Mamledar Misal: A spicy experience

The spicy Mamledar Misal

Mamledar Misal- High On Food

Whenever Mamledar comes to your mind, the only thing you can possibly think of is Misal- Unique, tasty and very spicy.

What is Misal Pav?

Misal Pav is a snack or curry consisting of misal and pav. Misal is a spicy curry made out of sprouts, Mutter, chick pea and lots of red chillies. It is served with the “farsan,” finely chopped onions, lemon and of course pav.

What exactly is the experience when you eat Misal Pav at Mamledar’s ?

Misal Pav is usually served at mamledar’s in three types: Low, medium and Spicy. I will always recommend that you should order average one and also one “teekha rasa” separately so that you can use small amount of rasa to the small portion of curry thereby enjoying both normal and spicy taste in the same plate.

You are being served: Misal and farsan together, chopped onions, lemon, rassa, two pavs and atleast two glasses of water.

Mamledar Misal- High On Food

After mixing the onions, misal and some lemon, when you take one bite of the dish, nothing happens. No spice at all! The moment you gulp down the food, you feel the heat. Don’t be surprised if you get hiccups because it gets extremely spicy. Not only it is spicy, it is good in taste too.

Here are the 4 Reasons why you should totally try Mamledar Misal!

1) It is spicy and damn tasty!

If you are in Mumbai and are looking for some spicy food experience, you should definitely try the Misal at Mameldar. Order the super tej one and I challenge you not to touch water for atleast half an hour!

Mamledar Misal- High On Food

2) Not so expensive

You can have a heavy and heavenly meal here in just 65-75 rupees. A total paisa wasool experience.

3) Easy to locate

Mamledar is located at Naupada area in Thane west. It is just 10 minute walk from Thane Station and since it is so famous, just ask for Mamledar.

Mamledar Misal Thane- High On Food

4) You can chill at Talao Pali after eating

Talao Pali is a lake located in Thane west which is just 5 minutes away from Mamledar or Hotel Amantran. Spending time alongside a lake is always time well invested.

Talao Pali Thane near Mamledar Misal- High On Food

Why don’t you all tell me your Misal Pav experiences in the comment section below!

 

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8 thoughts on “Mamledar Misal: A spicy experience

  1. anand Mehta says:

    The one next to fariyas ( rather. Behind it) is worth a try for its misal and vadas.

    1. Samvit Kher says:

      Oh great. Where exactly is the place?

  2. anks says:

    We were on our way to Arvi from Pune. Arvi is a small town about an hour and half’s drive… We stopped at a family run restaurant on the highway… just like that. The misal was spicy and yumm!!! I am generally not a fan of Misal but that was delish 🙂

    1. Samvit Kher says:

      Lovely. I want to go to a remote area in Kolhapur and try Misal there, to have the best and authentic Misal pav ever.

  3. ChatoriLadki says:

    Talao Pali and Mamledar Misal Qualifies for a trip !!! Hiccup is the d which happens to me after eating spice too much!! A nice post on we’ll know Mamledar Misal

    1. Samvit Kher says:

      Do tell me the Mamledar experience when you go there.

  4. Sunil Achuthan says:

    Mamledar Misal … WOW .. just took me to my Childhood days. Around 30 years back, Mamledar’s would be my daily trip after my regular Cricket Nets. The Spicy Misal served at Mamledar has no equal around the world … truly World class food for such a small price. What I remember is a small outlet where hardly 10 people could sit and it used to be always crowded … It is more than 30 years since leaving India … Is it still the same .. would love to be back … maybe in May during summer .. I will be back to Mamledars … Thanks for reminding me ..

    1. Samvit Kher says:

      Thanks Sunil for the wonderful comment. Really glad that you went down the memory lane.

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