About Colaba, South Mumbai, Mumbai
The city of Mumbai is a cultural gem with strong ancient roots running back to the 16th century. The evidence is clearly visible in beautiful old buildings and traces of history left behind by the British and Portuguese. Colaba in Mumbai is where the culture and history is most evident in architecture and art deco buildings. The small island of Colaba was ruled by Portuguese who left behind a piece of their culture behind in colonial-era buildings and art. All the famous heritage sites which Mumbai is known for can be found in Colaba like The Gateway Of India, the art d‚cor style Regal Theatre, Caf‚ Mondegar Royal, Leopold Caf‚ and The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower Hotel. Gracing the edge of Indian Ocean these buildings are an indestructible part of Mumbai. Colaba is the southern tip of the city so it is surrounded by lovely Indian Ocean from all three sides which offers the residents an unbarred view of the sea.
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About North Indian Cuisine
Mouthwatering deserts include Jalebis served with rabdi, gulab jamun, petha, gajak, rewdi, milk cake,falooda, khaja Ras Malai. Gulab Jamun, Laddu, Halwa, Barfi,Gul Qand, Balusahi and lot of other things. Some of the restaurants that are popular for North Indian cuisines in Mumbai are Dum Pukht Jamavar, Kebab Korner, Made in Punjab, Saffron, Punjab Grill, Masala Bay, Maya, Soma,Indain grill and Kitchen, Saffron Spice Caravan Serai, Almond Flower and few others
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