Food Special: It's going to be a Foodie Sunday!

Mar 17, 2015, 08:12 IST | Suprita Mitter

Bohri Muslim, Keralite, Gujarati or Parsi? This Sunday, you can experiment from four delicious menu options spanning Mumbai’s diverse communities

You can take a break from your kitchen routine this weekend, as this Sunday, the city is bursting with options that promise to delight the taste buds. Trekurious is bringing together four of Mumbai’s most popular in-home dining experiences, in different parts of the city. The choice may be tough; here is what’s on offer.
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A meaty spread
A meaty spread

The Bohri Kitchen
The Bohri Kitchen is doing a decadent meaty feast, including raan, kebabs, biryani, paya and a lot more.
Time: 12.30 pm
At: Cuffe Parade
Cost: Rs 2,250 (per person)

Kerala sadhya
Kerala sadhya

Poppadum will introduce foodies to the delights of Kerala’s famous Sadhya in Bandra. Home chef Sneha Nair invites everyone to her house for a traditional sit-down Sadhya that includes relishing yum Kerala fare on a banana leaf. Expect to dig into goodies from Nair’s family recipes and spices sourced from her ancestral home.
Time: 1.30 pm
At: Bandra (E)
Cost: Rs 1,200 (per person)

Gujarati Thali
Gujarati Thali

The Mighty Maharaj
The Mighty Maharaj is cooking up a glorious Gujarati Thali. The Shahs invite you to taste this
perfectly balanced sweet and sour thali, a signature dish of their family Maharaj. For this one meal, the Shahs have kindly agreed to ask him to cook up a feast of puris, farsan, three different seasonal vegetables, famous Gujarati daal, tons papad, buttermilk and khichdi.
Time: 1 pm
At: Nariman Point
Cost: Rs 1,500 (per person)

Navroze Nosh by the Bawi Bride
Navroze Nosh by the Bawi Bride

The Bawi Bride
The Bawi Bride Perzen Patel is pulling out family recipes for Navroze Nosh, inspired by various members of the fun Bawa community. Contributors to this feast include her grandpa, maternal grand mother-in-law and even Katy Dalal whose recipe book came as part of her dowry. There will be mutton, chicken and fish made the Patel clan way.
Time: 12.30 pm AT Dadar (E)  
Cost: Rs 1,150 (per person)

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