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On Sunday's at Natraj you can get Khichdi, Kadi Pakoda and our favourite Puran Poli! Lalit Thakkar's Malad outpost has been drawing in many thali lovers over the years. Gleaming steel thali plates heaped with good Gujarati fare like Dal-Shaak and Rotla Farsaan for Rs.150 on weekdays and Rs.200 on Sundays (the Special Thali consists of two types of farsaan, one mixed and three regular vegetables, Undhya when in season, pulao, rice, papad, chutney and 2-3 options for sweets from which you choose one). Those in the know order the Bhakris, which are very good here, and on Saturday evenings, the Kathya Vadis.

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With a global presence of 700 stores and a proven track record of 46 years, these cane furniture accessorized and warm-wooden, earthy-toned coffee chain stores are popular and packed. Breakfasts are brighter here, and the fare is above average, try the Herbed Omelette and Chilli Cheese Toast. In addition to the four existing branches, two more have opened at Infinity Mall 2 in Malad and Lodha in Lower Parel. White Chocolate Latte in ice-blended and hot forms is incredibly popular here. Cafe au Lait cravers (I am not a fan) come for the Ultimate Mocha, Ultimate Vanilla, Ice-blended Vanilla, and Caramel, Cinnamon 'n' Cappuccino Ice-Blended Coffee. Salads, sandwiches and small bites like croissants, muffins, pastries and biscotti can be paired with your drink as per your appetite. Malai Paneer Sandwich, Italian Roast Sandwich, LGBT (Lettuce, Gouda, Basil, and Tomato) showcases the array of local and international flavours available. Hot steaming chai is available here too for those sultry monsoon days. For those who prefer a soothing cup of Hot Chocolate, Chocolate and Double Chocolate are a couple of choices. You can pick up one of their special roasted blends or coffee mugs too.rnP.S. Most people don’t know that all of the beverages of this Los Angeles-based chain are halal and kosher, which is why the brand fares just as well in the Middle East as it does in the American market.

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