The cuisine of Gujarat is a mixture of wholesome vegetables and protein. The dishes are distinctively sweet, sour and spicy which give you a lip smacking tinge of taste that will make you fall in love with this cuisine. With a variety of options to choose from, we bring the sort out restaurants in Mumbai, serving authentic Gujarati food.
Kansar Kathiyawadi Thali Restaurant
This is a place which serves authentic kathiyawadi dishes, which is a regional cuisine of Gujarat. To taste some delicious vegetable kadi, bajra roti and true Gujarati sweets, head over and indulge in a gastronomic experience. Apart from following Gujarati traditions in terms of food they also have Jain meal options. It is at Hotel Express Inn, Near Varsave Bridge, Thane-Ghodbunder Road, Post Mira, Mira Road. Cost for two around 500 INR approximately.
This place is visited by foodies in counts of multiple. Their vegetarian delight goes from a perfect thali to a variety of chaats and snacks for those who wish to grab a quick bite. Being located along the sea side, this place is a jewel for pure vegetarian diners. As it is usually crowded the service is a bit slow. It is at 1st Floor, Birla Kreeda Kendra, Girgaon Chowpatty. Cost for two around 600 INR approximately.
It has established a modern take on quintessential Indian cuisine, whilst maintaining the innate flavours and authenticity of the dish. Apart from their mouth watering Gujarati dishes, they maintain their special food service (dishes sans onion and garlic) during the Hindu holy period of shravan and other occasions of fasts as well. It is at ground floor, Sadguru Sadan, Opposite Babulnath Temple, Girgaon Chowpatty. Cost for two around 700 INR approximately.
Shree Laxmi Gujarati Thali
The speciality of this place is Gujarati thali. One can taste the aromatic and mouth-watering Gujarati gastronomy which comes out of their kitchen. They promise to bring the tang of delectableness in every bite you take. Apart from fine dining they also offer, tiffin and catering services for lavish occasions. Their restaurant is at Shirin Shopping Centre, 2nd Floor, McDonald, Near Railway Station, Andheri West. Cost for two around 400 INR approximately.
It may not appear too fancy but their platter consisting authentic Gujarati food is exceptionally mind blowing. Their one thali consists of 4-5 vegetables, 1 daal, kadhi, papad, phulkas, makai roti, daal kichadi, rice, dahi wada, chaas, custard, makai halwa, dhokla, cutlet, salad, daal baati, and all types of wordly chutneys! It is located at 1, Dharamputra, Pritam Estate, Dadar East. Cost for two around 500 INR approximately.
Another addition as we continue to explore some extraordinary Gujarati food. Some of their best options are Panki, Kadhi Samosa, and Biscuit Bhakri with Kanda Batata Sambhariya. It is at Eastern Court, Junction of Tejpal Road & Parleshwar Road, Vile Parle East. Cost for two around 800 INR approximately.
For those who wish to try authentic Gujarati food, but dine with luxury, head over to Tuskers. An apt ambience with perfectly trained staff completes this vegetarian dining bar. They do serve alcohol and have a good collection with an exclusive range of wines, rare single malts, as well as classic cocktails. It is at Sofitel Hotel, C 57, Bandra Kurla Complex. Cost for two around 3000 INR approximately.