Awakening all five of your Senses, keiba presents a modern asian fare inspired by authentic traditions and recipes of the far east. This place is nothing less than Haven created in the heart of the city for expertly crafted, homegrown asian ingredients that are fused in both, food and drinks.

The spacious outdoor and indoor seating areas, The well stocked bar and on point décor are eye catching as soon as you enter the world of keiba which exude warm vibe. The menu has something for every palate, there is a separate menu for vegetarian and Non-vegetarians.

Keiba brings a new and exciting dinning experience with modern asian cuisine comprising authentic flavours and contemporary twists to the heart of Bombay, when a restaurant replaces the iconic olive at mahalaxmi racecourse, naturally one steps in with high expectations and boy oh boy keiba smashes your expectations and give you a food and hospitality journey that you will speak about for a really long time.

So when I visited keiba they were celebrating a unique cuisine of the Yunnan region. Yunnan is China's sixth large province and is considered one of China's beautiful regions. With its mild climate and abundant rainfall, Yunnan is home to a large variety of plant and animal species, making the ingredients used in Yunnan cuisine very diverse.

Yunnan cuisine, alternatively known as Dian cuisine, is an amalgam of the cuisines of the Han Chinese and other ethnic minority groups in Yunnan Province in south-western China. Many Yunnan dishes are quite spicy, and mushrooms are featured prominently. The cuisine of Yunnan is often compared to the cuisine of Southeast Asia as the province borders the region and many of the ethnic minorities or related cultural groups also have a presence in Southeast Asia and parts of Tibet and Burma .

So what all did I have ?

° Soup
- Seafood broth with glass noodles

° Appetizers
- Yunan tender chicken hot pot
- Chicken dry red chilli
- Rice cake with mix seafood
- Mango sushi
- Caramelized eel making roll

° Main Course
- Burmese Khao suey

° Dessert
- Mango sticky rice.

Overall it was a wonderful experience. With a touch of lemongrass, a slice of Mandarin and a sip of sochu, visit keiba and experience the culinary journey.

Insiders tip

- The seafood broth with glass noodles soup is a must have
- Both the indoor and outdoor sections are perfect for a meal with your family or your partner.
- You have alot of space to park your car.

PS - The Yunanaese menu is available from 5thJune – 5th July, so don’t miss to grab this opportunity to experience a never tried before festival at Keiba.