Jain people are always worried about Jain food when they step out of their door. People are always finding and searching for food that is made without onions, mushrooms, or any other vegetables that are grown underground. That is the most difficult task to accomplish for the Jain people once they plan to go out anywhere. Now, Jain people, you do not need to worry about where to eat food, and you do not need to carry any food with you when you are traveling. Here is list of some restaurants where you can find good Jain Food.
1. Guru Kripa, Sion
Mumbaikars swear on the samosa of Guru Kripa at Sion, but there is plenty of food for the Jain. One of the best dishes they serve is Dal Pakwaan, Chole Batture, and Paneer Pakoda. It’s unlikely that you’ll leave the restaurant disappointed, but if that does happen with you, then the Gulab Jamun is next to lift your spirits high up.
2. Nanumal Bhojraj, All Outlets
Apart from regular Jain Pav Bhaji and other gravies that are made in Jain style, this restaurant also serves a Jain Thali that offers simple food in homemade style. The restaurant is known for Moong Dal Khichdi and you can end your meal with this delicious dish.
3.Curry Twist, Andheri East
With a few Jain options, the restaurant also offers an exciting range of food like Dunk hot, buttery roti in Sabzi Lajawab, Paneer Makhani, Corn Capsicum Masala and much more.
4. Jain Sabkuchh Food Plaza, Malad West
Don’t get fooled by what the name says, Sabkuchh. It is not compulsory that everything in this restaurant is Jain, but yes there are some dishes which are Jain including variety of Jain dosas, Pav Bhaji, chaats and Indian curries, and gravies.
5. Paratha Mantra, Fort
The varieties of parathas that you can find here at this place will surprise you. You can stick to classics parathas like the Gobhi Paratha filled with an Olive and Cheese. One paratha is enough as a meal for one and it is served with raita and raw mango pickle. They also have a unique menu for Jain people too.
6. Puranmal Restaurant, Juhu
Like all other veg restaurants, Puranmal also keeps its Jain customers happy. Dishes like Delhi’s Bhalla Papdi Chaat, spicy-sweet Navratan Korma or soft Malai Koftas that will melt in your mouth. If you are not satisfied with this? You have a wide range of options for your taste bud cravings.
7. Aswad, Dadar West
If you are a Jain, you cannot eat the award-winning Missal Pav here. Instead, you can try Jain Pav Bhaji, Tomato Uthappa, Tomato Omelette, Jain Pizza, and Jain Bhaji and many other things. The Maharashtrian eatery has a section of mithai’s and the Maharashtrians eatery is popular for it, so don’t forget to pack a box of Ukadiche Modak an take it home.