We’re catering a party today! Here’s the menu…

Sev Puri – a delicious, savoury staple of Bombay street food. Crispy puris (similar to tostadas) are piled with potatoes, tamarind chutney, coriander chutney, and sev (fine, fried noodles)
Ragda Patties – Mumbai’s popular street food prepared with curried dried peas (ragda) that is spooned over potato patties along with an assortment of chutneys and garnished with onion, tomatoes, sev and fresh coriander leaves.
Pav Bhaji
 – a Maharashtrian dish that originated in Mumbai cuisine. The pav-bhaji is a spicy mixture of vegetables (cauliflower, potatoes, peas and carrots) topped with a generous helping of fresh tomatoes, a dollop of butter, garnished with coriander, chopped onion, a dash of lemon and served open-face on a warm buttered bun (pav) that’s been gently or crisply grilled – an all-time, anytime favourite with Mumbaikars. It is native to Mumbai and has now become popular in most metropolitan areas in India.
Kheema Pav – similar to Pav Bhaji, but made with a spicy organic Halal minced beef curry for the filling; another very popular street food in Mumbai.
**All mains come with extra grilled pav and BSF’s colourful signature salad of red cabbage, beets, cucumber, zucchini, carrots and asparagus in a garlic, lemon & olive oil dressing.
Qubani Ka Meetha – A Hyderabadi layered dessert of stewed apricots, fresh cream, garnished with almonds and pistachios. (nuts optional)
Mango Lassi – a smoothie made with mangos and yogurt
Masala Chai – black spiced tea simmered with milk and cardamom

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