A huge aspect of Mumbai’s culinary is the street food. And there is much more we get in Mumbai than vadapav and dabeli. There are many food stalls at every nook and corner of the city selling delicious street food which can be a great company with your ‘cutting chai’. These foods are tantalizingly cheap and can give a rush to your taste buds. Here are some of the delicious street food widely available in the city of dreams.
- Misal pav
These mainly consists of pav and misal which is a gravy-like substance made out of beans and topped with potatoes, onions and sev.
- Bhel Puri
Mumbai’s bhelpuri is very different than the ones you might find in the north. The mixture of sweet, salty and spicy flavours in this delicacy makes it stand out. Visit any beach and you will find a bhelpuri wala standing around.
- Aaloo tikki chaat
The tikki is mainly mashed potat mixed with spices and onion and is shallow fried. It is garnished with chutney made out of tamarind and other vegetables. Sometimes curd is also used in the chaat to make it tastier.
Momos are what every college going student enjoys eating every now and then. This dish has a lot of variants both for vegetarians and non vegetarians and is served with red chutney.
- Kanda bhaji
This onion fritter is especially enjoyed with chutney or with a hot cup of coffee in the rains. It mainly made up of onion slices dipped in chick pea flour and then deep fried.
All the sweet tooths, this food is an absolute dream when it comes to street food. This circular shaped with hot sweet syrups is a go-to when you get a sugar rush.
These street foods are so mouthwatering and drool-worthy that iy will amke you guilty not to try them.