Maharaja Bhog is a vegetarian restaurant at 3rd Floor, Oberoi Mall, Film City Road, Goregaon East. It is specializing in Gujarati and Rajasthani Thali. They have different themes on different days and offer Jain variety as well. The best part of the entire experience was the humble attitude and attentive nature of the entire staff at Maharaja Bhog.
Gigantic Dara Singh Thali
Gigantic Dara Singh Thali at mini Punjab in Powai and Thane. They claim it is the biggest thali in Mumbai city. This thali serving 36 dishes plus paani puri. In desserts, they have gulab jamun, moong dal halwa, rabri, malpua. It is available in both veg as well as non-veg. The best part about any thalis that there is an assortment of dishes and you always have that contentment of tasting multiple flavors. One best thing about this thali is if you can finish it alone then its free for you.
Chocolate thali at Desiklub
Chocolate thali at Desiklub located at Nariman point. This restaurant at Nariman Point serves a huge thali with 8 hot and cold chocolate dishes at Rupees 360, it includes Gulab Jamun with a chocolate filling, chocolate Shrikhand, chocolate Khakhra, chocolate soup, a huge white chocolate lollipop, chocolate Swiss roll and the standard chocolate ice cream.
Shree Thakur Bhojnalay thali
Shree Thakur Bhojnalay at Kalbadevi is famous for Authentic Gujarati food. Thali includes 2- 3 Gujarati Snacks item, 2 dry vegetables, 2 types of daal, 2 vegetables with curry, 4 types of roti, curd, methi puri, chaas, rice, khichdi, 4 types of sweets.
Add- 6/10, Thakurawar Road, Thakurdwar-Kalbadevi, Mumbai.
Rama Nayak Udipi Shri Krishna thali
Rama Nayak Udipi Shri Krishna boarding is located at near Matunga railway station is very famous for south Indian food. This is First of the Udupi Restaurant which was opened in Mumbai in 1942 by Mr. Rama Nayak. The restaurant is now taken care by his son Satish. The thali has unlimited quantity and is served on a Banana leaf. If you are in the mood for good south Indian food then this place is good to satisfy your need.
Panchvati Gaurav thali
Panchvati Gaurav at Lower Parel is a mouth-watering veg thali. They don’t have many options but they have an amazing combination of Gujarati and Rajasthani dishes in a thali. Thali contains 2 sabji (250 gms), 1 dal (250 gms), 1 rice (250 gms), 2 Gujarati snacks, 1 sweet, 8 rotis and 6 puris, salad, papad, chutney, and pickle.
Golden star thali
Golden star thali is at near Charni road station. It is served sweet and spicy dishes from Gujrati and Rajasthan make it different.
Chetna restaurant at the fort is another mixer of Gujarati and Rajasthani thali but with unlimited quantity. If you are a fan of desi food then this place welcome you with quality food.