Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai is a time for indulgence, eating out and celebrating with family and friends. The festive season comes with special offers and exciting food and beverage options from restaurants across the city. Modaks and sweets like Ladoos, are naturally sought after by gourmands, but savoury dishes like Thalipeeth or a savoury Pancake, Khichdi, too are relished with great fervour. Traditional dishes apart, Mumbai offers a plethora of exciting fusion options too across cuisines, to suit every palate and pocket.
Modaks are synonymous with Ganpati and naturally one relishes these. Vedge offers an exclusive Modak Platter at Rs 199, for Ganesh Chaturthi with offerings like Coconut and Jaggery Modak, cooked Apple and Cinnamon Modak, Carrot, Cashewnut Modak. No run-of-the-mill flavours here, so enjoy yourself as you savour these set treats.
Brown Butter Modaks with Sesame Poha Granola and Jaggery Caramel with Coconut Ice Cream at The Bombay Canteen is a treat you owe yourself during this festive period. Unique as always, this place offers some unusual flavours. The contrast in flavours and textures in each dish, are an unparalleled treat for your taste buds.
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Guests can visit Copper Chimney and enjoy a delicious festive feast along with friends and family. The multi-course offerings include soup, salads, starters, main course, live counters and dessert. From Murg Boti Kabab, Lasooni Fish Tikka, Aloo Badami to Mutton Lahori, Paneer Pasanda one can enjoy an array of dishes. Round off your meal with the signature Ganesh Chaturthi Special – Dry Fruit Modak.
Keeping in mind the festival of Ganpati, this specially curated Veg Oriental Menu for lunch and dinner, here, is bound to tickle your taste buds. Schezwan style Baby Potatoes, Pad Thai Pak, Cantonese Spinach Noodles, stand out and are not-to-be-missed.
Khandani Rajdhani is offering a Ganesh Chaturthi special sumptuous thali, which includes a wide variety of lip-smacking Vegetarian dishes. Apart from a satiating experience with the savoury dishes, one can give into one’s guilty pleasures too with the wide range of modaks such as Chana Dal Modak, Chocolate Modak, Coconut, Dryfruit Modak and more.
Food critic, features writer and columnist, Mini Ribeiro is a qualified Journalist, from IIMC New Delhi. She specialises in the Food & Beverage and Hospitality space. As an established food & beverage writer, Mini currently contributes to several leading English publications across the country – Asian Age, Hindustan Times, Sunday Financial Express, Hotelier India, Go Getter and Vistara inflight magazines and Rediff.com. She also has her own You Tube channel called Mini’s Food Fundas. Fond of cooking, Mini enjoys experimenting in the kitchen with various cuisines, with Indian regional food, being her favourite. She has recently started, a platform for home talent, called 'Flavours from Home', an initiative which aims to make women who are passionate about cooking, entrepreneurs.