5 Snacks To Grab Under ₹30 In Mumbai That Are Not Vada Pav

by Shreya Ghosh
5 Snacks To Grab Under ₹30 In Mumbai That Are Not Vada Pav

Mumbai and its street food are not only restricted to Vada Pav and hundred other variations of pav. There is so much that the city has to offer to Mumbaikars and others. The best part is that you can relish this city’s street food that too under Rs 30. The price is quite surprising as Mumbai is a very expensive city in all ways. So without further ado, let’s look at 5 mouth-watering snacks under Rs 30 In Mumbai that is noway similar to vada pav.

1. Frankie

Frankie is one of the most popular snacks in the city. Most college students love to hog on Frankies as they are very filling and delicious, one Frankie is like a full meal and comes under a small budget. Some places in the city that sell the best Frankie are Churchgate Khau Galli and Tibb’s Frankie.

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2. Bombay Sandwich

Every city has its own version of special street foods with its own taste and twists. Such a snack is Bombay Sandwich. There are stalls all over the city selling hundreds of Bombay Sandwich every day. This sandwich is made with bread slices smothered in butter and filled with a lot of vegetables. This is undoubtedly one of the most favourite snacks under Rs 30 in Mumbai. Sandwich Wallah, Xavier’s College, VT and SNDT Women’s University, Nathibai Thackersey Road are the most popular shops in the city for Bombay Sandwich.


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3. Masala Khichiya

Masala Khichiya is the perfect street food for every vegetarian. Not only vegetarians are fans of this scrumptious snack, but non-vegetarians also love a plate of masala khichiya too. This crunchiest snack is served with lots of onions, tomatoes, sev, and also seasoned with lots of spices for the perfect tongue-tickling taste.

4. Bun Maska

Mumbai is a city of cultural diversity and its foods have flavours of every culture found in the city. Bun Maska, originally a Parsi food is the most humble and comforting food ever. It is an iconic part of every Irani cafe in the city and tastes the best with a piping hot cup of chai.

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5. Akuri On Toast

Akuri On Toast is a popular Parsi snack found across the city, loved by many. Mumbai has so many Parsi eateries and this is something that everyone enjoys. Akuri is actually spicy scrambled eggs seasoned with fried onions, ginger, coriander, chopped chilies, and black pepper, and is served with bread toast. The best companion to this snack is a hot cup of chai.

Streets foods are a must outside of every college in the city. Check out the most loved stalls outside Mithibai, UPG & NMIMS.