In Mumbai For Ind Vs SL? Here Are Five Best Street Food Joints

Street food in Mumbai is more than just fulfilling your hunger; it's about embarking on a gastronomic journey that tells the story of this vibrant city
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Mumbai, a bustling metropolis renowned for its vibrant culture, is not only a cricket enthusiast's paradise during matches but also a foodie's haven. As you immerse yourself in the excitement of the ICC World Cup 2023 Ind vs SL cricket match, don't miss out on the quintessential experience of indulging in Mumbai's delectable street foods. Here are the five best street food joints that encapsulate the city's culinary charm.

Maji Sagar, Tardeo for Pav Bhaji

Maji Sagar, situated just across the road from the famous Sardar Pav Bhaji, is an iconic Udipi restaurant providing traditional South Indian dishes with a side of local delicacies. When compared to Sardar, who only sells Pav Bhaji, Maji Sagar's menu does not include it. Though this restaurant does not appear on many lists, you should still give their food a chance. 

Address: Rajni Mahal, Shop Number 1&2, Madan Mohan Malviya Marg, Near, Tardeo A/C Market, Malviya Nagar, Mumbai

Nitin Vada Pav, Borivali 

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This stall does not have any particular name, but rather, it's named after its owner, Nitin (Nitin Vada Pav). Even if you're unable to locate this place, you'll be able to easily spot it, considering the large amount of people visiting this place in the evening. Located near IC church, Nitin opens his stall only during the evening time and closes the stall after all the vada pav's are sold. 

Address: I C Colony, Maryland Complex, Borivali West, Mumbai

Ram and Shyam for Bhel and Chaat, Santacruz

Ran by two brothers, Ram and Shyam, this place in Santacruz serves one of the best bhel and chaat in all of Mumbai. Their bhel puri, sev puri and dahi puri are their most loved dishes among people. At Rs 70 for a plate their sev puri is pretty expensive, but it's definitely worth it considering the taste and hygiene. 

Address: North Avenue Central avenue corner, Santacruz West, Mumbai

Ayub's Restaurant, Kala Ghoda

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If you're looking to have good non-vegetarian food in Mumbai, then the first option most people will suggest to you is Bade Miya. Though Bade Miya is a good option, for the same fare, you can also check out Ayub's in Kala Ghoda. Ayub's serves a delectable variety of rolls and kebabs but doesn't serve biryani. 

Address: 43, Forbes St, Near Rhythm House, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai

Pure Milk Centre 

Pure Milk and Snack Centre, aka PMSC, is a foodie's haven at Ghatkopar in Central Mumbai. The place has been serving delicious fusion food items for years now and has become famous amongst locals. Though earlier, the place served only dishes made from milk, they also began experimenting with snacks around a decade ago. Their dosa has the most distinct taste in all of Mumbai. 

Address: Vikrant bldg, vikrant circle, RB Mehta Marg, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai

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