Burbies! Here Are 10 Restaurants For Your Post Dandiya Hunger Pangs!

by Nainisha Mehta
Burbies! Here Are 10 Restaurants For Your Post Dandiya Hunger Pangs!

Malad, Kandivali and Borivali are the hubs for all things dandiya and garba for the next 9 days. Hundreds clad in colorful lehengas, kurtas and kedias will dance to the tunes of some very popular garba singers! Now, garba can be tiring. 4 hours of clapping and going round about the circle! Phew. There’s a very high possibility you’ll be left starving after all the dancing is over.

Let us help you! Here are 10 places from Malad, Kandivali and Borivali that may be able to satiate your hunger pangs!

1. Night Snackers

Aptly named ‘Night Snackers’, this joint is the answer to all your cravings post-midnight. After you’ve danced long enough, drop by this place which is open till 4.30 AM. Serving Chinese and Fast Food for vegetarians and non-vegetarians, the food at this Kandivali joint is YUM and the quantity sufficient! When we say Chinese, we aren’t talking about Dim Sums and Kimchi, but the good old’ red schezwan fried rice! Don’t worry, it’s not too greasy. They also deliver in Kandivali (W), Malad (W), and Borivali (W).

Night Snackers
Relieve Your Hunger Pangs at Night Snackers. Source: Night Snackers Facebook Page

Open Till: 4.30 AM
Approx. Cost: ₹500 for two people
Where: Renuka Nagar, Link Road, Near Jeevandeep Tower, Opposite Mahavir Nagar Petrol Pump, Kandivali West, Mumbai

2. Malad Khau Gali

Malad’s Khau Gali has been popular among mid-night snackers for quite some time. With offices and call-centres in the area, Mindspace is where one finds chai wallas and street food. Mumbai has a lot of Khau Galis, one trip to any of these and you’ll experience the best of Mumbai food. So, when your stomach’s craving for something to eat and you find yourself near Malad, Khau Gali is the obvious choice. From stalls serving dosas, chaat and bhurjis, you can get plenty options to choose from!

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Indian Street Food
Street Food at Malad’s Khau Galli. Source: indianstreetfood.co.in

Open Till: 2 AM
Where: Behind Infinity Mall, Mindspace, Malad

3. Dan’s Kitchen Delivery

If the dancing has taken a toll on you and you’d rather go home and eat than dine at a restaurant, call up Dan’s Kitchen Delivery. From salads and naan sliders to rolls, from kebabs and tikkas to sandwiches, from pasta and hummus to triple rice, from Pizzas to juicy burgers, Dan’s Delivery Kitchen will deliver Indian/Italian/Chinese cuisine to your doorstep till 2 AM. Whatever cuisine you pick, do not forget to call for the Oreo Shake and pancakes for dessert! The midnight kitchen is not only popular for its late night services, the food too is spot-on! If you live in Goregaon or Malad East, do give them a call.

Dans Kitchen
Paneer Chilly from Dan’s Kitchen Delivery. Source: Dan’s Kitchen Facebook Page

Open Till: 2 AM
Approx. Cost: ₹500 for two people
Where: 81/594, Om CHS, MHB Colony, Opposite Reliance Office, Near Oberoi Mall, Goregaon East, Mumbai, Malad East, Mumbai

4. MT64

Popular for its sheesha-bar, MT 64 in Malad is the go-to party place. With a rooftop, live music and a dance floor the place has gained popularity in the suburbs! You can unwind yourself post garba with a drink (if you’re okay with drinking during Navratri) or some hookah and chow down on some Chinese, North Indian, Italian, Lebanese or Mediterranean food. Sans the drinking and smoking, this serves as a great place to enjoy good food. They have live gigs too!

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Corn Spinach Appetizer
Corn Spinach Appetizer at MT64. Source: MT64 Facebook Page

Open Till: 3 AM
Approx. Cost: ₹1,500 for two people with alcohol
Where: OPP Vinay Industrial Estate, Link Road, Near Cloudnine Hospital, Malad West, Mumbai

5. Food Jar

Blue interiors, white fences, dangling pots, and twinkling lights – the new midnight spot on Malad Link road is hard to miss. The interiors are right out of Pinterest and the food is delicious! The chill vibe of the place is enough to refresh you from the singing and dancing. The European Café vibe surely calls out to you, but will elevate your happiness is that the place is open till 5 AM. Yes, till the wee hours of morning. Delivery and seating both. Isn’t that something? The diner serves chinese, north-Indian, biryani and thai in plenty of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. The ambience and menu don’t match, but who cares? Give a try to their Khulja-Sim-Sim Dish. It comes in Veg and Non-Veg (chicken/lamb/fish/prawns).

Also read: A New Food Truck Alternates Between Malad & Borivali And It’s Absolutely Yum!

Food Jar
The Adorable Vibe of Food Jar. Source: Food Jar Facebook Page

Open Till: 5 AM
Approx. Cost: ₹800 for two people
Where: 6-7, Ground Floor, Ganga Niwas, New Link Road, Chincholi Bundari, Malad West, Mumbai

6. Locals

After you’ve exited from the dandiya grounds and want something greasy and fulfilling, Locals is where you’ll find happiness. Serving burgers, fries and freakshakes, the Kandivali outlet is as good as the 4 Bungalows joint. They make some mean burgers. The Jaw Breaker is a crowd-favourite! Besides making humongous burgers, they also give a desi twist to the videshi dishes. How about some Makhani fries? And you definitely have to end you meal with the Epic Dinosaur Chocolate Milkshake.

Locals Eatery
The Juicy Burgers at Locals Eatery & More. Source: Locals Facebook Page

Open Till: 4 AM
Approx. Cost: ₹550 for two people
Where: Shop 3, Sai Sumit Building, Near Pancholia School, Opposite Pancheel Heights, Mahavir Nagar, Kandivali West, Mumbai

7. Bhagwati

Mumbai loves its Pav Bhaji! And honestly, after a tiring day, there’s nothing more than a Pav Bhaji that you can find comforting and filling. The place serves Chinese, South Indian and Fast Food too, but has been known for its Pav Bhaji since years and is a popular mid-night joint among the residents. Look for a midnight grub in Kandivali and Bhagwati is the first to pop up.

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street food pav bhaji
Buttery Pavs and Spicy Bhaji. (Image Used For Representation)

Open Till: 1.30 AM
Approx. Cost: ₹500 for two people
Where: 6, Laxmi Chand CHS, Irani Wadi, Opposite Vanja Wadi , Mathuradas Road, Kandivali West, Mumbai

8. Raju’s Kitchen

Fried noodles with schezwan sauce, triple rice and paneer chilly sound tempting not only after a hard night of drinking, but dancing too! When Chinese food calls, you call Raju’s. Raju’s serves North Indian and Chinese and is open for seating and delivery till 3.30 AM.

Raju's Kitchen
Eat Chinese at Raju’s Kitchen in Borivali. Source: Justdial

Open Till: 3.30 AM (Weekdays), 4 AM (Weekends)
Approx. Cost: ₹900 for two people.
Where: MG Road, ST Depot, Borivali East, Mumbai

9. PizzAah District

Pizza is the answer to a whole bunch of questions! Too happy? Pizza. Too sad? Pizza. Tired? Pizza. Not Tired? Pizza. Basically Pizza suits every mood. And for your exhausted mood after a lot of ‘popat’ dancing, head to PizzAah District for wood-fired and smoke flavoured pizzas. This cute pizzeria is open till 3. 30 AM for seating as well as delivery.

Also read: Try Out The 6 Cheese Pizza At The Good Wife In BKC

Mediterranean Pizza
Mediterranean Pizza at PizzAah District. Source: PizzAah District Facebook Page

Open Till: 3.30 AM
Approx. Cost: ₹500 for two people
Where: #4, Sanghvi Premises Soc. Ltd, M. G. Road, near RNA complex & Hindustan Naka, Kandivali West, Mumbai

10. TNT – Taste ‘n’ Trip

The Lebanese and Mughlai food at TNT will definitely make you trip with its deliciousness. 8 varieties of hummus, Lebanese salads like tabouli and Dajaj Zatun, the shawarmas and kebabs all can gratify your hunger pangs. The restaurant is known for its Lebanese food, bit also serves Mughlai and Chinese and keeps its doors open till 4 AM.

Shawarmas at TnT. Source: TnT Facebook Page

Open Till: 4 AM
Approx. Cost: ₹1,000 for two people
Where: Shop B-11, Kamala Nagar, Chincholi Bunder Road, Malad West, Mumbai


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