Gather your loved ones and head to Neel at Tote on the Turf to relish the traditional delicacies of Ramadan in Mumbai. Chef de Cuisine Sanjay Sutare has come up with a sumptuous array of dishes and giving it a modern appeal to cater the palate of Mumbai-kars.
Iftaari Evening At Neel
One can come for lunch at well as in the evening for Iftaari at Neel and can chow down on their specially curated menu for the occasion. Not only does the restaurant has kept in mind the street food will Arabian influences but has also included the lamb favourites like Dum Ki Chaap, Methi Magaz and Haleem which is prepared in a traditional Hyderabadi style. You can also pick from delicacies like Rampuri Seekh Kebab, Afghani Macchli and the Jodhpuri Mirch Ki Biryani.
Plus, here’s something one can’t find everywhere while going to binge on Iftaari treat, a dedicated vegetarian menu that includes a special Haleem made using lotus roots and okra. Their Irani Samosas also comes in a vegetarian version apart from the chicken and lamb options.
No meal especially a festive one as this can end without a dessert. So get ready to devour Mango Phirni and Chickoo Aur Badam Ka Halwa after the sumptuous feast at Neel.