In or around Maharastra, when in doubt about the food options, the safest and best bet is to go for a Masala Dosa in a Shetty restaurant. Value for money, delicious, hygienic and healthy, it is never going to disappoint you.
This particular picture was taken somewhere on the way from Mumbai to Nasik
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So if you are vegetarian and want to experience the local cuisine of Nasik, nothing could be better than Misal Pav. It is a Maharastrian dish having a curry (Misal) and a bread (Pav). What makes Nashik misal different from its Pune or Kolhapuri avataar is the black spice mix (Kaala Masala) and the spicy red oil (Taari). A breakfast which is tasty to the core and quite fulfilling as well.