As diverse and colorful Indian culture is, so is the Indian street food. The vast variety of street food, can’t even be categorized state wise as every city has its own specialty. Whether sweet or spicy, Street Food in India offers it all. If you are a food lover, we have the list of the best street food in Mumbai right here for you.
Amar Juice Center:
Amar Juice Center in Juhu, near Cooper Hospital, is the place to go for relishing amazing fresh juices and Pizzas. With a variety of juices, milkshakes and pav bhaji, whatever you want to try it will be on the menu in a variety of different styles.
Elco Pani Puri:
When we talk about street food, the first thing that occurs in mind is Pani Puri. It is one of the most loved street foods not only in Mumbai but all over India. Puri is a crispy shell-like structure made from wheat dough. These puffed Puris are poked with a hole making a well like structure, stuffed with mashed potatoes and chickpea along with sweet as well as spicy chutneys (or sauces). As the vendor hands you one, eat the Pani Puri before the puri gets soggy. Though Pani Puri is a tempting street food to eat, be cautious where you eat as it contains water. The Elco Restaurant at Bandra is famous for its Pani Puri because of its amazing and unique taste.
Parker Biryani House:
Akshay Parker had been working as a chef at international luxury cruises and five and seven-stars hotels before the pandemic. In 2020, Akshay Parkar, started a roadside stall selling five-star quality biryani near Plaza Theater in Dadar, Mumbai. Parkar Biryani House is located in front of Sivaji Mandir and carries three varieties of biryani in the menu priced under Rs. 140. Parker Biryani House sells approximately 40 to 50 Kg of Biryani per day.
Sardar Pav Bhaji:
Pav Bhaji is the all time favorite food of Mumbaikars, however, did you know that Pav Bhaji was originally the late night food made for the workers from leftover food? It is a combination of various vegetables such as potato, tomato, cauliflower, green peas and other Indian spices finely mashed and topped with butter and is served with bread.
Sardar Pav Bhaji is a 53 year old Pav Bhaji center. It is unique for the butter as its crucial ingredient. Sardar Pav Bhaji swears by its loyalty to the utterly buttery delicious buttery Pav Bhaji. It is very famous as one of the best Pav bhaji sellers in the town. It is located on a 10 mins walking distance from Mumbai Central Station.
We hope you enjoyed our list of flavorsome restaurants around Mumbai. It has left us with our mouths-watering! You will find a limitless amount of options when it comes to delicious foods to try in Mumbai. It’s neither sophisticated nor gourmet, but it’s the quintessential Mumbai street food experience. Stay tuned with us as we bring for more information on street food within the next 15 days.