Fan of thalis? Here are the best Indian thalis that you have to try –
1. Dara Singh Thali – Mumbai
The Mini Punjab Group in Mumbai presents the Dara Singh Thali and it takes 4-5 people to finish it. Calling all the mighty foodies to try the grand Dara Singh Thali at Mini Punjab Lakeside at Powai and Masaledaar By Mini Punjab at Thane. It isn’t for the weak-hearted because it is impossible for one person to finish it on their own! Served in veg and non-veg options, it has Aaloo Paratha, Chur Chur De Naan, Makki Di Roti, Murg Musallam Rice, Lamb Yogurt Curry, Chicken Amritsari, and lots more. The accompaniments include 4 types of beverages, 3 chaat options, 1 soup, pickle, chutney and 7 desserts. Overall more than 40 items are served in this thali. It is served in a giant steel thali and you will have to wait at least an hour for your thali to be served to you. Or you can simply call the restaurant before arriving so that your order is prepared before you arrive. PS. If you are up for the challenge, finish the Dara Singh Thali all alone and it’s completely free for you.
Powai: Mini Punjab Lakeside, Adishankaracharya Marg, JVLR, Near Panch Kutir Bus Stop, Powai, Mumbai -400076
Thane: Masaledaar By Mini Punjab, 1st Floor, The Thane Club, Mohan Koppikar Road, Teen Hath Naka, Opposite Raheja Garden, Thane – 400601
Phone:096999 58688 (Powai), 076665 58688 (Thane)
2. Baahubali Thali – Pune
House Of Paratha at JM road serves the grand Baahubali Thali and it takes 5-6 people to finish it. There are a few famous locations in Pune for unlimited eating, but nothing beats this thali served at House Of Paratha. The Baahubali movie might be a feast for your eyes on the screen, but the thali is even better. It has Devasena Paratha, Kattapa Biryani, Sivagami Shaahi Pakwan, Bhalladeva Patiala Lassi, and the giant Baahubali Paratha that tops the list. The accompaniments include 5 types of farsan and fried snacks, 5 varieties of sweet dish, a drink or shake, salad, pickles, chutney and topped with 3 types of ice cream. It is served in a giant steel thali and you will have to wait at least an hour for your thali to be served to you. Or you can simply call the restaurant before arriving so that your order is prepared before you arrive.
Phone: +91 7722071694, +91 7775977757
Approx cost: ₹1500 for Baahubali Thali
3. Continental Thali – Mumbai
Get loaded with pasta, garlic bread, chicken, French fries and more with the Continental Thali at The Bohemian Brew in Khar. Treat yourself to a brand new Thali in Mumbai city. The Bohemian Brew in Khar serves the Continental Thali and its absolutely delicious! You get plenty of options to choose from like opt for a risotto or a pasta.We went with a Spaghetti in basil pesto with chicken. Along with that, you get 4 options for mains and we went for the Lemon Coriander Chicken with mushroom brown sauce on top. You could also go for the fries or mashed potatoes.
Phone: 096996 79776
Approx cost: ₹1,200 for two people
4. Authentic Seafood Thali – Goa
If seafood is your thing, Goa serves some of the best seafood thalis. Head to Copperleaf in Porvorim to enjoy one of the best thalis in Goa. With a big chunk of fried fish along with fish curry, solkadi, rice and accompaniments, its the ultimate foodgasm!
Phone: 075582 98641
5. Malvani Thali – Mumbai
Phone: 022 2430 0231