Umraan Regional is a small restaurant in the by lanes of Bandra and right off the bat we can tell you it has a very homely vibe. Their menu is curated by taking dishes made by Indian mother’s from all over the country. From their spicy chettinad paneer to their fluffy parathas, this place is bound to bring back memories of your childhood.
First off, We tried the cheese corn samosas and they were heavenly. Hot, crisp and served with a mint and hung curd dip, the samosas made for a brilliant starter.
Along with the samosas we ordered the aloo sukha which did taste pretty good as well.
Moving on to the main course, we tried the paneer burjhi paired with the fluffy garlic paratha. The portions were very generous and enough for two. For desert we tried the lal gulla which was a red velvet rasgulla. At first we weren’t expecting it to be any good however after we took our first bite, we felt like we had bit into a little bit of heaven.
Overall the pricing is very good for the quantity however, being a small place the tables are very few. So anytime you are looking for a place to eat some healthy filling food near Bandra, head over to umraan Regional and you will not be disappointed