About Borivali West, Western Suburbs, Mumbai
Indian cuisine has many facets which are more globally popular like kebabs, curries, naan and tikkas but if you survey the Indian crowd of foodies you will find there is one part of this cuisine that wins hands down ' Chaat. Chaat is what we call our street food which is quickly devoured and then taken a second helping of. The street food is famous all over the nation and have found a way of adapting where ever it goes so the food that you find in Northern India streets are very different then what you will discover in Southern side. Mumbaikers adore their plates of chaat adorned with spicy crunchy bhels, soft wholesome vada-pav, flavour bomb pani-puri and ofcourse pav bhaji. Borivali area of Mumbai proudly owns two fantastic low key joints that have mastered the skill of chaat. For those living near Borivali, make sure you go and explore these places today with a posse of foodies.
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About European Cuisine
Mumbai the famous tinsel town of India is the biggest city in the state of Maharashtra. The cine industry in Mumbai is fondly known as ‘Bolly wood’ which attracts tourists and artists from all over the world. The cosmopolitan culture of this vibrant city is reflected in the diverse food patterns. The Chinese, Pan Asian and European cuisines served in majority of the restaurants are duly modified to suit the tastes of local people while at the same time retains the authenticity of the global cuisine. Lot of people relish the mild but rich flavours of European cuisine. Food is categorized in Europe in four categories and that is meats, corn meal, flat breads, sugar and fats. The fats, which are used to cook food in most of Europe, are lard, olive oil and butter. Tea, Coffee, alcoholic beverages such as beer and chocolate are popular drinks in Europe.
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