You may not be able to play dandiya this Navratri but who said you cannot enjoy delicious Navratri meals? This nine-day festival of Navratri , it’s time you got your fix of authentic thali meals. The best part is, if you are too skeptical about going out, you can get all of them delivered at home. Here are all the Navratri Thalis that you cannot miss out in Mumbai.
Chaayos Navratri Thali will fill you up with 3 Kuttu Parathas, Aloo Ki Sabji, Paneer Ki Sabji, Paneer Pakoda, 3 Types Of Chutneys, Curd and Petha. Priced at ₹309, each component of the thali is packed in a container with a lid. The packaging is on-the-go friendly and comes with paper napkins and two disposable spoons. The portion size is good for one person. The Kuttu Parathas will melt in your mouth and you will love the tangy Aloo Ki Sabzi.
This thali will come to you well-packaged with no spillage or leakage. The curries are delicious but the highlight has to be the the Lauki Ke Kofte. The Kuttu Pooris are soft and the thali offers Gulab Jamun and Petha for dessert. You will also love the Makhana Kheer, which has a Rabri-type consistency. The thali is priced at ₹400 and its worth the value for its quantity and taste. Here are 6 Different Ways In Which Janmashtami Is Celebrated Across India
3. Khandani Rajdhani
Rajdhani has been preparing authentic dishes passed down from generations. Their food reflects the cultures of Gujarat and Rajasthan and they prepare it with the freshest ingredients. Sticking to their cultural roots, they are serving a Vrat Thaali for the nine days and it is delicious!
4. Punjab Grill
Get into the festive spirit while staying by savouring Punjab Grill’s menu for Navratri. The popular restaurant chain serves is famous for its Toasted Makhana Chaat with raisins and cucumber, Ramdana Crusted Paneer Roll and Chironji Ki Dal among other appetisers and mains. End your meal on a sweet note with Kesari Rasmalai or Doodhi Ka Halwa.
We have told you that SOAM is delivering delicious home-made food to your doorstep. Now SOAM is offering an array of delicious meals for those observing a fast. From Chaats, to South Indian dishes to even main course dishes and thalis, Soam has it all covered. It is also serving Falhari Chutneys to go with Faraali Vadas and Faraali Dosa. Here are 7 Best Destinations To Celebrate Indian Festivals In Full Revelry
6. Maharaja Bhog
If you are in mood for a complete home-style thali, you can either order or head to the Maharaja Bhog outlet in Mumbai. The restaurant has a host of delectable traditional Navratri dishes that are also high on nutrition. Gorge on delicacies such as Farali Pattice, Rajgira Puri, Sabudana Papad, Samak Pulao and more.
Who knew fasting could be turned into a complete feasting affair?