Mumbai is a city for everyone. Here one can find food for merely ten rupees and for as expensive as thousands. The typical cuisine here is Maharashtrian, but food from every nook and corner of the country is available here. When you visit Mumbai, you can give a shot to this list of street food of Mumbai.
There is a busy Crawford market near CST (Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus) station. This is a great place for shopping and within the market premises, lies Badshah Falooda. The place serves one of the best Falooda in Mumbai. Falooda is a dessert mix, which includes flavored ice cream, vermicelli, sweet basil, jelly, etc. At Badshah, try Pan flavored and their signature royal falooda. The place is always crowded but is worth a little wait. The falooda at Shalimar restaurant, Sandhurst Road is also a delight.
Vada Pav and Pav Bhaji are the icons of Mumbai. These dishes are not only inexpensive but also a delicious treat. You can try Pav bhaji at Cannon, Near CST station, Sardar, near Tardeo road junction, Siddhivinayak Fast Food, Juhu Chowpatty, to name a few. For Maharashtrians, every cooked vegetable is bhaji and Pav Bhaji is a mix of different vegetables. Pav is simply a bread bun, which is served hot with a layer of spices and butter. Also, Pav Bhaji is all time favorite street food of Mumbai.
This is yet again a savory evening snack in Mumbai. Puri is wheat based crisp fried sphere. It is filled with mashed potatoes and tangy juice (lemon or mango usually) and eaten as a whole. You should visit Elco at Linking road. Linking road is a famous place for street shopping, so after a tiresome shopping, how about some savory delight?
Chicken tikka rolls
Chicken tikka rolls at Bade Miyan, at Colaba is the favorite night food junction for the people in Mumbai. The best part of this chicken tikka is the aroma and flavor of Charcoal, on which the meat is roasted.
If you are looking for plates of seafood, especially crabs in Mumbai, we suggest trying them at Mahesh, at Fort Area. It is a fine dining place and serves the best crabs in the town.
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