Thursday, November 09, 2006

Kebab and huge Romali Rotis in Colaba


Who does not love a Kebab and a delicious Romali Roti (Paper-thin bread is similar to a crêpe and is served alongside traditional Indian fare) ? Comoe to Mumabi and go to BADEMIYA and enjoy the best "street food" ever in Colaba (south Bombay). Look how amazing the cook the huge rotis and in what kind of "oven": they just make the wheat mix and drop the paper thin roti for like 30 seconds in these halk spheric hot metal things and from there direct into the little basket from where you can take as many as you want, to eat with your kebab!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

FYI, "roomal" means a napkin. Hence, the name "Roomali Roti", meaning "napkin-like bread", 'cos the bread's as thin as a handkerchief. :)

4:49 AM  
Blogger Felix said...

please can you get the resipi for how to make romali roties. thanks a ton

10:42 PM  

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