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Calling out to all #foodie to try our flavorful and mouth watering Bharli bhendi at Vishnuji Ki Rasoi, Thane. Post your photos on #Facebook after visiting us with #VishnujiThane and your photo just might get featured here on our page
Are you a #foodie? If so, we would love to invite you over at Vishnuji Ki Rasoi Thane to experience our unique live kitchen and authentic #Maharashtrian and #Punjabi cuisine. For reservation please call us at 9920920000
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A special invite to all #Foodie and #FoodLover 🤗...Come to Vishnuji Ki Rasoi Thane and experience our unique live kitchen concept and #spicy #Maharashtrian and flavourful #Punjabi #thali. Call 9920920000 for reservation now.
Most #Foodies would say, "Keep your friends close and your #snacks closer". If you feel the same, then plan a visit to Vishnuji Ki Rasoi Thane with your friends and enjoy some delicious snacks with our #unlimited #Thali #buffet. For reservations, call 9920920000
Are you a #foodie? If so, we would love to invite you over at Vishnuji Ki Rasoi Thaneto experience our unique live kitchen and authentic #Maharashtrian and #Punjabi cuisine. For reservation please call us on 9920920000
Food Mumbai Craves When it rains The onset of the monsoons brings a relief from the humid, heat wave of Mumbai. The rains are welcomed with open arms and a food craving that is unique to every individual. These food items are a part and parcel of monsoon just as the ripeness of mangoes, a tamarind treat, a chatpatta Kairi panna, or a chilly cup of ice cream in the summers. Vishnuji Ki Rasoi knows exactly what you feel like devouring when it rains. Here, we list five monsoon food items which are enjoyable at anytime, anywhere! 1. Samosas We can spice up and give a break to the gloominess of the drizzles with the wide variety of samosas to select from. Gone are the times when only potato samosas were available at roadside joints. Now, there is a wide selection from paneer samosas to veggie samosas. When teamed with sweet and tangy chutneys and chillies, Samosas blend perfectly well with the drops of water pouring outside. 2. Onion Pakoras/ Kanda Bhaji These kinds of bhajiyas are categorised as an easy snack of crispy fried onion rings with the tinkling of waters outdoors. It is prepared and served hot with tea, coffee or combined with dips to add flavour to Kanda bhajiyas. The warmth of pakoras results in counting them as being the top favourites of the foodies here. 3. Kadak Masala Chai The heavy splashes of rains chills us out, the same goes with a round of hot, steaming Masala Chai. Every cup has a secret - added flavour in every drop, different serving technique, even different serving utensils such as cups, kullads, pyaalaa (bowls) or even drinking out of a saucers. Out it all together, and you will find that some of our finest memories are associated with a cup of masala chai and ‘tip, tip, tip, tip baarish’. 4. Jalebi The downpours develop a craving for spicy foods but also lead us into temptations for warm and mouth- watering thin jalebis. A lot of people combine jalebi with chilled dahi (yoghurt) to create a sweet and sour, hot and cold double impact! Another way is teaming it with rabdi which add to its sweetness and its juicy texture. Many people gel it well with spicy eatables which compliment it as a contrast to the other aromas, flavours and tastes. What a perfect, drool-worthy companion during Mumbai rains! 5. Chaat The final entrée on this list are the unforgettable chaats like paani puri, bhel puri, and sev puri. These chaats are really amazing for their tangy taste mixed with a sweet taste of chutney and, to top it all, assorted teekhi chutneys and crispy farsaan. Each topping can be adjusted as per your liking. Adding to the flavour of the puris are potatoes and chickpea ragada garnished with onions and coriander leaves. Chaats are definitely a hot favourite among the foodies of Mumbai when it rains. Vishnuji knows that food and rains go hand in hand. Which is why we offer all these delectable monsoon feasts in the comfort of our dhaba themed restaurant. So when Mumbai craves masala chai, chaat, samosas, pakoras or jalebis – head on down to Vishnuji Ki Rasoi at Thane, and we will make sure you go home satiated!
The Anytime – Anywhere Mouthwatering Sweets of Mumbai Let’s face it – Indian sweets are special! Whether you have a sweet tooth or not, there are bound to be certain Indian ‘mithai’ or traditional sweets that hold a soft corner in your heart. Mumbaikars love sweets too. Some sweet dishes are especially made for specific festivals such as Diwali, Ganpati, Eid, Dusshera, or Christmas. And that is the charm of India – we have so many festivals that bond us and as many sweets to devour! However, in Mumbai, you will notice that there are certain sweets that have become a near staple for the city’s residents. These ‘anytime-anywhere’ Indian sweets can be found at roadside stalls, budget restaurants and even 5 star hotels. The many sweet shops of Mumbai are well known with specific names holding fame for being, let’s say, jalebiwalaas, rasmalai-walaas, Bombay halwa specialists, and mithaiwalaas. And then there are some sweets like the Malpua that are bound to the culture of ‘Old Bombay’. Vishnuji Ki Rasoi brings you a list of 5 such delectable, mouthwatering treats that Mumbai is crazy for! 1. Jalebi Crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside – these coils of sweetened flour soaked in and dripping with sheera (thick sugar syrup) are a hot favourite amongst sweet lovers across Mumbai. Served hot from the frying pan or kadhai, the jalebi is traditionally yellow, orange or the natural brown in colour. Add a dash of ‘mawa’ to the flour base, and you get the rich mawa jalebi. People team the hot sweet with ice cream, yoghurt, rabdi or have it just as it is. Jalebis may be ‘teDa’ but they are definitely a sweet love! 2. Gulab Jamun Soft round balls of flour fried delicately and immersed in sheera, the gulab jamun is a regular feature as desert on thaalis (plate meals). However, Mumbaikars often venture out specifically to have gulab jamun as an anytime snack. While most restaurants serve the simple variety of the sweet, the authentic flavor is replete with saffron, cardamom, and often topped with dry fruits and silver foil. This ‘melt in your mouth’ Indian sweet has definitely won the heart of Mumbai! 3. Malpua Not as commonly available as the jalebi or gulaab jamun, Maplua shares a close bond with the culture and traditions of old Bombay. A sweet Indian pancake which is deep fried, the malpua is often topped off with malai (fresh cream) or rabdi. However, lots of people like having the malpua plain. This not so common treat is a must have for anyone living in the city. 4. Gaajar ka halwa Gaajar ka halwa is perhaps a sweet that reminds most of us of home. Made from carrots, its recipe varies from household to household. Mothers and grandmothers have been making this lively orange delicacy for decades and children and adults still demand it when they crave something sweet. It is no wonder that this sweet can be found on the menu of most Indian restaurants. For an authentic gaajar halwa experience though, it needs to be prepared with high quality rich ingredients. And a lot of affection of course! 5. Doodhi ka halwa This sweet, like the malpua, is particularly popular in Mumbai and not as commonly found in other states of India. Made from grated doodhi (bottle gourd), the sweet is semi dry like gaajar ka halwa. It is a very subtle green in colour and boasts of fine ingredients such as mawa, dry fruits, saffron and natural flavourings. While Vishnuji Ki Rasoi features these famous sweets on its menu, we also know that there are several other sweets such as puran poli, that we make specially to mark the festivals of India. So keep a look out for our special sweet offerings. And if you crave the most popular sweets of Mumbai, head down to Visnuji Ki Rasoi at Ghodbandar Road, Thane, for an authentic taste and experience. #Thane #Foodie
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