Starters

All entrees comes with a choice of one vegetarian side

CHICKEN FRANKIE
Mild chicken curry, red onion, cabbage, coriander, lemon juice, egg and rolled in a soft freshly made roti

This street food dish is unique to Mumbai and is very different from the kathi roll of Kolkata. You will find frankie stalls across the city including in movie theatres and college cafeterias.

Beef Kheema Pav
Medium spiced savoury ground beef garnished with chopped ginger, crispy onions, coriander, yoghurt sauce and served on two warm buttered griddled pav buns

This popular Mumbai dish is best enjoyed in the city’s legendary Irani cafés. Olympia and Good Luck Café are famous for its kheemas but foodies agree that the best kheema pav in Mumbai is at Grant House.

Salli Chicken Bowl
Spicy sweet and sour Parsi style chicken curry topped with crispy potato chip sticks and chopped coriander

Parsi chicken curry topped with crispy potato sticks. This is our answer to butter chicken. Parsis love potatoes and try to add it to every dish. The older part of Mumbai has the few remaining Parsi restaurants where you can try this.

Masala Haddock
Broiled east coast haddock filet, marinated in a fish masala topped with a kachumber of vine ripened tomatoes, cucumber, red onions and coriander

Seafood is very popular in Mumbai, which is a city by the sea. You will find, in Mumbai, families who have fish masalas that have been in their families for generations, perfected over time.

Potato Vada Pav (V)
Battered deep fried spicy seasoned mashed potato fritters, served on top of two warm buttered griddled pav buns with three chutneys.

This is Mumbai’s answer to New York’s hot dogs and London’s fish and chips. This delicious sandwich is the nourishing fuel for a city that doesn’t stop.

Mumbai Veggie Pav Bhaji (V)
Crushed sautéed mixed vegetables in a medium spice sauce served with two warm buttered griddled pav buns

A hearty, nourishing dish and a fun way to eat your vegetables. This is best enjoyed at street-side carts set up in traditional office areas set up during lunch hour.

The Bombay Sandwich (V)
Griddled sandwich filled with thin slices of beets, boiled potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions, cheese and coriander chutney

You’ll often see a line-up at lunch time for this veggie delight, unique to the streets of Mumbai. Signature spices and chutneys convert a humble sandwich to a dish of epic proportions.

Eggplant Bhaaji Pav (V)
Two crispy eggplant fritters served on top of two warm buttered griddled pav buns with chutney and a kachumber of vine ripened tomatoes, cucumber, red onions and coriander

Bhaaji pav is a popular street food dish and something to look for in vada pav stalls.

Anda Bhurji with Kheema
Spicy scrambled eggs served with medium spiced savoury ground beef garnished with chopped ginger, crispy onions, coriander, yoghurt sauce and served on two warm buttered griddled pav buns

This tasty dish, one of Mumbai’s most famous and fast selling foods, is commonly found at street corners and stalls. You will often find cars lined up late at night to eat anda bhurji as a cheap and cheerful post-clubbing snack.

The Veggie Platter (Vegan & Gluten Free)
Seasonal veggie curry served with lentils and basmati rice and grilled roti

With the world waking up to the delights of vegetarian dishes, try this dish! It’s found in most Mumbai homes where the lady of the house goes to colourful local markets to buy vegetables.

Vegetarian Sides

The BSF Mixed Salad
Seasonal greens and vegetables tossed in our signature coconut lime dressing.

Our colourful salad is full of vitamins and antioxidants. Tender coconut is a must have on Juhu beach, one of Mumbai’s iconic spots.

Gunpowder Fries
Crispy home-style fries tossed with unique spices and coconut chutney

Gunpowder spice is popular with the South Indian community of Mumbai. You will find many South Indian vegetarian restaurants in Matunga, Mumbai.

Daal Chawal Rice
Fragrant basmati rice topped with aromatic red lentil stew

Every Indian community has their version of daal chawal. The Maharashtrians of Mumbai call it vadan bhaat toop and add ghee to it. Dadar in Mumbai is a good place to search for Maharshtrian vegetarian places.