Thali restaurants mumbai – 10 best thali serving resturants in mumbai

01. Rajdhani

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  • Rajdhani is one of those traditional food, family restaurants that serve authentic Rajasthani and Gujarati food that plays with the taste buds.
  • Take the family out to the Rajdhani thali restaurant at Phoenix Mall kurla and have a relaxing, tummy filling time.

Cuisine:Rajasthani, Jain thali
Address: Phoenix Market City, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Kamani, Ashok Nagar, Kurla, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400070 2nd floor. Also available at Rcity Ghatkopar.
Phone:022 6522 6074
Hours: 12–3:30PM 7–11PM
Price: Rs 250 per thali eat unlimited as you can

02. Maharaja Bhog

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  • This place serves traditional thalis with a mix of Rajasthan and Gujarati cuisine.All the food here is in desi ghee.Everything is delicious right from farsan, dal, rice and desserts
    Some of the best picks here are dhokla, khichdi loaded with ghee and moong dal halwas
  • Prices are reasonable to pocket with extremely efficient and dedicated service.Must try in case you are looking for a perfect veg treat in.

Address:Juhu Tara Rd, Airport Area, Juhu, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400047Maharashtra 400070 2nd floor. Also available at Goregaon,Powai.
Phone:022 2661 7722
Hours: 12 to 11PM
Price: Rs 450 per thali

03. Delhi Highway

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  • A place where even the non-vegetarian people will fall in love with the tasty vegetarian they serve.Delhi highway certainly gives a royal feeling from the entrance to its furniture the place is huge with comforting couch, its decor is simply amazing.
  • Recommendations:-
    Veg thali, bhalla papdi chat,sizzling mutter kulcha and jalebi rabdi.

Address: A4, Ground Floor, B Wing, Times Square, Andheri East, Sakinaka, Mumbai
Phone: 022 2284 4968
Hours: 12:30 PM to 11 PM
Price: Rs 1200 for two

04. A. Rama Nayak’s Udipi Shri Krishna Boarding

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  • Right place for perfect south indian food on leaf.The quality of the food can be seen in the ingredients used.
  • The best is the rasam and eat with ur hands with rasam trickling down ur fingers overall nice place to be for lunch than the regular outlets.

Cuisine:South indian
Address:1st Floor, Lakhamsi Nappu Road, Lal Bahadur Shastri Market, Outside Matunga Railway Station, Matunga East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400019
Phone:022 2414 2422
Hours: 10:30AM–3PM, 7–10PM
Price: Rs 300 for two

05. Chetana

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  • A lovely thali place to check out options are rajasthani , gujurati or maharashtrian thalis !!! perpetual inflow of breads, varieties of rice , dals and bhajis … .a vegetarian’s delight ! and the best part – AAAMMRAAS is in season – so it was dessert !!!!!! yumm !!

Cuisine: Rajasthani/Gujurat/Maharashtrian
Address:34, K Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai
Phone: 022 2284 4968
Hours: 12–3:30PM, 7–11:30PM
Price: Rs 800 for two

06. Lalit Refreshment – Taste of Kerala Fort

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  • Menu is pretty big. Good variety for trying many stuff. Sadhya thali must try. Best combination for tasting real taste of kerala.
  • The left side of the thali all chutney and pickles were amazingly tasty and very strong flavouring. Fish preparation was typical south Indian but was not soft and juicy. Good variety in preparation of fish. Squid rings, prawns were tasty but prawns are overpriced.

Cuisine: Kerala sadhya(Thali)
Address: 6/A, Prospect Chambers Annexe, Pitha Street, Near Citibank, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 40000
Phone: 098921 21538
Hours: 9AM–12AM
Price: Rs 600 for two

07. Gajalee

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  • Awesome seafood. The bombil fry, pepper prawns, crab in green chilli are all amazing. They do crabs without the shells too for those who don’t like fussing. Service is good, staff are extremely knowledgable on the menu and know exactly what to suggest.
  • If you’re looking for good seafood then look no further.Fish thali is a must here.

Cuisine: Fish(Thali)
Address: 21,Kadamgiri Complex, East, Vile Parle,, 20, Hanuman Rd, Vile Parle East, Vile Parle, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400057
Phone: 022 2611 4093
Hours: 11:30AM–3:30PM, 7–11:30PM
Price: Rs 1000 for two

08. Golden Star Thali

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  • Golden Star has always been one of the most iconic places for having Gujju Thali. The spread is huge and they start of with kachori and cutlets that were yum. You have all your usual yummy Gujarati items.
  • Notable among them were the sweet Dal, the kadhi and the Aloo Subzi. You have a choice of ghee laden chapatis and puris. They have plain rice and ghee which can be had with dal and kadhi and the combo is yum.
  • The sweet options were delicious. They have malai sandwich which is one of my favs. Strawberry Basundi is also nice and creamy. Doodhi ka halwa is decent. The specials are the Undhiyo and Daal bati Churma which wont disappoint you. Overall a must visit place for Thali lovers.

Cuisine: Gujarati, Rajasthani, Desserts
Address: 330, Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road, Opera House, Girgaon, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400004
Phone: 022 2367 1952
Hours: 11:30AM–3:30PM, 7–10:30PM
Price: Rs 1000 for two

09. Thackers

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  • Right next to the Chowpatty, Thackers is one of the oldest place in town.It’s another Vegetarians Paradise which serves authentic Gujarati Thali with (limited) sweets and farsan.
  • It is unlimited thali concept with good service and taste.The ambiance of the restaurant is excellent and spacious & the staff is very kind.They also serve limited dishes in Italian and North Indian. The rate of Thali is Rs.390 plus taxes per pax which would usually cost around Rs. 940 for two inclusive taxes.

Cuisine: Gujarati, Italian, North Indian
Address: 1st Floor, Birla Kreeda Kendra, Chowpatty, Mumbai
Phone: 022 2364 9300
Hours: 11:30 AM to 3 PM, 7 PM to 11 PM
Price: Rs 900 for two

10. Pangat

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  • Located on the Gorai road, this place is a heaven and a saviour for sea food lovers. They have an indoor AC as well as outdoor non AC seating area. The AC section has a great touch.Comfortable seating and some good wall and ceiling art.
  • Try reaching early on weekends as the place gets crowded and one may have to wait for a considerable time to get a table. The food here will leave you happy and content. The Surmai Thali comes with a Surmai fry, a gravy, some dried prawns chutney on the side along with bhakris and rice.
  • The Mutton Thali consists of a mutton gravy which is quite spicy, some dry kaleji masala with rice and bhakris. Every Thali comes with a small serving of solkadi to mellow down the spicy food.The Bombil fry is a must try. Also the Prawns koliwada goes well with the Thali.For desert do try the kesar kharwas which is really yummy.
    The staff here is quite humble. Great place for a lovely family dinner.

Cuisine: North Indian, Chinese, Malwani, Konkan
Address: Near Gokhale College, Gorai Road, Borivali West, Mumbai
Phone: 022 2364 9300
Hours: 12 Noon to 3:30 PM, 7 PM to 11:30 PM
Price: Rs 700 for two

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