Mumbai is the city of dreams.. but it’s also the city of food! Curly Tales has made a list of all the iconic dishes you have to try in Mumbai in under ₹200. So burst of taste in your mouth and it’s easy on the pocket! Here are 5 dishes you have to try in Mumbai –
1. Pizza Dosa – Anand Stall
Gone are the days when Dosa only meant a plain dosa or Masala Dosa Anand Stall at Vile Parle serves about 64 Types Dosas which includes a Pizza Dosa. Near Mithibai College, this is a 40-year-old stall serves a dosa with pizza toppings and sauces! If you can’t decide between a pizza & a dosa, Anand Stall lets you have both!
Address: Gulmohar Road No. 1, Opp. Mithibai College, Vile Parle West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400056
Phone: 098334 42623
2. Maggi Missal – Hungry Heads
Hungry Heads in Powai & Ghatkopar serves Maggi in the form of pizza, burgers & even Misal! Give a Maggilicious twist to your regular missal with the Maggi Missal here! If you love the combination, this is the place to be!
Powai: Shop No 1, Hakone, Next to Powai Plaza, Central Avenue Road, Hiranandani, Powai, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400076
Ghatkopar: Shop No: 2, Ground Floor, Vallabh Vihar, MG Road, Opp. Kotak Mahindra Bank, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077
3. Amritsari Kulchas – Sainath Kulcha
Between Rs 50 – Rs 80
If you’ve been craving authentic North Indian kulchas, Sainath Kulcha in Chembur should be your go-to place! Located in the heart of Chembur at Chembur Camp, this small joint is right opposite everyone’s favourite dessert corner – Jama Sweets. Sainath Kulcha was the first to introduce authentic Amritsari Kulchas to Mumbai. Back in the day, Sainath used to sell kulchas only for 2 aanas, and now they range from ₹50 to ₹80.. how the time changes! Despite that, Sainath has been receiving loyal customers for years.
Address: Sainath Kulcha, 21, Kolwada Borla Rd, ChemburColony, RCF Colony, Chembur, Mumbai
Cost: ₹100 for two people
4. Vada Pav – Dhiraj
Rs 20 – Rs 70
Dhiraj Vada Pav, opposite NM College started off 20 years back when he used to sell vada pav for only ₹2! He was popular among the college crowd and youngsters in the area because of his simple yet tasty vada pavs. In today’s time, Dhiraj’s vada pavs start from ₹20 and he has mixed the quirkiness of sauces, butter and chutneys to his age old recipes. The Vada Pav is prepared with mashed potatoes mixed with spices and chickpea flour. This then rolled into a ball and deep fried. The deep fried ball is stuffed inside a pav, lathered with chutneys, sauces and lots of butter. Hasn’t this already made your mouth water.
Address: Dhiraj Vada Pav, Bhaktivedanta Swami Rd, Navyug Society, Swastik Society, Vile Parle West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400056
5. Chaat – Ram And Shyam
From Rs 70 onward
When we talk about lip smacking street food one cannot miss out on the chat patta chaat that is ruled by the Ram and Shyam Brothers in the by lanes of Santacruz. This legendary stall has been running since almost 59 years now,
and was first opened by the brothers’ great grandfather. They have 12 items available on their menu and they range from ₹70 to ₹80! They have a long list of customers, and some of them even belong to the film industry! They are even proud to have their Food Parceled to Mr. Anil Ambani’s House amongst the many others.
Address: North Avenue, Santacruz West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400054
Phone: 076666 66004