Travel + Leisure - India & South Asia

Mumbai, INDIA

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Start with street dosas, chaat, fresh juices, and dabeli at the 1960s business district of Nariman Point. The Goan sausage at

New Martin Hotel in Colaba is a favourite among locals. So is the humble SouthIndia­n fare at Cafe Madras in Matunga. The sandwiches at 40-year-old Sai Ganesh Sandwich Stall outside St Xaviers College are bucket-list material. For a taste of the city’s Parsi heritage, head to Britannia

& Co. Ankur restaurant in Fort is famous for its mild, home-style cooking from the coastal city of Mangaluru. The nalli nihari at Noor Mohammedi on Mohammad Ali Road near Chor Bazaar is a fast seller! maharashtr­atourism.gov.in

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