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Must try food menu at Neehee's
tasty chutney vadapav

Chutney Vada Pav

Spiced potato dumpling, mashed between

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two buns.

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tangy pany puri

Pani Puri

It is a hollow, round crusty shell called puri; to which you add…

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the potato and black chickpea mix, tamarind chutney, and the spicy coriander-mint water. You put the whole puri in your mouth and there will be a burst of sweet, spicy, minty, and tangy flavors. An unbelievable experience of a multitude of flavors all at once.

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Famous Punjabi dish - Chole bhature

Chole Bhature

Originated in Northern India, Punjab. It used to be a heavy breakfast…

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dish but is now eaten at any time for any meal. It is a combination of a spicy chickpea curry accompanied with Bhature (fried all-purpose flour bread). There are various versions of Chole Bhature all around India and this is our take on it – a spicy and flavorful feast for your taste buds. Boiled chickpeas cooked with onions, tomatoes, and spiced gravy, accompanied with fermented all-purpose flour bhature (fried puffed bread), chopped raw onions, and a slice of lime on the side.

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Delicious paneer chilli

Paneer Chili

Crisp cubes of Paneer (cottage cheese) tossed around in Manchurian…

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sauce with Thai green chili peppers, sweet bell peppers, and onions.

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Refreshing Mango Lassi

Mango Lassi

Real mango pulp yogurt

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smoothie.

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Gujarat's special Dabeli

Dabeli

This spicy snack originated from the Kutch region of Gujarat….

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A slightly different version of the Vada Pav where the potato mix is sweet and spicy and is pressed between the pav. Potato mix, peanuts, onions, sev (fried gram flour vermicelli) served between a pav spread with tamarind chutney and garlic chutney.

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Famous Indian Pav bhaji

Pav Bhaji

A very popular dish from the streets of Mumbai is a favorite of almost…

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everyone. A medley of mashed vegetables (potato, cauliflower, green peas, green peppers, beetroot, tomatoes ) cooked on a flat cast iron pan with garlic, ginger, and our own homemade “Pav bhaji Masala”. A must-try dish served with buttered dinner rolls “Pav”, lime wedge and chopped onions.

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Super long paper masala dosa

Masala Dosa

One of the most popular dosa varieties. Plain dosa, potato-

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onion masala.

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tasteful garlic butter vada pav

Garlic Butter Vada Pav

Spiced potato dumpling, mashed between two buns with the…

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dry vada pav masala.

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Best chat - Dahi puri

Dahi Puri

Dahi Puri is especially famous in Maharashtra and is believed to…

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have originated in Mumbai. Crusty, hollow shells are filled with potato, black chickpea, onions, and the sweet tamarind and spicy mint-cilantro chutney is poured into it. Beaten yogurt is then poured over the shells, garnished with sev (fried gram flour vermicelli). A combination of textures and flavors that appease the palate from all the heat from the Dahi Puri.

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Indian Gobi manchurian

Gobi Manchurian

Crispy batter-fried cauliflower florets, sweet bell peppers, and…

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onions tossed in Manchurian sauce garnished with green spring onions and cilantro. It is a mildly spicy yet robust flavor.

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Tasty bhel puri

Bhel Puri

The most sought after savory snack while strolling alongside the…

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beaches in Mumbai would undoubtedly be bhel. It is puffed rice mixed with sweet and tangy tamarind chutney, spicy cilantro-mint chutney, garlic chutney sev (fried gram flour vermicelli), black chickpea and chopped onions, potato, tomato, and cilantro.

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Savory snack - Special bhel puri

Special Bhel Puri

The same as Bhel Puri but with a few crunchy additions of peanuts,…

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chana dal (fried lentils), boondi (fried chickpea flour balls), chana chor garam (spiced and flattened black chickpea).

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Delhi Chaat

Chaat inspired by the locals from Delhi. It is delicious and gives…

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you a satisfying feeling once eaten. Papdis (small, flat crisp, deep-fried crackers), white chickpeas, bhalla (black gram/black lentil croquette), boiled moong bean, tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, boondi (fried chickpea flour balls), peanuts, onions, spices, topped with sev.

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Scrummy samosa chaat

Dahi Samosa Chaat

Smashed samosas, topped with sweet tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro…

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chutney, beaten yogurt, onions, spices and topped with sev for that extra crunch.

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