The Bombay Sandwich is a street food of Mumbai with a combination of most unlikely ingredients. It consists of three buttered white bread slices with slices of beetroot, boiled potatoes, cucumbers, onion rings, and mint chutney between them. The sandwich also comes with a toasted variant.
You can try at Mafco Farm Fair on Worli Sea Face and Sandwich Wallah outside Xavier’s College in VT.
Falooda, an Indian adaptation of the Persian dessert, is a rich drink of vermicelli mixed with milk, almonds, pistachios, rose syrup, and basil seeds, topped with ice-cream.
Where To Try: Badshah at LT Marg in Crawford Market
Also Try: Juices and milkshakes at Bachelorr’s at Chowpatty Sea Face
3. Prawns(in Sion)
Hazara does some of the finest Prawn Koliwadas found in the city. It is a great option if you are looking to savour some quick bites. The Fish Koliwada is an original recipe of Hazara. The fish is marinated in spicy koli masala and then fried. According to locals, Hazara was one of the earliest restaurants in the area and still carries the tag of being the best places for street food in Mumbai.
4.White Biryani ( Mohmmad ali road)
This street is home to some of the best street food places in Mumbai. The best time to visit Mohammad Ali road (where Noor Mohmaddi is, along with a lot of other great restaurants and roadside Kabab joints) is during Ramadan. This is the time when you can actually spot Bollywood stars roaming the streets and tasting the yumminess beside you. BUT you’re going to be too busy with your face in the plate to notice them; so. Price: Rs 300 for two people. What you must try: Chicken Hakimi, White biryani
5.Bun Maska and Mava samosa of Mervan’s. ( Grant road)
Run into Merwan’s for some mouth watering pastries, tea cakes and cookies to soothe your sweet tooth! A big name on this side of town, Merwans is frequently visited by people who come here just to collect a package of baked goods for home, and also is a place people come to after work for a Irani chai and some freshly baked cookies.
Price: Rs 150 for two people.
What you must try : Pastries, Irani chai, Bun maska pav.
6.Vodka panipuri , Pratap Da Dhaba ( Andheri west)
Something different for most of you to try, the Vodka Pani puri is still more of an unknown delicacy in Mumbai. The need for innovation got this gem of a dish to emerge in the Mumbai Street Food scene and even if you don’t try anything else, you must try this !
Price: Rs 800 for two people. What you must try : Prawn Biriyani, Vodka Pani puri , Rabdi Jalebi
7. Eva’s pizza , Military road, Marol (Andheri East).
Forget all of the over priced pizza companies you’ve been ordering from. Marol has one of the best and tastiest pizzas and its extremely pocket-friendly! Quick service, friendly and a meal of garlic bread, pizza , a drink for 250 rupees ! What more do we ask for !!
Price : Rs 600 for a big meal for two people.
What you must try : Hurricane pizza
8.Butter Chicken and Tandoori specialities at Cafe Noorani, Tardeo AC market.
There is a common notion that one cannot go wrong with Butter chicken, and it is true, but one can always get better at it and Noorani is that level of better. Once the butter chicken at Noorani is tasted, a lot of others will be automatically cancelled out of your food list. Another thing to watch out for is its Tandoor socials and everything from the Kebabs to the rotis are equally delicious.
Price: Rs 750 for two people.
What you must try : Chicken Masala, Chicken Tikka Masala, Butter Chicken
9.Ice cream sandwich / biscuit at K. Rustom, Churchgate.
Find an abundance of flavors ranging from Black currant to coffee, kacchi kairi, almond crunch, raspberry, strawberry, chocolate and many many more nestled between two wafers. One of the most legendary ice cream parlours of Mumbai, K Rustom has been serving hundreds of happy customers everyday and its fans just keep increasing! Mumbai Street Food is incomplete without hopping to K Rustom!
Price: Rs 150 for two people.
What you must try: Almond Crunch and raspberry! Don’t shy from experimenting!
10.Great hot dogs and other snacks at Between Breads, Pali Hill, Bandra.
Known to serve meat lovers of all kinds, Between breads is a colourful little place that sells great food at very economical rates. One of its walls is decorated like a Subway sandwich at it has your tummy hurling within as soon as you walk through the door.
Price : Rs 800 for two people
What you must try : Philly Cheese Chicken Sandwich, The chilli bacon dog, Veg Chilli lime pesto.