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Out Of Pao introduces Mumbai to quirky pav delicacies to make you go “Oh Wow”
Friday, 08 January, 2021, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Out Of Pao is a cloud kitchen that offers delicious dishes stuffed with international and exotic fillings into the locally beloved pav for the quick snack lovers and mainly pav cravers.

The menu brings a rainbow of options that’ll leave you fascinated with delightful and trendy variations. From Mexican beans to paneer to chicken to mushroom, the menu also covers a diversity of taste buds. One can expect to find Amigo, Pesto Pao, Lucy in the Sky, and Mi-so Sexy, to name a few of the additions. Brace yourself while you try them out because these quirkily named dishes are no less than a refreshing burst of flavours. 

These delicious stuffed pavs are perfect for a small hunger fix. When it comes to snacks, there isn’t any set differentiation. Thus, the menu is of an ‘all-day’ nature, to be eaten whenever you want especially when you wish to eat something new, light, and yet stomach-filling.

Dave Malhotra, partner at Septagon Hospitality, said, “Every dish on the menu is like a mini tradition trip to the origin of flavour that’ll leave you wanting for more. Personally, pav is my first love and I am devoted to it - be it breakfast, lunch, or dinner.  All the creations and variations I wanted to bring to life along with experimenting with world cuisine is reflected in Out Of Pao. Simply put, Out Of Pao is a trendy and refreshing culinary experience, posing perfectly for the new cool food.”

Orders can be placed through Swiggy and Zomato as they are serving their delicacies pan-Mumbai. Keeping it steady and going, the brand plans to expand and soon transform into a food truck in the near future. 
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