You know that you’re in for a musical treat when you enter a place named Amadeus. For those who aren’t in the know, Amadeus has in all likelihood been named after the prolific classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Rightfully, this resto-lounge is largely oriented to the arts. Any music lover will appreciate the larger-than-life, black and white framed pictures of music icons such as Zakir Hussain, Zubin Metha and the likes. Besides, the resto-lounge is attached to Mumbai’s renowned National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), making it a must-visit for patrons and performing artists. The pictures of the flamenco dancers also add a vibrant feel to this place. The major attraction aside from the exceptionally delicious food, has got to be the live music events hosted here. Another boon is the all-important space factor, that well caters to Mumbai’s thriving nightlife. Amadeus is divided into three different sections– a lounge and bar, a restaurant space and a beautiful outdoor section, perfect to while a lovely night away under the stars. The interiors are minimal with a warm and cosy feel. The bar menu comprises a host of alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks, all of which are priced steeply. Mumbai lacks performance spaces and Amadeus fills this gap by keeping with the true spirit of the arts!
Amadeus, NCPA, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021
Volume 1 Issue 11