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Craving for Sindhi food? Here are 5 restaurants you can try in Mumbai


Here is a list of five Sindhi restaurants in Mumbai that serve mouth watering delicacies of the province

A feast at any Sindhi home is incomplete without Kadhi rice, Sai Bhaji and Dal Pakwan. And with several Sindhi homes speckled all over Mumbai, Sindhi food also became a prominent cuisine in the city. Though the number of Sindhi restaurants in Mumbai is not as much as their South Indian, Goan or Maharashtrian counterparts, yet the limited options decent enough to satisfy your craving for Sindhi cuisine. Here is a list of five such Sindhi food outlets in Mumbai that serve mouth-watering delicacies of the province.

1. Parathawala: This is one of the popular delivery joints in Khar that serve an array of delectable eat-out-of-the-box vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals. Apart from serving unique paranthas like Butter Chicken Parantha, Spicanch and Cheese Parantha and Chicken Sausage parantha, Parathawala also offers Sindhi food like Dal Pakwan and Sindhi Koki on the platter. Be it during breakfast, lunch or dinner, drop into Parathawala or place an order for a sumptuous Sindhi meal. The takeaway joint ensures that foodies in the city do not feel the pinch in their pocket.
Where: Next to Mohini Heights, 5th Road, Khar West, Mumbai, Khar, Mumbai

Mumbai food: 5 best places for Sindhi food in Mumbai

2. The Papad Co.: If trying out lip smacking Sindhi food in Mumbai is your motto, then head to The Papad Co. A plate of Dal Pakwan at this tiny eatery is strong enough to prove its dedication towards offering authentic and home style Sindhi food. The other offerings like Arbi Tuk, Aalo Tuk, Soya pattice, Dal moong and koki, Sindhi bhatt, Sindhi chole and Kutti are equally authentic and delectable. Non-vegetarians can even try Sindhi style mutton curry, Mutton Kheema pattice pav or Sindhi style boneless chicken to get a feel of the community’s meaty affair. For more heavenly experience, order a plate mixed pakodas and Sindhi papads. It is a small setting, so you can also opt for a takeaway.
Where: Shop 8, Sunrise Shopping Center, Opposite Hyde Park, Manpada, Thane West

Mumbai food: 5 best places for Sindhi food in Mumbai
Chicken Seyal

3. Sindhful: To give your taste bud a twist, drop into Sindhful at Khar. It is few of those restaurants in western suburbs that brought a change in the area’s culinary scenario. As the name suggests, it offers native cuisine of the Sindhis at a pocket-friendly rate. Koki with Chole and boondi raita, Dal Pakwan, Arbi Tuk, Sindhi Curry Chawal, Macroni aalo, Kheema pattice with pav and chutney should be in your list of what to order from Sindhful.
Where: Haji Mansion, 5th Road, Khar West, Khar, Mumbai

Mumbai food: 5 best places for Sindhi food in Mumbai
Sindhi Curry Chawal with Aloo Tuk

4. Vig: Want to take a break from pubs and South Indian eateries in Chembur? Then, Vig will come to your rescue! This is neither a cafe nor a proper restaurant, but a small non-AC eatery that serves soulful Sindhi food. Out of their long list of Sindhi delicacies, some of the must-haves include Ragda pattice, Chole pattice, Chole bhature and Dal pakwan. Also, if you are in Vig, do not miss the lassi. In short, Vig offers quick service, reasonable rate and authentic meals under one roof.
Where: CG Road, Chembur Camp, Chembur East, Chembur, Mumbai

5. Kailash Parbat: With several branches across Mumbai, Kailash Parbat has been a vegetarian’s favourite in the city. Apart from their South Indian and desi-Chinese offerings, the restaurant also tops the list of best Sindhi restaurants in the city. Samosa chat, Seyal chawal, Sai Bhaji, Sindhi curry and Moongan ji makhani dal are some of the Sindhi delicacies at Kailash Parbat that will transport you back to the Sindhi province.
Where: Bandra (W), Vile Parle (W), Lokhandwala, Borivli (W)

So, your day in Mumbai may not always start with vada pav and cutting chai, thanks to these Sindhi restaurants that are serving the fares of the Northern province for quite some time now. Drop in, give a twist to your taste buds and thank us later.

Source: Mid-Day

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