Best places to eat in Mahabaleshwar

strawberries in mahabaleshwar
Reading Time: 2 minutes

While in Mahabaleshwar, do not forget to visit the Strawberry farms; pluck some fresh strawberries, rub them on your stole, and just eat them!

Nothing beats the taste of freshly plucked strawberries in the farm itself.

Well, there is more to cherish your taste buds in Mahabaleshwar.

Mapro Garden Restaurant

At Mapro’s, you must try Italian delight pizza and chocolate brownies.

Address: Panchgani – Mahabaleshwar Road, Bhose, Maharashtra 412805, India

Visiting time: 08:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Bagicha Corner

This place has quite a name in their strawberry and mulberry ice creams and syrups. Other dishes to try here include corn patties, zunka bhakri, and corn frankies.

Address:  Dr. Sabne Road, Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra 412806, India

Visiting time: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM



Grapevine is a great place to indulge in Indian, Continental, and Thai dishes in Mahabaleshwar.

Address:  Masjid Road, Market Area, Opposite Fountain Village Hotel, Mahabaleshwar, India

Visiting time: 09:30 AM to 03:00 PM and 05:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Elsie’s Dairy and Bakery

It is one of the oldest bakeries operating in Mahabaleshwar. The place is great to try the traditional cakes and bakery items.

Address:  MH Road, Mahabaleshwar, India

Visiting time: 01:30 AM to 01:00 PM

Folks, apart from these fine dining places, you can also try the local preparations in Mahabaleshwar. You can find them with the street vendors. Try Chuski or Barf Gola (Crushed ice dipped in colorful syrups) in the breezy atmosphere of Mahabaleshwar, and we are sure, you will feel something different. The kind of feeling you don’t get with these ice in any other places.

You can also take home crates of strawberries and carrots from farms, chikis, syrups, and jellies from here. Also, you can book AC cab from Mahabaleshwar to your city for comfortable homecoming.

Fresh carrots in mahabaleshwar

To the getaway seekers-

Places to visit near Mahabaleshwar

Plan one day getaway to Mahabaleshwar

How to reach Mahabaleshwar

Please follow and like us:

What to eat in Goa

Goan food
Reading Time: 2 minutes

The cuisine in Goa is majorly the coastal and seafood. There are three different influences in Goan food. One, the Hindu influence because of the origin. Two, the Portuguese influence, they colonised the state for about four hundred years. And three, the Muslim influence who ruled the state before Portuguese invasion.  

One your visit to Goa, do not forget to try these dishes-



It is a popular meat dish in Goa. Vindaloo comes from the Portuguese tradition in Goa. It is a meat served in thick gravy made of coconut milk and traditional spices. People say- once you eat Vindaloo, you would not want the meat to be cooked any other way.



Kismur is a fish side dish. People generally use shrimps and mackerel for making Kismur. The fish is dried and prepared with onion and coconut. It is a popular Goan dish that depicts the Hindu influence. You can also find the tinch of chilli pepper, which is also present is most of the Goan dishes.



Bebinca is the traditional Goan pudding, derived from the Catholic Kitchen. It is made from flour, sugar, butter, and coconut milk. The pudding has seven layers and is topped with syrups like honey or maple. It is indeed a favourite dessert of the locals and tourists as well.

Goan Fish Thali

Goan Thali

You can also try the Goan one plate fish meal called as Fish Thali. The platter generally contains fish or baby prawn curry with rice as main. The fried fish and baby clams are served as sides. The platter is accompanied with kokum water, pickle, and salad.

You can easily find the above mentioned dishes in the restaurants that serve the local Goan food. If you have tried the local cuisine and found something amazing, do share with us!

Happy Holidays!

Hey guys, check out these topics too-

Best places for Shopping in Goa

How to spend one day in Goa?

How to spend two days in Goa?

Goa picture gallery

Please follow and like us:

Best Street food of Mumbai

mumbai street food
Reading Time: 3 minutes

Mumbai is a city for everyone. Here one can find food for merely ten rupees and for as expensive as thousands. The typical cuisine here is Maharashtrian, but food from every nook and corner of the country is available here. When you visit Mumbai, you can give a shot to this list of street food of Mumbai.


badshah falooda mumbai

There is a busy Crawford market near CST (Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus) station. This is a great place for shopping and within the market premises, lies Badshah Falooda. The place serves one of the best Falooda in Mumbai. Falooda is a dessert mix, which includes flavored ice cream, vermicelli, sweet basil, jelly, etc. At Badshah, try Pan flavored and their signature royal falooda. The place is always crowded but is worth a little wait. The falooda at Shalimar restaurant, Sandhurst Road is also a delight.

Pav Bhaji

Pav bhaji mumbai

Vada Pav and Pav Bhaji are the icons of Mumbai. These dishes are not only inexpensive but also a delicious treat. You can try Pav bhaji at Cannon, Near CST station, Sardar, near Tardeo road junction, Siddhivinayak Fast Food, Juhu Chowpatty, to name a few. For Maharashtrians, every cooked vegetable is bhaji and Pav Bhaji is a mix of different vegetables. Pav is simply a bread bun, which is served hot with a layer of spices and butter. Also, Pav Bhaji is all time favorite street food of Mumbai.

Pani Puri

Pani puri elco mumbai

This is yet again a savory evening snack in Mumbai. Puri is wheat based crisp fried sphere. It is filled with mashed potatoes and tangy juice (lemon or mango usually) and eaten as a whole. You should visit Elco at Linking road. Linking road is a famous place for street shopping, so after a tiresome shopping, how about some savory delight?

Chicken tikka rolls

bademiyan chicken tikka mumbai

Chicken tikka rolls at Bade Miyan, at Colaba is the favorite night food junction for the people in Mumbai. The best part of this chicken tikka is the aroma and flavor of Charcoal, on which the meat is roasted. 

If you are looking for plates of seafood, especially crabs in Mumbai, we suggest trying them at Mahesh, at Fort Area. It is a fine dining place and serves the best crabs in the town.

Folks, check out these articles-

Best places for shopping in Mumbai

Festivals in Mumbai

One day trip to Mumbai

Two days trip to Mumbai

Please follow and like us: