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The #NFPEats section brings to you some of the most delicious dishes from Mumbai's culinary palette.

When one talks about Misal Pav in Mumbai, there's no way one cannot mention Mamledar Misal.

Located at Thane, it easily ranks amongst the best Misal Pav joints in Mumbai. 
Mamledar serves misal in three varieties — light, medium and very spicy. Each variety is served with the special tari (a spice-laden watery gravy) on the side. This tari is what decides the spice level of each variety. And each variety is equally delicious. 
The joint was started by Narsinha Murdeshwar in 1952 which served many Maharashtrian dishes including Poha. But their Misal became the most popular dish and the rest is history. The eaterie derives its name from the Tehsildar (also known as Mamledaar) office which is located within its premises. 
The business is presently run by Narsinha Murdeshwar's son Laxman and grandson Damodar Murdeshwar. 
Keeping up with the changing times, they have started branches all across Mumbai including Vile Parle and Kandivali where they also serve Jain Misal. Currently, they boast of 14 outlets across Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai. 
So, if you haven't tasted their Misal yet, rush now! You can always thank us later. And do tag all Misal lovers. 😀 .
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The #NFPEats section brings to you some of the most delicious dishes from Mumbai's culinary palette. When one talks about Misal Pav in Mumbai, there's no way one cannot mention Mamledar Misal. Located at Thane, it easily ranks amongst the best Misal Pav joints in Mumbai. Mamledar serves misal in three varieties — light, medium and very spicy. Each variety is served with the special tari (a spice-laden watery gravy) on the side. This tari is what decides the spice level of each variety. And each variety is equally delicious. The joint was started by Narsinha Murdeshwar in 1952 which served many Maharashtrian dishes including Poha. But their Misal became the most popular dish and the rest is history. The eaterie derives its name from the Tehsildar (also known as Mamledaar) office which is located within its premises. The business is presently run by Narsinha Murdeshwar's son Laxman and grandson Damodar Murdeshwar. Keeping up with the changing times, they have started branches all across Mumbai including Vile Parle and Kandivali where they also serve Jain Misal. Currently, they boast of 14 outlets across Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai. So, if you haven't tasted their Misal yet, rush now! You can always thank us later. And do tag all Misal lovers. 😀 . . . . #misalpav #mamledaarmisal #mumbaifoodtrail #mamledarmisal #mamledaarmisalpav #zhanzhanit #bombayfoodexplorer #thanefoodie #nfpexplore #mumbaifoodicious #mumbaifoodie #tasty #spicy #mumbaifoodjunkie #foodie #foodgasm #instafood #foodstagram #nomnomnom #eeeeeats #misalpavlovers #zanzanitmisal #foodblogging