Mumbai’s 5 Best Desi Breakfasts You Should Be Eating

  The best way to have a great day is having a great breakfast, so we thought why not list some delicious hearty desi breakfast around the city.   Multigrain Stuffed Paratha @ Garde Manger Cafe, Vile Parle  
Multigrain Stuffed Paratha at Garde Manger Cafe
  Parathas are delicious and best enjoyed with dollops of butter but Garde Manger Cafe makes it healthy with Multigrain Stuffed Paratha. It’s soya and minced exotic vegetables.  A classic combination of proteins, good carbs, vitamins, minerals and fiber which works alluringly well to satiate your appetite.   Kheema Pao @ Kyani & Co, Marine Lines  
Kheema Pao
  You haven’t had breakfast in the city unless you’ve eaten at one of the iconic Irani cafes. What better way than starting your day with Kheema Pao?   Dilliwala Anda Paratha @ Summer House Cafe, Lower Parel  
Dilliwala Anda Paratha at Summer House Cafe
  Breakfast is the most important meal of the dayStart your day with a paratha that ensures that you’ll have a good day!     Bun Muska @ B Mervan, Grant Road  
Bun Muska and Chai
  When talking about breakfasts in Bombay, can we leave out the humble Bun Muska out? This simple dish is a go-to breakfast of many in the city of dreams!   Idli Sambar @ Hotel Ramashray, Matunga  
  It’s not uncommon in Mumbai to find people polishing off Idlis doused in Sambar ( or on the side) with a side of chutney. It makes for a delicious yet nutritious breakfast.

5 Amazing Cafes In Mumbai Where You Can Read As You Eat!

Frank Zappa had once said “So many books, so little time” we couldn’t agree more. While all of us are glued to screens be it our laptops, tablets or phones, we’ve forgotten the comfort of the paperback books. So here’s a list of book cafes where you can sit and lose yourself in a book!   Leaping Windows, Versova  
Leaping Windows, Versova
  This little cafe in Versova is a haven for everyone who wants to read a book. Sit here snug and comfortably lose yourself into a good book while you nibble onto a Cajun Chicken Burger.   Door No 1 – The Retro Bar, Bandra  
Door No 1, Bandra
  What many people don’t know about is the vibrant Orange library at Door No. 1. A relaxed space to browse a treasure trove of books and comics and peacefully sip on coffee or Beer.   Prithvi Cafe, Juhu   6-prithvi-cafe   If you’ve ever been to this quaint little cafe at Janki Kutir, you’ll know how peaceful it is to be sipping on a Suleimani Chai or an Irish Coffee as you revel yourself in a good book you bring along.   Summer House Cafe, Lower Parel  
Summer House Cafe, Lower Parel
  Curl up with with a book at Summer House Cafe has an expansive indoor and outdoor space with cosy seating that invites you to curl up with a book and binge on some delicious appetisers and coffee.   Food For Thought, Fort    
Food For Thought, Fort credits: Spicerover
    Aptly named, this little cafe is set inside Kitab Khana at Fort. It’s spacious and perhaps one of the most picturesque in the city. We’d suggest now that the monsoons are here, grab your favourite book and sit here sipping on hot chocolate!

Best Ways To Celebrate Eid

We’ve all looked forward to Eid and why not? An occasion like that is meant to be spent with your best people around, here’s a list of what’s happening around the town.   Eid Brunch @ Four Points by Sheraton, Vashi  
Shan-E-Raan at Four Points by Sheraton
  This Sunday, 25th June 2017, indulge yourself in sumptuous platefuls of Ramadan delicacies such as Nalli Nihari, Shaan-e-raan, Paya, Bharwaan Paneer Tikka, Dum Biryani, Falooda and make your family’s weekend more memorable.   Ramadan Treats by Nordic Kandie, Peddar Road  
Dates by Nordic Kandie
  With Eid comes Eidee, celebrate Eid with luxurious treats by Nordic Kandie. Try the exclusive and exotic range of dates dipped in Belgian chocolates with delicious toppings such as coconut, almonds, and pistachios curated for holy Ramadan.   Shahi Dastarkhwan Menu @ Neel, Mahalaxmi & Powai 
Shorba at Neel

Post the fasting through holy month of Ramadan it’s time to lay out the feast. Celebrate it at Neel with a week-long festive menu of authentic delicacies.

Raan Biryani @ Persian Darbar, Bandra


  Doesn’t feasting with loved ones bring you closer? Huddle around the table and enjoy the aromatic and delicious Raan Biryani at Persian Darbar.

Fun Things You Want To Do This Weekend

Most awaited part of the week is here and so are we with a new list of awesome things to do this weekend!


Food & Travel with Mira Manek @ 212 All Good, Lower Parel

Bean & Sweet Potato Rosti
  This edition of The Breakfast Club will see Mira Manek, author of the international cookbook ‘Saffron Soul’ take us through her food journey explaining – ‘How Food Travels’, using her recipes as examples, along with anecdotes of her family’s travel from Uganda, London, Dubai,  Gujarat and many more cities, and how the journey of generations finally came together for her in the book.   Bombay Bar Night @ Matahaari, Worli    matahaari   Have a Saturday night tryst with Bombay Bar Night at Matahaari! Put on your party shoes and get ready for some liquid courage while you relish quirky bar bites from the varied menu!   Workshop: Eating with Your Eyes @ Lemon Leaf, Andheri  
Vietnamese Asparagus Summer Rolls
  Learn the art of creating visually appealing dishes at the Eating with your Eyes Workshop at Lemon Leaf this Saturday. Participate in this presentation and plating workshop to make your meals look better every day!  


Sunday Drunch @ Hoppipola, All Outlets

Black Swan at Hoppipola
  So after a long week of hard work, if a crazy Sunday is on your list, then Hoppipola is the place to be. Walk into Hoppipola and enjoy unlimited food and alcohol at just Rs 999.   Brunch @ Asia Kitchen & Bar, Andheri  
Sushi at Asian Kitchen & Bar
  Savour some delicious Asian food at Asia Kitchen & Bar’s Sunday Brunch with a wide array of Sushi, Tempura, and Bao.   Sunday Brunch @ The Daily Bar & Kitchen, Bandra  
The Daily
The Daily Bar & Kitchen

The Daily is all geared up to serve you some delicious food and refreshing drinks for your leisurely Sunday brunch. Dig into some delicious dishes such as Veggie Brioche Pockets, Creamy Barbeque Chicken Filo Pockets and much more!

Retro Vibe @ Madeira & Mime, Powai

Classic Nachos

Go retro every Sunday at Madeira & Mime and indulge in some mouth watering food and potent cocktails. What’s more? If you have a corporate you can get 15% off your entire bill. Now that’s a sweet deal, isn’t it?

Five Amazing Things Happening This Terrific Thursday

So what if it’s a Thursday? Who said you can only have fun on weekends? Here’s a list of some amazing things happening today
Bladder Bursts @ Hoppipola, All outlets
Hoppi Bath Tub
  Always thought you have great control over your bladder? Put that to test with the Bladder Burst challenge at Hoppipola for Rs 359. Let us warn you, it isn’t as easy as it sounds.
Bottomless Cocktails @ The Daily Bar & Kitchen, Bandra


Cadillac Style

If downing drinks is what you fancy, The Daily Bar & Kitchen are offering you a bottomless cocktail offer

Awesome Thursdays @ Starbucks, Santacruz

Laughter is the best medicine and Starbucks gives you the perfect way to chase away your blues! This week Comedian Daniel Fernandes takes the stage.

Unplugged Thursdays @ A Patch Of Sky, Andheri
A Patch Of Sky, Andheri
  From foot-tapping beats to spellbinding melodies that shoo away those your blues with Unplugged Thursdays at Patch of Sky. Pause and unwind this Thursday as you sway to the beautiful melodies and soothing rhythms of Rijul, Jarvis & Mayur.
Thursday Live @ Hard Rock Cafe, Worli & Andheri
  Go back in time with ‘Retro Legendary Act’ giving tribute to the legendary Pink Floyd this Thursday at Hard Rock Cafe. Go from being ‘Marooned’ to shining like a crazy diamond!  

Three Restaurants In The City & Here’s What We Think About Them

Canto, Charni Road
    Replacing Karma – The Liquid Lounge from the early 2000s, Canto is perhaps the newest culinary addition to the food scene in Charni Road. As you enter you’re greeted with two giant paintings sprawled across the wall of dancers.   The seating is spread over a voluminous floor and a tiny mezzanine area. The casual dining restaurant is furnished with comfortable couches, a mix of wooden and wrought iron chair and tables. What do we like best? How luminous the cafe looks along with the obvious sense of space, both owing to the ample sunlight flowing through the doors and windows.    
  We started sipping on The Red Rage and Mango Mary. The Red Rage was a spunky refreshing take on the usual watermelon juice and Mango Mary was a mix of cola and raw mango and spices it tasted like kala khatta. It sure could’ve been better.  
Chermoula Prawns
  For appetizers, we sampled Chermoula Prawns and Malai Chicken Sambusa. Crunchy prawns were mildly spiced in well-made chermoula marinade served on ragi crackers tasted like a flavourful yet finely balanced dish. Malai Chicken Sambusa, on the other hand, was slightly disappointing. Served on a flat board with a dot of dip hidden below the flat sambusas for some reason with random coriander garnish. While we liked the creamy the filling was, the dish could’ve been better.  
Goat Cheese Sandwich
  We also tried their Goat Cheese Sandwich, which was the definition of comfort food. We asked ourselves ‘how many places serve a sandwich so basic yet so flavourful?’ The gooey cheese trickled onto the plate, the earthy taste of the pesto, nutty walnut married the slight tartness of the fleshy tomatoes.  
Banana Wrapped Fish at Canto
Banana Wrapped Fish
  We started our mains with Banana Wrapped Fish and Pasta AOP. Patra fish came with a side of Parsley Rice and chutney. We liked that the fish was delicately cooked and the flavours had all seeped in, but the fillet wasn’t deboned well. We chose spaghetti with the Aglio Olio, of course, and the dish was lovely.    
Crepe Suzette
  We finished our meal here with Molten Chocolate and Crepe Suzette. While the crepe was deliciously zesty, the Molten Chocolate was their version of choco lava cake. It came with a scoop of ice cream on top cascading over the cake. Even though it had very little chocolate sauce but that didn’t bother us from polishing both our desserts off in no time.   We think it’s a great restaurant, especially to have in an area like Girgaum where one a majority of veg dining options. It really bridges the gap between a gap between ShivSagar like restaurants to  We really like the restaurant and wouldn’t mind going back, especially for the delicious Goat Cheese Sandwich.
Bombay Brasserie, Worli
Bombay Brasserie
  Just opposite Nehru Planetarium, Bombay Brasserie has opened its doors to the city after over a decade.  We had a quick look inside and couldn’t help but adore the quirky interiors, lovely cocktails, and delectable food.  
Gunpowder Potatoes at Bombay Brasserie
Gunpowder Potatoes
  Aam Papad Paneer is an absolute delight here. Cubes of lusciously soft yet firm paneer dressed in a savoury sauce, stands true to the name. Marathi Jhinga Mirch was a slight let down, they came on a bed of crushed peanuts and we think could’ve been spicier. Gunpowder Potatoes was another dish we relished here. Spicy podi on baby potatoes works its magic on our palate. We washed it down with Paua Cocktails – Gulabo and Janta Bar.  
Naga Ghost Pepper Wings at Bombay Brasserie
Naga Ghost Pepper Wings
  We savoured the lusciously soft Galouti Kebab; these were a fine balance of spices and tender meat. Naga Ghost Pepper Wings arrived in a dim sum steamer for some reason and weren’t as spicy as we expected, having said that they had a smokey flavour and aroma to it. We washed it down with a cocktail, wait, a potent cocktail called Fauji Party Special. We got nostalgic as we saw Molly Lolly arrive.  
Molly Lolly
We arrived at our happy ending to this meal with Anglo-Indian Bread Pudding.
Anglo-Indian Bread Pudding at Bombay Brasserie
Anglo-Indian Bread Pudding
We poured over the custard emulsion that came with it in a cup and polished our dessert off in no time! After 15 long years, we’re glad that Bombay Brasserie is finally home in Bombay, Worli. With the quirky interiors, great food and a large list of beverages no wonder they’ve won hearts around the country.  
Above & Beyond, Andheri
Above & Beyond
  Only if you’ve lived under a rock you’ve not looked at the pretty interiors this cafe has and we scaled all the way up north to Mahakali Caves, Andheri for a review.  
Potholes of Mumbai and Sundried Tomato Polenta Squares at Above & Beyond
Potholes of Mumbai and Sundried Tomato Polenta Squares (in the background)
  We started with Peach Ice Tea & Cold Coffee, however, both were a tad too sweet. We munched on Garlic Bread which was pretty good, Potholes of Mumbai and Sundried Tomato Polenta Squares. The polenta squares were rather oily as they left a mark even on the plate after being served. The Potholes of Mumbai perhaps their take on Bunny Chow but with eggs was something that we’ve never had before.  
Mushroom and Caramelised Onion Sandwich at Above & Beyond
Mushroom and Caramelised Onion Sandwich
  Mushroom and Caramelised Onion sandwich and Wok Tossed Greens, on the other hand, were rather good. The creamy mushroom complimented the slight sweetness of onions. The slight soy accent in the Wok Tossed Greens was extremely refreshing.  
Chocolate Cheesecake
  For desserts, we gorged on some Mango and Chocolate Cheesecake. Both were not exactly impressive. Mango Cheesecake, an apparent house specialty tasted as though it was made of flavours instead of the fruits. Chocolate was more or less palatable and left an unpleasant layer of fat on the roof of our mouths. As the last thoughts, it’s a good place to hang out with your friends and they do have sheeshas upstairs. Adding to that they have board games and books too, maybe you’d want to stop by for the ambiance, food maybe not.  

Lets Roll With The Best Sushi This International Sushi Day

  Unless you live under a rock, you’ve obviously heard of this delicacy which is almost synonymous with Japanese cuisine called Sushi.  This Sunday, 18th June is a day to celebrate this simple, minimalistic yet elaborately flavourful dish and the many variations it comes in.
Cucumber Kimchi Roll @ TAG GourmArt Kitchen, Lower Parel
Cucumber Kimchi Roll at TAG GourmArt Kitchen, Lower Parel
  Quite an unconventional sushi this one but it has the goodness of fermented cabbage (khimchi) and brown rice along with the creaminess of soy mayonnaise with tempura pearls & mango lime foam.  
Sushi Boats @ UmameChurchgate
Sushi Boat
Sushi Boat
  If you love this dish just as we do and often share it, Sushi boats at Umame are replete with various rolls and delicious.  
Spicy Salmon Roll @ Hello Guppy, BKC
Spicy Salmon Roll at Hello Guppy
  The newest Japanese restaurant in town, Hello guppy serves this delicious Spicy Salmon Roll. The fish adds a lovely flavour to this ensemble.  
Sushi Platter @ Wasabi by Morimoto, Colaba
Assorted Sushi Platter at Wasabi by Morimoto
  If you think sushi is an art and don’t mind a little bit of decadent indulgence you should try the carefully crafted Sushi Platter at Wasabi by Morimoto.  
Asparagus & Avocado Sushi @ Myxx, Juhu
Asparagus & Avocado Sushi at Myxx
  The names very healthy doesn’t it? With the goodness of avocados and asparagus in it, this dish is just as flavourful as it is healthy!  
Mango Sushi @ Shizusan Shophouse & Bar, Lower Parel
Mango Sushi at Shizusan Shophouse & Bar
  Who said Sushi can’t have fruit? Try the delicious Mango Sushi at Shizusan Shophouse & Bar.  
Salmon Roll @ Chi Na Chi Ni – Royal Tulip, Navi Mumbai
Sushi at Chi Na Chi Ni
  Ever tempted to try more sushi? Head to Chi Na Chi Ni, Royal Tulip Navi Mumbai they have a Sushi Festival going on with an array comprising of Veg Dragon Roll, Assorted Fruit Nigiri, Spicy Olive Maki, California Roll, Tempura Maki, Rainbow Maki and much more!  
Volcano Prawn Tempura Roll @ Kuai Kitchen, Colaba
Volcano Prawn Tempura Roll at Kuai Kitchen, Colaba
  Kuai Kitchen in Colaba serves an array of delicious sushis that keeps me going back for more every time and Volcano Prawn Tempura Roll is an absolute favourite!

10 Father’s Day Special Around The City That We’re Sure Your Superhero Will Love

  Fathers – our very first superhero. Who doesn’t love their dad? This Sunday, June 18th, 2017 is International Father’s Day and we decided to list the various ways to spend some quality time with him, even though just one day won’t do justice.   Brush up your skills at Paint Party @ Woodside Inn, Lower Parel
Woodside Inn, Lower Parel
Remember that time when he helped you out with your assignments or you went shopping for art supplies for art class? It’s time to bring it back but with some beer in the scene too!   Sing at Karaoke Brunch @ The Irish House, All Outlets  
Karaoke Brunch at Irish House
Karaoke Brunch at Irish House
  Singing is probably something we almost never do. Why not get the karaoke star out and sing your dad’s favourite songs at the Karaoke Brunch at Irish House?   Celebrate Father’s Day @ St Regis, Lower Parel  
Father’s Day Brunch at St Regis
  With a host of options to choose from such as a lavish Father’s Day Sunday Brunch, a rejuvenating spa massage, a royal celebration of Single Malts and Kebabs; head to St Regis and leave no stone unturned!   Relish the Special Menu @ TAG GourArt Kitchen, Lower Parel  
Creamy Spinach & Mushroom Flatbread at Tag GourmArt Kitchen
  Celebrity Chef Ranveer Brar has made a special one-day ‘Pops and Bachas’ menu for the special occasion. Along with this, you can make your own gelato and pose to get a Polaroid photo of you and your father!   Devour the Big Daddy’s Brunch @ The Boston Butt, Fort  
Blackened Chicken at The Boston Butt, Fort
  For all the selfless efforts he’s made, take him out to an elaborate brunch and spend some time with him bonding over great food and a drink or perhaps even two.   Gift a Nutty Hampers & Edible Cigars by Nordic KandiePeddar Road  
Nutty Hampers & Edible Cigars by Nordic Kandie, Peddar Road
  It’s time to drive Daddy nuts, literally. Well, not like we used to as children but how about some Nordic Kandie hamper?   Enjoy a Pet-Friendly Brunch @ The House, Versova  
Sunrise at The House, Versova
  Who says pet parents aren’t real parents? Get your furry little tyke for a lovely brunch at The House and relish an array of dishes while your four legged little child makes new friends.   Binge on Brunch @ British Brewing Company, Lower Parel   sunday-brunch-at-british-brewing-co   Spend some quality time with the man who always stood by you, your first best friend and your confidante at British Brewing Company’s brunch this Father’s Day.   Hone Your Culinary Skills @ Flavour Diaries, Khar   italian-master-pasta

If you’re looking for something different to do this Father’s Day, visit Flavour Diaries, Khar. Chef Anjali Pathak is offering two fun and interactive classes: British Baking & Skills, and Italian Master Pasta on Sunday, June 18.

Get the Keggers from The White Owl Brewery, Lower Parel

Keggers from The White Owl Brewery

If going out isn’t your thing, sit in the comfort of your home and chug down some beer from White Owl Brewery. They’re offering keggers of their special craft beers for Rs 2,575 which is designed to hold about three pitchers or 15 glasses; now that’s a sweet deal!


9 Places You Should Watch ICC Champions Trophy Screening

  With the semifinals and finals of The ICC Champion’s Trophy getting closer, we’re ready to cheer for our team. So, here’s a list of places screening the cricket matches live and with some great offers   A Bar Called Life, Juhu   img_6442   With an al fresco area and massive screens streaming the live game, A Bar Called Life makes the game a larger than life experience. So, get your game on and cheer for Team India!   Woodside Inn, Oshiwara  
Woodside Inn, Oshiwara
  Here’s your chance to drink it up and cheer for your our men in blue at Woodside Oshiwara. Watch the live streaming of all the Champin’s Trophy cricket matches and avail offers such as enjoy bottomless beers from Gateway Brewing Co charged per innings!     10 Downing Street, Bandra Kurla Complex  
10 Downing Street, BKC
  It’s time to cheer the Men in Blue at the Champions Trophy 20171 Gather around the table and chug down a pint (or two) at 10 Downing Street. While you’re at it, make the most of the game with their offers too!   D:OH!, Lower Parel  
D:OH! All Day Cafe & Bar, Lower Parel
  Cheer your favourite team for the Champions Trophy this year at D:OH! To make the game special, they’ve come up with two special blue coloured beverages for all the supporters of Team India! Yes, you heard that right. Chug down D:OH! Ni – bubble gum freak sake and D:OH! Li – Blue LIIT.   Indigo Deli, All Outlets  
Indigo Deli, Powai
  Celebrate the spirit of Team India during the Champion’s Trophy at Indigo Deli with scrumptious food and delicious drinks what’s more? They have some irresistible offers during the screening too!   The Boston Butt, Kala Ghoda  
interior-5The Boston Butt, Kala Ghoda
The Boston Butt, Kala Ghoda
  The Boston Butt has quite an interesting offer this season, where you buy two for the price of one, but with a twist. The Bookie lets you bet on your free beer, and if you best the bet and win, you end up with two free beers, but if you lose the bet you pay for the invested beer!   Bar Bar – Pheonix Market City, Kurla  
Bar Bar, Kurla
  It’s the final leg of the Champions League Trophy, head to BAR BAR and watch matches in the company of other fans live on the Big Screen with fabulous pocket-friendly offers on Drinks & Food to keep you going through the match.   White Owl Brewery, Lower Parel   craft-beers-at-the-white-owl White Owl Brewery, Lower Parel   What’s better than craft beer and cricket? Perhaps an offer that we can’t refuse. White Owl Brewery is offering a liter and half of their craft beers for Rs 795. So, make your way and chug down some handcrafted crisp beers as you watch the game.   Blanco, Andheri   
Blanco, Lokhandwala
  Buckle up, guys! Enjoy The ICC CHampion’s Trophy with your army of friends as the teams wage wars against each other to qualify for the finals. They’re streaming it live, they’re also offering greats deals such as Breezer Buckets and Mojito Pitchers at Rs 799, Kingfisher Beer Buckets (4 beers) at Rs 666 and much more!

This Is A Big List Of Mumbai’s Favourite Iftaar Dishes

Don’t we all look forward to the Holy Month of Ramzan? The fast ends in the evening with an Iftar feast, this is a communal meal and no doubt it brings everybody closer. While we’ll never run out of options to dine during iftaar, we’ve compiled a list of some delicious eats from around the city.   Chicken Vada Pav @ Mahim Khau Galli, Mahim  
Chicken Vadapav at Mahim
  Just opposite Mahim Dargah is this plane called Mahim Khau Galli. Dotted with vendors ladling out dollops of khichda, haleem and kebabs we found this one selling Chicken Vadapav. A patty of mashed potato and shredded chicken is sandwiched in the chutney laced bun; delicious and tiny, it makes for a great snack.   Mawa Jalebi @ JJ Jalebi, Bhendi Bazaar Have you felt happy just by looking at something? Mawa Jalebi is one such delight. Just at the JJ Hospital Junction, below the flyover, this tiny shop doles out this warm, dense and lusciously syrupy dessert and we can’t get enough of them.   Shawarma @ Mahim Khau Galli, Mahim chicken-shawarma   Shawarmas don’t need an introduction, neither it is a Ramzan specialty, but the one you get Mahim Khau Galli are one of the good ones we’ve had in the city.     Seekh Kebab @ Farid’s Seekh Kebab, Jogeshwari   seekh-kebab   Jogeshwari East is a haven for delicious Iftaar food too, but this time, leave the makeshift stalls behind to wolf down some mouth watering seekh kebab at Farid’s Seekh Kebab.   Baida Roti @ Bademiyan, Colaba  
Baida Roti at Taaza Food Centre
Baida Roti
  This hearty snack is somewhat like a hot pocket filled with a spicy minced meat mix, egg washed and fried. Even though not a quintessential Iftar dish, it reserves a special place throughout the year.   Mutton Samosas @ Mohamed Ali Road   
Karela Samosas
Mutton Samosas
  When maneuvering your way through this labyrinth of lanes brimming with food, you’ll find vendors selling some crunchy and delicious samosas filled with a spicy mutton kheema filling.     Haleem @ Mahim Khau Galli, Mahim  
Haleem at Mahim Khau Galli
  Haleem is a stew made of lentils, shredded meat, cracked cereal and pounded wheat topped with crisp onion shreds, mint leaves and chicken; it’s just as delicious as it is healthy and comforting.   Iftar Feast @ Neel Indian Kitchen, Powai  
Seekh Kebab
  Neel at Powai is doing a great job with their iftar menu too. The Lucknowi accent to their food is something we adore. From mouth watering Lagaan Ki Nihari to yummy Gosht Ki Dum Biryani and Kebabs, you’ve got ample choices here.   Raan Biryani @ Persian Darbar, Bandra  
Raan Biryani
  After a day of fasting,doesn’t the thought of sharing a meal with the ones you love seem like just the right thing to do? Gather around the table and feast on a delicious Raan Biryani, the seamless amalgam of the spices, tender meat, and the long grained rice makes it a large plate to be shared with loved ones.   Rogan Josh @ Delhi Darbar, Colaba  
Rogan josh at
Rogan Josh
  This brilliant red meat stew is no newbie to Iftar feasts and it’s a dish that you definitely must try. While the name literally means stewed in ghee, this fiery red curry packs many more flavours and goes really well with naan.   Malpua @ Shalimar, Bhendi Bazaar  
Malpua at Noorani Milk Centre
  Similar to Pancakes, Malpua is a dessert to die for! These are served warm just after they’re dunked in syrup. The light yet fleshy consistency put together with syrupy goodness sure gives you a sugar rush!   Aflatoon & Phirni @ Suleiman Usman Mithaiwala, Bhendi Bazaar    
Independence day in delhi
  Speaking of desserts, it’ll be a crime if we didn’t mention the amazing Aflatoon and Phirni. Aflatoon is a dense, rich mithai made with nuts, ghee, eggs, and sugar while phirni is the good old rice pudding. The milk and rice have a supple consistency and are usually topped with nuts. What’s more? They come in a range of flavours such as strawberry and blueberry too.   Now that you know just the right places to get your iftar fix, go get yours and don’t stop until you have a food coma   after-iftar   P. S. You can thank us later!