Need to improve facility and service by staff and waiters, and also need to talk politely with customers
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One of the best indian restaurant I have tried... with the Oberoi service as an add-on!!! A bit on the expensive side, but worth it altogether. try the Armitrage Indian wine, quite remarkable.
I can't stop thinking about the food I ate at Ziya. It was Indian food to the core but it was prepared with a mastery that made it feel like a tap on the shoulder of your taste buds instead of an assault on the...More
We were staying at the Oberoi and had diner one night at Ziya. It is one of the many restaurant where the food is from renowned Vineet Bhathia. We ordered vegetarian and non vegetarian as well. The food was delightful! I just found that there...More
After a day of sightseeing, I was cranky and hungry. Finding food in this part of Mumbai is not easy, and even more difficult for sensitive tourists who must avoid food contamination. After succumbing to jet lag and choosing not to checkout a rooftop bar,...More
After doing a bunch of research we booked Ziya very far in advance of coming to Mumbai and were very disappointed with the quality of service. The good was definitely very unique, however the server we had was playing on his phone and generally not...More
Had a wonderful meal at Ziya. Ordered their tasting menu since I couldn't make my mind up with what to get. It was great... down to the daal.
Very nice view of the necklace. Large variety of food including gourmet dinners. Having had a rather large lunch we only went a la card. We had the Ziya Platter which comprised of one piece each of fish, chicken, prawn and lamb kebab. Presentation was...More
We ate here on our lsat night in India, having enjoyed a wide range of Indian food whilst away. Ziya took everything to a new level however and was just wonderful. The service was exceptional throughout, friendly, with just the right amount of information and...More
I am a regular at this place and every time I walk in, I am treated with a warm smile, open arms and good food. The dishes are finely curated. I usually start with the Guava Chatka drink (do ask them for a salt/chilli rim)....More