Ramzan food Mumbai: Ramadan or Ramzan is considered to be a holy month in Islam. Mumbai is the city of festivals where every festival is celebrated with joy and pierce. As this month is that time of the year when Mumbai will host a display of different culinary skills since the holy month of Ramadan, a festival celebrated by Muslims has begun.
Ramadan is a time of spiritual reflection, improvement and increased devotion and worship. The fast (sawm) begins at dawn and ends at sunset. At sunset, families hasten for the fast-breaking meal known as iftar. Dates are usually the first food to break the fast. After breaking fast their are many Special foods they can have
Here are 7 Must visit places for delicious food in Mumbai during this Ramadan or Ramzan (Ramzan food Mumbai)
1 Surti Barah Handi
This is one place that you must visit during the holy month of Ramadan. The special Barah Handi’s paya is a dish that will delight to taste your buds. The name was coined from their concept of making different food items in 12 different Handis (pots).
Where: Crawford Market
2 Mohammad Ali Road
During the month of Ramadan, Mohammad Ali Road transforms into a huge sea of shops and stalls that offer wide range of food items that suits every budget. If you are somewhere in South Mumbai, and desperately hungry for some great Islamic cuisine then Mohammad Ali Road is perfect during Ramadan. You will find some great food near the Minara Masjid that pulls huge crowd. You can find tons of food items like chicken tikkas, shawarmas, and tandoori chicken here. Enjoy the Nalli Nihari at Chinese N Grill that opens only after 8:30 in the evening.
3 JJ Jalebi
Another favorite spot for people with a sweet tooth, JJ Jalebi is one of the most famous joints for delicious variety of sweets. And you know what to try, jalebis of course!
4 Bhendi Bazaar
Bhendi Bazaar comes to life during the evenings of Ramadan month and it is here that you can find some great food stalls that can fill you up with some delicious cuisine. If you are in Bohri Mohalla look out for tawa gurda (chopped kidney sautéed with masala) and Delhi style chicken roll. Haji Tikkas should be your next destination for some khiri kebabs, kofta kebabs and Delhi Pulao.
5 Delhi Zaika
If you want to feast on mouth-watering food and still remain light on your pockets, the Delhi-Zaika is an ideal place for the same. This place specializes in Mughlai food. Good Ramadan food at pocket-friendly rates is what you get here.
Where: Grant Road
6 Nagdevi Street
While Mohammed Ali Road and Bohri Mohalla are packed with foodies and Muslim people who want to break their fast Nagdevi Street is comparatively less crowded and offer better food stop for people who want to enjoy their meals without cacophony of people and utensils. If you like haleem then you will find it here, so look for the stalls that serve payas and haleems. When you are done with food, head straight to Badri Sweet Mart that offers the best Malpuas that can beat the competition for sure.
Don’t let the name of this restaurant fool you. It s not a typical Chinese joint like the name suggests. You will be in for a sweet surprise if you look through the menu. This place has been a favorite to many foodies. You could probably try the Nalli Nihari with Sheermal which is the most demanded food in this joint.
Where:Mumbai CST Area
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