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Best places to have street food in Mumbai

Mumbaikars love their food and so do we. Be it the Vada pav,Pav bhaji or the famous bhelpuri .Do you feel like its about time to tantalize your taste buds, fall in love with Mumbai all over again or just wish to taste some exotic delicacies – fellow foodie you are at the right place. These are some of the Best places to have street food in Mumbai which offer food worth dying for.

Bade Miya

Bade miya is one of the most iconic places to eat non-veg in Mumbai, known for its Lamb boti and Kebabs. Eachnight, its sought out by hordes of customers who need their taste buds to taste juicy kababs and exotic rolls.

Established in 1946 by a 13-year-old Mohammed Yaseen as a stall has now turned into a successful chain of restaurants and stalls. Bade miya has been covered by a lot of leading newspapers and websites and is often visited by celebrities too.

Bade miya offers mouthwatering food in affordable rates till wee hours. They also have a separate veg stall to lure in vegetarians for their delicious veg rolls, tikkas and biriyanis.

 

Address- Behind Hotel Taj Mahal, Tullock road,Apollo Bandar, Colaba.

Anand Vada Pav stall

No matter which state you live in you must have heard about Vada-pav. This is the most pocket friendly and delicious snack available on the roads of Mumbai.Vadapav is one thing that you will find every street, corner and turn of Mumbai. Anand Vada pav stall is famous for their distinctive style.

 

Vada is a potato patty mashed with garlic, onion, greenchilies and coriander.Pav is a soft and spongy white bread that has a layer of coriander chutney and is served with a dollop of butter. Everyday Anand Vada pav stall sells a whooping thousand to two thousand Vada pavs.

 

Address – Opposite Mithibai college, Gulmoharroad ,Villeyparle west

 Sardar’sPav bhaji

Mumbaikars love their pav and prefer pav with almost everything . Pav bhaji is one of the best and popular street foods in Mumbai. Pav Bhaji originated in Maharashtra but now it is available in every state. Despite that traditional Maharashtrian Pav bhaji is an evergreen favorite.

 

A popular pav bhaji joint in mumbai is the Sardar’spav bhaji – a five minute walk from mumbai central station. Mutter pav bhaji to anyone and they will give directions to Sardar’spavbhaji. Such is its popularity among locals.Ask for pav bhaji and you will be served with two metal plates:one containing thick vegetable curry and the other with a well buttered bread with a dollop of butter on its top. You just cant get enough of Pav bhaji.

Slurp shakes at Haji ali juice centre

Haji Ali juice Centre is situated real close to Haji Ali dargah and Mahalaxmi temple and we all know how hot it can get in Mumbai. All devotees after paying their respects often head for a sip of variety of juices available at the Haji Ali juice Centre.

 

They have some great recipes of veg pizzas,sandwiches,smoothies,faloodas and juices. They are always innovating new recipes to keep their customers happy.

Some of their very famous items are sitafal cream and sitafal milkshake which sell like hot cakes.

Address: LalaLajpatrai Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400026. Landmark: Haji Ali Shrine

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