This fiery and masaledar Bombay-style Aloo recipe is a must-try when you are looking for something super delicious and easy to make.
About Vada Pav Recipe: The most popular street food from Mumbai, so much so that Mumbai is almost synonymous to Vada Pav. It is basically Batata Vada sandwiched between slices of a Pav along with ...
Despite what the name suggests, Bombay Duck is actually a kind of fish native to the waters between Mumbai and Kutch. And yes, you can pickle that too.
Flavoursome and rich Bombay duck marinated in a beautiful yellow paste and fried in rice batter till crispy. Despite its name, Bombay duck is not a duck but a type of lizardfish.
A mixed vegetable dish popular in Karnataka, served best with puris or rava idli.
About Bombay Toasty Recipe: A simple and quick solution for your hunger pangs. Pan fried sandwiches filled with cucumber, tomatoes, onion and potatoes. A delicious, quick, easy and fuss-free breakfast recipe, full of nutrients.
Marinated fish fillets wrapped in zucchini, rolled in polenta and grilled. Served with a refreshing salsa of fresh fruits and coconut cream.
The Bombay toasty is a special sandwich sold on the streets of Bombay which is made with lots of fresh vegetables, mint chutney and butter.
What makes Bombay toasty so special? We say the secret lies in its flavours. Read on to know more.
Niharika treated herself to the spicy Mumbai special masala sandwich. Here’s how to make it at home.
The Bombay duck or Bombil is a very curiously-named fish, and there are lots of reasons that try to explain it.
We hate wasting our food. In some form of the other, to whatever extent possible, we try making the most of our leftovers. Bombay Chapatti sandwich is one such ingenious use of chapattis
Chef Thomas Zacharias is the executive chef and partner at The Bombay Canteen and he has taken it upon himself to make Indians fall in love with Indian food and ingredients.
Bombay ice halwa is also known as Mumbai halwa, Mahim halwa or paper halwa. The paper-thin melt-in-mouth ice halwa with crunchy nuts dressing is perfect to whet your sweet tooth this season.
It is also called kadalai maavu chutney or senaga pindi pachadi. In Mumbai, this chutney makes a popular breakfast dish, when paired with masala poori or roti.
In conversation with New York's Chef Floyd Cardoz on moving back to India, his favourite dish at The Bombay Canteen and more.
From vada pav to pani puri, to cutting chai and to pav bhaji, the variegated street food fare of Mumbai is sure to please a palate of any kind.