Most Wanted Vegetarian Sindhi Thali in Mumbai.


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Juss by Sindhful located at bylanes of khar,just 5 mins away from station this restaurant serves pure veg sindhi food ,as you enter you spot
some golden thalis on walls and sindhi quotes written on them, and a huge wallpaint which looks good.

If you want some refreshing drinks you can go for
Rose sharbat
Pink guava cooler
Paan Milkshake
Tried all of these,served in small bottles tasted just wow.You can request them to use less of ice if you want to enjoy a better taste.

Pakwaan chat-crushed poori served in a bowl mixed with chana daal infused with coriander mint chutney.The crispiness was amazing and would highly recommend this one.

We had ordered a spl sindhi thali which was one of a kind and just @399 bucks(unlimited).
Steamed Rice
Bhuga Chawal
Aloo tuk
Daran ji Bhaji
Aloo Raswale
Sindhi Curry
Bhindi Basar
Boondi Raita
Sindhi Papad
Phulka & Poori
Sai Bhaji
Gulab jamun

While aloo raswale and bhindi basar were basics you may find daran ji bhaji and sai bhaji a little bit spicy.Aloo tuk was the best starter we had
and it was like a sindhi version of batata bhajji.Overall the thali was a perfect meal for us and would love to go back to have their lip-smacking
starters.Servers have a kind attitude and you get a quick service.I think this would be a loyal treat for vegetaraians who would love to experiment a sindhi cuisine,i am sure they’l love it.

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Mumbai’s best vada pav-Aram vada pav


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You are not a true Mumbaikar if you haven’t had Aram’s garma-garam vada pav just bang opp C.S.T. station.Started since 1939 the price for a normal vada pav is still 20 bucks which is easily affordable for a Mumbaikar.

Kaustubh Tambe is responsible for Aram’s vada pav success,he’s been quite busy handling this vintage place since too long,they also have a tiny restaurant just behind where they serve missal pav,sabudana wada and other such delicious snacks.The place is open from morning 8.30 till evening 8 and you may spot a non-stop rush at evenings.Vada pav being an epic oldest snack of Mumbai is ruling the commoners and local’s heart here.They also have options like kothimbir wadi,cheese vada pav,schezwan vada pav and many more.Here the vada pav is served with fried green chillies and red spicy garlic chutney which adds taste to this legendary Indian snack.

So,next time make sure whenever you visit C.S.T. never miss Aram vada pav here,if you won’t then you would be missing the best thing of Mumbai.





















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London taxi-is a huge place for a late night dine-in or a casual lunch/dinner,the place is 3-floored with a huge bar which is on the ground floor,

Cane sangria-sugarcane juice+ a lil bit of pineapple + ginger with white wine was an ultimate combination.

Bloody awesome- was just out of the world,as the name suggests it is really the best ever sangria you’ve ever had.

Sober sherlock is also a good option if you don’t like wine.

For starters we headed for veg bao-black buns filled with veggies and garlic sauce,a must try.

Greek croquettes were good,expected it to be more better.


IN PIC-Malbari Lamb Tacos

Malbari lamb tacos-I would give a 10/10 for this wonderful dish,lamb cooked in pot with spiced pickled vegetables is a sure thing to go for,highly recommended.

Salted dark choc and whiskey mousse was a treat,the mouse was slightly bitter but made with perfection.

Squash maple payasam icecream also was something new for us.

overall a good experience,had a great time.






  1. Koi Asian Dining is repeatedly getting awards for its cuisine + the best cocktails award since last three years where you can spot the talented mixologist Azhar who is already a pro.Coming to the ambiance this place looks heaven, as u enter you will spot a huge shinning bar with striking lamps,the other section had a huge wallpaint of Buddha which looked spectacular,the golden lights with red chairs and stonecarved face of Buddha between the tables just looked wow.IMG_20180922_144442
    There’s a spl bollywood vintage night where you can see ppl enjoying those 60’s and 70’s bollywood hits sung live by a singer,people sply come for this night and its worth, but we missed it this time.
    The outer section had a huge open space with some tables and garden plants.

    Started off with old fashioned + a white wine sangria which was classy.

    Smokin hot a chilli tofu-the presentation just killed it,tofu all over surrounded with chillies,the tofu tasted super soft,must say one of the best tofus in Goa.Highly recommended.

    Chicken sui mai dumplings-the chicken stuffed was juicy and the outer texture of dumpling looked fresh,tastewise amazing.
    Spinach and corn dumpling-in a rectangle shape was one of a kind,we had a spinach dumpling first time and trust me it had a crazy taste.Must try.

    Veg khow suey -this burmese dish at koi is we would say is one of the usp.Fried onions ,fried potatoes, fried curry leaves ,peanuts ,rice, noodles, chilli flakes, spring onions ,lemon slice , chopped green chillies with thai ginger garlic noodle bowl was a fab treat, the taste was super authentic and i would highly recommend you’l it if you are in Goa.Must try.

    Chicken nasi goreng was another great main course for meat lovers-the presentation nailed it, red rice placed in a circular manner with a fried egg garnished over it,the sauces used were apt and went well with the rice with veggies and chicken.

    Chocolate fondue-a small lava kind of a dessert accompanied with thier inhouse mango icecream was a showstopper, as you cut the outer layer you’ll see the melting chocolate coming out of it, it was super fresh and a must order thing here.Highly recommended.

    Peanut butter mouse-never heard before,so we gave it a shot and this mouse was just magical, accompanied with their inhouse coffee icecream. This one was way better than any other chocolate mouse you get at most of the places,but the way this peanut butter was made it was worth.Hats off to the chefs here for getting perfection done for all the dishes.


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