Plated meal catering style: Plated meal is a traditional sit-down meal, extremely popular in South Indian weddings. The entire course of food is served to the guests in a particular order. This style of catering goes well with traditional setups and helps in portion control. Plated meal is an affordable catering style with no hassles of queuing up for food.
Cocktail dinner catering style: This style of catering is best for evening elite events like engagements or corporate parties. Cocktail dinner usually is inclusive of alcohol and lighter food options with 2-3 course meal options.
Catering charges in Mumbai: Pricing would differ widely depending on the caterer's specialty and expertise, the number of guests to be served, the catering style offered, vegetarian or non-vegetarian food, etc. Usually, wedding catering charges are higher than catering for usual events, festivals, etc. Approximately,
- Vegetarian per plate for a buffet catering style starts from Rs.450
- Non- Vegetarian food per plate would range between Rs.500- Rs.600
- Exotic and exquisite cuisine per plate charges start from Rs.700 and above. Sign up with Sulekha and connect with the best professional caterers near you!
5 Must-Have Mumbai Street Foods for Every Occasion
Street food is one of the aspects that Mumbai is famous for and street food isn’t hard to find, no matter where you traverse in the city. And, such is the mouthwatering nature of many of the snacks and instant foods, that you can no way abandon them entirely after tasting once. Below is a collection of the 5 Mumbai street foods that you must at least taste once:
- Vada Pav: Also known as a poor man’s burger, vada pav is basically two slices of bread (pav) sandwiching mashed potato. Vada pav is served with sweet and spicy chutneys and can be found in literally every nook and corner of Mumbai.
- Pav Bhaji: Having its origin in Maharashtra, pav bhaji is another one of the Mumbai street foods that you must definitely taste. Similar to the one mentioned above, pav bhaji is a snack that has a mixture of vegetables mashed and stuffed in two slices of bread. You should taste pav bhaji installs and fast food shops near CST Station.
- Frankie: This dish is a native of Mumbai! It’s a roti roll with the stuffing being a mixture of chicken, mutton, mashed potatoes, and eggs. Frankie is made and delivered at many a stall in the city. And, like vada pav and pav bhaji, Frankie is a native Mumbai dish that you cannot abstain from the tasting.
- Kheema pav: Minced meat stuffed in two slices of bread (pav) is essentially what kheema pav is. This dish is often served in combination with onion, lemon, and pickles.
- Chocolate Sundae: This is basically falooda, with the mixture being made of flavored milk, tapioca pearls, gelatin chunks, and ice. This dish is served in a glass and comes in multiple flavors of milk. Crawford Market and CST area are the best places to try this mouthwatering street food.