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10 Best Street Foods You Must Have in Mumbai

street food of mumbai

Street food of Mumbai is the foodstuff which is sold by dealer trade hawkers from convenient market stalls in Mumbai. The financial capital of India, Mumbai is very well known in all over the world for its unique street foods. People from all monetary classes eat street food almost round the clock and it is sometimes felt that the flavor of street food is good as compare to the costly restaurants in the city. So, here we are giving you a list of 10 best mouth watering street foods that you can have in Mumbai.

1. Vada Pav

Vada Pav is the one thing that you will easily find in every corner, street and crossroad in Mumbai. Pav is basically an Indian bread bun and a fritter stuffed with mashed potato in between the bread is named as ‘Vada’. This delectable dish is served with sweet and spicy chutneys and green fried chilies. There are over 50,000 Vada pav stalls in Mumbai and gives an assortment of Vada Pav styles such as cheese, schezwan, or grilled.

2. Pav Bhaji

Pav Bhaji is now obtainable all over India with the local variations. But, the customary Maharashtrian Pav Bhaji is an evergreen desired. Pav is basically bread which is heated on a pan with a light use of butter and ‘Bhaji’ is a Marathi word which is for vegetables. In Pav Bhaji a range of vegetables mashed and then cooked with spices and seasonings. Hence, Pav Bhaji is a treat as well as delight for every Mumbaikar.

3. Frankie Roll

Mumbai is said to be the origin of Frankie Roll which consists of flour wraps which is filled with the eggs, cheese, mashed potatoes, chicken or mutton. The key ingredient is complemented by the spicy sauces and raw onion. Moreover, this is very delectable and you can also choose between the non vegetarian and vegetarian Frankie Roll as per your choice.

4. Pani Puri

Pani Puri is known by different names in all over the India and a street snack that is famous everywhere. This wonderful dish consists of a round and hollow fried crisp Puri which is stuffed with a mixture of potatoes, chickpeas, tamarind chutney. The most important ingredient in this dish is spicy water.  Moreover, there is nothing more divine that the explode of flavor in your mouth when you chew up on the Puri and permit the ingredients inside it do the magic.

5. Bhel Puri

Bhel puri is one of the mainly widespread all-day snacks and is a type of flavorful chaat.. In this dish there is a crunchy, sweet and sour mix of puffed rice, chopped onion and tamarind chutney. It is mixed and then eaten on the spot and most vendors will make up their own variations. Chowpatty Beach in Mumbai is the home of bhel puri, where it should be eaten while ambling along the beach.

6. Kebab

Kebabs are mainly originated in the Middle Eastern countries, this is one delicacy that has hardened its cooking hold over the non-vegetarian fans in Mumbai. It is basically consists of chunks of fish or red meat that are marinated and grilled over a BBQ pit by using a skewer. Therefore, you must have it on a visit to Mumbai.

7. Kheema Pav

We have already told you that Mumbai people or Mumbaikars love “Pav” or bread rolls. Another widespread dish in Mumbai is known as Kheema Pav. It is Pav with a dish of minced meat that is prepared by using various spices. Additionally, it is served with many sides such as onions, lemons and pickles.

8. Falooda

Falooda is mainly a sweet dish which is mainly presented in a glass. It comprises of vermicelli, flavored milk, tapioca pearls as well as chunks of gelatin. It is usually made with rose flavored milk and garnished with rose syrup. In addition to this, now a days you can find it as a scoop of ice cream in the glass. This pleasantly chilled glass of bliss is “Mumbai version” of a chocolate sundae.

9. Dosa

Dosa is a staple South Indian dish and is a thin pancake like food which is prepared of using fermented rice batter.  This dish has left its mark all over the nation and Mumbai mainly. The variety offered in Mumbai when it comes to Dosa is marvelous. Masala Dosa, Cheese Dosa, Plain Dosa are some types of Dosas and are very scrumptious. 

10. Sandwiches

Everybody is known with this one snack, Sandwich. It is dish not from India but it has made a good impression on Indian people. The roadside sandwiches in Mumbai although, have its own story. Besides, there are limitless variations of Sandwich that are mayonnaise, schezwan, egg, cheese, toasted, grilled, vegetable and many more.  

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