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Mumbai Street Food: 48 Places to Enjoy the Best Street Food in Mumbai

“There is no sincerer love than the love of (street) food” – George Bernard Shaw

Slurp, bite, gulp, hoard. Your first cutting chai, your longest brain freeze, guiltiest desert, spiciest vada pav, and the messiest kathi roll - 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, and walk through some of the best food galis in the country - fellow foodie, you are at the right place! Mumbai, the city of dreams. Thousands come from far and wide into this land, in the search of love, acceptance, money, fame and what not. And all these people need a solid taste of Mumbai street food.

So here it is, the ultimate list of the street food places in Mumbai when you are visiting this sparkling city.

1. Kheema Pav at Gulshan-e-Iran, Crawford Market

Where : 15, Corner Of MRA Marg, Musafir Khana Road, Crawford Market, Mumbai CST Area, Mumbai

Kheema Pao, Street food in Mumbai
Known best for its extremely delicious Mughlai specialities at maddeningly low prices, the best food items to try at Gulshan-e-Iran range from their Kheema pav, to the chicken tikka masala, Garlic Naan , Rabdi Kulfi and Firni for dessert. It’s beautiful how after a full stomach you can ask for the bill and wonder how it’s not crossing the thousand unit mark. Not even close.

Price : INR 450  for two 
What you must try : Chicken tikka masala, Garlic naan, Firni, Rabdi Kulfi

2. White Biryani at Noor Mohmaddi, Bhendi Bazaar

Where : 179, Wazir Building, Abdul Hakim Chowk, Bhendi Bazar, Near Girgaum, Mumbai

This street is home to some of the best street food places in Mumbai. The best time to visit Mohammad Ali road (where Noor Mohmaddi is, along with a lot of other great restaurants and roadside Kabab joints) is during Ramadan. This is the time when you can actually spot Bollywood stars roaming the streets and tasting the yumminess beside you. But you’re going to be too busy with your face in the plate to notice them.  

Price :
 INR 300 for two 
What you must try : Chicken Hakimi, White biryani 

3. Bun Maska and Mava Samosa of Mervan’s, Grant Road

Where : Ali Bhai Remji Road, Opposite Station, Grant Road East, Mumbai

Bun Maska, Street Food in Mumbai

Run into Merwan’s for some mouth watering pastries, tea cakes and cookies to soothe your sweet tooth! A big name on this side of town, Merwans is frequently visited by people who come here just to collect a package of baked goods for home, and also is a place people come to after work for a Irani chai and some freshly baked cookies.

Price :
 INR 150 for two
What you must try : Pastries, Irani chai, Bun maska pav

4. Samosa with Chola at Guru Kripa, Sion

Where : 40, Guru Kripa Building, Road 24, Near SIES College, Sion, Mumbai

Guru Kripa, guide to mumbai street food

Known as Mumbai’s most famous samosa, this dish is served with a gravy of chickpea and is tamarind-y in taste. Onion and coriander bits are sprinkled to garnish. A must try for those who love to experiment with Mumbai street food.

Price : INR 300 for two
What you must try : Gulab Jamun, Sweet Lassi, Chole – Bhature, Samosa Chole, Chole tikki

5. Tandoori Delicacies at Jai Jawan

Where : Opposite National College, Next to Chappal Market, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

Jai Jawan, Mumbai street food

After a long day shopping on Hill road, people stop at Jai Jawan, a crowd favourite for non veg snacks. It has the best non veg dishes on that side and is hardly ever forgotten. Once you eat here, you become a loyal customer!

Price : INR 600 for two
What you must try : Tandoori Chicken, Punjabi Prawns Masala, Punjabi Prawn Fry

6. Vodka Panipuri, Pratap Da Dhaba

Where : Link Plaza, Next To Punjab & Maharashtra Bank, Oshiwara, Andheri West, Mumbai

Pratap Da Dhaba, street food guide to mumbai

Something different for most of you to try, the Vodka Pani puri is still more of an unknown delicacy in Mumbai. The need for innovation got this gem of a dish to emerge in the Mumbai Street Food scene and even if you don’t try anything else, you must try this !

Price :
 INR 800 for two
What you must try : Prawn Biriyani, Vodka Pani puri , Rabdi Jalebi 

7. The Ultimate Chinese Thali at Sahibaan, Worli

Where : Near Atria Mall, Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai

Sahibaan, street food guide to mumbai

A hidden gem , Sahibaan is  one place that’s always waiting to surprise you after you find it . It’s famous Chinese thali comes armed with soup, fried rice, starters, Manchurian, and Ice Tea, all at a price that will leave you ogling at the bill.  The food comes in great quantities and its dumplings and soups are not to miss out on. Sahibaan also has more outlets in Bandra, Oshiwara and Colaba.

Price :
 INR 900 for two people.
What you must try : Chicken Shashlik Sizzler, Chicken Hot Garlic Sizzler, Prawns Hot Garlic Sizzler, Chinese Thali

8. Strawberry and Cream (Seasonal) at Bachellor’s, Charni Road

Where : 45, Sattar Sea View,Chowpatty Sea Face, Dr. Purandare Road, Marine Drive, Chowpatty, Mumbai

Bachhelor’s, Street food of Mumbai

Even though the strawberry and cream is on the slightly expensive side , it is totally worth it. The cream is fresh, the strawberries are fresher and you just cannot get enough of the delicacy. There are more options such as thick shakes,  other fruit creams and ice creams. Late Nighters swear by the Mumbai Street Food special that is Bachelorrs!

Price :
 INR 199 for the Strawberry and Cream.

9. Four types of Khichdi at Soam ,Babulnath

Where : Sadguru Sadan, Ground Floor, Opposite Babulnath Temple, Girgaon,Mumbai

Khichdi, Street Food in Mumbai
Who said you cannot be spoilt for choice whilst having the simplest kind of Indian food? The four types of khichdi; namely Sabudana Khichdi , Moong Dal/ Vaghareli Khichdi, Palak phada ni khichdi and Masala phada khichdi amongst many others! PS : It has a super awesome Low cal section for all you healthy eaters !

Price : INR 500 for two
What you must try : Gatte Ki Sabzi With Masala Satpadi, Moong Dal Khichu, Farsan Platter, Jowar Pita Pockets, Malai Malpua 

10. Panaki, Veg.Malpoa, Khichdi at Swati Snacks, Tardeo

Where : 248, Karai Estate, Opposite Bhatia Hospital, Tardeo Road, Mumbai

Swati Snacks, Mumbai Street Food

Ever heard of a Gujarati version of a Falafel? You get it at Swati and it is anything but boring. Swati’s panki and khichdi delicacies are the ones that make the Mumbai Street Food place worth it. If you want to head for a quiet, and simple lunch, head here for they will not disappoint you.

Price : INR 700 for two
What you must try : Pav Bhaji, Pav Vada, Panki Chatni, Satpadi Roti- Gatta Nu Shak, Rava Dosa

11. Veg. Lunch and Pina Colada at Govinda Restaurant, ISKCON

Where : Iskcon Hare Krishna Temple, Juhu, Mumbai

Govinda restaurant, Street food of Mumbai

Govinda’s is most known for its brilliant spread. There are always three types of starters, two types of dals, at least three types of main course dishes, three types of breads, three types of rices and three types of salads, all cooked in pure ghee and served in buffet style. This is followed by three types of ice creams and three types of sweet dishes, and drinks to accompany your meal. They also serve continental dishes for those who ask for it. The ambiance compliments the taste of the food and the entire place is peaceful and welcoming.

Price :
 INR 900 for two; cost per head for the buffet is INR 450
What you must try : The vegetarian lunch, Pina Colada 

12. Butter Chicken and Tandoori Specialities at Cafe Noorani, Tardeo AC market

Where : 5 D, Tardeo Road, Haji Ali Circle, Mumbai

Butter naan and chicken tikka masala, Street food in Mumbai

There is a common notion that one cannot go wrong with Butter chicken, and it is true, but one can always get better at it and Noorani is that level of better. Once the butter chicken at Noorani is tasted, a lot of others will be automatically cancelled out of your food list. Another thing to watch out for is its Tandoor socials and everything from the Kebabs to the rotis are equally delicious.

Price : INR 750 for two
What you must try : Chicken Masala, Chicken Tikka Masala, Butter Chicken

13. Chinese Specials at Babu Chinese, Worli

Where : 872, Subhedar Nagar, A.G Khan Raod, Worli, Mumbai

Babu chinese, Street Food Guide to Mumbai

It gets very difficult to find good Indian-Chinese food among all the roadside stalls and shops that dot the place, so we thought it would be great if we gave you trusted names for the best in taste and here it is!

Price :
 INR 750 for two
What you must try : Everything on the menu!

14. Non Veg Snacks at Aaron’s, Orlem Church, Malad

Where : 5, Lourdes Heritage, MarveRoad, Orlem, Marve, Mumbai

Aaron’s, Mumbai Street Food

Aaron’s Bake and brew goes easy on your pocket and violent on your taste buds and you will be far ahead from satisfied after an afternoon spent here snacking on its yummy pastries and other simple and light delicacies.

Price : INR 250 for two
What you must try : Chicken Mayo Sandwich, Chicken Makhanwala rolls

15. Ice Cream Sandwich/Biscuit at K. Rustom, Churchgate

Where : 87 Stadium House, Opposite Ambassador Hotel, Veer Nariman Road, Churchgate, Mumbai

Ice Cream Sandwich - Mumbai Street Food

Find an abundance of flavors ranging from Black currant to coffee, kacchi kairi, almond crunch, raspberry, strawberry, chocolate and many many more nestled between two wafers. One of the most legendary ice cream parlours of Mumbai, K Rustom has been serving hundreds of happy customers everyday and its fans just keep increasing! Mumbai Street Food is incomplete without hopping to K Rustom!

Price : INR 150 for two
What you must try : Almond Crunch and raspberry! Don’t shy from experimenting!

16. Malai Kulfi/Milan Kulfi at Kapoor Kulfi, Marine lines station

Where : 75/D, Opp. C Ward Municipal Office, Shree Kant Palekar Marg, Chandanwadi, Marine Lines, Mumbai

When you’re looking for the best Kulfi in town among all the choices offered to you, look no further than Kapoor’s Kulfi at Marine lines. The Kulfi has a texture that is the thing that will make you visit them again and again.

Price : INR 200 for two
What you must try : All the kulfis!

17.  Great hot dogs and other snacks at Between Breads, Pali Hill, Bandra.

Where : 2, Kalpitam Apartments, Opposite Hawaiian Shack, 16th Road, Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai

Between Breads, Street Food of Mumbai

Known to serve meat lovers of all kinds, Between breads is a colourful little place that sells great food at very economical rates. One of its walls is decorated like a Subway sandwich at it has your tummy hurling within as soon as you walk through the door.

Price : INR 800 for two
What you must try : Philly Cheese Chicken Sandwich, The chilli bacon dog, Veg Chilli lime pesto

18. Joey’s pizza, Malad West

Where : 8, Ashok Enclave, Chincholi Bunder Road, Off Link Road, Malad West, Mumbai

Joey’s pizza, Street food of mumbai

One of the best places for good pizza in the suburbs of Mumbai, Joey’s is known for its special American pizzas. True to the phrase it’s regulars use – ‘Chota packet Bada dhamaka’ Joey’s doesn’t try to impress you with its ambiance but solely with its food.

Price : INR 700 for two
What you must try : The Meats Pizza, Sezchuan Chicken Pizza, Spicy Keema Pizza, China Gate Pizza, Meat Ultimo Pizza, Cheese Garlic Bread, Tornado Pizza

19. Pav Bhaji and Masala Pav at Sardar, AC Market Tardeo

Where : Tardeo Road Junction, Opposite Bus Depot, Tardeo, Mumbai

 Sardar, Mumbai street food

Melt in the mouth pav and bhaji that is steamy, spicy and tangy, Sardar is featured in Zomato’s Legendary and perfect pav bhaji collections, and take our word for it, this pav bhaji is dressed to impress.

Price : INR 250 for two
What you must try : Butter Pav Bhaaji, Cheese Pav Bhaaji

20. Kung Pao potatoes , momos, and everything mexican and Asian at Kurries and Burries , Girgaum Chowpatty

Where : 29/A, Jethabhai Govindji Building, Opposite Merchants Club, Metro Motors Lane, Rangekar Road,Chowpatty, Mumbai

Asian Platter at Kurries and Burries, Mumbai street food

Kurries and Burries is a relatively new Cafe at the Girgaum Chowpatty that is a  favorite among the students of The Wilson College. The fact that it serves pure Vegetarian food is not a disappointment at all because of the way they craft their food. A joint that serves a nice blend of Asian food to all kinds, it also has Mexican food and desserts. Worth a visit!

Price : INR 400 for two
What you must try : The Kung pao potatoes, Paneer Chilli wrap

21. Loco Chino, Mexican food, Burritos , Bandra

Where : 389, A Wing, Gagangiri Premises Co-Operative Society, Carter Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

Loco Chino, Street food of Mumbai

A lot of people say that Loco Chino has the most precise menu in town, and the food, as described in the menu is bad at disappointing you! the Endamame and truffle dimsums are a beautiful choice and the dips are worth dying for!

Price : INR 400 for two
What you must try : Everything!

22. Punjabi food, Mini Punjab, Pali Hill, Bandra

Where : 3, Kailash Shopping Center, Junction Of 16th & 33rd TPS Road, Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai

Mini Punjab, Mumbai Street Food

Fancy decor, and a cosy experience for the diners, Mini Punjab produces mouth watering delicacies from its tandoor. When you watch the dish come to your table it’s the longest wait of your life because you won’t be able to resist digging in and relishing the succulent pieces of meat and paneer in your mouth.

Price : INR 800 for two
What you must try : All things from the  tandoor!

23. Falooda at Baadshah, Crawford Market

Where : Dr DN Road, Crawford Market, Mumbai CST Area, Mumbai

Baadshah, Street food of mumbai

Baadshah at Crawford Market has been around for quite a while. Serving great, value for money food, they’re especially known for their amazing falooda. Their pav bhaji is also worth a try.

Price : INR 450 for two
What you must try : Royal Falooda, Special Pav Bhaji

24. Parsi Cuisine at Kyaani and Co.

Where : JSS Road, Jer Mahal Estate, Opposite Metro Cinema, Marine Lines, Mumbai

Kyaani and Co, Street food Mumbai

Kyaani & Co has now sort of become the go to place when no one knows where to eat. A perfect day at Kyaani includes some bun maska , a few glasses of Chai, desserts and drooling at the baked goodies. And Jujubes, oh my food, Jujubes! (Jelly candies covered in sugar)

Price : INR 300 for two
What you must try : Chocolate mousse, Rose Jelly, Khari, Cheese Scrambled Eggs, Irani Chai, Kheema, Mawa Cake

25. Brunch at Mama Mia!

Where : 8-9, Rizvi Palace, Near Parsi Agiyari, Hill Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

Mama Mia, Mumbai Street food

A favourite amongst the college goers, Mamma Mia is the best place to have great food at the most affordable prices. They are known for their Chinese food and pizzas. Great ambience and the good quantity of the food add to the favourable experience here!

Price : INR 550 for two
What you must try : Garlic Bread Supreme

26. Mughlai food at Delhi Zaika, 2 tanki, Mohammed Ali Road

Where : Near A.P College, Chapra Hotel, M.S Ali Road, Near Nishat Cinema,Grant Road, Mumbai

Delhi Zaika, Street food of Mumbai

Mughlai food is something which tingles the taste buds of almost everybody. Delhi Zaika is one of the best places in Mumbai to have authentic Mughlai food.

Price : INR 800 for two
What you must try : Chicken Kepsa, Malai Chicken, Chicken Reshmi Kabab and Tandoor dishes

27. Thalis at Nanumal Bhojraj

Where : 8 & 9, 183, Tardeo Road, Ganga Jamuna Cinema, Tardeo, Mumbai

Veg Thali, Street Food of Mumbai

This is one of the best places to enjoy some amazing pure vegetarian dishes. Serving some really tasty vegetarian fare, their food quantity is perfect and consistent, which is why it’s a favourite of so many people. The thalis here are one of the finest in town.

Price : INR 400 for two
What you must try : Super affordable and yummy thalis

28. Farhid’s Seekh Kabab, Jogeshwari

Where : Behram Baug, Jogeshwari West, Mumbai

Farhid's Seekh Kabab, Street food from Mumbai

Soft, melt in the mouth kebabs and buttery paranthas. If this is what you’re craving for, then head over to Farhid’s, an iconic Mumbai street food joint located in Jogeshwari.

Price : INR 250 for two
What you must try : Kebabs and Parathas

29. Bademiya’s rolls

Where : Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai

A Mumbai street food joint located in Colaba, needing no introduction, Bademiya’s is the perfect place if you’re looking to satisfy your late night hunger pangs. though you might have to wait a bit before getting table, the food here makes it worth the while.

Price : INR 700 for two
What you must try : Kebabs, Rolls

30. Bhagat Tarachand’s Paneer Delicacies.

Where : Shatrughan Tower, Sector 18, Vashi, Navi Mumbai

Bhagat Tarachand, Mumbai Street Food

Another one for the vegetarian folks. Large and with plenty of seating space, this place serves really authentic vegetarian food. Their paneer dishes are truly exemplary.

Price : INR 450 for two
What you must try : Paneer delicacies, Papad Choori, Moong Dal Sira

31. Sadguru Pav Bhaji, Chembur

Where : Acharya Shopping Centre, Dr CG Road, Chembur, Mumbai

 Sadguru pav bhaji, Street food of Mumbai

Though it’s small and usually always crowded, it’s one of the most popular vegetarian street food outlets in Mumbai. The Pav bhaji served here is indeed out of the world.

Price : INR 600 for two people
What you must try : Pav Bhaji, juices 

32. Parsi and Iranian Cuisine at Brittania and Co.

Where : Wakefield House, 11 Sprott Road, 16 Ballard Estate, Fort, Mumbai

Brittania and Co, Mumbai Street food

One of Mumbai’s favourite retro restaurants, Brittania and Co calls itself a retsurant that serves exottic parsi and Iranina food. Known best for its berry pulao , it is always filled with eager customers and has a steady fan following.

Price : INR 850 for two people (approx)
What you must try : Berry Pulao 

33. Snacks at Monginis 

Where : Everywhere!

Monginis, Mumbai street food
We would call Monginis the most underrated snack store in town. This place has been around for years and has been a saviour in times of extreme hunger with its super low prices and super yummy food. The little pizzas and pastires are to die for and they’re there everywhere ! Mind you, some outlets are better than the others.

Price : INR 200 for two
What you must try : Chicken pan pizza, puffs

34. Jalebis at Panchratna Jalebi House

Where : Opera House, Near Roxy Cinema, Tata Road 1, Girgaum, Mumbai

Panchratna Jalebi  House, Mumbai Street Food

This is the place to be for the ones who simply love having hot and sweet jalebis! Throught the day jalebis are served along with Fafda and other condiments!

Price : INR 100 for two people
What you must try : Anything from the namkeens that are freshly fried to the Jalebis.

35. Satkar

Where : 15,1st Floor, Dreamland Building, Opposite Railway Station,Goregaon East, Mumbai

Satkar, Mumbai Street food

Rightly called a hidden gem by Zomato and its fans, Satkar is one of those pearls you find when you take the extra mile to find it. The food cooked reminds one of home and steel plates are just beautiful to eat in.

Price : INR 450 for two
What you must try : Every fish item!

36. Laxmi Next, Powai

Where : IIT Main Gate, Powai, Mumbai

Laxmi Next, Street food Mumbai

A favourite among students and people visitng IIT Mumbai, Laxmi sells some of the best Pav Bhaji and traditional Misal pav in the city.

Price : INR 550 for two
What you must try : The great Pav Bhaji, Misal pav and Tawa Pulao

37. Chilled Spicy Bhel at M.G Road, Mulund West.

Where : MG Road, Vidya Vihar, Mulund West, Mumbai

Chilled Seafood Bhel, Mumbai street food

A mix of everything  spicy, tangy and tantalizing to your tongue, the mixture is made heaven;y with the addition of ice and sev. Have it during Monsoon for extended food orgasms and delightful repertoires with Mumbai Street food.

Price : INR 100 for two
What you must try : Icy Bhel

38. Masala papad at Kalbadevi

Where : Kalbadevi, Mumbai

masala papad, street food of Mumbai

Freshly made crispy papad topped with masala has become a favorite snack among Mumbaikars who opt for everything more than vada pav. An uncomplicated delicacy in itself, the Masala papad is simple yet tantalizing in its ways.

What you must try : Masala Papad

39.  Bun Maska at Qutuz (Stays Open All Night)

Where : Qutuz, Chincholi Bunder Road, Mindspace, Malad West, Mumbai

Qutuz, Mumbai street food

A saviour for people who work in Malad, Qutus is an Iranian joint that stays open all night and has people drinking Irani chai and munching on Maska pav all the time.Gutuz is near Infiniti mall , Malad and is one of the best places in Mumbai for Street food.

Price : Rs 150 for 2 (approx)
What you must try : Bun maska

40. Chocolate Sandwich at Mamaji near Ruia College

Where : Nand Deep Building, L.N. Road, Oppo. Ruia College, Matunga East

Chocolate sandwich, Mumbai street food

Chocolate sandwiches are really common in the Mumbai street food scene but this one, sold near the park opposite Ruia college has the best. They use Hersheys syrup and some really really good quality dark chocolate. It is heaven in your mouth for 50 rupees.

Price : INR 350 for two
What you must try : Chocolate grill, cheese chocolate grill 

41. Samosas at 5 am, Mumbai Local Train

Samosas, Street food mumbai

Not a common thing to write in a list, these samosas sold by homemakers who sell it in the trains during rush hour are some of the best. Even though they don’t sell you chutney, you get two samosas for 12 ruppees and it can fill your stomach for the next two hours. Most people travelling back home at rush hour buy these fresh and hot samosas and relish it waiting for their destination to arive. Other snacks like Poha, vadapav, pakodas and bhajis also come around and you have a wide variety to choose from. Dig deep, and its a Mumbai street food delight hard to ignore!

42. Kokum Sharbat at Vinay Health Home

Where : Jawar Mansion, Dr BA Jaikar Marg, Charni Road, Mumbai

Not all the snacks and juices that you get on the Mumbai local platforms are yummy (or safe); but the kokum juice that you have to specifically ask for costs 5 rupees and is one of the most refreshing drinks you will have. Mix some nice masala to give it a twist.

Price : INR 300 for two
What you must try :  Thali Pit, Misal Pav, Kokum sharbat

43. Parathas at Bimal Paratha House

Where : 4, Gautam Complex, Sector 11, CBD-Belapur, Navi Mumbai

Paranthas, Mumbai street food

Parathas for every mood, Bimal serves upto 100 different types of Paratha and is truly a dhaba experience of dining, an essential bit of Mumbai street food!

Price :
INR 400 for two
What you must have :
 Their lovely paranthas 

44. Kulfis at Kandivali, near the HP petrol pump

Kulfis, Street food Mumbai

At this kulfi stall, the kulfis are prepared right in front of you and frozen fresh within two minutes. Of course you need to see it to believe it!

What you must have : Their famed kulfis

45. Keralian Cuisine at Grace Restaurant, Nerul

Where : Sector 3, Opposite Maharashtra Bank, Nerul, Navi Mumbai

Grace Restaurant, Mumbai Street Food

One of the best places to have home styled roast specialities of Kerala, Grace serves food in a number of meats and speciaises in appam and curries. Going here will never be regretted, they serve some of the best Keralite non veg food in Mumbai.

Price : INR 500 for 2 people
What you must try : Wide array of Kerala food, especially their super soft appams

46. Kala Khatta Sharbat at Kalingar

Where : Opposite Chatrapathi Shivaji Station (Victoria Terminus)

Kala Khatta, Street food mumbai

Kala Khatta in Mumbai is a must try, be it as a flavour in gola (Ice candy) or as a sharbat (drink). Kalingar serves one of the best Kala Khatta sherbats in the city. 

47. Vada Pav at CTO, Fountain, (Victoria terminus ), South Mumbai

Where : Opposite Flora fountain, Mumbai, Mahārāshtra, India

Vada Pav, Mumbai street food

If you are confused by which Vada pav to try among all the options in front of you, head to the Central Telegraph Office area at Fountain in South Mumbai to taste one of Mumbai’s best (and safest) vada pavs. 

What to you must try : Spicy vada pav

48. Shiv Sagar ka Meetha Paan

Where  : 66/68, VP Road, CP Tank Circle, Girgaum, Mumbai

Thanda paan, Street food of mumbai

Ending this wonderful list on a sweet , mouth freshenin note, the paan we get at shiv Sagar in Girgaum is one of the best you will have. It roughly costs 20 ruppees and is filled with a number of great ingredients and then refrigerated. having cold paan in your mouth is one of the best feelings in the world!

Price : INR 450 for two
What to have : Their yummy vegetarian food and of course, the famed cold paan!

If this list doesn't make your mouth water then we don't know what will. The street food in Mumbai is a melting pot of many cultures and even today continues to amaze locals and tourists alike. many. Any trip to Mumbai is incomplete without feasting on these local delicacies. Have we missed out any of your favourite street food joints? Let us know in the comments below!

This post was published by Pooja Nair