Ganesh Chaturthi euphoria is here, and it’s time to treat ourselves! Go get a giant modak from Prabhadevi restaurant, Modakam and make a feast of it.
Holy Moly! Have You Had The Giant Modak At This Prabhadevi Eatery?
What Is It?
Modakkam is a little restaurant that is close to Siddhivinayak Temple and as a result, you’ll mostly find it packed. Let’s start backwards with dessert to starter, just because of the namesake of the eatery. Most known for its ukdiche modak, Modakam has a large sized modak that is to be shared by two or more people, and is priced modestly at INR 32 each. Their aamras and aamras puri also come highly recommended.
Going here during the Ganpati season will really set the atmosphere for the puri bhaji, kothimbir vadi, puri bhaji, and more light snacks. Those on a diet can have their upwas food – be it sweet kachori, sbaudana wada, upwas misal and more.
P.S. There’s more than Maharashtrian food to Modakam, though the name might suggest otherwise. They do very basic Chinese and South Indian dishes as well.
So, We're Saying...
Head here while the sounds of festivity resound on the street and bite into a sweet modak while at Modakam. Ganpati bappa morya!