Monsoons in Mumbai are a tough cookie. If you’re living in Mumbai, you can never really “enjoy” the rain completely. Every single time it rains, blocked roads, flood-like conditions and a myriad of potholes are what every Mumbaikar has to deal with. The rain brings relief from the scorching summers but they also bring with them a number of problems, the major one being that it restricts our movement and with that all the possible “fun” we could’ve had.

If you’re someone who is looking to have a big comfortable lunch or dinner party with your loved ones, well, lay out the table and bring the fancy cutlery out because we have the perfect delivery outlet to cheer you up.

Food plays a big role in lifting up the heaviness and the dread that the stormy clouds bring with them and if you’re a true blue foodie at heart, you must know about Sindhful.

Sindhful is a Sindhi restaurant which specializes in Sindhi as well as North Indian cuisine, bringing the original taste of Sindh and the traditional North Indian delicacies. You can find robust, rounded and well prepared dishes that will instantly lift up your spirits and create a dance party in your mouth. The flavours, aromas and the overall preparation method here is true to the roots, which is why people cannot stop raving about all the delicious dishes they serve here.

You can find Sindhi staples such as dal pakwan, chhole/keema pattice with pav and chutney, aloo tuk, sanna pakoda, the famous Sindhi snack dish macaroni aloo, Sindhi mutton, mutton chops and tikra. We cannot stop talking about how delicious each dish here is, the dal pakwan can light up an entire city with its warmth while the sanna pakoda is such a classic you will not be able to find a single flaw in it. We also love the deep fried goodness that is the aloo tuk, the Sindhi chicken tikka, unlike the mughlai style is coated with a bunch of spices and stands out from the get-go while the keema pav is so succulent, soft and delicious you won’t be able to stop at one.

Sindhful also serves some of the most delicious North Indian curries you’ll find this side of the country and their delivery is impeccable. Do try out the restaurant, have them deliver the delicious food at the comforts of your home and warm your soul during all the rain.

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