Food: 10 dishes to try in Mumbai restaurants during Holi

Updated: 22 March, 2017 12:48 IST
  • Bhetki paturi
    This is an all-time favourite Bengali dish where fillets of Bhetki fish is marinated and cooked in wrapped banana leaf. Where: Bijoli Grill
  • Pork Vindaloo
    This is a traditional Goan dish that originated during the 18th century. It is spicy and tangy in taste and is served with rice or crusty rolls. Where: New Martin Hotel
  • Chicken Kolhapuri
    Hot and spicy chicken kolhapuri is a traditional Maharashtrian dish that originated in Kolhapur, Maharashtra. The main spice used in cooking Chicken Kolhapuri is whole dry chillies. Where: Noorani Cafe
  • Quesadilla Explosion Chicken Salad
    Though it sounds like a salad, but can be relished as a main course, thanks to its quantity. Grilled chicken is garnished with cheese, tomatoes, corn and black bean salsa, tortilla strips and citrus-balsamic dressing. It is served along with cheese quesadillas. Where: Chili's
  • Pollo Grande
    Small chicken wings are cooked with original cayenne pepper and served with hot garlic sauce. It is relished as an appetizer. Where: Pizza by the Bay
  • Chicken black pepper
    Chicken black pepper: This is an amazing Chinese main course best relished with burnt garlic pot rice. Chicken black pepper is not too spicy, so can be tried by those who like medium spicy food. Where: China Gate
  • Keema pav
    This is one of the most popular dishes available across all restaurants serving Maharashtrian food in Mumbai. Meat keema is stuffed between pav (round breads) and is best savoured with Chayoos special chai. Where: Chayoos
  • Non-veg platter
    This is an assortment of murgh tikka, pahari murg tikka, gilafi seekh and reshmi kebab. Some restaurants also include items like Amritsari fish and mutton malai kebab. Those who want a full-fledged non-vegetarian flavour, can definitely order for the platter. Where: No.101, Powai
  • Rosemary Spicy Chicken sandwich
    The taste of rosemary sets this sandwich apart from all other sandwiches. The spicy and delicious sandwich is served with French fries and boiled vegetables, which add on to the taste of the dish. Where: Leopold Cafe
  • Achari Onion Masala Dosa
    This is an exotic South Indian dish cooked with chopped onion apart from the basic dosa ingredients. It can be eaten with onion tomato chutney, coconut chutney, groundnut chutney, green chilli chutney. Where: Banana Leaf
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Holi is not only about colours, but also about relishing sumptuous meals with friends and family. Here are 10 Chinese, Indian, continental and regional dishes served at Mumbai restaurants during the festival

First Published: 13 March, 2017 18:37 IST