12 MUST TRY Food Joints In Mumbai
Be it any place in India, every city has a specialty, a street food variety that represents the city. If you’re a Mumbaikar, chances are, the image that pops in your head is Vada Pav. Mumbai is arguably the street food paradise of India, and the ubiquitous Vada Pav is definitely not the only street food Mumbai is famous for. Here’s a list of famous food joints in Mumbai with their specialties for people with discerning palates.
Chicken Tikka Rolls at Bade Miyan, Colaba
This is the ultimate food joint for all non-vegetarian gourmets. Located right behind the Leopold cafe, Bade Miyan has an absolutely lip-smacking menu with Chicken Tikka rolls, Baida roti, and Kheema as the favorites.
Shawarma & Falooda at Shalimar
This isn’t really a street food joint, but the list would be incomplete without the mention of the famous Falooda from this place. Also, the Mughlai Chicken and rumali roti would make you want to stay for dinner. Paradise for Kebab lovers.
Mysore Masala Dosa near Sophia College
A complete diet in itself, Masala dosa is one of many popular breakfasts that Mumbaikars love. The crispy Mysore Masala Dosa of the Dosa center located on Bhulabai Desai road, right outside Sophia College is our favorite pick. All that can be said about the delicious Dosas of this place has already been said. You wouldn’t be disappointed with any item on their menu.
Misal Pav at Vinay Health Home, Charni road
This is probably the single most famous place to have delicious Misal Pav. Missal pav is among the most popular breakfasts in Maharashtra. The place guarantees a delightful meal for your taste buds.
Kheema and Seekh Parathas at Sarvi, Byculla
Kheema and Seekh Parathas make an awesome combination and an enjoyable breakfast meal. All the joints that serves Kheema are crowded right from the breakfast hours till lunch. Sarvi, one of the best Kheema joints in Byculla is an easy choice for all gourmands. Kheema Pav is another popular breakfast in Mumbai.
Pav Bhaji at Sardar Pav Bhaji, Tardeo
Pav is to Mumbaikars what rice is to south Indians. Mumbaikars prefer Pav with almost everything and Pav Bhaji one of the best and popular street foods in Mumbai. If you happen to be anywhere around Tardeo, look for no place else, Sardar Pav Bhaji is the first place that every gourmet must visit.
Churchgate Khao Galli
Located equidistant from Marine lines and Churchgate station, Khao Galli is one of the most sought after street food hubs in Mumbai. It is not famous for anything in particular, mainly because the whole place is any gastronomic’s delight.
Juices at Haji Ali Juice Centre, Mahalakshmi
In the troubling heat of Mumbai, Haji Ali juice center serves as the perfect shelter. The variety of juices and falooda would make you want to come to this place again and again.
Pani Puri at Elco Pani Puri Center, Bandra
Pani puri is easily the second best anytime snack after Vada Pav. Other combinations that one can try are bhel puri, Sev puri, and ragada pattice. Elco Pani Puri is famous for its variety and mouthwatering Pani puris.
Juhu Chowpati for the full range of street foods
Juhu is not just famous for Juhu beach, half the crowd on the beach comprises the foodies who enjoy the street food at Juhu Chowpati. Almost every popular street food is available at these stalls. Perfect place for trying everything that Mumbai offers in the name of Street food.
The Bombay Sandwich at Sandwich Wallah, VT
If you ever wondered where the crowd from Xavier hangout, you would find your answer at this place. Famous for the variety of sandwiches, Sandwich wallah is a must visit food joint near VT.
Vada Pav at Dheeraj, Meethibai College,
Ville Parle West
Firstly, it is impossible to pick THE BEST Vada Pav stall in Mumbai. There are probably a hundred best Vada Pav stalls in Mumbai. But, I had to pick one so I picked my favorite. It is as famous as any restaurant in the neighbourhood.