Old Indian Parsi restaurant in Mumbai

Topped with shoe-string fried potatoes, this classic Parsi dish with a reddish-brown gravy and tender mutton that falls apart in your mouth with every bite is a must-try.In an interview with CNN travel, Boman adds how non-Indian patrons love to pack packets of berry pulao to take abroad, while Indian patrons choose the more traditional patra ni macchi and dhansak.