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The best of Mumbai Street Food!

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Mumbai is a multicultural city full of hope, inspiring stories, nightlife, and the best street food in the world. People here famous for are always being in a hurry and require something inexpensive and filling to eat and enjoy themselves. Mumbai has a significant influence on street food, with influences from Gujarat, south India, and Parsi cultures. The authentic flavors and delicious taste are a treat for foodies that won’t break the bank. If you enjoy trying new dishes and enjoy eating out, Mumbai is the place to be. You can’t resist the chatpata and mouthwatering street food in Mumbai’s lanes.

Here is a list of the most famous and super yummy street foods that you can enjoy whenever you visit Mumbai. 

  1. Vada pav

Needless to say, Mumbai is famous for its finger-licking vada pavs. A bun (pav) and a fritter (vada) stuffed with mashed potatoes. The dish is served with spicy and sweet chutneys, fried chilies, and garlic powder chutney. You can also try cheese, and grilled vada pav. 

  1. Pav Bhaji

Another famous street food from Mumbai that you should definitely try Mashed potatoes with plenty of other vegetables and spices served with buns. Buns are fried in butter for that extra crunch, which makes them even more flavorsome. It is topped with onions and green chutney, which tastes divine. 

  1. Bhel puri and sev puri

Bhel puri and sev puri are among the most popular foods on the streets of Mumbai. Bhel puri is made of rice puffs, tomatoes, onions, and tamarind chutney, topped with fresh coriander and lime juice. 

  1. Batata vada

Batata vada is popularly known as “aloo bonda.” A mashed potato patty is deep-fried. Served with various chutneys, it tastes best with green and tamarind chutney. It is basically an aloo pakora in Mumbai style. 

  1. Bombay sandwich

If you are in Mumbai, then it is a must-try for you. Buttered bread is stuffed with onions, boiled potatoes, and tomatoes. You can try the grilled version of this along with some additional paneer. It is spicy, tangy, and absolutely delicious. 

From students to working individuals, tourists to locals everyone relishes Mumbai’s street food. The price of most Mumbai street food is affordable and thus making it the best of Mumbai. 

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