Rich Taste Of Mumbai Aroma...!!!

Mumbai is a cosmopolitan city known for its many lip-smacking dishes. Be it vegetarian or non-vegetarian, the dishes in Mumbai boast of rich taste, fieriness and impressive flavors. Coconuts, cashew nuts, peanuts and peanut oil are some of the major ingredients used in many of Mumbai's traditional dishes. Mumbai houses many restaurants where people can enjoy some amazing food. The city is known for its delectable chaats at the various food stalls in the busy streets of Mumbai. The metropolis has a roadside fast food consisting of Vada pavs, Dabeli, Panipuri, Bhelpuri, etc. South Indian and Chinese food is also popular in the city. Mumbai has some of the oldest restaurants in India. Delhi Darbar, Sindhudurg, Highway Gomantak, Samrat, Vitthal Bhelwala, Mahesh Lunch Home, Kailas Parbat, Adarsh are some of the oldest restaurants in the city. Mumbai is known for its roadside food stalls and its restaurants.

Mumbai being the financial capital has a large number of migrant population. Members of the migrating families are working with no other family support, hence ordering food from close by restaurants or calling for pre-packaged meal (dabba as called locally) is an accepted thing. Owing to these recent trends there have been some online food ordering services that have cropped. Tea is the most popular beverage followed by coffee. There are tea stalls in almost all roads and corners. Other drinks include fruit juices and coconut water. Irani cafés are a part of Mumbai's cosmopolitan heritage
Indian Thali
Traditionally, a Thali is a selection of different dishes that are served in small individual round bowls and delivered to your table on a large round tray, i.e. thali. An ideal thali comprises of at least 3 appetizers, 2 sweet dishes, 4 types of vegetables, 4 different rotis, dal, rice and dessert, along with the usual accompaniments of pickles, papad and chutneys!!!
Gujarati, Rajasthani, Marathi, Punjabi, Sindhi, South Indian. You name it, and we got a thali for you !! So take your pick from the finest Thali restaurants in Mumbai!!!
Chaats (Local Fast-Food)

Every nook-and-cranny in Mumbai, houses numerous food stalls and eateries offering hot, spicy, crunchy and fresh chaats-a favourite with the locals. Chaats are tasty crispy, snack items that comprise of ingredients like chaat masala, yoghurt, onions, coriander, sev (crunchy wafers), mango powder, chilies, potato and much more! There are hawkers who move from one road to another, even selling chaats to the people stuck in their vehicles during peak traffic hours. So don't be surprised if a chaat vendor walks up to your vehicle while you are traveling somewhere or while you are at a traffic signal. Some of the popular chaats dishes are Vada Pavs, Aloo Chaat, Dabeli, Pani Puri, Pav Bhaji, Bhel Puri, Dahi Vada and so on.
Some of the yummy sweet dishes served in Mumbai include modak, sheera, puran poli, dry fruit kulfi, gulab jamuns, laddoo, aamras and chirota. One of the most popular desserts in Mumbai is 'shrikhand', which is a sweetened yoghurt dessert flavoured with cardamom, nuts and saffron. Mumbai is a wonderful city and also a culturally diverse one. The city promises some heavenly food that includes a wide range of appetizers, seafood dishes, chaats, traditional Maharashtrian and Konkani dishes and desserts! Visit Mumbai and get ready to be taken on an extraordinary culinary journey.
Here, the stalls are crowded with people who relish tangy fast-food and local snacks. Apart from the traditional dishes, chaats, sweets and seafood specialties, there are lovely continental restaurants across the city that will cater to a more subtle palate, if you can't handle all the hot food!
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