Radio Restaurant in Crawford Market, is one of the hidden gems of Mumbai. An erstwhile theatre, it has been modified into a restaurant. High ceilings, simple interiors and an old, worn out look is what characterizes this old eatery that serves some tasteful Mughlai dishes made with age-old recipes.The most savored item here is Bheja Fry, a delicacy cooked in a tomato gravy with select Indian spices. It is served with roti. It is also known for its Murgh Taliban and Seekh kebabs.
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