During the Mughal rule in India, aromatic spices were combined with nutty flavors to create what is now known as Mughlai cuisine. Around the same time, fried and roasted ingredients were mixed and layered over basmati rice to create a popular meal called Biryani. Today, these dishes can be enjoyed at Borivali Biryani Center—known by locals as the BBC. Dishes are true to tradition, made with dried fruits and whole spices, then served with creamy nut-based gravies. Borivali Biryani Centre is so popular they now have five locations throughout the city!