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Wonder why its named Mumbai-28 ?

Mumbai as people call it “Land of Dreams”, a cosmopolitan city with diverse culture. People have migrated from all around the country to try their luck and with this brought all their delicious food culture which has made it a food hub of the country. This is the only city in India which is truly varied in its culture and food (though we have locals, Maharashtrians dominating certain areas). And hence in this city, the food from different regions of India as well as world cuisine is found. Apart from local Marathi favourites such as Vada Pav, Pav Bhaaji, Modak, Kombadi Vade, Bhajis etc. to world cuisines like French, British, Chinese, German , Japanese, Persian etc., you name it and you will find it here!!!

The childhood memories of visiting Prakash Hotel for Sabudana wada (spiced friend Tapioca balls), Kothimbir wadi (coriander squares), Misal (lentil curry with fried snacks) or Dattatreya for Kotimbir wadi. Having Raju`s Komabadi wade (chicken curry with fried bread), kaleji masala (spiced liver), Kolambi fry (prawns fry) to name a few. Ashok`s Vada pav (fried spiced mash potato with bread) is a legend for Dadar. In the huge city, Dadar is in the heart of Mumbai. The post code of Dadar is 400 028. Hence, Mumbai – 28.

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