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Where are you feasting this Ramzan?

Last updated on: June 07, 2017 14:26 IST

Mumbai's Mohammed Ali Road is a haven for foodies.
Photographs by Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com

Come Ramzan and the streets off Mohammed Ali Road, Mumbai will be brimming with people.

The shops that wear a deserted look during daytime will entice your taste buds with live, mouth-watering displays of food in the evening.

Some flock here to break their fast and have Iftar, while others come to explore and share their love for tummy-happy food.

Our photographer went tripping and came back with these photos.

IMAGE: As dusk sets in, this young chef at Zaika Restaurant, Mohammad Ali Road shows off his multi-tasking cooking skills.

IMAGE: Shami kebabs from Noor Mohammadi (a popular food joint) are to die for.

IMAGE: A closer view of the melt-in-your-mouth kebabs.

IMAGE: Seekh kebabs from Rehmaniya Restaurant.

IMAGE: 6 ka mixture is a special delicacy served at Hindustan hotel. To make it, six kebabs are beaten in egg and then deep fried in oil.

IMAGE: A close up of 6 ka mixture.

IMAGE: Various kebabs on display -- choose from chicken tandoori, chicken tikka, chicken pahadi, chicken malai kebab and chicken reshmi tikka.

IMAGE: A worker sets the seekh kebab on a grill.

IMAGE: Sandal or Sandan is a sweet dish made using rice, coconut, sugar and mawa.

IMAGE: It's hard to resist these hot jalebis from JJ Jalebi.

IMAGE: After a heavy meal, head to Suleman Usman Mithaiwala to sample their desserts.

IMAGE: Beware of the crowded street near Minara Masjid. For food lovers though, this is a small price to pay for the foodgasm.

You can also send your Ramzan photographs to getahead@rediff.co.in (subject: Ramzan pics).

Don't forget to mention where you've shot the photograph and a little write-up describing the scene/food you've shot.

We will publish the best ones right here on Rediff.com.

Hitesh Harisinghani / Rediff.com