Mumbai Food: Ring in New Year with a Bohri feast at late-night pop up in Lower Parel
In January, it will be two years since Nafisa Kapadia opened up her kitchen and her house, so that people could taste her Bohri food
In January, it will be two years since Nafisa Kapadia opened up her kitchen and her house, so that people could taste her Bohri food. In this time, her smoked mutton samosas, slow-cooked raan and mutton and chicken biryanis became all the rage in the food circuit.
To celebrate the onset of their second anniversary, the mother-son duo behind The Bohri Kitchen (TBK) - Munaf and Nafisa, are coming out with a pop up. "I'm celebrating TBKs second anniversary by setting up a stall outside my friend Yohaan's restaurant, Kaboom, at Kamala Mills. If it's a success, we might do this on a regular basis," says Munaf.
Nafisa and Munaf Kapadia
The menu will be meat-heavy, of course. Look for freshly fried Smoked Mutton Kheema Samosas served with mint chutney and lime, Smoked Daal Samosas (for the vegetarians), Chicken Russian Cutlets and the piece de resistance - Mutton Khichda - slow-cooked for five hours and garnished with lime, caramelised onions and pudina. Chai lovers, there will be freshly-made hot chai available.
All you need to carry along is a good appetite.
On: December 30, 31; 7 pm to 12 pm
At: Outside Kaboom, Kamala Mills compound, Lower Parel.
log on to: www.thebohrikitchen.com
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