Friendship Day: Visit these places in Mumbai for a treat

Aug 05, 2018, 10:27 IST | SMD Team

This Friendship's Day, feast on the best the city has to offer

Friendship Day: Visit these places in Mumbai for a treat
French fries

Brunch at a five-star

dessert

12.30 pm– 3.30 pm: Head out with your gang of friends for a lavish epicurean brunch at JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar. You can pick from an array of freshly made salads with local greens, exotic vegetables, cold cuts, fresh juices, selection of Indian appetizers, burgers and bread station. The brunch will also feature a range of desserts, including hot souffle station, chocolate fountain, rum and raisin ice cream, baked mango tart, New York cheesecake, Belgian chocolate torte, and waffles to sweeten the bond of friendship.

Where: JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar, Andheri East
Price: Rs 2,900
For reservations: 9899044652

Munch on fries

1 pm – 1.30 am: If you and your friends love French fries head to #BFF (Blanco Fries Festival). The festival will showcase a variety of fries from options like regular fries, masala fries, super blast fries and potato wedges. You can also indulge in options like cheesy baked fries, fries pizza and cocktail shrimps fries. For those with a sweet tooth, there's chocolate fries served with Nutella.

Where: Blanco, Ground Floor, Ganga Jamuna Block, 14th Road, Linking Road, Bandra West
Price: Rs 153 onwards
Call: 9833448880

Dig into a Bohri thaal

thaal

12.30 pm: Don't have lunch plans yet? Head to The Bohri Kitchen and dig into a traditional Bohri thaal. In the savoury dishes (kharaas), you can enjoy crunchy patti samosas stuffed with smoked minced kheema and lamb marinated in green masala. The main course (jaman) has mutton khaloli with pulao and chicken angara with roti.

Where: Colaba (venue details to be shared after booking)
Price: Rs 1,500
To book: insider.in

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