Try Out, Lip-Smacking Local Cuisine While You Stay at Deluxe Hotels in Mumbai

When you are staying at deluxe hotels in Mumbai, consider this is an excellent opportunity to try out some exquisite and traditional Maharashtrian dishes. There is a plethora of options at your disposal and you can try various options inclduing a vegetarian or non-vegetarian cuisine or even sweet dishes as a part of your dessert. You can try this out at the hotel where you are staying or any of the good quality restaurants that offer traditional food from the region. There is no doubt regarding the fact that indigenous food here is that delicious and lip smacking, to say the least. Sometimes you may find it too spicy and hot for your taste, but if your tastes veer towards that, nothing can be better.

So, which other most common dishes you can order while staying at business hotels in Mumbai? It ranges from breakfast items to lunch and dinner menus as well. For a hearty breakfast, you can easily go for delicious and healthy pohay, which is a delicacy prepared with flattened rice. People generally order tea with it. Besides this, you can also try out the fantastic Misal Pav. It is a sprouted lentil curry preparation, topped with pohay, batata-bhaji, tomato, chopped raw onions, chivda, and farsaan. Other options available to you include sabudana khichdi, pitla bhakri, aamti, rassa a popular curry preparation made with mutton, goat meat, or chicken. This spicy non-veg preparation is extremely popular in Maharashtra, especially near the Kolhapur belt. So when you are in Mumbai, do not miss this opportunity to try out these fantastic lip smacking fare and begin a gastronomic romance with Mumbai for a lifetime.

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