Regular breaks from your everyday schedule are more or less a necessity now. Everyone needs to take out some time out of their fast-paced life to seek some change of location, environment, and mind, even if only for a few days or a weekend. This is also why weekend destinations around the city are popular and welcoming throughout the year. Alibaug is one such frequently visited location around Mumbai that makes for a great getaway. Our luxury holiday homes in Alibaug make for perfect stay options there too. With their luxurious yet comfortable amenities and aesthetic, signature to our villas in Goa for stay and villas in Coonoor, they are meant to complete your holiday experience in every way. As for the culinary treats in Alibaug, here are our top most choices!
Boardwalk by Flamboyant
A Greek themed waterfront restaurant on the coast of Mandwa, Boardwalk by Flamboyant is a perfect place for a sun downer. With stunning views of the Arabian Sea, delectable Mediterranean cuisine and more, the restaurant is a welcoming and refreshing fine-dine not just for visitors in Alibaug but also from Mumbai.
Kiki’s Café and Deli
A warm and inviting restaurant, laced with quirky décor, Kiki’s Café and Deli overlooks the sea and brings in a laid-back yet sophisticated vibe for everyone who visits it. Complete with delicious dishes and a soothing ambience, it is a must-visit in Alibaug.
Kokum and Spice
Located in Radison Blue, Alibaug, Kokum and Spice is great for Konkan cuisine served with a lavish experience and immense quality. The interiors and ambience of this fine-dine restaurant furthermore enhance the place’s value.
A great food experience is the key to a great holiday. When it comes to our holiday homes across India too, our hospitality services cater to every requirement that you have in all aspects, including culinary requirements. Our concierge and guest managers can arrange for and cook any dish that you wish to relish. To sum it up, your next weekend break with Lohono Stays by Isprava is no less than luxury.
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