We love eating fried food throughout the year, but monsoon adds another dimension to this craving. If your mouth is watering at this thought, head to the Pakora and Chai festival at Tea Trails where you can enjoy six types of pakoras and various tea brews
Hit the streets
5 pm onwards Love the rains and street food but hate the puddles? Head to the Barking Deer, which is offering street food items such as hotdogs, Smoked Kheema Samosa, Lebanese rolls, Mumbai street items and a spicy beer too.
Till: July 2
At: Mathuradas Mills Compound, Lower Parel.
It's a blissful time for those who love tea and coffee. Vegetarian cafe and baking haven, The Rolling Pin, will serve a variety of teas such as green tea, Kashmiri Qahwa, Blue Mountain Tea, Golden Assam Tea and Darjeeling Ruby Tea along with crunchies from their special tea menu.
At: Janta Industrial Estate, Lower Parel.
4 pm to 7 pm The Bombay Canteen is celebrating the rains with some 'kadak chai and pakoras' between Tuesdays and Sundays. Try their Begun Bhaja wedges, Poi Saag Vadas served with a rajma hummus, and Kerala Fried Chicken with curry
At: Opposite Power House Kamala Mills, Lower Parel.