Street Food in Mumbai

In contrary to the popular perception, food smart, there is a lot more to devour on the Mumbai streets besides the scrumptious and most humble Vada Pav, known as a common man’s surviving food. Street food in Mumbai is just like its spirit; a potpourri of different cultures not only found in every gully of your neighbourhood Chaatwala but also served on the dinning table of a 5-star hotel. However nothing beats the taste However, nothing beats the taste of tangy bhel and lip smacking Sev-Puri served in our local streets of Mumbai in every corner of the street.If you wish to relish the most succulent and mouth- watering snack Chowpatty Beach and Marine Drive is ‘THE PLACE’. The most flavoursome and scrummy chat Sev Puri is made of flat chaat Puris,topped with boiled potatoes slices or smashed, finely cut onions and tomatoes, garnished with coriander, garlic, chilli, peanuts, and tamarind chutney.

Popularly Found at – Stalls of Chowpatty Beach and Marine Drive – Pure bread – Popular with different names, this water balloon is known as Pani Puri in Mumbai. This crunchy round purist also known as golgappas are basically made from Semolina or Aata. The vendor fills potato, black greenish chickpeas dipped in a mixture of sweet and sour tamarind and coriander water, spiced up with mint water adds an extraordinary tangy, delicious taste into your mouth. Best Enjoyed at – Elco Pani Puri Centre, 2\/A Elco Market, 46 Hill Road, Bandra – Pav bhaji – If you visit Mumbai, you can’t miss indulging in Mumbai’Favourite Pav Bhaji.

Juhu beach is the place where you may get the fantastic Pav Bhaji. You’ll find numerous Rehdiwalas, selling sumptuous Pav bhaji. Pav is a wide range of bread while bhaji is a mixture of different vegetables like potatoes, peas and more. These veggies are first boiled, and after that on a big circular Tawa, they’re cooked with chopped onions and tomatos smashed with a generous portion of butter. This delicacy is in the shape of a dumpling made from boiled and mashed potatoes with ginger, garlic, coriander leaves, turmeric, lemon juice and green chillies, served, stuffed in Vada, a wide range of Bread along with green chilly and mint chutney. Best Available at – Shrikrishna, near Chabildas High School, Dadar Market. The Bombay sandwich is one street food with an excellent combination of amazing ingredients in slices of abundantly buttered white bread or for more health conscious brown bread.Thinly sliced veggies like cucumber, beetroot, onion, boiled potatoes, tomato, are stuffed- in along with green chutney. Some variety can be relished when it’s grilled, best enjoyed it with tomato or chilli ketchup. Most Famous at- Amar Juice Centre, near Cooper Hospital, Opp.

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