Top 10 Eatspots for Fasting Food

Listicle on fasting Shrawan food
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By Tara Bose Kapur

The holy month of Shravan, the fifth month of the year as per the Hindu calendar, is when devout Hindus turn vegetarian, many fast on Mondays and Saturdays. Lighter, less oily and spicy food, is generally eaten, but there is no compromise on taste and flavours. Sabudana (sago), potato, Rajgira (Amaranth) and Sinhghada (Indian water chestnut) are commonly used in preparing Shravan food.

Many restaurants in Mumbai offer Shravan delicacies. You don’t have to be fasting to enjoy these special “upvas” dishes, Go soon. Shravan’s set to come to an end in early September, but most of these restaurants serve Upwas food through the year

Soam, Babulnath Road, Chowpatty
Must eat here is the Farali Pattice, the melt-in-the-mouth, Gujarati delicacy made of potato, with a crisp coating.

Panshikar, Girgaum
Tuck into the Rajgira Puri Bhaaji or enjoy the Shengdana Usal with a variety of lentils, spices and peanuts. Also in Vile Parle (East) and Dadar

Prakash Shakahari Upahaar Kendra, Dadar (West)
Sabudana Vada and Sabudana Khichdi are the most popular

Mee Marathi, Vile Parle (East)
Go for the Sabudana Vada, it attracts crowds here

Trupti, Dadar West
Best for fasting Thalipeeth and Rajgira Puri

Jeevan, Vile Parle (East)
Known for its delicious potato toast and sweet kachori

Tambe Arogya Bhawan, Dadar (West)
Batata Chivda and Shengdana Misal are my personal favourites here

Ladu Samrat, Lalbaug, Parel
The Farali Masala Dosa here is a must-have. Stuffed with oiled peanuts, Aloo Bhaji and Sabudana Khichdi

Aaswad, Dadar West
Try out the Sabudana Puri and the Upwas Misal, they’re delicious

Diva Maharashtracha, Mahim
Don’t miss the Sabudana Vada, have it with sweetened curd… delicious

 

About Top 10 Eatspots for Fasting Food
It’s Shravan and here’s Tara Bose Kapur’s list of the Top 10 restaurants for Upwas or fasting meals and snacks

Posted on Aug 28, 2018

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