Top 10 Street Food Markets in Mumbai

Top 10 Street Food Markets in Mumbai

When we hear the word “street food” we only think of small stalls placed side to side, even when you have a small amount of money the only thing that comes our mind is street food!

Well, with over more than 1 billion population in India street food is available around every corner and the specialty about street food is that people from all classes, whether the person is health-conscious or not or whether the person is a gym freak, they eat the street food once in a while and some even consider street food better than many restaurants.

No matter how much you have 50 rupees or 500 rupees you can still eat enough till your stomach aches because of the different variety of street food available in India.

One more interesting fact about India is the name also changes from place to place for example what we call pani puri in Mumbai is called Golgappas in Delhi and like this, the list will go on and on,

Have you ever wondered why are the people crazy about the street food of Mumbai, well let me help you find out the reason and also the top street food markets that are famous in Mumbai.

   1. Kheema Pav at Gulshan-e-Iran, Crawford MarketGulshan-e-Iran, Crawford Market

It is known for its delicious Mughlai specialties at low prices, it is the best food item from the Gulshan-e-Iran range. It’s just so amazing how you can you fill up your stomach and still, your bill would remain under the thousand mark. Gulshan-e-Iran is no doubt one of the best street food in  Mumbai and is a must-visit whenever you travel to Mumbai for the best street food experience.

Location: 15, Corner of MRA Marg, MusafirKhana Road, Crawford Market, Mumbai CST Area, Mumbai

   2. White Biryani at Noor Mohmmaddi, Bhendi BazaarNoor Mohmmaddi, Bhendi Bazaar

Mohammad Ali Road is one of the best street food places in Mumbai. Ramadan is one of the best times to visit the Mohammad Ali Road, where along with Noor Mohmaddi other street food is also available, and this is also a time when you can actually spot many famous Bollywood stars enjoying the street food just like you.

Location: 179, Wazir Building, Abdul Hakim Chowk, Bhendi Bazar, Near Girgaum, Mumbai

   3. Samosa with Chola at Guru Kripa, SionGuru Kripa, Sion

Love to experiment with Mumbai street food?

then I guess this one is just for you, known for the most famous samosa around Mumbai!! Samosa chole and some sweet lassi is so amazing and delicious, people from different parts of  Mumbai and other states come specially to eat samosa with chole at Guru Kripa, Sion

Location: 40, Guru Kripa Building, Road 24, Near SIES College, Sion, Mumbai

   4. Anand Vada PavAnand Vada Pav, Mumbai

One of the most famous street foods in Mumbai  (Maharashtra) is Vada Pav when a Mumbaikar hears the word “street food” the only thought that comes to his mind is Vada pav. In Mumbai, Vada pav is considered the most mobile food, don’t believe me then just go to catch a train in Mumbai and see for yourself as many people would try to catch the train with a Vada Pav in hand.

The most popular Vada pav in Mumbai is Anand Vada Pav

Location: Opposite Mithibai College in Vile Parle (W)

   5. Falooda at Baadshah, Crawford MarketBaadshah, Crawford Market

Baadshahis famous for chilled delight falooda, it has been serving over 100 years to its loyal customers. It has given a modern touch falooda and consists of a wide variety of falooda like Royal Faloodha, Paan Masala Falooda, Chocolate Falooda and many more various types of faloodha which has made Baadshah a landmark in itself.

Location: Dr. DN Road, Crawford Market, Mumbai CST Area, Mumbai

   6. Pav Bhaji and Masala Pav at SardarPav Bhaji and Masala Pav at Sardar

The best street food in India is Pav Bhaji and Sardar in Mumbai is the best and serves the most delicious Pav Bhaji not only they know how to perfectly use the spices but they also have the fluffiest pav, visiting Sardar for Pav Bhaji while you are in Mumbai is a must in order to experience the most delicious Pav Bhaji you are ever going to have.

Location: Tardeo Road Junction, Opposite Bus Depot, Tardeo, Mumbai

   7. Pani Puri at Elco Pani Puri centerElco Pani Puri center

The most popular Pani Puri that is served around Mumbai is the Pani Puri of Elco it is famous not only for the most delicious Pani Puri but also the hygienic and the cleanliness, having trouble to believe it right? like how can a “Street Food” be served in hygienic conditions, its not only famous for Pani Puri but also the brown bread pav bhaji and its super delicious.

Location: Hill Road in Bandra

   8. Sarvi RestaurantSarvi Mumbai

Seeking for the juiciest kebabs all over the city well this place is the perfect fit for the juiciness you are looking for, Sarvi restaurant is been in the city for a very long time and is never failing to serve the delicious kebabs every day to its customers, which automatically makes it the leader of any Mumbai city for the best Seekh kebabs in the city.

Location: Opposite to the Nagpada Police Station, located in the center of a six-way junction.

   9. Bademiya- Chicken tikka rollsBademiya- Chicken tikka rolls

Bademiya known best for serving the most delicious chicken roll in Mumbai, it is a must-visit for anyone who is going to Mumbai to experience the juicy and delicious chicken tikka roll with the perfect mix of flavors.

Location: Tullock Road, Apollo Bunder, Colaba (Colaba)

   10. Bachelorr’s- Juices and MilkshakesBachelorr’s- Juices and Milkshakes

One of the best hangout places and also serving delicious street food to its customers and best known for serving fast food, ice creams, juices and many shakes. Been in the city from 1930’s and every Mumbaikar is been there at least once which has made a great impact on the other markets as due to this it has generated loyal customers and regular visitors, for delicious juices and shakes trust me this is the place you are looking for.

Location: Bachelorr’s, Chowpatty Sea Face, opposite Birla Krida Kendra, near Charni Rd station

If this list doesn’t make your mouth water, then we don’t know what will. Mumbai street food is a melting pot of many cultures, and even today it continues to amaze locals and tourists alike.


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