New Mumbai-inspired menu at Asha’s in Doha

From famous street food like vada pav to comfort home food like biryanis, there’s plenty to try

New Mumbai-inspired menu at Asha’s in Doha

Contemporary Indian restaurant Asha’s celebrated its 15th anniversary in the region with the launch of a second exclusive Mumbai-inspired menu.

The menu pays homage to the city’s vibrant culture, food and heritage, all of which is rediscovered and reinvented at Asha’s.

Mumbai is known as the city of dreams and people from all across India come together to live their lives. The city is, hence, a melting pot of cultures, food, people and lifestyles and the menu captures all these exciting elements.

There are ten new items to try at the restaurant for a limited period only and we suggest you get booking as soon as possible. We’ve had a sneak peek and all our favourites are there.

Mumbai’s most famous street food, vada pav with turmeric potato vadas drizzled with tamarind, green chilli and dry garlic chutney, is just one of the new items you can find.

Also fresh to the new menu is the fisherman’s tribute, the koliwada prawns, which feature lightly battered prawns with garlic and coriander chutney for true, authentic Mumbai flavour, along with the exotic Mumbai Juhu-style biryani generously flavoured with India’s finest pav bhaji masala.

This menu is available only until September 5 across all outlets of Asha’s. Why are you still here?
Prices vary. Open daily noon-11pm. Villaggio (4452 9663); Doha Festival City (4452 9931); Mall of Qatar (4452 9028).

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