Casual Dining
Chembur
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Savour Some Authentic Sindhi Dishes In The Heart Of sion

What Makes It Awesome?

Duma Dum Mast Kalandar is a rustic yet a fairly traditional place. There’s certainly some nostalgia around it especially when you’ve grown up in a Sindhi family. A proud moment indeed! Two sections to start off with - the casual dining and the lounge on the upper level. While the ground section would surely give you the traditional feel whereas the lounge gives it a sweet modern touch. (not to forget the individual swing chairs being an eye catcher) The nostalgia experience included- Mocktails - Traditional Sindhi Cool Drink- having the first sip itself, it brought back memories of how our ancestors would serve this to every guest who came over. This rose Syrup mixture along with watermelon cubes won all hearts. Thadal - a sweet khuskhus drink blending well with the sprite. Fine slices lemons inside keep the zest going. Starters - Sindhi Tikki - a mixture of split chickpeas (Channa daal), potatoes that are pan-fried along with the traditional Indian spices could be seen oozing. Just yumm! Mushroom Mustard Tandoori - Really soft mushrooms along with the mustard sauce- totally gives it a smokey touch. Personally felt goes well with the spicy chutney served. Aloo Tuk/Arbi Tuk - Deep fried and you can surely feel the masalas (amchur, chilly, coriander) and the other herbs around the palate - totally mouthwatering. Mains - Singhi Je Gallen Ji Bhaji - Drumsticks when Typically grown have some leaves around and this is what the dish is typically about. And the fine spicy gravy into it would make you savour this one for sure. Ani Ji Bhaji - diamonds shape made of Besan (gram flour) that’s mixed and served in gravy. Must say - there some amazing job on the gravies. Totally loved it! Sindhi Masala Kulcha - mashed potatoes into the bread (goes perfectly well with both the dishes) Desserts - Singar Ji Mithai - a barfi that’s made with plain sev. Too yum! Rabri Falooda - you’d normally see the falooda noodles really fat and thick at some places, but this one served here in the falooda is too thin and just delicious. Overall it’s certainly a true feeling of tradition being kept alive. Even for people who are Sindhi cuisine fans should definitely head here The feel of this place and the traditional cuisine certainly makes its mark in the heart of the city. And of course - A big ups to Pintu for his smiley and courteous service on our table. Like we say in Sindhi - Daddo Sutho!

How Much Did It Cost?

₹500 - ₹1,000

Best To Go With?

Big Group, Bae, Family, Kids

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Casual Dining

Duma Dum Mast Kalandar

Location Details
Chembur

Opp. Bezola Complex, Sion-Trombay Road, Chembur East, Mumbai

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Casual Dining