Utterly, Butterly Pav Bhajis To Have In Mumbai

MUMBAI: Pav bhaji is one fast food that is loved by almost everyone. This Maharashtrian dish is available in every nook and corner. But we have a question for you, is Pav Bhaji even complete without extra butter? We am sure the answer is no.  Well, in Mumbai, Pav bhaji is found in almost every restaurant and is also a part of a street food style. The orange bhaji made in butter is what makes it even tastier.  Below is the list of top places of Pav bhaji outlets to find in Mumbai: 1. Amar Juice Centre Amar Juice Centre is a street food favourite. They’re said to add their ‘secret’ chutney powder and a self-made Pav bhaji masala that adds a unique flavour and coats the Pav bhaji with a tangy zest. Ever crowded, this place is home to one of the best Pav bhajis in Mumbai, and attracts everyone from college students to office goers and tourists who have oh-so-often heard about Amar Juice Centre and its legendary status. What’s more, the place remains open till 2 am every day.  Location: JVPD Scheme, Vile Parle West, Mumbai – 400056 2. Bala Ka Dhaba I am sure you must be thinking, this is a Dhaba style place, somewhere on the highway, but you are wrong. Bala Ka Dhaba is a small food corner in Malad, especially famous for its Pav bhaji and Tawa pulao. If you are passing by this place, the aroma of freshly cooked bhaji will just drag you towards it. It would cost around 130 per plate. Location: Liberty Garden Road, Malad West, Mumbai – 400064 3. Sardar Pav Bhaji Yet another legendary place for you to savour the best Pav bhaji in Mumbai, Sardar Pav Bhaji adds a massive dollop of butter to their bhaji. While […] Read More

Street Food in Mumbai One Must Definitely Try Out

MUMBAI: When you hear Mumbai, the first thing that comes to your mind after Marine Drive is its street food. Mumbai, the finance capital, is known for its best kinds of varieties of street food serve with authentic preparations as well as fusions, because we Mumbaikar’s are just not satisfied with the regular style of food preparation. Mumbai rains is something everyone cribs about. But one can never take the chance of missing the street delicacies which is soul satisfying.  Although its lockdown and we cannot enjoy our favourite dishes, we can at least have a list of things to eat once the lockdown is lifted right? Below is a list of all the kinds of food you would find on the streets of Mumbai: Cutting Chai We all know about hustle and bustle in the city. But do you know where people get all the energy from to keep running all day? The secret is ‘Cutting Chai’. Mornings for a Mumbaikar are just incomplete without a cutting chai and Parle G. While walking the streets of Mumbai, if you smell adrak wali chai, do stop by and try out the taste of Mumbai when you visit next. Samosa Bhaiya ek plate samosa dena. We are all missing to say these golden words right? Mumbai street samosas are not just an evening snack but enjoyed all day. You will find a samosa shop in every 2 kms and railways stations are just incomplete without samosa pav. Mumbai Street Food’s Samosa with tamrid chutney gives a perfect mixture of tangy and spicy flavour. Not just this, Samosa chaat with yogurt, mint and tamrid chutney are equally famous. Gurukrupa located in Sion serves the best piping hot samosa and has been around for more than a decade.  Crispy Pakodas The next best […] Read More