6 Best Street Food To Enjoy In Mumbai

Mumbai is truly a place to be if you love street food. Stalls of Pav Bahji, Pani Poori, Mumbai Bhel, Vada Pav, and some mouthwatering crabs and tikkas are everywhere. Every nook and corner sells specialties, and yet people don’t mind travelling long distances to finally arrive at best street food stalls to savor some of the best lip smacking foods. They go perfectly well with the humid summers, are loaded with spices and you wouldn’t want to miss them for the world.

Here’s a list of the best foods and places where you can find them…

6. Panipuri at Elco Pani Puri Centre

In the western metro city of Mumbai the famous street snack of India – golgappa gets its new name panipuri, that too with a delicious blend of tamarind chutney, potato, onion, chickpeas and much more. Awarded with the Certificate of Excellence 2013, Elco Pani Puri Centre is almost certainly the best food joint to enjoy the delicious tang of different types of fried snacks mixed together. Located opposite to the Globus Showroom in West Bandra, Elco Pani Puri Centre is quite popular for its reasonable prices, first-class quality and incredible taste.


5. Quick and spicy Vada Pav at Anand’s

In Mumbai, the count of vada pav stalls goes over five thousand, but no one makes it as appetizing as the Anand Vada Pav stall. Sited on the famous Gulmohar Road, Parle West the stall is just opposite to Mithibai College. There might be a magical ingredient that lures Mumbains in large numbers to the place, but the ones that your tongue will instantly discern are butter buns with green chutney, masala powder, and potato patty. Unbelievably, all these vada pav preparations are so quick that you get your order ready in less than half a minute.

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4. Seekh Kebabs in old world casual dining of Sarvi’s

Located on the Dimtimkar Road, West Byculla, Sarvi is a popular Mughali cuisine restaurant widely acknowledged for its luscious Seekh Kebabs. The restaurant offers both home delivery and takes away feature and has an old world casual dining structure with really reasonable pricing for delicious Mughali cuisine. You just have to place your order and four moist and soft seekh kebabs will be served and all set to melt in your mouth for just 80 rupees. The famous Mughali cuisine restaurant is also known for its kheema pav, paya soup, shammi kebab with delicious maska pavs.


3. Devour the tastiest chicken tikka rolls at Bademiya

Bademiya is one of the most popular destinations for chicken tikka lovers. It is an open air road side restaurant, which offers the most delicious and crunchiest chicken tikka rolls with kebabs and grilled chicken. The restaurant remains open for service throughout the night. Located on Tulloch Road, South Colaba, it can also serve the orders on the hood of your car and also has a take away service.


2. Enjoy the tasty tangy bhel puri at Badshah’s

Bhel Puri is the most popular street snack of Mumbai and the best place to try is Badshah’s stall number 11 at Chowpatty. Although, you will find hundreds of bhel puri makers in and around the chowpatty, you can easily spot “stall number 11” with a huge crowd surrounding it. The bhel puri they serve is rendered with chopped onions and potatoes with a beautiful garnish of crunchy aloo bhujjia and puffed rice. Moreover, the stall remains open all day and you can savor a plat full for just 30 rupees.


1. Enjoy the Extra Buttery Pav Bhaji at Sardar’s Pav Bhaji

Located near the Tardeo Road Junction just opposite to the Bus Depot of Tardeo, Sardar’s Pav Bhaji stall is undeniably the most favored pav bhaji stall for all Mumbains. The stall was awarded the Certificate of Excellence 2013 and is only open for after hour around 8pm on weekdays. With that huge slab of butter in the pav and the delicious bhaji served in a quality manner is perfectly good. Being a favorite of all pav bhaji lovers, the place always remains crowded and you may have to wait for long, before lay hands on your own plate.


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