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Where to eat in Mumbai

Mumbai or Bombay is the haven for all those in love of food. As the maximum city Bombay has a lifestyle that enjoys a hectic work culture with equally fulfilling food culture that makes the foodies longing for the delectable dishes that the city has to offer.

Mumbai has a host of delicacies that carries the essential Indian exotic flavor. The nearness to the Sea has endowed Mumbai with yummy cuisines made out of fishes and coconut. Mumbai has all the kind of food to offer, be it fast food, Chinese, Continental, and Indian et al.

Bombay has great many places fragrant with delicious aroma of mouth-watering delicacies and you can easily choose them as per your choice and taste buds. Among those who love fast foods and won't mind it in the crowd, may visit Mumbai's legendary fast food lane that is Khau Galli, lanes lined by food stalls laden with freshly cooked cuisines. There are three Khau Gallies in Mumbai one at Zaveri Road, another at Mohammad Ali Road and the third is at Churchgate.

If you visit the Fort area of Mumbai you can go for Badshah, in Crawford Market a popular snack bar offering cold drinks, fallooda or Milk Shakes made deliciously exotic with vanilla ice cream, kesar, rose water, etc. Parsi Dairy Farm located on Princess Street in Kalbadevi area is famous for Badam Barfi (A sweet dish with crushed almonds) and rabri. China Gardens Kemp Corner at Malabar Hill is a hobnob joint for the rich and renowned socialites who regularly flock there. You need to have a prior reservation before you visit here.

In the area of Greater Mumbai, foodies have many more delectable options with restaurants and eateries that you would love to make rounds. Sarvi at Timtikar Road in Nagpada, Byculla is famous for its luscious boty kabab (minced mutton broiled on skewers) garnished with onions, chopped tomatoes and mint leaves. Then there is one Only Fish Hotel Rosewood in Tulsiwadi Lane, Tardeo, where you can savor the Bengali essence in smoked hilsa fish. Gajalee Coastal Foods at Haniman Road, Vile Parle (East) has a special dish on the menu- Bombay Duck that has food connoisseurs flocking the restaurant. Udipi Restaurants serve some of the most succulent South Indian dishes with captivating aroma of southern essence.

Apart from these food joints Bombay has other popular cuisine hunts such as Little Italy, Trattoria, Thai me up, Barista Coffee Bar, Kandhar, Mainland China and Indigo. All these restaurants serve you from early morning until 11:30 pm.

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