Mumbai is renowned for its street food. Read our article on some of the most popular street food dishes of Mumbai. When we visit a new place, the first thing we look forward to tasting the street food in that place. Mumbai is the homeland of some of the best street foods in the country. 1. Vada Pav
Mumbaikars won't deny if they're told that vada pav is one of the best foods in the world. Well, it is basically a burger with a hot and fried batata vada inside a bun(pav). But it is also wholesome goodness packed in a bun served with two chutneys and often a masala powder. This can also be considered as the staple food of Mumbai. This street food is born in Maharashtra and no other place in the country can serve this as deliciously as Mumbai. 2. Pav Bhaji
Pav Bhaji is a quite famous street food which is available across India. But Mumbai's pav bhaji is one of the yummiest pav bhaji's anyone can taste. Bhaji is made of mashed veggies with a lot of spices and pav is bun which will be heated with a lot of butter. Their combination is amazing. Mumbai offers various styles of pav bhaji which include cheese pav bhaji, Jain pav bhaji, Kolhapuri pav bhaji, and kadi pav bhaji. 3. Bombay Duck Fry
Bombay duck fry surprises outsiders when they find out the duck is a fish! The fish is fried with a crispy coating and it is quite tender inside which melts in the mouth. It's quite famous in the streets of Mumbai. 4. Chai
Chai is one of the best things that has happened to humanity. Although many places serve great chai Mumbai's chai tastes and feel different. Who wouldn't devour a hot cup of tea on a rainy day? Well, it rains almost 6 months a year in Mumbai. The cold can be escaped through a cup of chai made especially on the streets with thick and creamy milk and pure technique of the maker. 5. Mumbai Sandwich
Mumbai sandwich is different from other sandwiches. Although they don't use fairy dust, something similar makes the difference. A special spice powder is used in the sandwiches which makes us crave more for those. They also use ingredients like sev, boiled potatoes, and tamarind and coriander chutneys which are not used mostly anywhere else. 6. Kheema Pav
Kheema Pav is one of those dishes every non-vegetarian must taste once in their lifetime. This food is basically pav with mutton in it. The pav is heated with tons of butter and the mutton is minced and cooked slowly with spices, hence absorbing all the flavor from the spices. When eaten with buttery pav the flavors explode and it feels no less than heaven in our mouth. 7. Misal Pav
Misal Pav is originated in Maharastra and mostly found nowhere else. This is a dish made with lentils, boiled slowly and later made into a thin gravy. This gravy is then mixed with crispy Indian noodles and accompanied by pav. This dish varies across Maharashtra. There are different types of Misal pav including Kolhapuri misal, Pune misal, Kandeshi misal, and Puneri misal. Kolhapuri misal pav can be considered famous among these. It is spicier and more flavourful than the rest.