It's equally impossible to resist Chef and owner Rachel Goenka's irresistible dessert menu (dark chocolate and basil fondant, anyone? It is all astonishingly tasty, prettily plated and perfect for a very special date.2.
Bay View Nobody goes to Bay View Café for the décor.
The French-inspired décor is quirky and pretty –think gauzy curtains, chandeliers, fairy lights, a spot of fuchsia furnishing and an entire wall of crumbling vintage suitcases.
Chef Irfan Pabaney's food is largely European with a touch of whimsy, so you taste deliciously odd dishes such as roasted red grape and beer ricotta in ragi baguette and braised sesame and anise pork belly.
The curiously-misspelled Skky is…well…open to the sky and serves middling South East Asian cuisine.
Tables here are separated from each other by a network of pretty plants and water islands.
Bonus: La Patio hosts karaoke night, ladies nights, live bands, hip DJ acts and more, so you and your beloved need never be at a loss for words.10.Skky A candle light dinner in Mumbai never looked so good!Ensconced within the Ramada Powai, lies one of the suburb's most romantic restaurants - Skky.Nobody goes to Bay View for its food either – it's the usual spicy pub grub that's great for soaking up alcohol (kebabs, chilli potatoes, fish fingers and suchlike).What Bay View boasts of though, is an absolutely ripping view of the sea.