Mumbai: Top 5 Places to Enjoy Traditional Gujarati Thali

Mumbai: Top 5 Places to Enjoy Traditional Gujarati Thali

The vegetarian Gujarati thali is probably that perfect meal, which is quite time-honoured in Mumbai and, of course, in most cities of Gujarat.

It’s a mix of textures and tastes, carefully harmonised with constituents sweet and sour, salty and astringent to create the perfectly balanced meal. 

A carefully deliberated meal that includes a calibration of staples like lentils, pulses, rice, wheat, millet, barley and fortified with vegetables and then dairy, such as milk, curd and buttermilk. Farsaan served as an accompaniment.

Here's a list of places that serves best Traditional Gujarati Thali:

Shree Thaker Bhojanalay, Kalbadevi

A visit to Shree Thaker Bhojanalay will include some generous servings of farsans, vegetables, dals, chutneys, dhoklas, khichdi, bhakris, kadhi and a lot more in your plate.

Chetana, Kala Ghoda

Started in 1946 only as a sandwich/coffee corner, Chetana now specializes only in thalis, which includes a classic mix of Maharashtrian, Rajasthani and Gujarati cuisine.

Friends Union Joshi Club, Kalbadevi

It is One of the oldest restaurants in Mumbai, and here you will be welcomed with a home-style cooked thali for a very affordable price.

Kansar, Borivali

People seem to really love Kansar and their thalis seem to be the talk of the town. With so much food on your plate, your only job is to sit and eat your way through the vast spread of dishes.

Chullas Gujarati Thali, Kandivali

At Chullas, you can get a taste of authentic Gujarati cuisine without having to physically make your way to the state. And if you’re a fan of  theplas, they serve and sell it by the kilo as well.

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