Irresistible street food of Mumbai that commands attention.

“Food That Will Captivate Your Palate”

Nestled within this stretch, you can find two renowned Khau gullies famous for food – Minara Masjid and Bohri Mohalla. However, it is Minara Masjid that takes the crown as the more sought-after destination. As you meander through the bustling streets for food, keep an eye out for a towering white and green masjid that marks the entrance to a vibrant alleyway lined with impromptu food stalls offering an array of meats. The aroma of these food such as sizzling grills and tandoors fill the air, while waiters eagerly shout and entice potential customers. Rivalry runs high as people jostle for a spot at the food tables, with hopefuls hovering around settled patrons in hopes of snagging a coveted seat. Amidst the chaos, the entire lane is illuminated by a dazzling array of colorful lights, adding to the vivid atmosphere.


The mouthwatering cuisines:

The meat on display at this place is truly a sight to behold. From raw cuts to the sizzling cooked pieces, it is a feast for the eyes. The aroma of whole tandoori chickens hanging tantalizingly from hooks fills the air, successfully drawing in eager foodies. Even caged Quails make an appearance on the counters, awaiting their chance to become a succulent tandoori dish ordered by customers sitting across the table. The variety of tikkas on skewers, ranging from vibrant red to green, white, and yellow, adds a splash of color to the vibrant scene. Heaping portions of aromatic biryanis and rich, meaty haleem spill out of gigantic handis, ready to delight your taste buds. The skilled shopkeepers carefully tend to the mutton sheekh kebabs, expertly grilling them on hot coal, while the smaller beef kebabs are deep-fried to perfection and served between soft breads, accompanied by onions and refreshing mint chutney.

Nalli Nihari

Food for those who refuse to miss out on a delectable nalli nihari, this is the place to be. The dish is traditionally made with beef but can also be prepared with tender mutton upon request. We highly recommend pairing it with freshly baked tandoori roti, making it a perfect fusion of Chinese and Indian food flavors at Chinese & Grill.


Gleaming on the countertop are a range of succulent kebabs they expertly craft, among which our hearts were set on the tantalizing chicken seekh kebabs (a definite crowd-pleaser). If the bustling atmosphere proves too overwhelming, do not hesitate to explore other dining options, but be sure not to deprive yourself of the indulgent kebabs at Mohammad Ali Road.

White Biryani

You can’t help but exclaim “Mashallah!” when you take the first bite of the white biryani at Noor Mohammedi hotel. This delectable dish, made with a combination of curd and cashew paste, is a true work of culinary art. It’s the perfect way to wrap up your meal (at least the savory part of it). For a complete flavor experience, we recommend pairing it with their renowned shammi kebabs or the chicken Sanju baba. With a limited menu, it’s clear that the restaurant values quality over quantity. From their perfectly cooked chicken dishes to their one-of-a-kind chicken Sanju Baba, Noor Mohammedi Hotel is a must-visit for any lover of Indian cuisine. Trust us, you won’t regret it to try these delectable food.

Baida Roti

We had been hearing about Baida Roti everywhere, accustomed to its hyped-up reputation. However, upon trying it, we couldn’t help but notice its striking resemblance to a regular chicken roll. The only difference being its flattened structure and mutton filling. But to our surprise, one bite of this delectable combination of roti, omelet, and mutton, and we were completely blown away. The flavors seamlessly merged together, creating an extraordinary taste experience.

Heaven for Desserts


Indulge in the mouth-watering malpuas by Suleiman Usman Mithaiwala and experience a blissful moment. Don’t bother heading to the usual bakery, instead, visit the one next to the mosque for a truly authentic treat. These malpuas are freshly made and generously topped with rabdi on request. Each bite will transport you to a world of pure delight. Malpua is a popular dish during the holy month of Ramadan among Muslim families in India and Pakistan. Made with a mixture of maida, rawa, and khoya (milk solids), these pancakes are deep-fried to perfection. Some recipes even call for dipping the malpuas in sugar syrup for an extra burst of flavor. Treat yourself to this delectable dessert and let it take you on a flavorful journey.


No journey is truly fulfilled without a visit to this hidden gem. Located near Mohammad Ali Road in the bustling Bohri Mohalla, you will find the renowned Tawakkal Sweets. It is an absolute must-visit and their firni is simply divine – we highly recommend trying both the traditional and mango flavours. Not overly sweet, the texture, taste and presentation of their firni is immaculate. And for those with a love for all things sweet, rest assured there are plenty of other options on their menu to satisfy your cravings. Don’t forget to also indulge in the delectable phirni from Suleiman Usman Mithaiwala. This is one experience you do not want to miss.

Mawa Jalebi

Indulge in the delicious specialty of Madhya Pradesh, the Mawa Jalebi, served to perfection at this stall. Its excellent recipe has earned it a top spot among all jalebi vendors. This hidden gem is open from 4pm to midnight, and during Ramzan, the hours are extended until 3am. The size of the stall is small, comparable to a kiosk, and serves only takeaways. But don’t let its size fool you, the jalebis here are irresistible – juicy, generous in size, and served piping hot. Be prepared for parking challenges, but a short stroll down the lane behind Sulaiman Usman will lead you to this renowned stall, simply ask any local for directions.

Mango/Badam milk shake

After getting caught up in the hustle and bustle of Minara Masjid lane, why not treat yourself to a deliciously soothing mango and badam shake at Noorani Milk Center? Trust us, it’s the perfect way to recharge after navigating through the labyrinth of lanes at Mohammad Ali Road. All the Check out the YouTube link below for a plethora of pictures and detailed content.

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