-By Swati Sucharita
The menu at Bombay Vihar predominantly features Gujarati and Rajasthani in addition to street food specialities from Mumbai. The decor too tows the Gujarati and Rajasthani themes, which lends the place a simplistic rural touch. Mirror works and traditional headgear worn by the menfolks of the region adorn the walls. The pure-vegetarian menu offers a wide variety of snacks like wadas, kachoris and chillas in addition to the thali meals. There's a Dakshin Thali that caters to the local tastes, while the Bombay Vihar Paschim Thali offers food from the western states of India, which is not too spicy and has a subtle mix of flavours. Dal Bati Churma (a combination of lentils with a sweetish tinge) and Panchmel ki Subzi (a traditional preparation from Panchmel) are two recommendable picks. Snacks like Chhole Bhature, Mumbai Sandwich, Pav Bhaji and Sabudana Vada are welcomed by Hyderabadis with open arms.
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