Raju Chinese – Mumbai Street Chinese

Raju chinese
If you’ve studied in H.R. or Jai Hind College, you know the craze for Raju Chinese is real.

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So that was Raju Chinese. Definitely visit the place if you haven’t already!

And here are my recommendations on what you should be eating here:

Dry Manchurian

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I am not the biggest fan of just dry manchurian, but the ones at Raju Chinese are a sure exception. Amazing flavor and a prominent taste of ginger and garlic. I can just eat these all by themselves!

Schezwan Rice

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Spicy Schezwan Rice served with a little Manchurian Gravy, some schezwan sauce and fried noodles.

Chilli Cheese Roll

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Delicious sauce, warm toasted bread and cheese – all in a roll! Definitely recommend this.

Raju chinese

You could eat anything from their menu, and I guarantee that it will be fresh and tasty. This place has maintained the same level of taste since I first started eating from here in 2004. At that time, Raju Chinese was located inside H.R. College in Churchgate and was also known as H.R. Chinese. My friends and I would specially go over to H.R. just to grab some of this delicious stuff! And the things we had to do to get inside the college (because we weren’t students of H.R.) would all feel worth it, once we had the first bite of some of this stuff. Now the place has moved pretty close to Marine Lines and Nirmala Niketan College. It’s all vegetarian and arguably one of the best street Chinese food in Mumbai.

Raju chinese

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Rajendra Fast Food Borivali

Rajendra Fast Food
This one’s from my visit to Rajendra Fast Food Borivali.

Rajendra Fast Food Borivali is a really famous, landmark level place to grab some reasonable yet delicious food. Their dosa, Chinese, Sandwich is pretty famous. Here’s a video from a trip that I made to Rajendra Fast Food!

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I hope you enjoyed watching this little snippet from my visit to Rajendra Fast Food.

I ordered only 1 item here – the Mysore Masala Dosa. You saw that being made, right from scratch in the video. They used a ton of beetroot to make it and honestly it turned out pretty good. I wouldn’t call it my most favorite mysore masala, but it was decent.

Rajendra Fast Food

You get a variety of Chindian food here as well – everything ranging from schezwan rice, to hakka noodles to manchurian. And you will see the guy toss it all up right in front of you. I find it really fascinating to this watch stuff getting made.

Rajendra Fast Food

You also have various chaat items here – ranging from Pani Puri to Bhelpuri.

And you also can get Dabeli here. I didn’t end up trying any this time, but hopefully I will try it next time.

And their sandwich counter looked so attractive!

Rajendra Fast Food

I also saw a whole variety of other South Indian items. This includes idli, vadas and umpteen different kind of uttappas and dosas.

Rajendra Fast Food

They have a counter outside, where you can see all the items getting prepared and you just need to get a coupon and place your order. You can stand out and eat or take a seat in their pretty humble seating area.

This place has something for everyone. I recommend checking it out.

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Lassi Te Parrontthe – The Best Aloo Paratha in Mumbai

Lassi Te Parrontthe
If you’ve been following me for a while, you would probably already know that my heart skips a beat everytime I think about Lassi Te Parrontthe. It’s one of my most favorite places to eat..like EVER!

Lassi Te Parrontthe

Lassi Te Parrontthe, for those of you who are new, is a a place at Carter Road in Mumbai. You get different varieties of Parathas here – ranging from aloo, to gobi, to methi to paneer and probably few more. The parathas are delicious, to say the least. And what I personally admire is the  dedication with which the owner Nikhil Thakur a.k.a. Parronttha Man from Carters makes these. Watch this video from my visit to Lassi Te Parrontthe and you will know what I’m talking about.


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I hope after watching the video you understand the level of parathas I’m talking about.

The stuffing in these parathas is literally spot on. I’ll tell you about my favorite one here – the aloo and it has a delicious flavor from masalas like dhaniya powder. And the parathas are also cooked to perfection. A lot of times while eating parathas outside I find that there is a spot either towards the extreme sides or where the stuffing is really heavy that feels kinda uncooked. But not with the ones I’ve had at Lassi Te Parrontthe.

Lassi Te Parrontthe

The parathas are served with Dahi that comes in a kulhad which seems pretty fresh and not at all sour. And some pickle too. You also get some chhaas and lassi here. 

Lassi Te Parrontthe

When you visit Lassi Te Parrontthe, you will pretty much see the main Parronttha Man getting the parathas ready. And just watching him make them can be so cool.

Lassi Te Parrontthe

Highly recommend this place.

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