“Rocky and Mayur have ventured out to explore food from all parts of India and curate videos on Askme.com I'm contributing my part by relishing my favorite dishes at Girgaon Katta and sharing my views with you all!”
Today when you visit any restaurant; you can find variety of cuisines, ranging from North Indian, South Indian, Chinese, continental etc. But you seldom get that ghar-ka-khana (homemade food) taste and feeling. But now-a-days that scenario is changing.
I had heard about this place in Borivali (west) since long, but never got to taste their delicacies. Situated at 5 min walk from Borivali station on a bustling Chandvarkar road you must visit this place if you long to taste some authentic, Maharashtrian specialty.
Be it their thali or kothimbir and methi vadi, or thalipeeth or missal pav you can please your palate to no end. Their cool drinks, piyush and aam panna is also a must taste to polish of the food one eats.
Their thalis offer you complete meal consisting of soft chapatis, 2 types of veggies, dal, rice, curd, buttermilk with fried pappad and pickle. The taste is simple, not too spicy and reminds you of food cooked by your mom. Their special thali includes all of above with an additional subji, 1 sweet dish and veg-pulav instead of plain rice.
Their kothimbir vadis, missal pav, thalipeeth all bring out the typical taste which makes you feel that you are eating at your home and not at some eatery.
Also the sweets and savory item too are worth a try. Be it bhajni chakkli or pedas or puranpolis; their taste linger on your palate which makes you go back to this place again and again.
Also during Sankasthi (a day when many Maharashtrian people observe fast) they have special menus for people on fast. Also they make Ukadi che modak (steamed dumplings with sweet coconut filling) on orders.
So if you are tired of eating the same hotel taste of masalas and gravies and oil, give Girgaon Katta a try. You will not regret.