Satiate Your Dessert Cravings With Sweet Treats From This Street

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What Makes It Awesome

Being one of the busiest streets of Mumbai during Ramadan, Mohammad Ali Road offers a wide variety of delightful food for the non-vegetarian lovers but vegetarians need not be disappointed because they have something to offer for them too.

I wanted to visit this place since long but finally made it this year. Being a vegetarian myself, I planned to try all the sweet offerings on the street. There are vendors screaming and howling as they compete to sell their servings.

Our first stop was at a shop right opposite Bade Miyas. They were selling mawa jalebis and mawa gulab jamun. Their mawa jalebis are black and may not look appealing to the eyes but taste delicious.

Our next stop was at a place little away from the crowd that served Paratha and Halwa. The parathas are massive, deep fried and Halwa is made of rawa. The third dessert we tried was Sandhan. They resemble steamed idlis made of rice. This dessert was served with coconut milk on top. Next, we waded our way through the street to stop at a store where Malpuas {as big as a medium-sized pizza} were sold. The malpuas are fried, dipped in sugar syrup and served with rabdi will tantalize your taste buds.

The last stop was at Usman Suleman Mithailwala where we tasted their famous phirni. This shop offers many flavours like black currant, mango, strawberry and the classic plain phirni. We decided to try mango Phirni and it was quite flavourful.

In case you want to indulge in some finger-licking Indian desserts then this place is a must go.

How Much Did It Cost?

INR 500 - INR 1000

Best To Go With?

Big Group