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Exotic taste of Mumbai for the first time to Mangaluru by Mischief Hospitality Pvt. Ltd

Exotic taste of Mumbai for the first time to Mangaluru by Mischief Hospitality Pvt. Ltd

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Jul 04, 2017: Mischief Hospitality Pvt. Ltd., is poised to introduce three new world class eateries to the coastal city of Mangalore, namely Mumbai Street Kitchen, Bombay Baadshah and Bhandary’s Punjabi Ghasitaram Bambaiwala. These three outlets will bring the exotic taste of Mumbai for the first time to Mangalore, with a bevy of preparations ranging from Mumbai street snacks to sweets and fresh beverages.

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Situated in ground level of Excel Mischief Mall on K.S Rao Road & Sharavu Temple Road in the heart of the city, these outlets are situated adjacent to each other, allowing the guests to enjoy the best of the treats on offer in all three menus.

The air-conditioned outlets are beautifully designed to lend the upbeat feel of Mumbai and youth friendly ambience. The kitchens are serviced by specialized chefs and production team who are complemented by our retinue of trained service personnel to give the guests an out-of-the world experience of taste and hospitality. 

Mumbai Street Kitchen is a vegetarian casual dining outlet and the place to come to for authentic Mumbai street snacks such as Vada Paav, Misal Paav and Sabudana Vada; Chaat items like Paani Puri, Kachori and Batures. Mumbai style south Indian dishes like variety of dosas, idli-vada, sheera and upma are a part of the menu. There is also an excellent variety of modern fast foods like rolls, sandwiches and burgers, making this a complete venue for quick bites.  

Bombay Baadshah is our beverages parlour with a fun-filled menu of refreshing thirst quenchers, fresh fruit juices, Faloodas, Fresh Creams, shakes and mocktails. From earthy gulps to sophisticated sips, Bombay Baadshah has a drink for people of all inclinations.

Bhandary’s Punjabi Ghasitaram Bambaiwala is the exclusive sweets lounge that Mangalore always needed. Here we bring alive the famous tradition of Mumbai, for which there is no parallel in the world of sweets. Our exhaustive choice of delicious Punjabi and North Indian sweets is befittingly complemented with recipes from other traditions and cuisines, and variety of namkeens, which makes every visit a voyage of discovery.  From authentic traditional milk and ghee sweets to delectable Ladoos, Pethas, Halwas and Dry Fruit treats, we offer the diversity of India on a platter! 

Mumbai Street Kitchen and Bombay Baadshah will open its doors to guests on Wednesday, 5th July, 2017. The opening ceremony will be at the hands of our Chairperson Smt Kusuma B. Bhandary at 10 a.m. Mr. Rishal Bhandary will accompany her during the opening ceremony.

Bhandary’s Punjabi Ghasitaram Bambaiwala is undergoing final touches and too will open shortly.

“Mumbai has always been a favourite among Mangaloreans for food, sweets and treats. Our dream is to pamper the food lovers of Mangalore with a 100% Mumbai style eating out experience and we are going all out not only to be the first, but also the best. Authenticity, Innovation, Quality and Variety are our recipe for success,” says Mr. Suresh Bhandaary, the promoter of the enterprise.     

Mumbai Street Kitchen, Bombay Baadshah and Bhandary’s Punjabi Ghasitaram Bambaiwala are the brainchild of Mr. Suresh Bhandaary, a visionary entrepreneur with a passion for food industry. These three new outlets will firmly establish Mischief Hospitality Pvt. Ltd., as a complete provider of innovative culinary and hospitality experiences in Mangalore.  Apart from Mischief Hospitality Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Suresh Bhandaary is also the promoter of Punjab Da Pind Restaurant at Mangalore and M/s. Kusuma Bhandary Construction Pvt Ltd.

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Tina Sequiera, Karkala Wed, July-5-2017, 12:47
Wow! The mouth watering taste of Mumbai in Manglauru.
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