Mouni Roy’s Bowl Of Khow Suey Is The Ideal Sunday Treat
Image Credit: Mouni Roy/Instagram, Khow Suey is her delicious indulgence.

Apart from acting, if there’s anything else that Mouni Roy enjoys, it has to be food. The Bong actor not only relishes fish and rice but also enjoys other cuisines. An ardent foodie, Mouni’s vacations are usually all about good food and good views. In fact, the actor never misses the sight of delectable food and her Sunday indulgence was the proof of that.

The actor tied the knot with Dubai-based businessman, Suraj Nambiar, earlier this year, and ever since then, she has been mostly travelling and eating good food. Recently, she gave us a sneak peek into weekend craving on her Instagram stories and we loved every bit of it. It was a comforting bowl of Khow Suey. The Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva actor made a boomerang, showing the different condiments kept along with the bowl of noodles dipped in a yellow curry. There were peanuts, green chillies and much more.

For the unversed, Khow Suey is a Burmese noodle soup. The egg noodles are dunked in thick coconut milk gravy and flavoured with condiments like fried garlic, fried onions, spring onions, red chilli peppers, peanuts, and more. This delicacy travelled all the way from Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, to the eastern part of India during World War II. The migrants brought with them this wholesome noodle soup in the late 20th Century.

However, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen Mouni digging into her favourites. Time and again, we’ve seen her enjoying simple joys of life. For instance, when she went to Kashmir for her honeymoon, Mouni was slurping on a hot bowl of Maggi noodles in the chilly weather. Later, we saw her in Sri Lanka where she was spotted with cheese pizza and spaghetti aglio olio.

The 37-year-old actor is also deeply connected to her roots, as in the past we have found her satiating her taste buds with authentic Bengali food in Kolkata. There was bandhakopir torkari, baigun bhaja, pulao, payesh, jhalmuri, and more.