“Mumbaikars love street food” that’s one thing beyond any doubt. High end restaurants may serve delicious dishes, however generally they'll be extremely dearly for your pockets. That’s when these words come to your rescue- Street Food. If you’re a Mumbaikar chances are the image of Vada Pav pops in your head. Mumbai is arguably the road food paradise of Republic of India, and therefore Vada Pav is not the sole street food Mumbai is known for. Here’s a list of famous street food joints in Mumbai:
The delicious and tender Mysore Masala Dosa of the Dosa center set on Bhulabai Desai road, outside Sophia Girls College is the favourite choice of not only the college crowd but of all types f people. The dosas served here are different from other joints. The joint has even made it to the CNN Travel list of famous food joints in Mumbai.
located in Vile Parle West opposite Mitthibai College, this Vada Pav stall attracts everybody from students to businessmen. The place is hard to miss as loads of people come to eat here. The place is so loved that they dish out more than thousand Vada Pavs every day. Also not to miss is the chutney served alongside the Vada Pav. One can also have mini bottles of sweet lassi from a stall right next to it.
The place is a humble looking stall situated on the Dimtimkar Road in West Byculla. Sarvi is a ninety year shop which doles out mouth watering Mughlai delicacies Seekh Kebabs. The place offers home delivery and takes away.
located at a street behind The Taj Palace Hotel in Colaba, this place is for late nighters. The outlet is opened till 4’o clock in the morning. Bademiya is of the most famous destinations for chicken tikka lovers. Even Bollywood celebs come here to gorge on the chicken tikka. The open wheel kitchen serves the best tandoori rolls in whole Mumbai.
Mumbai people like Pav with nearly everything and Pav Bhaji is one amongst the simplest and fashionable street foods in Mumbai. If you happen to be anyplace around Tardeo, explore for no place else, Sardar Pav Bhaji is the best option. The shop is near VT station and serves hot and tasty bhaji with pavs fried in butter.
To beat the heat and humidity of Mumbai, Haji Ali Juice Center is the right option. The varieties of juices and falooda offered here would make you to wish to come back here. Sitafal milkshake is one of the most sought of options.
Pani puri is another snack that the Mumbaikars swear by. And to have the best Pani Puri in town head straight to Elco’s in Bandra. Also available are bhel puri, Sev puri, and ragada patties. The place uses mineral water. Chances are that you can even spot a bollywood actress.
Another Mumbai specialty this one is from Irani cafe. The place is full of activity even at 3 AM in the morning. If you are hungry at night then Churchgate would not disappoint you.
Amidst numerous stalls serving bhelpuri in Chowpatty stands stall number eleven that serves the best. The bhel puri they serve is rendered with sliced onions and potatoes with a gorgeous garnish of fresh aloo bhujjia and cold cereal. Moreover, the stall remains open all day and you'll be able to savour a plate full for a meagre thirty rupees.
located right Outside Xavier’s College, VT the street vendor serves the best Bombay Sandwich. Set as a small stall (not bigger than your table) the place is a favorite among Mumbai wallahs.