Street food in Mumbai is not less than a paradise! For tantalizing your taste buds and for satisfaction you can definitely find a excuse to ditch your diet. First cutting chai, your longest brain freeze, guiltiest desert, spiciest vada pav, and the messiest Kathi roll. This street food in Mumbai is like no other. If you are in the mood to tantalize your taste buds, find your excuse to ditch that diet. So here it is, the ultimate list of the street food in Mumbai when you are visiting this sparkling city.
1. Guru Kripa, Sion
This place is a must experiment for all food lovers.This place is entitled as the Mumbai’s most famous samosa which is served with a gravy of chickpea and is tamarind-y in taste. Onion and coriander bits are sprinkled to garnish.
2. Narayan Dosa and Vada pav centre, Vile Parle
You can have a variety of doses namely Pizza Dosa, Jonny Dosa as well ad Pasta Dosa. Not only this but they also serve one of the best Cheese Vada pavs in the town. They also have Grilled Vada Pav, Butter Vada Pav etc. This place should be on the to-visit place for a real foodie.
3. K Rustom, Churchgate
If you wish to taste the best ice creams in the town you cannot afford to miss this place! One can find an abundance of flavours ranging from Black currant to coffee, kacchi kairi, almond crunch, raspberry, strawberry, chocolate and many many more nestled between two wafers. It has been serving since decades now and the customers have been increasing multiple folds.
4. Frankies at Breadkraft, Lokhandwala
SourceThe shop seems to be very simple, but trust me they are the FRANKIE SPECIALIST. It is a small, cosy place with a variety of veg as well as non-veg Frankies and Shawarmas. Highly Recommended.
5. Laxman Vadapav, Ghatkopar
When you talk about street food in Mumbai you cannot exclude Vada Pav! Paxman Vada Pav is serving the same since decades and has made name for itself not only in Ghatkopar but in whole the Mumbai. It caters a variety of Vada Pav which people love till date.