What A Comic Show!

Comic-book nerds, rejoice! Thanks to a comic themed restaurant and the hippest trendiest new hangout in town.  With a hanging upside down action figurine of Spiderman on the window glass and a life sized frame of Superman, comic-book fans will feel right at home at What a Comic Show (WACS). When you walk into a place like this, it brings you back to your childhood and makes you remember why you got into comics. Here you’ll get the flashback of those days where comic characters were our real heroes and how we mimicked ninja by using scales as swords to supernatural devil looking investigator, Hellboy.  Being a hardcore comic fanatic, I was in love with their ambiance. There are comics everywhere- on the walls, collage on the table tops, and even full issues on the table to read while you wait. It was indeed a joy when I spotted my favorite Iron man’s action figure. The walls display countless memorabilia from Marvel & other comics, including Mickey Mouse, head busts, figurines and movie posters. It provides excellent customer service in a friendly home style environment.  Customers can play any of the board games at any time. The restaurant is essentially my dream fan-cave brought to life!

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Located at Safdarjung Development Area Market near Delhi, IIT Gate, this new age restaurant started by food lover and comic world fan- Pooja Moirangthem is one of a kind. Being a budding entrepreneur, Pooja has been in the Travel Industry for almost a decade and then decided to hang her boots as she always had the zest to start a unique and rejuvenating enterprise. The owner have meticulously handpicked and selected all the components of the business. They even organize live acoustic musical nights, screening of super blockbusters in the genre of animation, superheroes costume parties and much more.

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I sat down and pursue the drinks menu to see what reference I can catch. A mocktail named PHANTOM PUNCH pops out immediately, it is a blend of lime soda, brown sugar with ginger syrup. Super healthy and refreshing drink. Then I opted for FRANSKENSTEIN BLOOD which did not suit my taste bud. I felt the portion of tomato juice was too strong.

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To get the complete essence of both CONTINENTAL and ORIENTAL delicacies, I chose VEG PLATTER from each. Former platter consists of crispy French fries, potato wedges, mushroom triangle toast which was a perfect delight and simple bruschetta with tasty topping. While the latter has spring rolls, stuffed potato, chilly paneer which were good but shabalay and wontons were a letdown. On the recommendation of our pretty host, I tried CRISPY CORN PEPER SALT and BAM! It was an outburst of crunch and flavors. Here, I can say that spiciness was on point.

Crispy Corn pepper salt

Then I had WHITE SAUCE MUSHROOM PASTA which again was brilliant. Up next was freshly made EGG SANDWICH with a side of fries, which for once was just the right amount. It has a taste that lingers and will make you want to revisit.

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Like we all know a food review is incomplete without a sweet take, so for dessert, I had CHOCOLATE BROWNIE with CHOCOLATE ICE-CREAM which was good.

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Clearly, this is a different kind of establishment. One that makes everyone feel welcome. It is a geeked out nerd fest with great food. Like Jim Zub said ‘Comic is social’ and so is WACS.

On a comical note I would like to add ‘May the FOOD be with you’!

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Happy eating & Happy reading!!!

By Nistha Singh

Associate Blogger

 

 

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The Dumplings & Chinese Bread, New Menu at Mamagoto

Cheese Veggie Bun

Cheese Veggie Bun

Mamagoto, the much loved Pan Asian restaurant chain by Kabir Suri and Rahul Khanna of Azure Hospitality that started its first outlet at New Delhi in 2009, celebrated its five year milestone with the addition of the quintessential Asian staple The Dumpling & Chinese Bread, albeit with a “Mamagoto Special” twist.

Mamagoto, made eating Pan Asian cuisine a fun and memorable culinary experience, has always been at the helm of innovations that do not compromise on freshness or wholesomeness of each dish. Eating at Mamagoto always leaves one with a sense of satisfaction and adventure that keeps one coming back for more.

Traditional Pecking Dumpling

Traditional Pecking Dumpling

The New Dumplings and Mantau (Chinese Bread) menu follows in the same thread: hearty comfort food that surprises you pleasantly with its experimental pairing of ingredients, textures and tastes.

Vegetarian Jungle Dumpling

Vegetarian Jungle Dumpling

The Dumpling Menu is pure fun with great taste, allowing you to enjoy a mini meal of Dim sums: Street Style Spicy Dumpling (minced vegetable/chicken or shrimp), Traditional Peking Dumpling, Jungle Dumpling (chive infused vegetable or minced shrimp dumpling, topped with ginger, mint and soy sauce), Old School Gyoza(Lightly pan fried vegetable or chicken dumplings with a spicy “momo” sauce).

Though I loved the dumplings thoroughly there is one thing that remains the center of my concern and that is, the sauce makes the steamed dumplings soggy and the pan fried ones had a little layer of oil which was mixed with these dumplings and again made them too soggy.

Poaky Apple Mantau Makeover

Poaky Apple Mantau Makeover

The light, almost cloud like “Mantaus” come with stuffing’s such as Porky Apple Mantau Makeover (shredded pork belly, caramelised apple infused with red chilli, served in a mantau), Tokyo Metro Mantau (Crumb crusted slivers of aubergine or chicken with wasabi mayo and Japanese BBQ sauce served in a mantau), Cheesy Veggie Bun(stir fried pad choi, pine nuts ,spices and fresh cheese, served in a closed bao).

Old School Gyoza

Old School Gyoza

The mantau’s were perfectly stuffed and the filling was an absolute stunner but the bread was way too fermented which gave me a taste of south Indian rice dumpling (Idli) and the bread was almost over powering the filling inside.

Chinese Chicken Puff (minced chicken wok tossed in a 5 spice aroma and baked into a puff) and Char Siu Puff (The classic sweet “Char Siu” style vegetable or pork stuffed puff).

Char Sui Puff

Char Sui Puff

These puff’s can be mistaken for the french pastry but no it’s not that. These are traditional sweet char sui puff which is either filled with minced chicken or veggies. At first I was confused about the sweetness but when I asked about it then I was told that that is how they are made, a little sweeter. If you don’t like the sweetness in your food then you can probably avoid this.

Mango Coconut Sago Pudding

Mango Coconut Sago Pudding

To give that perfect satisfying end to the meal Mamagoto has introduced the seasonal Mango Coconut Sago Pudding.

With these new additions, Mamas ready to spoil you once again. Savour these at the Mamagoto outlets in Delhi at :

Mamagoto Outlets:

Khan Market – 12:30 PM to 11:30 PM

Saket – 12:00 PM to 11:30 PM

Vasant Kunj – 12:00 PM to 11:30 PM

Gurgaon – 12:00 PM to 11:15 PM

Noida – 12:00 PM to 11:30 PM

Happy eating & Happy reading!!!

All you need to know about Barcelos, Khan Market

Barcelos, khan Market

Barcelos, khan Market

With a single operation founded in Pretoria, South Africa in 1993, Barcelos has grown exponentially which led it to start franchising in 1998. It has been expanding continuously and became a household name the world over ever since. Barcelos enjoys its presence in 17 countries with 120 outlets. To ensure continuity and excellence throughout the brand, the founders of the brand, namely Costa Marzi, Johan Van Eyk and Beverley Vaskys, are all still actively involved in the operations of the company. Company has a service office in London with its group offices in Centurion, South Africa as well as national distribution centers in Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and in Gaborone, Botswana.

Barcelos, Khan Market

Barcelos, Khan Market

Barcelos is famous for its flame grilled Peri Peri menu that has won people’s heart in the capital and has been getting rave reviews from their first restaurant at Khan Market in central Delhi. They have an extensive menu of both veg & non- veg. But the Portuguese food here is dominantly for chicken lovers with a good amount of veg options available too. For starters I had Chicken Platter and Stuffed Mushrooms & Potato. The platter had chicken liver, boneless thighs, chicken wings and drumsticks all cover in tangy lemon sauce. First thing that I liked was the sauce was not just coated on the outside but it was there till the bone. I’m not a potato lover but these stuffed potatoes and mushrooms were better than any non beg dish ( this doesn’t mean I didn’t like non veg!).

Stuffed Potatoes & Mushrooms

Stuffed Potatoes & Mushrooms

Chicken platter

Chicken platter

Talking about the chicken platter, I’ve tried various chicken wings,drumsticks etc. but the taste and flavors one gets at Barcelos are different and rare to find.

In the main course, we ordered from the Portuguese specialities, Chicken Trinchado with rice- an exotic Portuguese gravy dish. With pepper and onion tossed in special gravy with chicken breasts cut in pieces. This dish is another must have. I’ve hardly seen any restaurant using Indian spices like tesz patta and jaiphal in their dishes and I had thought that only Indian origin restaurants do that but Barcelos proved me wrong.

Chicken Trinchado

Chicken Trinchado

The quantity is worth every penny and standing in Khan Market this place has made a niche for itself. The desserts and drinks are another highlight. I tried the Cheesecake and Tiramisu. Both were great but my vote will definitely go to Tiramisu. The Mocktails though were a bit on the sweeter side.

Mocktail

Mocktail

Tiramisu

Tiramisu

Presentation and taste get a 10/10 from my side.

Happy eating & Happy reading!!!

DLF Place Food Run

#DLFPlaceFoodRun Destination 1- Chili's

#DLFPlaceFoodRun Destination 1- Chili’s

It was a marathon worthy of every foodie’s dream, as DLF Place, Saket organized a one of a kind food crawl at the mall on April 18th, Saturday. The best of restaurants came together with their finest dishes, drinks and offerings for an afternoon packed with food. The event saw participants scampering around after a flag off at Chili’s by Ms. Benu Sehgal, Mall Head, DLF Place Saket. Quesadillas, Chicken wings and Margaritas were flowing at the kick off.

Chili's

Chili’s

Spinach queso at Chili's

Spinach queso at Chili’s

Nachos

Nachos

Margarita at Chili's

Margarita at Chili’s

After appetisers and Margaritas at Chili’s, the relay quickly moved to the newly launched Mahabelly with its authentic Kerala cuisine.

Mahabelly #Destination 2

Mahabelly #Destination 2

Mutton Biryani

Mutton Biryani

Veg Thali at Mahabelly

Veg Thali at Mahabelly

Post drinks and course one, the foodies moved on to Hard Rock Café with tips from behind the bar and a mixology master class by their bartenders. This leg of the run saw guests making everything from an LIIT to a smoothie!

Hard Rock Cafe, Destination 3

Hard Rock Cafe, Destination 3

Cocktail making session

Cocktail making session

Finally things finished on a sweet note with desserts and coffee at Café Delhi Heights over Tiramisus, Cappuccinos and conversations.

Last destination Cafe Deli heights

Last destination Cafe Deli heights

With the ‘DLF Place Food Run’, DLF Place reiterated its position as the place to be for those stepping out for delicious food and cocktails with choices galore.

Event date – 18th April 2015, Saturday

Event time – 2 pm

Address – DLF Place,A4, Saket District Centre, Press Enclave Road, Saket, New Delhi, Delhi 110017

About DLF Place, Saket:

Sprawled over 7,50,000 sq. ft., DLF Place, Saket is a premium lifestyle destination which promises to provide a consistent, vibrant shopping and entertainment experience in the heart of New Delhi. Over the last six years, DLF Place, Saket has created a firm mark for itself in the shopping landscape of Delhi by hosting some of the best names in fashion, and also the entire gamut of jewellery and skin care; books, gifts and music; kids’ brands and entertainment; and the best of Delhi’s culinary offerings. A distinctive spectrum of luxury brands, premium designers, and high street labels makes it the ultimate lifestyle experience for all retail and entertainment needs across more than 150 retail points. DLF Place consistently provides world-class customer service to its patrons.

Wendy’s is here!!! #WendysIndia

Wendy's at sector 29 Gurgaon

Wendy’s at sector 29 Gurgaon

America’s favourite and world renowned Wendy’s makes it’s way to India. Yes, everyone you read it right! Wendy’s has opened it’s first outlet in Gurgaon Sector 29, Leisure Valley market and is ready to open it’s door for the public of Delhi/NCR on 6th of May 2015.

Logo

Logo

Let me take you back in the year 1969 and tell you a small story about wendy’s.

1969- First Wendy’s (November)

1970- Wendy’s introduces a pick up window (November)

1975- First Canadian Restaurant (September)

1976- Wendy’s goes public (September)

1976- 500th Wendy’s open (December)

1977- First television commercial (April)

1978- 1,000th Wendy’s open (March)

1979- Salad bar introduced (November)

1980- 2,000th Wendy’s open (November)

1981- Wendy’s join NYSE (May)

1983- Baked potatoes added to the menu (October)

1984- “Where’s the Beef” (January)

1984- Wendy’s turn 15 (November)

1985- 3,000th Wendy’s opens (February)

1989- Dave Thomas advertising campaign (April)

1989- Super value meal launched (October)

1990- Grilled Chicken Sandwich (Summer)…..

2013- Stock of the year &

2015- Wendy’s comes to India!!!

First Wendy's Outlet

First Wendy’s Outlet

The place is very well decorated and smartly used. It has the space for about 60-70 people who can properly sit and eat unlike standing and eating. They have high table as well with chairs if someone doesn’t gets a table which is equally comfortable. This place has a unique combination of Coke studio playing in the background with an all american atmosphere and food. You don’t have to cue up and wait for your order, the servers will give you a token number along with your bill and the food will be served on your table which is not usually seen in any of the QSR chains. Cleanliness and efficiency in each and everything can be spotted.

Interiors

Interiors

Follow a few simple steps and place your order without any fuss- the moment you enter from the front door, you see the cash counter where you can place your order. So once you place your order, an order number would be provided along with a bill and you will be asked to get a seat for yourself and the order will come on your table. Yes, unlike any other burger place you don’t have to wait at the counter for your order. It takes maximum 5-6 minutes and you get your burger in a proper ceramic plate, where you don’t have to unwrap it from the paper. It is as if you are sitting in a restaurant serving any other cuisine which comes to your table with proper plating.

Baconator burger, Chicken Chilli, Cherry Cola, Cash Counter

Baconator burger, Chicken Chilli, Cherry Cola, Cash Counter

Kitchen area (they make their own cola), Fries with cheese and Bacon, Frosty topped with caramela nd banana, Cucumber fizz, Aloo crunch in the making, Ultimate paneer patty in the making and Chicken ranch salad

Kitchen area (they make their own cola), Fries with cheese and Bacon, Frosty topped with caramela nd banana, Cucumber fizz, Aloo crunch in the making, Ultimate paneer patty in the making and Chicken ranch salad

I know by now you must tempted enough and without delaying more let me take you to a short trip of the menu I tried and what all you should eat when in Wendy’s.

Vegetarians grub- Spicy Aloo Crunch ( with regular bun and spicy skinned baby potatoes coated with in house masala topping, this burger can turn a carnivore into veggie lover and you won’t even complaint. This is a must have!) Ultimate Paneer (another winner from the veg section, this has a thick piece of paneer (cottage cheese) in it with toppings and brioche bun which makes it simply perfect)

Non-Vegetarians delight- Ghost Chilli, Baconator, Chicken ranch salad and Greek mutton. I’m already drooling while writing these names, as the name suggests the ghost chilli is made of naga chilli in them but doesn’t kill your palate with the extra chilli flavor. Baconator being a baconator is an awesome burger for every bacon lover because it gives a good amount of meat in it without compromising on the flavor or sauces. And the surprise element of the complete menu is “Salad”. A QSR selling salads is first and boy oh boy, the salads are nothing less than WOW!.

Drinks- they have 5 fizzy drinks that are different, refreshing and chilled. I tried watermelon cooler and cucumber fizz and they both were better than most of the mojito’s or mocktails you get in any of the cafe’s. They are more like a cafe than a regular fast food joint. They have a huge variety of hot and cold drinks and use 100% Arabic beans for their coffee. The cold drinks are made of Monin natural flavors including cucmber and watermelon.

Ultimate paneer, aloo crunch, ultimate mutton and ghost chilli

Ultimate paneer, aloo crunch, ultimate mutton and ghost chilli

If you know about Wendy’s then you would definitely know about the reason behind these square buns. It is because Dave Thomas figured out that is the best way to cook them. It also reminded him of his favorite restaurant when he was growing up. In India, they are the first ones to do square patties and also square buns. I took a round of the kitchen and I must say that I have never ever seen such organised, clean and well equipped kitchen of a fast food joint. You can get a better kitchen in probably a 5-star hotel but getting such a high tech kitchen where non veg and veg section are not only separated in terms of equipment but also in terms of the kitchen staff and their clothes.

Good to be Sqaure

Good to be Square

Wendy’s is launching officially on 6th May 2015 with loads of fun activities lined up for everyone!

 Happy eating & Happy reading!!!

Royal Marwar at Dilli 32, Kempinski Ambience Hotel

Dilli32, Kempinski Ambience Hotel

Dilli32, Kempinski Ambience Hotel

Indulge in the richness of the authentic Marwari cuisine at Dilli 32, the Indian Cuisine restaurant at Kempinski Ambience Hotel. The restaurant is all set to take you on a delectable culinary journey to Marwar region of Jodhpur, Rajasthan with its traditional Marwar food festival, from 23rd April through 3rd May 2015.  The tantalizing aroma and the enticing flavor of these delicacies recreate the magic of the regal cuisine straight from the kitchens of Rajasthan.

Kempinski Ambience Hotel decided to do a royal festival of food entirely dedicated to the lost (almost) cuisine of a state/region which is the most rich and colorful in its own way. The hotel and the whole team made a beautiful amalgamation of modern and traditional cuisine, made a few changes and tried their own variations which by the way turned out pretty well.

From Murgh chappe, Murgh ka soola, Masala pasla, Atta ro chakki ra saag, Pittod ro saag to Raabori hara pyaaz, Paneer khaas Jodhpuri, Panchkutta , Mirchi Wada , Mawe ki kachori and many more, I grabbed my dose of the most delicious Marwari dishes coupled with contemporary style service that befits a king. To add to your zest, the food can be paired with the finest selection of spirits available at Dilli 32.

Mokal

Mokal

Besan Churma

Besan Churma

The highlight of the day was not just the food but an added guest Pushpita Singh, A self-taught bespoke jewellery designer, Baisa Pushpita Singh from the Royal family of Kharwa, Rajasthan, beautifully combines the semi-formal, sumptuous neck pieces with precious kundan and polki to impart a royal touch. Her love for jewellery began at a very early age and has only grown through the years. Her best work is designed in her atelier at home while she has the pieces cut and polished specially in Jaipur. She creates elegant and classy pieces for the woman of today who feels confident with an understated yet fashionable style. Designing exquisite pieces of jewellery is not her only talent, Pushpita is also an exceptional chef and has written a cookbook on rare dishes from the Rajasthani Kitchen. The book is a gourmet collection offering mouth-watering delicacies of hidden gems and lost recipes passed down to her by generations.

Pushpita Singh & Chef Rohit Tokhi

Pushpita Singh & Chef Rohit Tokhi

The executive chef of the hotel also happens to be an ardent fan of Marwari cuisine and holds the fact very close to his heart. He explained how his journey in Jodhpur turned out to be an eye opener as well as disappointed him too. He was disheartened to see more South Indian and Chinese hotels coming up in the city and less authentic/ traditional Rajasthani food shops being there, whereas it should have been otherwise.

Talking about Chef Rohit, let me tell a few important details about him. Award-winning Executive Chef Rohit Tokhi brings a special magic to the hotel, with over 19 years of experience crafting mouthwatering food. Chef Rohit was voted the championship winner of a student chefs competition conducted by the National Council for Hotel Management & Catering Technology (NCHMCT) in 1996. Ever since, he’s continued to demonstrate and develop his culinary skill set. Recipient of the coveted Hotelier India’s Chef Of the Year award in 2011, Mr Tokhi was also winner of the Baccardi Cruise Industry Chef Of The Year 2006. At Leela Kempinski Gurgaon, his restaurants Spectra, Rubicon, Diya and Zanotta won Times Food Guide Awards consecutively in 2010, 2011 and 2012. In 2007 and 2008, under his culinary guidance, restaurant 360 at The Oberoi New Delhi won a Times Food Guide Award too.

In his most recent position, Chef Rohit served as the Executive Sous Chef at The Leela Kempinski Gurgaon for four years. Prior to that, he was the Senior Sous Chef at The Oberoi New Delhi, and has delighted guests on board cruise liners such as Cunard Line’s QE2, Caronia and P&O Cruises’ Oriana. In his earlier years, he worked with The Orchid Hotel and The Taj Mahal Hotel and Towers, both of which are in Mumbai. Originally from Lucknow, India, he holds a Diploma in Hotel Management from the Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition (IHMCT&AN) in Mumbai.

Being a frequent traveler, he enjoys photography, reading and experimenting with local cuisine to absorb and further refine his culinary senses.

Chef Rohit and Ashwini

Chef Rohit and Ashwini

The festival has been extended on the public demand till 10th of May so now you can go and visit once again if you have already been there or go for the first time if you haven’t been to Hotel Kempinski. As for the food, it was delicious and rich in flavours as how the royal cuisine is supposed to be. The laal maas was damn good and so was the daal bati choorma, they did 3 variants of choorma out of which gulab ka choorma was my favourite. I being a person who belongs from a semi marwari family loves the traditional food and knows a little, if not too much about the food and preparation.

Bati

Bati

Malai Gewar, Gahoon ri Lapsi and Mawa ki Kachori

Malai Gewar, Gahoon ri Lapsi and Mawa ki Kachori

EVENT:                      Royal Cuisine of Marwar

OUTLET:                    Dilli 32 at Kempinski Ambience Hotel, 1,CBD, Near Yamuna Sports Complex, Maharaja Surajmal Road, New Delhi, Delhi 110032

DATE                          till  3rd May 2015 ( now till 10th May)

TIME:                        1900 hrs to 2330 hrs 

Price:                          Ala Carte                

 

Must have things in Mumbai- a foodies guide

What’s most exciting about the local food in Mumbai is not the ‘authentic’ fare from other states. It’s the native, borrowed, interpreted, re-interpreted, refurbished versions that collectively create the landscape of Mumbaiah cuisine.

Here are a few meals that will make you understand what food means to Mumbaikars.

Street food in Mumbai has a distinctly different flavour from that of the street food in other parts of the country. What may have started as chaat from Uttar Pradesh (UP), eventually got modified to a whole new kind of food. The addition of onion and garlic and the abundant use of red chilli powder which was traditionally missing in the Lakhnawi version gives an earthy quality to most dishes.

Image Courtesy- Google

Image Courtesy- Google

 

From Paav BhajiVada Paav, potato and onion Bhajias, Bombay sandwiches, street-sideDosasPatti Samosas, Pani PuriSev PuriDahi PuriRagda Pattis, boiled Channa Chaat,Kala Khatta, raw mango slices and berries in Chinese Bhel Indian-style pizzas heaped with cheese to fresh fruit accompanied by real dairy cream that is rare to find in most places. This is a gastronomes delight.

From Paav BhajiVada Paav, potato and onion Bhajias, Bombay sandwiches, street-sideDosasPatti Samosas, Pani PuriSev PuriDahi PuriRagda Pattis, boiled Channa Chaat,Kala Khatta, raw mango slices and berries in Chinese Bhel Indian-style pizzas heaped with cheese to fresh fruit accompanied by real dairy cream that is rare to find in most places. This is a gastronomes delight.

To start with, if you are in the suburbs you could head to Juhu and seek out – ChowpattyAmar Juice CenterSharma Chaat Center near ‘On Toes’, and hawkers outside Mithibhai college in the Suburbs.

Image Courtesy- Google

Image Courtesy- Google

In South Mumbai, Girgaum Chowpatty snack shops, Bachelors for shakes, Indian style pizzas and sandwiches, and Homji Street Khao Galli (Fort) offer a spectrum of street food.Cannon (near CST) and Sardar (Tardeo) are famous for Pao Bhaji, Gurukrupa (Sion) for Samosa Ragda and Haj Ali Juice Centre for fresh juices, fruit cream, sandwiches and Indian style pizzas.

Image Courtesy- google

Image Courtesy- google

Bombil, prawn and Surmai fries, fresh and tangy fish curries and Sol Kadi as a before and after drink are a must. If you have any space in your tummy left, I would enviously recommend Mutton Masala and Tisriya (mussels) Suke, rice Bhakris and fried, deep-golden wade to mop it all up. If you are extra lucky, you will run into a Gaboli fry in season for fish roe. This is a meal that will grow on you and have you coming back each time you are in Mumbai.

whereSatkar (near Goregaon station) for Malvani, Highway Gomantak (on the Western Express Highway, Bandra East) and Goa House (Juhu), Singhudurg and Pradeep Gomatak(Fort).

There are a number of Mumbai’s old school bar’s, A modern american/international meal, A mangalorean meal, An irani cafe or parsi meal these are a few few things to look for in Mumbai.

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