Double Decker Bhel Puri To Fluffiest Aloo Paratha, 5 Street Foods You Must Try In Andheri

by Vinita Jain
Double Decker Bhel Puri To Fluffiest Aloo Paratha, 5 Street Foods You Must Try In Andheri

Mumbai’s food culture is defined by street food. People from all walks of life find solace in the roadside stalls dotted across the city. But, when we are talking about Mumbai street food, Andheri surely tops the list.  You can not only dig into your favourite vada pav and sev puri, the roadside stalls also offer many unique items that you simply cannot miss! We explored quite a few of them and absolutely loved them. So, here’s a list of must-try street food items in Andheri under ₹250.

1. Double Decker Sev Puri at Guptaji Bhelpuri

Sevpuri the sibling of panipuri, and bhelpuri is one of the most loved street foods. We discovered a 60-year-old eatery named Guptaji Bhelpuri near Andheri (W) station.  They gave a little twist to the authentic sevpuri with the Double Decker Sevpuri. Double Decker Sevpuri is basically a double layer of sevpuri. If you’re visiting Andheri, do hop on Gupaji Bhelpuri to try some delicious Double Decker Sevpuri for just ₹50.

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2. Heart Shape Chole Pattice At Guptaji Bhelpuri

You must’ve figured out that Guptaji Bhelpuri loves giving twists to their food items. Although they serve a plate of regular Chola Pattice, they make the pattice in cute heart shapes which definitely looks more appealing. Guptaji Bhelpuri serves Pattice with chole, onions, coriander, and cucumber on top along with curd and chutneys on the side. This Chole Pattice costs around ₹60.

3.The Fluffiest Aloo Paratha from K1 Paratha Corner in Andheri

K1 Paratha Corner in Andheri serves the most delicious and thick aloo parathas. K1 Parathas serve according to your diet preferences too. If you’re diet conscious, they can make your parathas in olive oil also. But the butter, thick, fluffy, and flavorful parathas served with curd and pickle are a delight. The aloo parathas here cost ₹120.


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4. Steamed Momos At Suraj Lama Momos

Once upon a time, Suraj Lama Momos used to be a cycle street stall, but now it’s converted into a small eatery. You can have the authentic Darjeeling-style Momos here. You can try your favorite momos but we recommend trying their basic steamed momos served with garlic and peanut chutney.

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5. Rolls At Charcoal BBQ

Charcoal BBQ serves one of the most lip-smacking and flavorful rolls. The best part about these rolls is that they are not very greasy and oily. If you’re somewhere near YRF studios, hop on Charcoal BBQ to have an affordable meal.

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