Attention Misal Pav lovers! Mumbai is hosting a two-day 'Misal Pav' festival

The two-day Misal Pav festival will take place at Vile Parle on December 9 & 10

Attention Misal Pav lovers! Mumbai is hosting a two-day 'Misal Pav' festival

Right after Vada Pav, one food item which Mumbaikars savour is Misal Pav. It is a very popular delicacy in Mumbai and stands up to its spicy flavour. It is made with matki or moth bean usal which is accompanied by boiled & diced potatoes, spiced with turmeric, chilies, ginger and mustard. Chivda or farsan is then added with a garnish of onions, tomatoes, coriander and a lemon wedge. And finally, it is served with pav.

And who wouldn't want to eat this tasty and spicy misal in winters? So there's a dedicated Misal festival coming up in December and you will get to enjoy the delicious 'Misalotsav' (Misal festival) at Vile Parle’s Lokmanya Seva Sangh’s Swantryaveer Savarkar open ground on December 9 & 10.


Misal in Mumbai is not the same if compared to Kolhapur, Nashik and Satara. Every city makes it in a different style and manner. And when it comes to Mumbai, people scout areas like Parel, Lalbaug, Naigaon, Dadar, Girgaon, Lower Parel to enjoy the delicacy. Thane’s Mamledar Misal is quite famous as well as Dombivali’s Mun Mun misal pav center.

But with an initiative of the Misal Festival, you will choose from a variety of 12 to 15 types misals made in Kolhpaur, Nashik and Puneri style under one roof. So, mark the date on your calendar and pamper your taste buds. 

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