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Carnivores, Go To These Eateries In Mumbai For Your Non-Veg Feast

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If you often find yourself thinking about food, and specifically craving something meaty and are averse to the thought of eating the greens, then you’d surely want to check out this list for places you can savour delicious non-vegetarian food.

For Pan Asian Cuisine: Shizusan, Lower Parel

Currently serving some of the best fuss-free South Asian food in Mumbai, Shizusan is a delight for non-vegetarians with their offerings like sashimi, nigiri and maki sushi, baos, dim sums, rice bowls, satays, Taiwanese miso milk bowls, Korean fried chicken wings, stir fried vegetables, and a whole lot more.

What To Eat: 17-ingredient Slaw, Peking Duck Bao, Edamame and Truffle Oil Dumpling

Check them out here.

North Indian & Indian Fusion Cuisine: Ticca Tikka, Andheri West

Ticca Tikka in Andheri West's got a wide menu of North Indian and fusion eats. They've got kebabs hot off the tandoor, hearty wraps, and flavourful curries that go well with a portion of steamed rice. We like the warm-lit ambiance and relaxed vibe here too.

What To Eat: Bunny Chow, the famous fast food of the Indian community in South Africa is making tongues wag in Mumbai too. Everyone is talking about it, and you should definitely head to Ticca Tikka to give it a try. The chicken tikka bunny chow is delightful.

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Malwani Cuisine: Pradeep Gomantak, Fort

Pradeep Gomantak Bhojanalaya at Fort is one of the only Malvani cuisine restaurants in the area that serves some lip-smacking seafood. A must-try if you’re working in and around Fort, and if you love seafood a lot, this might be worth a trip. The place is super basic, so it's more of an eat and go, great for a quick meal.

What To Eat: Fish Thali, Bombil Fry, Surmai Fry

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Mughlai Cuisine: Goila Butter Chicken, Andheri West

Really good butter chicken aka the staple dish of the Punjabis and the pride of Delhi is hard to come by in Mumbai. This was until Delhi boy Saransh Goila unleashed his deliciousness upon us. Goila Butter Chicken has made a special place in the hearts of Mumbaikars and we suggest you hit them up soon.

What To Eat: Butter Chicken, Butter Chicken Biryani

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Irani And Parsi Cuisine: Brittania & Co.

If you're a fan of Irani cuisine, there's few places more famous than Brittania & Co. Located in quaint Ballard Estate, this establishment serves up fragrant portions of their famous berry pulao - made with berries flown in from Iran, salli boti and mutton dhansak. Come by early on weekdays so you're sure to catch a table as its popular with office goers in the area as well as tourists.

What To Eat: Chicken/Mutton Berry Pulao, Salli Boti, Mutton Dhanshak

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Modern Indian Cuisine: Bombay Brasserie, Worli

Bombay Brasserie is an ideal dine-out place. The restaurant's menu draws from flavours from around the country, and offers a contemporary take on classic favourites. If you’re a biryani-lover, then you are going to love their Bohri Muslim specialty, Bombay Chicken Biryani. This yummy masaledaar chicken biryani with aloo slow-cooked with homemade garam masala, is not like your regular biryani. This delicious dish is sure going to satisfy your taste buds.

What To Eat: Bombay Chicken Biryani

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Pizza: Joey's, Andheri West And Malad

Joey’s Pizza is a name familiar to all Mumbaikars now thanks to their delicious pizzas. If you’ve been a loyal fan, you surely would’ve tried the Tornado pizza, a spicy pizzas combined with chicken keema and tikka. A must try for non-veg lovers. You could also try the Joey’s special pizza which also very popular.

What To Eat: Tornado Pizza, Meat Feast, Joey's Special

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German Cuisine: Mahlzeit, Bandra West

Mahlzeit,  is named after a Germanic greeting to wish one a happy meal. With different wurst sausages up for grabs, there’s something for everyone – even vegetarians. They have, on their menu, a bratwurst hot dog with delish caramelised onions and pickles, and a coilwurst made using pork sausage.

What To Eat: Bratwurst, Doner Kebab

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Bengali Cuisine: Calcutta Club, Andheri West

Calcutta Club serves up a delicious array of classic Bengali dishes. You must go here for the aloo posto, pabda fish, mutton jhol, and the variety of fish, meat and the mind-blowing kobiraji cutlets. In case you want to gorge on the Bengali staple, go for the luchi and cholar dal/ kosha mangsho combination.

What To Eat: Bhetki Fish Paturi, Fish Chop, Chicken Kausha

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