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5 Best dishes in Mumbai to celebrate Eid

05 Jun, 2019 by Mini Ribeiro

Food is an integral part of Indian festivals and Eid is no exception. This festival – Eid ul Fitr, which marks the first day of the month of Shawwal and the end of Ramzan, is a day of celebrations. After rigorous fasting for 40 days, people rejoice and celebrate over food- biryani, kababs, sweets, and more. Chefs in Mumbai restaurants go all out creating special menus, as people from all castes and creed join in the celebrations with their Muslim brethren. My top 5 picks. 

Shahi Nehari at Dumpukht, ITC Maratha

Lamb, slow-cooked in a rich and delicious extract of almond paste and milk, along with special spices, is a dish you cannot miss on Eid. The unique flavour and texture, set this dish apart. Relish it with a garlic naan or tandoori roti this Eid.  

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Gernail Raan at Taftoon, BKC

A perfect dish for celebrations with family and friends, one must indulge in this raan, which comes with a dried masala roast gravy. Dunk your bread into it or relish I with pulao and salad. It certainly ushers in celebrations. A generous portion, it is apt for sharing.


Murg Yakhni pulao at Ummrao, Courtyard by Marriott, Andheri East 

This aromatic and flavourful pulao, replete with spices, but distinct flavours, is a treat you must indulge in this Eid. Chef Qureshi ensures it teases your palate and yet, satiates you completely, fulfilling your meat cravings.  

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Haleem at The Bayview, Hotel Marine Plaza, Marine Drive

Robust and hearty, this medley of pulses, lentils, meat and cracked wheat, makes for a complete meal. Juliennes of ginger, green chilies and a dash of lemon adds the right zest to his creamy and lip-smacking dish, which entices you immediately when served.  

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Pelve at Neel Tote on the Turf, Mahalaxmi

Last but not the least, indulging in sinful and decadent desserts after a sumptuous meal is a must on any feast day. But skip the malpuas and shahi tukdas for a change and gorge on this rich Konkani Muslim dessert, Pelve, at Neel. Made with eggs, coconut and sugar, a spoonful of this will leave you craving for more.  

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Mini Ribeiro
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