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9 Pastas That Every Food Lover Should Tick Off Their Bucket List

Tanvi Juwale October 25, 2017





Your one-stop list for the best pasta served in Mumbai
Love  Pasta comes in all shapes and sizes. This beautiful comforting yet versatile pasta is something all of relish and love. This article is an ode to this beautiful dish on World Pasta Day, 2017!  
Carbonara Jamjar DinerAndheri West 
Carbonara Pasta at Jamjar Diner, Andheri West

Carbonara Pasta at Jamjar Diner, Andheri West


Craving for a creamy pasta? Jamjar Diner serves a delicious Carbonara with a little extra; bacon, eggs and cracked pepper are tossed with spaghetti noodles along with ham and cream. The creamy texture and subtle spice from the pepper blend perfectly to produce different flavours all in one plate.
Chicken Cacciatore @ Eddie’s BistroBandra West
Chicken Cacciatore at Eddies Bistro, Bandra West

Chicken Cacciatore at Eddies Bistro, Bandra West

Skip Bolognaise, Arrabbiata and all the other varieties, try Cacciatore. Head out to Eddie’s for some Chicken Cacciatore, an uncommon pasta preparation at restaurants. Eddie’s makes their pasta with ribbons of handmade fettuccine mixed in a rich Hungarian sauce of mushrooms and meat. The red cherry tomatoes, shredded basil and parmesan are mixed to give a sweet and cheesy flavour that we’d definitely order it for our comfort food fix
Penne Punjabi @ Genuine Broaster ChickenAndheri West
Penne Punjabi at

Penne Punjabi at Genuine Broaster Chicken, Andheri West

Like experimenting with your pasta? The newly-opened Broaster Chicken to Mumbai in India with an Indian Italian pasta. A spicy chicken kheema made Punjabi-style with Indian spices is mixed with Italian penne to make a desirable combination; it is served with well-seasoned bread on the side. Your pasta just got Indianized with your favourite Indian dish, non-vegetarians can now rejoice.
Spaghetti and Meatballs @ Terttulia, Hotel ParkwayDadar West
Spaghetti n Meatballs

Spaghetti and Meatballs at Terttulia, Hotel Parkway, Dadar West

Do you love Spaghetti and meat like Sheldon Cooper does? Obviously he likes it with hot dogs but Terttulia serves it with meatballs, the Italian way. Made with a tangy Arrabbiata sauce with a mix of spaghetti and bite-sized meatballs, the popular pasta variation is a must for all pasta freaks.
Penne Paprika @ Café BasilicoColaba
Love a spicy pasta? Head out to Café Basilico for their very own pasta preparation Penne Paprika. The pasta made from a delicious looking red paprika sauce is something you and I would dream of. The warm spicy pasta also has fresh broccoli making it a must on one of the cooler days.
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Spaghetti Aglio Olio @ Ray's Cafe & Pizzeria, Bandra

Spaghetti Aglio Olio at Ray's Cafe

Like a classic? Though not originally Italian, Spaghetti Aglio Olio makes for a simple yet flavourful dish. The a symphony of rustic flavours merged in the olive oil, tangy yet sweet sun dried tomatoes and topped with parmesan.
Baked Mac ‘N’ Cheese @ Fable, Juhu
Baked Mac 'N' Cheese at Fable, Juhu

Baked Mac 'N' Cheese at Fable, Juhu

You cannot talk about pasta and miss macaroni and cheese, can you? The cheesy treat is every cheese and pasta lover’s go-to food on a bad day and obviously a good day too. The classic dish is melted cheese poured over macaroni and has a subtle peppery flavour we really love.
Tagliolini Bombay @ GustosoKemps Corner
Tagliolini Bombay at Gustoso, Kemps Corner

Tagliolini Bombay at Gustoso, Kemps Corner

Gustoso serves an appetizing pasta made from in-house Tagliolini noodles called Tagliolini Bombay. The ribbon noodles are tossed in Grana Padano cheese with a brandy flambé. What is better than treating yourself to creamy pasta today?
Spaghetti with Tamatar ka Kut @ Farzi CaféLower Parel

Fancy a Hyderabadi Pasta? Farzi Café gives a twist to the classic spaghetti pasta with a Tamatar ka Kut (a rich Hyderabadi tomato gravy). Spaghetti is tossed with garlic & coconut sauce tossed with mustard & curry leaf tempered tomatoes. The delicious tangy dish has a garlic and curry leaf flavour that will make pasta lovers really happy.
This article was originally written by Nascimento Pinto

About the Author

Food is my favourite F-word! Master in Eatmylogy. Future food entrepreneur. Antevasin. Spaghettivore. Hates the casual use of the word 'foodie' and loves a well-cooked meal, snowflakes and the mountains! Follow me on Instagram: @MsFoodieTwoShoes Twitter: @pinchofsalt_23


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