1) Try Kolhapuri Misal
2) If interested in street food you can try Paddu
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I have tasted this Misal in Shirdi it is sweet in taste
I tasted it in Kolhapur and it is spicy (not too much)
I have tasted Puneri Misal pav which was nor sweet not spicy too but some what good in taste
I agree it is good in taste but I feel sweet in taste and I don't like to much those gravy which has sweet in taste same goes for butter chicken.
Nope i said about Puneri Misal pav which is not sweet in taste and actually i also dont like sweet taste in gravy but love to eat sweet dishes but not mixed in gravys as sweety gravy..
OK bro which you tasted in your city has different taste and which I tasted in Shirdi has different taste
Nope Misal Pav and Pav Bhaji both are Different dishes
Misal means Moong by which that gravy is prepared which will be nor sweet nor spicy but depends upon places gravy taste changes and appears same like Pav bhaaji but taste differs.
No pav bhaji and misal pav is different.
Tasted it in Mumbai!Awesome one for diet conscious guys :)
Yes it is sweet in shirdi when I travelled to Shirdi in 2013. Through Mysuru Shirdi Express..
Pav they serve is bad. Instead, opt for bread slices, they are far too better. And you can always ask for extra spicy tarri. It is free for your plate of missal. BTW, Kolhapuri missal is far too much better than sweet & sour puneri missal and Mumbai's watana missal.