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There’s absolutely no escaping the sometimes sweet, sometimes salty, sometimes soft, sometimes hard, 8-laadi or 6-laadi pav. The ubiquitous pav has become as much a part of Mumbai’s culture as the local trains and the beaches! 🌊 🚂
It was introduced to the country by the Portuguese who called the fluffy bread ‘pao’. However, there are also other theories which say that the bread is called ‘pav’ because bakers kneaded the dough with their feet (pav in Hindi) instead of hands.
Whichever theory holds true, I’m sure all Mumbaikars are just happy to relish this at all odd hours of the day and night! 😀🍞😋🙌🏻 #ruchyum #ruchyumtravel #laadipav #mumbai #mumbaiigers #mumbaifoodie #foodphotography #nomnomnom #eeeeeats #foodstagram #foodphotography #foodie #foodpics #foodporn #sweetandsalty #lunch #dinner #specialityfoods #basics #bread #breakfast #igfood

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