Mumbai Food: Three new menus to dig into
From vegan-friendly dishes at a popular Powai restaurant to traditional Hyderabadi fare at a Khar eatery, 3 new menus to try in Mumbai
Vegans, head here
If you follow a vegan lifestyle, add this Indian restaurant to your list of dine-out options. Pick from vegan-friendly dish-es like kothambir vadi, corn on the cob bhel, jeera aloo chips, bagara baingan drizzled with peanut salan, jaituni red rice with green olives, and kaffir rasam cooked with zucchini, carrot and kaffir lime.
TIME: 12.30 pm to 3 pm; 6.30 pm to 11 pm
AT: Mirchi & Mime, Transocean House, Hiranandani Business Park, Powai.
Bite into friffles
If you love your carbs, indulge in friffles, where crinkle-cut fries are offered in savoury waffle cones. Try varieties like creamy jalapeno loaded with cheese sauce and thousand island dressing, and topped with grated cheddar; cheesy Lebanese with herbed garlic labneh dressing; cheesy Mexicano with nachos tossed in a spicy sriracha sauce; and the cheesy Italiano where fries are mixed with pasta. The sweet-toothed can opt for ultimate choco fantasy friffles topped with choco chips, Nutella and chocolate fudge.
TIME: 12.30 pm to 12.30 am
AT: Icekraft outlets in Oshiwara, Chembur, Borivali, Vashi and Seawoods.
CALL: 39539393 (Oshiwara)
COST: Rs 149 each
Tuck into a winter menu that offers traditional Hyderabadi fare. Pick from appetisers like mutton shikampur, mutton tunday kebab or the chicken 65. Move on to dum ka murgh, lasooni palak, daawat chicken, Hyderabadi mutton biryani, subz achari, chicken Af-ghani and lamb pasanda accompanied by warqi or laccha paratha. End with the decadent shahi tukda.
TIME: 12 pm to 4 pm; 7 pm to 1 am
AT: The Kebab Guy, Shop no 6, 15th Road, Katra Bhavan, Khar West.
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