Stroll down Pakmodia Street, the tight bylane that saw the ascent of Mumbai’s greatest wear, Dawood Ibrahim. At that point down to Yakub Gali, simply off Pakmodia Street, which was Dawood’s picked concealing spot for his illegal business. Under 20 minutes away is the popular JJ Square and Gate No. 6, observer to multitudinous gatherings and trades. A short taxicab ride and make a trip for the uncommon sheekh roti and paranthas at Hotel Sarvi in Nagpada or a brisk chomp at Gulshan-e-Iran Hotel, Crawford Market. Dally around the asphalt outside Jabbari Hotel, Bhendi Bazaar. Look at Pydhonie and its legacy police headquarters. Stroll around Ahmed Sailor School, where Dawood Ibrahim examined till Class 8. At that point hail a taxicab and for a little finished the base charge, wind up outside the Dagdi Chawl, post of the toward the end in-house wear (and now MLA) Arun Gawli.
Stop for a speedy chomp at Imdadiya Bakery, acclaimed for its spread bread rolls and maska-khari. Arrive right on time as the two assortments tend to run out quick. The bread shop is open from 7 am onwards. Noor Mohammedi for nalli nihari and Suleman Bakery for heated breads and firni. Bara Handi for its blended stew. Top on taste, low on cleanliness. Be readied.