Mumbai food: New eateries open at Bandra and T2
Indulge in the Cookie Crumble Coffee at The Chocolate Room's Pali Hill outlet. Head to Aaswad at Mumbai Airport's T2 for tasty Maharashtrian fare
For a choco binge
Cookie Crumble Coffee. Pic/Dhara Vora
After opening outlets at Ghatkopar, Mulund and Vashi, The Chocolate Room has now parked itself on Pali Hill at Bandra. With a menu that seems straight out of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, the cutesy eatery offers Italian hot chocolates, choco shakes, chocolate pizzas, pastries, waffles, sundaes and chocolate fondue with marshmallows and other seasonal fruits as dips. For those looking for stronger stuff, go for choco rum or choco bailey shots. The room also offers French Fries, Garlic Bread and Cheese Pops.
Time: 9 am to midnight AT Shop 2, Sun Beam Building, Perry Cross Road, Pali Hill, Bandra (W).
Maharashtrian flavours at T2
Aaswad outlet at T2
Craving a bite of the crunchy Sabudana Vada before you fly out of the city? Then, head to Aaswad that is now open at T2. “We want to spread awareness about Maharashtrian cuisine among the travel community,” says owner Suryakant Sarjoshi, who also looks after the eatery’s Dadar (established in 1986) and Ghatkopar outlets. Open 24-hours and accessible only to flyers, the eatery will offer its signature varieties like Kothimbir Vadi, Thalipeeth, Masala Rice and the bestseller, Misal Pav, which was hailed as the world’s tastiest vegetarian dish last year by Foodie Hub awards held in London.
Time: 24 hours
At: Departures (after check-in), Level 3, Terminal 2, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Andheri (E).
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