Fan of Vada Pavs? You can stop dreaming about your favourite street food, because we’ve got the best ones right here! From Vada Pav fondues, to cheese burst vada pavs, we’ve got them all!
1. Vada Pav Fondue , At MRP
‘At MRP’ in Oshiwara is pumping up our favorite staple food with spices and lots of gooey cheese in a fondue. The Vada Pav Fondue is made up with traditional vada and pav but served in a totally different style. Not only is the vada spiked with some spices and cheese to give it a new taste, but it is served with a fondue of gooey cheese that is a total hit with people.
Also read: Get Vada Pav Fondue Only At MRP Oshiwara
Address: 3rd, Floor, Om Heera Panna Mall, Oshiwara, Andheri West
Phone: 022 30151799
Approx cost: ₹1,000 for two people, ₹360 for Vada Pav Fondue
2. Cheese Burst Vada Pav, Hungry JDs
Fellow Borivali’ites, your favourite Hungry JD’s, is now out and about with a full-time restaurant! And it gives a cheesy twist to the Bombaiya vadapav – The Cheese Burst Vada Pav! Ever imagined having your favorite Mumbai street food filled with oodles of cheese? Well, the Latino cheese burst vada pav here is true to its name, and the vadas boast of oodles of dripping cheese! The vada is made with potato, beans, jalapeno, spiced up with chipotle and the buns are arranged with lettuce, slice of cheese, cherry tomato and chipotle mayo. You have to witness it, to believe it! They serve the cheese burst vada pav between 12 noon and 7pm only.
Address: Hungry JD’s, Near Shubharam Ground, Ahead of Eskay Resort, Link Road Extension, Borivali West, Mumbai – 400091
Price: ₹700 for two people (approx.)
Timings: 4PM- 12AM
Service of Latino Cheese Burst Vada Pav between 12 noon and 7pm only
3. Butter Chicken Pav, Pack-A-Pav
For all the vada pav and the chicken lovers, Pack-A-Pav has the perfect combination called ‘The Butter Chicken Pav’ for you.Pack-A-Pav, a tiny joint in the suburbs of Mumbai offers an impressive lot of non-veg and veg favorites; the standout being The Butter Chicken Pav. This yogurt-and-spice-marinated chicken,dressed in a velvety red bath comprising of butter, onions, ginger and tomatoes, scented with garam masala packed in a pav is priced at ₹130 and is a must try on the menu.
Bandra West: Shop 2, St. Andrews Road, Near New India General Store, Pali Hill.
Juhu: Room 6, Javed Manzil, Kishore Kumar Marg, Juhu Tara Road.
Andheri West: Shop 3, Meera Apartment, Versova Link Road, Opposite Versova Social.
Kemps Corner: Shop 5, Chinoy Mansion, Opposite Saint Stephen Church, Warden road.
Costs: ₹500 for two people
Timings: 12 PM to 12 AM
4. Best Vada Pav In Mumbai, Anand Stall
A gem in the Vile Parle universe. We tried Anand’s Butter Vada Pav lathered with loads of butter and chutneys at ₹20. Another favorite would be the Grilled Cheese Schezwan Vada Pav that was tasteful with schezwan, cheese and grilled to perfection for ₹60.
5. The Hidden Pav At Farzi Cafe, Lower Parel
You must have got the story here by now. I mean! Isn’t the name enough? Farzi Cafe in Kamala Mills serves The Hidden pav which is basically bread inside the vada.
Can we call it inverse Vada Pav?
Where: Farzi Cafe, ground floor, Kamala Mills, SB Marg, Lower Parel.
How Much: ₹295 plus taxes
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