Gastronomic pilgrimage in Mumbai

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#31 Mar 17th, 2006, 10:26
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There are 2 Brothers running two differnt delhi durbars
This first one is Delhi Darbar Restaurant: Mughlai
Holland House, SBS Road, Colaba, Mumbai, Ph. 2020235

And the second is Jaffer Bhai's Delhi Darbar (Awesome!!)
First Marine Street, Big Three Bldg.,Opp Gol Masjid, Metro
http://www.explocity.com/Info/showch...=3456&Did=3619

I wont be able to comment on the fist delhi Durbar but the 2nd ie Jaffer bhais is excellent .


The Biryani King Of Bombay!
Delhi Darbarís JAFFERBHAI MANSURI
http://www.uppercrustindia.com/12cru...e/feature3.htm

The Melting Pot Of Bombayís Cuisines
http://www.uppercrustindia.com/10crust/ten/mumbai3.htm
http://www.uppercrustindia.com/10crust/ten/gourmet.html

Good write ups on mumbai eating joints
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/30fdf/10ce6e/2/
http://o3.indiatimes.com/karvefood

PS:- Skinny's blog is also a great place to get updated reviews on good eating places in mumbai
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#32 Mar 17th, 2006, 11:40
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dude, where is my blog in there
My Eating Out Blog blog
#33 Mar 17th, 2006, 12:10
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it is the delhi drbar in Colaba we are talking about.......most of the people dont Recongize the one in Colaba only as the Delhi Darbar.....most of them dont know about the one opposite Gol Masjid....

And without any doubt any curry vegetable ordered in Delhi Darbar in Colaba would be like vegetables in plain Tomato puree....the price of which will make you think ....."god how expensive these tomatoes can be????"...

Indigo's medittaranean fare is gooooood and so is its ambience but yes it burns quite a big hole in ur pockets
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it is the delhi drbar in Colaba we are talking about.......most of the people dont Recongize the one in Colaba only as the Delhi Darbar.....most of them dont know about the one opposite Gol Masjid....

And without any doubt any curry vegetable ordered in Delhi Darbar in Colaba would be like vegetables in plain Tomato puree....the price of which will make you think ....."god how expensive these tomatoes can be????"...

Indigo's medittaranean fare is gooooood and so is its ambience but yes it burns quite a big hole in ur pockets[/QUOTE]


i have been told that Souk at the Taj is even better medit cuisine.
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people do try the Turkish salad and Chocolate chip cookie with Kashmiri kahwa at Cha Bar at Oxford Book Store near Churchgate

Strange combo but trust me it is niceeee.......

raring to try their jasmine tea and black grape ice tea
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i take it the cha bar is back in action again?
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yup cha bar is very much back in action.
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Hey ppl,

Did not come across this joint seems it has been overlooked.. for a quick bit around Kala Ghoda late at night one can try Ayubs rolls. both Veg & Non Veg Rolls (Bread wrapped between fillings of your choice and inions and chutney) One can choose between Paneer, Aaloo (Potato), Mushrooms, Chicken, Mutton (shrikh), Tiger prawns. It is decently priced even max 50Rs odd per roll. Open from 7pm to 1-2am at times later subject to stock & police !!

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Tiger prawns? Rs.50/-???????
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Tiger Prawns Roll is 75/- rest all below and approx 50 Rs.

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Even Rs.75 is really unbelievable.....
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well its prolly like one prawn

i am planning on hitting Bhagatchand Tarachand tonight.
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Now I think I must try Bhagatchand & Tarachnd's joint. I wonder why no foodie friend of mine from Mumbai had ever suggested this place to me. May be knowing my preference for non-veg.
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Originally Posted by jyotirmoy Now I think I must try Bhagatchand & Tarachnd's joint. I wonder why no foodie friend of mine from Mumbai had ever suggested this place to me. May be knowing my preference for non-veg.
dude, not going there is criminal negligence amounting to murder.
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well i went to bhagatchand t.... yest.

great meal.

but now im home with food poisoning.
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