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The rum-soaked gulab jamun in the shape of a donut is all what you want to finish your meal with at The Bombay Canteen!
What Is It?
Bombay Canteen in Kamala Mills compound has a vast and interesting selection of desserts. Our pick here being Gulab Nut. Gulab Nut is Bombay Canteen’s take on our traditional Gulab Jamun & it’s alcoholic! “Kyuki haan! haan! Main alcoholic hu!
Boozy Gulab Nut is a take on baba au rhum. It is a small yeast cake saturated in syrup made with hard liquor, usually rum. This super interesting version of our Gulab Jamun is almost 5 times the size of normal gulab jamun and is a – donut-shaped gulab jamun fried in ghee and then soaked in Old Monk, giving it a sweet rum flavour. Served with pista cream, we all love when the Gulab Nut kicks it in the end.
About Bombay Canteen
Bombay Canteen in Kamala Mills is an India inspired cafe that serves Modern Indian cuisine and has a wide range of spirits to sip on as you enjoy your meal. The decor here is a lot like the old Bambaiya structures, building and hospitals. It has stained glass windows and mosaic flooring that gives a very rustic charm.
Their desi food with a twist is quite the hype because it’s totally Indian and celebrates the city of Mumbai which is a shelter for a number of diversities of the country.
When here, you can also try out their Coffee Rasgulla.
This is another Indian favourite dessert that been given a creative touch. As the name suggests it has a hint of coffee in it. Soft and juicy ‘Chena’ Rasgullas are dipped in expresso which is then served with caramel ice cream and chikki made of peanut.
Where: Kamala Mills, Lower Parel, Mumbai
When: 12 Noon to 1 AM
Cost of gulab nut: ₹300
How Much: ₹2,000 for two people (approx.) with alcohol
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