We’re here to help you make this Nowroz celebration a true feast with some of the most authentic Parsi eateries in Mumbai!

It’s that time of the year when the Parsi community in India hosts dinners, indulges in lavish feasts and dresses elegantly. Navroz or Nowroz literally translates into ‘New Day’, marks the beginning of spring for the Parsis and it’s their time to make resolutions and celebrate. But for us, it’s the love for delectable Parsi food that brings in the excitement, because ‘majji ni life’ is all about digging into Dhansak and Berry Pulav, right? This year, your search for authentic Parsi cuisine ends here because we at Social Ketchup present to you a guide to the best and authentic Parsi eateries in Mumbai city.  

Here are 5 must-visit Authentic Parsi Eateries in Mumbai – 

 1. Kyani & Co, Marine Lines
Popular and as authentic as it can get, Kyani & Co is a century-old Parsi eatery with crowd-puller dishes served at yesteryear rates.  

 2. Jumjoji, Andheri East
Mumbai’s newbie when it comes to Parsi dining is the elite fine dine restaurant, Jumjoji. If you’re planning a grand Navroz feast with the fam, this is the place to be!

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3. SodaBottleOpenerWala, Lower Parel and BKC
This restaurant proudly claims itself to be the ‘quintessential Bombay Irani Café’, SodaBottleOpenerWala organizes a splendid Parsi Bhonu feast for all its patrons every Navroz. If you call yourself a foodie, pay a visit to this café and dive into their appetizing offerings. 

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There's no better feast than a Parsi feast. Specially when it's the New Year Bhonu! The Navroze Bhonu is here to delight your palate and belly with specially curated veg and non veg thalis. Everything from Rotli to Veg Russian Pattice and Smoked brinjal patio with a host of meaty delights for the non veg appetite- Kid Gosh, and Chicken pulao. Serving for a limited time (till 24th Aug) across all @sbowindia outlets, you won't want to miss this one. • • • • #bhonu #navroze #parsinewyear #feast #sodaturns5 #iranicafe #bombayiranicafe #SodaBottleOpenerWala #sbow #foodstagram #foodie #foodphotography #foodbloggers #instayum #instafood #food #foodlove #foodpics #foodlover #fooddiary #sbow #parsifood #baidaroti #foodtalkindia #sodaturns5

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4. Britannia & Co, Fort
Mumbai’s iconic Parsi eatery of all time, Britannia & Co is famous for its flavourful Mutton Kheema Pav, Sali Boti, Berry Pulav and practically every item on the menu. Pair them up with a Pallonji soda and end your meal with their Caramel Custard. 

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Beginning the week on a smashing note.! I am that person who keeps indulging in heavy meals during the day and super light in the night. (off late I have tried to follow that pattern). . . Today I happen to stop by at this decades and decades ago restaurant at Fort in South Mumbai. . . This is the only place that still serves Veg and Non Veg Berry Pulao and Dhan Shak with Brown Rice. These things over there are just CLASS APART! Surely there can never ever ever be a COMPARISON! 💯🙌🏼. . Here in this picture we have. . . ▶️ One portion of Veg Berry Pulao. . . ▶️ One portion of Non Veg Berry Pulao. (both these pulao’s are topped with sour, juicy and succulent berries, fried onions and pieces of almond and cashew nuts). WHATTTTTT BLISSSSSSS!. #love surely looks like this!. . . . Perfect start to the week! #foodcoma #foodporn #foodfortheheart #yumm #foodofmumbai #hiddengem #fooddiaries #startoftheweek

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5. Dinshaw’s Xpress Café, Oshiwara
An all-day café that transforms into a wonderland for Parsi food lovers during Navroz, Dinshaw’s Xpress Café serves a special Parsi thali called as Bawa Nu Bhonu available in veg and non-veg options. 

Navroz Mubarak from team Social Ketchup!