soon changed to Gaylord with the Lambas and Ghais taking over the management of the restaurant. And in no time, it emerged as the favourite hangout of the jet set crowd of the city who danced to the tune of the live band. The elegant glass chandeliers give the interiors a plush look. The mezzanine floor which is a much later addition gives the place a modern touch. The place is divided into two sections - the enclosed air conditioned dining area and the sit out coffee shop with plants and creepers which lends a pleasant air to the ambience. Noel DeSouza, Manger, Gaylord says, "Ours is a speciality restaurant providing quality food."

A royal ambiance The food at Gaylord speaks volumes. The mouthwatering dishes which are a must try include Chicken Makhanwalla, Fish Tikkas, Chicken Portuguese, Chicken Cecilia and Sizzlers. All menus can be prepared in less oil when requested. The variety of food available is what makes visiting the place most interesting. An average meal would somewhere between Rs 250 - 400.

A visit to the Gaylord Bakery which is attached to the restaurant will surely leave in good sprits for the spacious high ceiling glass shop has some of the best breads and croissants to offer at the most competitive prices in town. As one walks past the bakery you get an aroma which is absolutely enchanting. The desserts and cakes are a treat for your tastebuds. And one is sure toThe Gaylord Bakery buy some bread for next day's breakfast. You can chose from the wide array of croissants and buns, puff, pastries, almond meringues, cakes and breads. So next time you walk past Gaylord do stop over to have a full meal or a cup of coffee with bread or cake.


Gaylord Restaurant, Mayfair, Veer Nariman Road,
Churchgate, Mumbai - 400 020.
Phone: 282 1259
Gaylord Restaurant:
12.30 to 3.30 pm and 7.30 to 11.30 pm Gaylord Bakery: 10.30 am to 11pm

By: Sharmistha Chatterjee

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