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Food and Dinning in Mumbai


Food and Dinning

Being a host of Indian, Chinese and continental delicacies carrying the exotic flavor of India, Mumbai is said to be the food lover’s paradise. Food and dining in Mumbai, forms an important part of the life of people. Proximity to the Arabian Sea has enriched the city with some yummy cuisines prepared out of fishes and coconut. Apart from these the local daily eateries like Pav Bhaji and Bhelpuri etc are very famous in Mumbai.

This metropolis serves the most mouth-watering delectable dishes. Khau Galli, Mumbai’s renowned fast food lane attracts people loving fast food. These Khau Gallies are located in Zaveri Road, Mohammad Ali Road and Churchgate.

While visiting the Fort area, Badshah, in Crawford Market, is a must-go place for people who love to explore exotic ice creams as well as fallooda, Milk Shakes made of vanilla ice cream, rose water, kesar etc. and cold drinks. Parsi Dairy Farm on Princess Street in Kalbadevi area earned its fame for Badam Barfi, which is a sweet, made of crushed almonds and Rabri. China Gardens Kemp Corner, on Malabar Hill is a place for renowned and rich socialites and visiting this place necessitates prior reservation.

The restaurants in the luxurious hotels of Mumbai also offers fine dining experiences with the best of food, diverse variety of cuisines like Gujarati thalis, Muslim kababs, Mangalorean seafood, Parsi dhansaak, North Indian tandooris and Goan vindaloo besides the cuisines from different nations of the world. This wide variety of cuisines served amidst a captivating ambience with a glass of drink makes your dining perfect. Hawker stall dine by the beach side is also very well known. The bazaar near Ghalli Road is dotted with variety of food stalls.

Colaba in Mumbai is replete with some of the great eateries and numerous hawker stalls. So for some incredible Rajasthani and Sikh dishes, head towards Colaba.

The Chowpatty Beach in Mumbai comprise of some great hawker stalls that sell meats, barbecued fruits, fried foods like samosas and many more at cheap rates.

Marine Drive and the Malabar Hill are decked with fine restaurants and other eating joints. The variety of cuisines and the quality of food and service is very good in this area of Mumbai.

Marathi food is specially known for its content of fish and coconuts. Grated coconuts sprinkled over the dishes makes them taste wonderfully well. The Marathi thali system is very popular and common in the city of Mumbai. The thali is a combination of chapatis, vegetable, curd, pulses, salad, rice, and a sweet-dish. Some of the other thalis available at Mumbai are Bombil Batata Bhaji, Solachi Kadhi, Kamag Kakri, etc. Pav bhaji, Bhelpuri, hamburgers, hot dogs, Vada Pav, Pani Puri etc are some of the most sought after fast foods in Mumbai.

Besides the typical Maharashtrian dishes some other eateries that can be relished while in Mumbai are soups, chidva, Shrikhand, a sweet dish, Shira and Puran Poli, Chikki, another popular sweet dish in Mumbai and many more.

If you want to go for soft or hard drinks, the city has numerous tea stalls, coffee shops, fruit juice stalls, pubs and bars where you can enjoy a sip of your favorite drink. Thus the food and dining in Mumbai are varied and delicious. Enjoying these food items is a must for you while you are in a trip down to Mumbai.