Mumbai shows remarkable diversity in all its spheres and food is no exception. You can fill your stomach by spending INR 20 on two spicy, delicious vada pavs
or a plate of steaming, hot idlis
; or you can savour an excellent Japanese meal at Wasabi, Taj for INR 6000. Mumbai boasts of restaurants serving a large range of international cuisines - more than any other city in India. It also has a good balance of the north Indian and south Indian cuisines. It has happening pubs like Hard Rock Café (Worli / Andheri), The Little Door (Andheri) and Social (multiple locations) for those who like to party, and cheap places like Gokul (Colaba), Janta (Bandra) and Laxmi (Powai) for those who want to grab (more than) a few drinks with their friends.
From street food in gallis
to food trucks
, easily accessible food has always been Mumbai's promise. The financial capital of India, Mumbai also has some of the best cafes
. Keep your search for hidden gems
going in the city that is the Queen of Food.
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