10 Restaurants Where Fasting Turns To Feasting This Navratri!

    The auspicious Nine Day festival has begun all over India! From Garba in the West to Durga Puja in the East, Navratri is celebrated differently across the country. What remains constant is the Navratri feasting! Here are 10 Restaurants that bring you a special 9-day menu this festive season.

    1.  SodaBottleOpenerWala

    SodaBottleOpenerWala has curated a special vegetarian menu for everyone to get indulgent these 9 days. You can make your own three-course combo from picking a starter, a main course and a dessert or go à la carte from their vrat ka khana menu.


    Starters: Sabudana Papad, Kera Na Cutlets and Gwarfali Cutlet
    Main Course: Khattu Meethu Kaddu, Aloo Sabzi, Kuttu Atta Ouri, Vrat Ke Chawal
    Dessert: Sabudana Kheer, Vrat Ka Falooda

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    Navratra at SBOW

    Vrat Ka Khana at SodaBottleOpenerWala.

    Approx. Cost: ₹ 450 + taxes (per person)
    Where: 02, Ground Floor, The Capital Building, G Block Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051
    When: 21st September to 29th September, 12 PM onwards.

    2. Jeon, Sea Princess

    Celebrate Navratri by relishing in the authentic tastes of Gujarat and Rajasthan with Maharaj Joshi as he treats you with a mid-night Thali every night for the next nine days. The mid-night Thali will definitely be the answer to your hunger pangs post all the Garba dancing! So, head to Sea Princess and savour the traditional flavours served to you in a thali!


    The palatable curated by Maharaj Joshi will include items like Bhavnagri Kachori, Aloo karari Tikki, Moong Daal Chuti and desserts like Doodh Pak, Shahi, Jamun, Doodhi Halwa, Dry fruit Sheera and more!

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    Jeon, Sea Princess. Source: Justdial.com


    Approx. Cost: 999 + taxes

    Where: Hotel Sea Princess, Juhu Tara Road, Juhu Beach, MUMBAI 400049
    When: 21st September to 29th September, 11PM to 1 AM

    3. Peshwa Pavilion, ITC Grand Maratha

    Nothing can beat a royal feast for this festive season! And Peshwa Pavilion is the best place to experience royalty and scrumptious food. Dine under a glass ceiling, surrounded by palm trees this Navratri season! The al fresco style fine-dining restaurant will be serving a special navratra vrat meal made from healthy ingredients prepared with utmost simplicity. Don’t let the minimalism fool you, the thali will be all things delish.


    Traditional food items like Paangam, Aloo Jeera, Kuttu Poori, Samak Ke Chawal, Badam Halwa and more.

    Al-Fresco Vibe at Peshwa Pavillion

    Al-Fresco Vibe at Peshwa Pavillion


    Approx. Cost: ₹ 1750 plus taxes

    Where: ITC Maratha, Sahar, Andheri (E), Mumbai 400099, Maharashtra
    When: 21st September to 29th September

    4. Pravas, Lower Parel

    The luxurious train, serving authentic Gujarati cuisine has become quite the talk of the town. It’s not exactly Palace on Wheels, but Pravas in Lower Parel is a quirky train compartment. The artsy décor and traditional upholstery, the charpoy seating and earthen pots will make you dive right into all the Navratri feels. To double up on the Gujarati quotient, this Navratri, Pravas will be serving a special nine-day menu. With no fixed menu, you can choose from the many delectable options on their a la carte Navratri menu.


    Appetizers: Kela Ni Tikki, Rajgira Sev Puri, Rajgira Ni Panki, Sabudana Wada, Kutti Na Dhokla, Singara Masala and more.

    Main Course: Doodhi Nu Shaak, Aloo Ni Chips Walu Shaak, Shakkaria Nu Shaak, Gajar Batata Nu Shaak, Samo Rice, Bhakri, Rajgira Puri and more.

    Also read: 5 Gujarati Thalis In Mumbai That Are A Must Try For All Vegetarians


    Traditional Gujarati Cuisine at Pravas. Source: Pravas Facebook Page


    Approx. Cost: ₹1,200 for two people
    Where: 4, Kamala Mills Compound, Lower Parel, Mumbai
    When: 21st September to 29th September, 12 Noon to 11:45 PM

    5. Masala Bay, Taj Lands End

    Masala Bay in Taj Lands End is where authentic Indian cuisine is crafted to perfection. Adapting the many varied cultures and traditional cooking styles, the food at Masala Bay is pure divine! And they’re bringing this craft to you with special Satvik delicacies this Navratri. The Maharaja Thali at Masala Bay will feature an array of traditional food some of which have been specially created by the chefs.


    The Maharaja Thaal will include varieties like Pedewali Lassi, Sabudana Wada, Vrat Ki Kadhi, Kacche Kele Aur Anjeer Ka Kofta, Singhare Ka Atta Ka Poori and Basundi.

    Masala Bay

    Masala Bay, Taj Lands End. Source: Taj Lands End Facebook Page

    Approx. Cost: ₹ 1800 per person
    Where: Taj Lands End, Bandstand Fort, BJ Road, Vidyavihar Society, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050
    When: 21st September to 29th September, Lunch & Dinner.

    6. Maharaja Bhog

    When one wants to enjoy a complete, home-style delicious Thaali, Maharaja Bhog is the first that comes to their mind. With unlimited servings of over 30 varieties of food, Maharaja Bhog is the go-to place for a scrumptious vegetarian Thaali. Serving Gujarati and Marwari cuisine, there’ no doubt that this iconic restaurant will serve a special Navratri menu too. The Upvas Thali is curated for everyone who wants to feast on their fast!


    Welcome Drink, Manga Mint Lassi, Fariyali Pattice, Sabudana Khichdi, Aloo Singdana Upwaswala Sabzi, Rajgira Puri, Elaichi Srikhand, Dry Fruits and more!

    Also read: 10 Restaurants In Mumbai That Ace At Regional Cuisine

    Maharaja Bhog

    Traditional Thali at Maharaja Bhog. Source: Finely Chopped.


    Approx. Cost: ₹850 for two

    Where: All outlets in Mumbai ( Lower Parel, Goregaon, Powai, Malad West, Juhu)

    When: 21st September to 29th September, Lunch & Dinner.

    7. Soma, Grand Hyatt

    If you’re looking at enjoying authentic food from North India you’ll most definitely find it at Soma. The Tandoor show kitchen is a stand-out feature of this restaurant, where guests can see the chefs prepare tandoori delicacies live. This fine-dining restaurant is bringing their love for authentic food to you this Navratri with a Satvik Navratri Thali curated by Chef Vinod Singh Rana and prepared in a separate vegetarian kitchen.


    Kuttu Ke Atte Ke Bhajjia to Aloo Sabudana Khichdi, Kachhe Kele Ki Subzi to Makhane Ki Kheer


    Traditional Ambiance at Soma. Source: hyatthotels.com



    Approx. Cost: ₹1100 all-inclusive per thali.

    Where: Grand Hyatt, Off Western Express Highway, Santacruz East, Mumbai

    When: 21st to 29th September, Dinner only.

    8. Rajdhani

    Khandani Rajdhani that has been preparing dishes from recipes passed down from generations. Their food reflects the cultures of Gujarat and Rajasthan and is made from the freshest ingredients. Sticking to their cultural roots, the Thaali place will be serving a Vrat Thaali for the nine-garba days!

    Also read: 5 Gujarati Thalis In Mumbai That Are A Must Try For All Vegetarians


    Sumptuous Meal at Rajdhani. Source: whatsuplife.in


    Approx. Cost: ₹950

    Where: All Outlets ( Ghatkopar, Thane, Kurla, Vashi)

    When: 21st September to 29th September.

    9. High Tide, The Resort

    Fast feasting with a view at High Tide! The Resort’s fine dining restaurant that gives you a panoramic view of the Arabian Sea is where you can indulge yourself in some traditional tastes. The no garlic, no onion Vrat menu has been curated by Chef Pawan Kumar with some new dishes on the menu.


    Sukha Aloo, Turai Patra, Bhindi Sambariya, Tindli Masala, Ker Sangria And Muthi Dholki Papadi


    Food at High Tide. Source: theresortmumbai.com


    Approx. Cost: ₹ 1299 per thali.

    Where: The Resort, Aksa Beach, Madh-Marve Road, Marve, Mumbai

    When: 21st September to 29th September, Dinner only.

    10. Weli Deli, Taj Wellington Mews

    Weli Deli’s informal ambience is perfect for European cuisine, but this Navratri the delicatessen is going Indian with some special servings from around the country. To give a twist to your fasting, Weli Deli will be bringing in food from the regions that they’re special in.


    Kachori from Nathdwara, Aloo Methi from Vaishno Devi, Amritsari Chole from Golden Temple, Red Pumpkin Poriyal from Meenakshi Temple.


    Weli Deli

    Weli Deli. Source: tajhotels.com


    Approx. Cost: ₹ 999 per thali.

    Where: Taj Wellington Mews, Lobby Floor, 33 Nathalal Parekh Marg, Colaba, Mumbai

    When: 21st September to 30th September, Lunch & Dinner


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