Navratri 2022: Looking for a festive spread? Order-in from these Mumbai kitchens

25 September,2022 08:38 AM IST |  Mumbai  |  Raichel Martin

For the upcoming fasting days, order in a hearty meal from these chef’s specials

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In the name of love

Based in Malad, Soma Ghosh*s love for authentic Bengali cuisine and culture motivated her to become a home chef in 2019. For the celebration of Durgoutsav this year, she has set in a special lineup of dishes for you to make the festivity flavoursome and memorable for you. The dishes in her menu include bhetki in coconut milk, bhapa doi (baked yogurt), zaffrani pulao with katla kaliya, bhog*r khichuri platter, kosha mangshi, plum chutney, etc.
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Soma Ghosh
WHEN: October 1 - 3
TO ORDER: +91 9820462881
PRICE: Rs 300 onwards

Un-stereotyping

Jogeshwari-based home chef Madhumita Pyne*s delivery kitchen Insomniac Cook has been churning out fast delicacies for five years now. For this year*s Durga pujo celebrations, she has put together a special menu devoid of dishes stereotypically categorised as Bengali delicacies across the country. The menu consists of dishes like mangsher pithali, dudh machh, tok doi er dalna, and the list goes on. Place your order a day in advance.
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Insomniac Cook
WHEN: October 1 - 5
TO ORDER: 9892803506
PRICE: Rs 200 onwards

Festive special

The Navratri special menu at Via Bombay has some dishes prepared on a street cart at the restaurant. There*s sabudana vada, sweet potato cutlet with vrath ki chutney, masala pav, kuttu dosa with aloo sabzi, pav bhaji, and tava pulao, all available for both dine-in and delivery.
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Via Bombay
WHERE: Hotel Jewel of Chembur, 1st Floor, Chembur East
TO ORDER: 67099988
WHEN: September 26 - October 5
PRICE: Rs 275 onwards

Passion kitchen

Andheri-based Hetal Chheda*s passion for cooking led to a delivery kitchen venture ‘Not A Chef*, where she attempts to stay true to timeless, classic Gujrati recipes while experimenting with new ones as well. For Navratri, she has a special Navratri Thali and a fasting menu consisting of sabudana khichdi, sweet potato and purple yam chaat, dishes made out of barnyard millet, cucumber and peanut raita, etc. Delivering across Mumbai, dishes from the menu are to be pre-ordered a day or two prior.
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Not A Chef
WHEN: September 26 - October 4
TO ORDER: 77000 95161
PRICE: Rs 599 onwards

Sathvik feast

For Navratri, ITC Grand Central, Parel brings in the Sathvik Thali for those fasting and who would like to indulge in some nutritious treats. From sabudana vada and dahi wale aaloo, to sabudana kheer, kuttu ki puri and many more, all dishes are made of sendha namak. Available in their all-day dining restaurant.
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Hornby*s pavilion, ITC Grand Central
WHEN: September 25 - October 5
TO ORDER: 9987362956
PRICE: Rs 3,500

Bangla-western twist

Mahim*s Subhashree Basu*s Hungry Cat Kitchen was an idea she found solace in after letting go of her ad sales career five years ago. For Durga pujo, there*s a menu full of unconventional Bengali delicacies, some with a western twist like caper butter garlic fish, sweet sour pork, and chelo kebab. There*s also an adda box, full of traditional Bengali snacks like churmur (chaat), mangsher chop, mutton roll, sylheti mutton akhni polao, and mishti. Call her a day prior.
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Hungry Cat Kitchen
WHEN: October 3 - 5
TO ORDER: 9820928658
PRICE: Rs 450 onwards

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