Cheese Bowl Pasta, Duck Dosa & More: 5 Dishes Every Foodie Should Try This Week

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    Articles recommending specific dishes have always been more helpful to me rather than those recommending restaurants. I, like million other people, have a very hard time picking out what to order at an eatery.

    If you are in the same boat, here are 5 must-have dishes that you should definitely try out this week. Start checking these off your list and let the food crawl begin.

    Pasta Cooked In A Cheese Bowl At Gustoso – For The Cheese Lovers

    Gustoso

    Kemps Corner, Mumbai

    If ‘cheese’ features on your perfect meal list, then you have to go to Gustoso, an authentic Italian pizzeria (with outlets in both Kemps Corner and Khar) for a truly cheesy pasta tossed in a cheese wheel. A large full-size wheel of Grana Padana cheese is brought to the table. This is then lit up with brandy, and the cheese ultimately crumbles. At the centre of this cheesy wheel, a chunk of homemade tagliolini pasta is tossed and mixed around. Read more about it here.

    Price: INR 775

    Seekh Kebab & Paratha At Farid Seekh Kebab – For The Ones Low On Cash

    Farid Seekh Kebab in Behraum Baug has been serving only one dish for years and people flock in groups to devour the kebabs. Just for INR 60, you will get two seekh kebabs, a parantha and a plate of chutney with a side of onions and mint leaves. It is filling, tasty and if you’re worried about hygiene, take our word for it. Read more about it here.

    Price: INR 60

    The Midas Touch At Trench Restro Lounge By The Chocolate Room – For Dessert Lovers

    The Midas Touch is an unbelievably huge dessert. It is made with mousse cream, strawberries, little hearts cookies, freshly baked waffles, pure chocolate truffle, red velvet sponge, golden balls, chocolate truffle ball, caramel butterscotch ice cream, chocolate chips, vanilla sponge and brownie bits. To top it all, it’s garnished with a golden edible chocolate spoon so that you don’t leave anything behind. Read more about it here.

    Price: INR 999

    Duck Balchao Dosa At The Looney The Lover The Poet – For Experimental Foodies

    The very mention of duck dosa sounds kind of exciting. This restaurant in Khar called The Looney The Lover The Poet has a very invigorating menu with some quirky dishes you have never tried before. What stands out about this dosa is the balchao preparation, which is a Goan method of cooking meat in a spicy and tangy tomato-chilli sauce. Don’t forget to try it!

    Price: INR 395

    The Pizza Punch At Shreeji's The Fusion – For Chat Lovers

    Everything includes cheese at the Shreeji Stall in Mumbai. They combine Indian chaat with Italian toppings and cheese, like loads of it. Even though this is a roadside stall, the hygiene levels are top-notch and the food is oh-so-satisfying! Try their Pizza Punch (which is puris topped with pizza toppings and then torched) and you will keep going back for that. Read more about it here.

    Price: INR 90