When we say everyone eats Vada Pav in Mumbai, we mean everyone. It can be a snack or even a whole meal, Vada Pav has attained a holy status almost in aamchi Mumbai. There the humble Vada pav found in every nook and cranny of Mumbai as well as high end, gourmet versions surfacing in the best of hotels and restaurants. And here we have yet another version of our favourite bite, it is the Manchurian Vada Pav found outside Byculla Station!
What Is It?
Found right outside Byculla local station in Mumbai, where several street bites are sold enthusiastically every day without fail, tired passengers stop for a quick, spicy snack before the head on out to their respective destinations. And the Manchurian Vada Pav is soon gaining popularity due to its crazy combination, great taste and insanely low price.
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How is this vada pav different from the million others? Well, instead of the usual and familiar potato patty or vada inside a nicely buttered pav, this vada pav is filled with the Chinese favourite, Manchurian balls. Made of veggies, Manchurian is a popular dish in India too, often had with rice or noodles and available in both veg and nonveg options. It is spicy, bright red colour and extremely flavourful. Imagine you vada pav with Manchurian balls instead!
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What’s more, this insane combination is just for Rs 12 a piece. So next time you find yourself at the bustling Byculla station, be sure to pop outside and grab this goodie, it’s worth it.
And if experimenting is not something you like, well there is this super authentic and wildly popular vada pav sold in Lonavala. On your weekend getaway, stop and enjoy this humble goodie just the way you are used to, a simple aloo vada in between hot pav with the most amazing house-made chutney to go with it.
Address: Outside Byculla Local Station.
Price: Rs 12.