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BEST Mumbai Ramzan STREET Food Walk in Md Ali Road I Chote Kabab + Mutton Chop Nahari + Rabri Malpua

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Published on 01 May 2022 / In Kids

Every year during Ramzan, the lanes around Minara Masjid in Mohammed Ali Road come alive with mind boggling varieties of street food all set for Iftar. During this period it is clearly a haven for foodies. From haleem to kebab, phirni to malpua, fruit shake to chicken soup, you name it and Mohammed Ali Road has it. After two years of pandemic induced hiatus this place is once again a cynosure of gastronomic activities. In today's episode we have embarked on a flavour tour of this place. As we reached there, we found a sea of people all excited for the Iftari.

The first stall that we visited was a sharbat stall selling sharbat mix that is mixed with milk and consumed as a refreshing drink. Next we headed to Famous Restaurant where they were selling some fancy fried stuff like chutney kabab, chicken crispy, spinach pakoda etc.

Next we headed to a chicken shawarma stall which has evolved into a popular Iftari meal. Next we went to Salman bhai's shop to see the plethora of treats being sold there. Among chicken lollipop, sizzler, chicken roll etc, we got some chicken sizzlers for Iftari.

Then we went to Marhaba Fast Food Center. They too had a tempting range of fried stuffs mostly non veg treats. From there we went to Babu bhai's chana batata shop to get a serving each of chana batata and ragda.

Next was another cold beverage stall selling different kinds of shakes and juices. This was followed by a traditional rice cake called saandal. We got some packed for Iftari and headed to Noorani Milk Center to have iftar with the owner. Sharing the food amidst all the festive gaiety was a surreal feeling.

Next we headed to the legendary Bademiya shop to try their special chicken soup. The tender leg piece dunked in a peppery broth served as a perfect starter. From there we headed to Hindustan to try their baida mein cheh which is tiny mutton balls mixed omelette.

The following destination was Chinese n Grill. Contrary to it's name, the place is famous for an awesome nahari. On the recommendation of the owner we tried their mutton chop nahari. The meat was super tender and the gravy was highly flvaourful.

We followed it up with a soft and fluffy bhandoli prepared by a young hardworking lady called sherbano. This Gujarati sweet was quite a revelation. Then we tasted some balli malai from a local vendor and Hyderabadi style badami haleem.

The penultimate destination was Suleman Usman Mithai wala where we tried the Ramzan special malai khaja and phirni. Their luscious taste was a testimony of their fame. Finally we ended the tour with paan from Shabbir Ahmed paan shop.

About the host - Anubhav Sapra
Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisines primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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