Top 15 Street Food in Mumbai must eat before you die

Top 15 Street Food in Mumbai must eat before you die

Mumbai city is different from most cities in our country. Mumbai that has a little of everything and attracts many people from all corners of India. The food here is as diverse as the people, ranging from street food to fine cuisine to small snacks. For all those visiting this great city, here are some items you must try

Chicken Momos at Kepchaki Momos :

Chicken Momos

Mumbai doesn’t have nearly as many varieties of momos or momo sellers when compared to Delhi. But what we lack in quantity, we make up for with quality and the authentic Nepalese momos at Kepchaki’s stall on Carter Road are a delicious example of that.

Butter Chicken Rolls at Khane Khas :

Butter Chicke

We have found you a not-so-sweet (read: perfect) butter chicken and it comes in the form of rolls. Extremely popular for it’s North Indian food, Khane Khas is the best place for your butter chicken cravings.

Sizzlers at Kobe ’s, Girgaum :


In this shop, all items are reasonably priced keeping in mind the quantity that greets you, Kobe’s hasn’t changed throughout the years, serving lip-smacking sizzlers with the same great taste. Come here to add some spice and sparkle into your mean for even the desserts are sizzling masterpieces.

Punjabi food, Mini Punjab, Pali Hill, Bandra :

Mini Punjab

Cozy experience and a  Fancy decor for the diners, Mini Punjab produces mouth-watering delicacies from its tandoor. When you dish come to your table it’s the longest wait of your life because you won’t be able to resist digging in and relishing the succulent pieces of meat and paneer in your mouth.

Gujarati Thali at Shree Thaker Bhojanalay :


Buried in a little lane in Kalbadevi, Thaker serves one of the best Gujarati thalis in Mumbai. Made using the freshest ingredients, it’s the very definition of generous. The aamras in summer and undhiyu in winter are just two seasonal specialities we love here.

Keralite food at Grace restaurant, Nerul :

Grace restaurant

It is one of the best places to have home styled roast specialities of Kerala, Grace serves food in a number of meats and spiciness  in appam and curries. Having food here will never be regretted, they serve some of the best Keralite non-veg food in Mumbai.

Pani Puri at Elco :

Pani Puri

Famous for its chaat, this Bandra eatery is buzzing at all hours. There’s nearly always waiting and if you’re impatient, you can choose to wolf down their speciality – Pani Puri – at one of the chairs outside the restaurant. Indoors, you’re handed a plate with the spicy and sweet pani, sprouts to use as stuffing and puris served separately, so you can fill your puri with just the right blend you like.

Chicken Pattice at PAC :


The tiny shop run by the Parsi Amelioration Community at Grant Road’s Nana Chowk is filled with delicious Parsi snacks, many of which are gloriously deep fried. One of our favourites is the Chicken Pattice that comes with bits of chicken in a white sauce encased in a flaky, buttery pastry.

Kosha Mangsho at Bhojohori Manna :


This restaurant offers authentic Bengali meals that won’t burn a hole in your pocket. The Kosha Mangsho makes for a delicious comforting meal, best followed by their Nolen Gur (jaggery) ice cream.

Chicken Sandwich at Candies :

Chicken Sandwich

What makes Candies so popular is its modestly priced grab and go meals. Their chicken sandwich is a classic and comes slathered in their signature mayonnaise, which anyone who has ever encountered it will know is rich, sweet, slightly peppery and terribly indulgent.

Eggs Kejriwal at The Bombay Canteen :

Eggs Kejriwal

Originally served at the Willingdon Club, this dish is always part of our order every time we visit The Bombay Canteen. It’s as delicious as it looks, with runny-yolked egg topped with cheese that’s set on bread made in-house and surrounded by a pool of fresh green chutney.

Ice Cream Sandwich at K Rustom :

Ice Cream Sandwich

K Rustom’s ice cream sandwiches have been a city favourite for decades. We love the seasonal fruit ice creams (they make one of the best mango ice creams in town!) and the thin wafers their generous slabs of ice cream come sandwiched in.

Mutton Puffs at A1 Bakery :

Mutton Puffs

The quintessential Bandra snack, flaky pastry encases a flavourful mutton filling. It’s pocket-friendly, available from around 6 am, and totally delicious!

Chocolates at La Folie Du Chocolate :


This pretty dessert shop at Kala Ghoda sells beautiful pastries, but it’s the chocolates that keep us coming back for more. From the luscious dark chocolate bars and pralines to the bonbons made using intriguing fillings like exotic berries and smoky Earl Grey, if you’re a chocolate lover these are absolutely unmissable!

Royal Falooda at Badshah :


Nothing helps beat the weariness of shopping through Crawford Market like the Royal Falooda at Badshah. With plenty of sabza seeds and a dollop of vanilla ice cream on top, this is a refreshing treat for city-dwellers.   

If you are in the mood to tantalize your taste buds, fall in love with Mumbai all over again, find your excuse to ditch that diet or are struggling to find what more does this city has on its menu- fellow foodie, you are at the right place! Mumbai, the city of dreams. Many people come from far and wide into this land, in the search of love, acceptance, money, fame and what not. Every people need a solid taste of Mumbai street food.