Places To Eat In mumbai
Places to Eat in Mumbai
Perfectly defining the cosmopolitan culture of Mumbai are its culinary delights. Whether you belong to North or South India,
you will feel at home in the financial capital. Not just Indian, but you can also relish Continental, American, Italian,
Chinese and Mediterranean food here. To know what to eat and where, continue reading.
Local Fast Food
There is no doubt that the street food of Mumbai is popular across the nation and overseas. Spicy flavours, pleasant aroma
and colourful presentation of food are enough to tempt you. The all-time favourite of the people of Mumbai is vada pav, a
vada stuffed in pav. Mashed boiled potato, mixed with coriander, green chillies and garlic, and then coated with gram flour
and deep fried in oil makes a vada. Anand Stall (Vile Parle West), Ashok Satam's Stall (CTO, Fort) and Swati Snacks (Tardeo)
are popular for their vada pavs. Do remember to have bhel puri at one of the stalls in Juhu or Chowpatty Beach. To calm your
hunger pangs, you can also try a Bombay sandwich at Mafco Stall (Worli Sea Face) and Amar Juice Centre (Juhu Galli).
Lip-smacking misal pao can be had at Vinay Health Home (Thakurdwar), while vodka pani puri can be relished at Pratap Da
Dhaba (Andheri West). Furthermore, a range of pav bhajis, another famous Marathi snack, can be had at Sardar (Tardeo Road).
No matter if it’s day or night, you can grab a delectable bun maska at Qutuz (Malad West). When you crave for scrumptious
kebabs, you can march to Farid Seekh Kebab Centre in Jogeshwari. Those in love with pizza can visit Eva’s Pizza on Military
Road. Few more street food items that you can enjoy in Mumbai are sevpuri, dahipuri, ragda pattice, samosa, aloo chaat and
Global Main Course
People from every corner of India migrate to Mumbai to fulfil their dreams, bringing their culinary arts to the metropolis.
A variety of cuisines can be enjoyed in the financial capital at both fine and casual-dining restaurants that serve
delectable entrees. Located near the airport within ITC Maratha, Peshawri specialises in North West Frontier cuisine. The
restaurant’s specialities like buttery dhal bukhara and murgh malai will lure you again. Draped in luxury and style, the Taj
Mahal Palace Hotel’s restaurants like Wasabi By Morimoto, Sea Lounge, Shamiana and Golden Dragon and Souk are ideal choices
for a fine-dining experience. You can relish Mediterranean, Chinese, Japanese, Continental and Asian dishes at these dining
Vegetarians can make their way to Govinda Restaurant outside ISKCON Temple. Their buffet includes a variety of starters,
main course dishes, Indian breads, dals, rice preparations and salads. If non-vegetarian is your choice of food, then try
butter chicken and tandoor socials at Cafe Noorani (Haji Ali Circle). Parathas are an all-time favourite of Indians; while
in Mumbai, you can find over 100 types of these at Bimal Paratha House in CBD-Belapur. For homely food, you can make your
way to Satkar Rice Plate House in Goregaon East. You can satiate the craving for Mughlai dishes like chicken reshmi kebab
and chicken kepsa at Delhi Zaika on Grant Road.
If you are in Worli with Mumbai packages, then do try the Chinese thali at Sahibaan. You can also gorge on lip-smacking main
course delights at Indigo (Colaba), Koh by Ian Kittichai (Marine Drive), San-Qi (Worli), China House (Santacruz East), Ziya
(Nariman Point) and Stella (Andheri East).
Desserts and Confectionary
One of the most famous local sweets is modak, prepared using milk, coconut, sugar or jaggery and wheat flour, during Ganesh
Chaturthi. Another popular dessert you can have in Mumbai is shrikhand, which is yoghurt mixed with nuts, cardamom, saffron
and sugar. Mission Impossible dessert at 5 Spice Restaurant on Perin Nariman Street is a unique delight for sweet-toothed
people. If you want to savour something you have never tasted before, then you can have chocolate sandwiches near Ruia
On asking locals about the best place to get meetha paan, you will surely get the address of Shiv Sagar in CP Tank Circle.
The delectable hot jalebis of Panchratna Jalebi House in Girgaum are fairly popular among city residents. Those in love with
ice cream should try the fruity tangs of Naturals, a nationwide chain in operation since 1984. Their coconut, choco chip and
sitafal flavours are top favourites; you can find their parlours across the city. For a cooling effect in the warm weather
of Mumbai, you can relish kulfi near the HP petrol pump (Kandivali), strawberry and cream at Bachelor’s (Charni Road) and
ice cream biscuits at K. Rustom (Churchgate). Other famous places to have something sweet are Candies (Bandra West), Dark
Temptation (Marine Lines), Sugar Bugar (Sanpada) and Suleman Mithaiwala (Mumbai Central).
Indeed your mouth would be filled with water after reading this. So, pick India tour packages, pack your bags and head to
the metropolis today.