The Bohris are a relatively small and close community of Muslim tradesmen, many of whom reside in an area of Mumbai called Bhendi Bazaar. One of the streets there is called Bohri Mohalla (officially Khara Tank Road or Sayed Lane) and is one of Mumbai's most famous eat streets. Although the street is at its busiest during Ramadan, food lovers can still have a belt-loosening experience outside of the Muslim holy month.
No visit to Bohri Mohalla is complete without visiting the following: India Hotel for its egg rolls and bheja (stir-fried brains); Bar-B-Que for its variety of grilled meats, including udder; Valibhai Payawala for its twelve curries made of ox hump, ox tail, trotters, and more; Taj for fresh fruit ice cream; and Tawakkal for flat deep fried dough pancakes called malpua. Pace yourself - there's a lot packed in this small area! Don't feel shy to ask if you can't find a restaurant - shop keepers are more than happy to point you in the right direction.
Meeting point: Outside Tawakkal Sweets. To get there by cab, tell the driver to take you to Bhendi Bazaar under JJ Flyover. Once you reach Bhendi Bazaar, it's probably best that you start asking around for Bohri Mohalla.
Leaders, this is a dinner-only suggestion.