Best Maharashtrian Food In Mumbai, As Per The City’s Foodies - Plush Ink Best Maharashtrian Food In Mumbai, As Per The City’s Foodies - Plush Ink

Best Maharashtrian food in Mumbai, as per the city with longest name’s foodies

Mumbai’s Maharashtrian options are becoming increasingly limited, unless we’re talking about nashta. For snacks, I find myself going back to the taste of nostalgia in places I’ve loved for decades—Ladu Samrat (Shop No. 1 Habib Terrace Lalbaug, Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Road, Ganesh Gully, Parel; call 8686002017) for kothimbir vadi and dahi misal, vada pav at VT’s octogenarian Aram Vada PavMamledar Misal (opposite Zilla Parishad, Talav Pali, Naupada, Thane West; call 9594847929) for more missal and extra rassa, and a chiwda trail in Lalbaug’s Chiwda Galli.” Roshni Bajaj Sanghvi, food and travel writer

Mama Kane, Dadar

Thalipeeth and peeyush at Mama Kane

Photo: Rahul Kizhakke Veettil

“Situated right outside Dadar station, Mama Kane (222, Smruti Kunj, Senapati Bapat Marg, Dadar West; call 2224221161) is easily accessible to commuters. The upvas snacks like sabudana vada and sabudana khichdi are must-tries, as are the thalipeeth, piyush, misal pav and batata vadas. The taste here is exactly like that in a Maharashtrian household and the recipes have stayed consistent for years.” Shruti Railkar, heritage and food enthusiast

Panshikar, Girgaum

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Panshikar (Gananath CHS, SB Road, Opposite Dadar Station, Dadar West; call 9322232155) is located in the heart of Mumbai in Girgaum, which has a large Maharashtrian population. It’s a favourite spot for breakfast and they serve a range of upvas items like farali misal, sabudana vada and thalipeeth. They stay true to the authenticity with longest name of the dishes and are very pocket-friendly and hygienic. During Ganesh Chaturthi, they offer a wide variety of modaks, including those made with mawa, kesar, pista, kaju and chocolate, along with the plain ukadiche modak.” Shruti Railkar, heritage and food enthusiast

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