Mouni Roy is once again indulging in a variety of delicious foods. The actress is a self-proclaimed foodie who frequently posts about her culinary adventures on social media. Mouni, who is now in Sri Lanka, has been sending sharing snippets from the country with her fans. She’s also been posting about her gastronomic adventures from there. So, what did Mouni have of late? We’re drooling over the photos the actress shared of her weekend binge. The binge has been quite a treat, it seems. It starts with a plate of the humble bread and butter on Instagram Stories.
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This was followed by a spicy dish that looked like Sri Lankan squid curry. The seafood cuisine contained scallops, beans, garlic, tomatoes, and more. It was served on a banana leaf over a plate.
What we saw next blew our minds. Mouni Roy shared a photo of a spiced rice dish. It looked like a preparation made with rice, broccoli tomato, meat, and green onions. The spices gave the delicious-looking dish an exotic colour.
Next, Mouni Roy uploaded a video that gave us a glimpse of a spicy noodle dish. The short clip sent us drooling in no time.
Next in line was a video of some delectable desserts. Mouni Roy pans her camera over these desserts and we can’t help but feel some sugar cravings.
Mouni Roy’s earlier photo dump from Colombo included a drool-worthy pizza garnished with cheese and a variety of toppings. A platter of spaghetti was also set next to the pizza.
In another photo, we saw some grilled bread garnished with a variety of toppings. The bread slices were slathered in a variety of dressings, as well as black olives and some greens.
Mouni Roy also tasted some local cuisine, which looked delicious. She shared another photo of Kiribath, a rice-based Sri Lankan meal. Her lunch came with a bowl of dal and spicy curry-like accompaniments. Read more about Mouni Roy’s mouth-watering Sri Lankan food diaries and take a look at the photos of the dishes here.
Mouni Roy’s food posts are just a tale of culinary bliss. Don’t you think so?