There's no time for trial and error: go straight for the best with our pick of the best paces to eat at in Mumbai. From Mangalorean seafood to Japanese and everything in between.
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The fully organic farm grows crops like maize, paddy, millet, potatoes, ginger, turmeric and sweet potatoes besides seasonal vegetables such as cauliflower, cabbage, peas and tomatoes, most of which find their way into the homestay’s kitchen and your plate. The orchard bursts with an array of fruits like avocado, orange, pear, apricot, cherry, mango and banana and guests enjoy healthy, wholesome homemade fare cooked on a traditional wood-burning hearth.
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One of Delhi's most overwhelming experiences. The music, the passion of the mehfil and the all-pervading aromas of incense and flowers will make you feel like you’re part of something that’s existed for centuries before you and will continue to exist long after you’ve ceased to.
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In a city that has lent its name to iconic dishes, from kulchas to fish tikkas, and where scores of establishments do great imitations of the originals, deciding what to try and finding the best places to do so could be overwhelming. So, we’ve done the homework and rounded up with a list that’ll tide you through the day or several. Take your pick.
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