Mumbai Maska is one of the first Indian restaurants in London to introduce a traditional South Asian breakfast. Along with their beautiful lunch and dinner menu, diners can now enjoy a flavoursome Indian breakfast in the morning! Definitely the best way to welcome to day ahead.
If you're looking for an authentic Indian dining experience in East London, look no further than Mumbai Maska. This popular curry house offers delicious food that is made by hand, using only the freshest ingredients. From traditional dishes like chicken tikka masala to more exotic fare such as lamb biryani, there's something on the menu for everyone at Mumbai Maska.
Mumbai street food is an incredibly popular type of Indian food that is served at traditional small stalls on the busy streets of Mumbai. These types of foods are vibrantly beautiful and when served at a dinner party in the West, can be a real centre piece.
You see it all the time when ordering at a restaurant or a takeaway, the classic discussion of whether to order roti or naan bread. Through popularity, naan bread tends to take the lead as it is commonly customised with different flavours and fillings. That doesn’t make roti any less superior as these round pieces of joy can be rolled with your choice of dish in the centre. It’s a tough call so let’s break it down so that you can decipher which bread will be at the top of your list next time you head for Indian food.
Most of us in the Western world just view Indian food as, well, ‘Indian food’. But actually the traditional dishes we enjoy so much today actually come from different areas of India, and both can be very different. A good example of iconic regions of food from across India are Bangalore in South India and New Dheli in North India.
Naan bread is one of the most popular sundries ordered through Indian restaurants and takeaways. This is because of the naan bread’s versatile flavours and that it makes the perfect accompaniment to any Indian meal as it can be used to scoop up tasty rice, meat or vegetables and any left over delicious curry gravies.
If you live in London or are just visiting, it can be overwhelming trying to decide where to eat - especially as London prices can bring a tear to the eye!
When you think of Indian cuisine, your first thought may not vegetable dishes but instead recipes that concentrate on chicken and lamb. But in actual fact, nearly 40% of India is vegetarian and they have found many ways to create the perfect vegetarian meals.
Most people are familiar with chicken tikka kebabs and chicken tandoori, though it is a common misconception that they are two different names for the same thing. They are in fact two very different dishes but are both cooked in a Tandoor. You can easily get these Chicken Tikka and Chicken Tandoori at every Indian restaurant easily.
Salmon is renowned as the world’s most luxurious and delicious fish. Its delicate mild flavour is different to other types of seafood and its texture is versatile and can use in many different recipes. Not only is salmon beautiful to eat and to cook with it, but it is also a wonder for your body.