Because street food is bae
Vadapav, Chinese Bhel and Dosa are the usual suspects when we talk street food. We travelled across the city and stumbled on some really unconventional yet delicious dishes to be on your list to try. So, read on and know more about what the street food maximum city has to offer
Cheese Burst Dosa@Pure Milk Centre, Ghatkopar
Cheese Burst Dosa at Pure Milk Centre
Are you cheesy just like us? Not the romantic one, but does cheese make you happy? Head to Pure Milk Centre and chow down the Cheese Burst Dosa. Oodles of melted cheese are ladled on your dosa so that you get cheese in every bite! Were sure you love cheese in your dosa but this takes it to another level all together.
Chicken Vadapav@Balamia Lane, Mahim
Chicken Vada Pav
Vadapav has been synonymous to street food in Mumbai but what else can be a variant? We spent some time in the quest and stumbled upon the glorious non vegetarian cousin: Chicken Vadapav! A luscious potato mashed patty has bits of shredded chicken in it sandwiched between a pav laced with spicy chutney, need we say more?
Maggi Pizza@Hungry Head, Powai
Maggi Pizza at Hungry Head
Maggi is probably the first dish in terms of kitchen experience weve all had. This Maggi Pizza has a noodle base with cheese and other toppings. Bite into a crunchy and cheesy Maggi Pizza,a dish that justifies our love for all things junk.
Vitamin Bhel@Soam, Chowpatty
Vitamin Bhel at Soam, Chowpatty
Vitamin and Bhel next to each other, in the same sentence? You read it right! Were talking about a street food delight that pleases your tummy and tongue both. A mix of sprouts and lentils is laced with yoghurt and green chutney; its then tossed with veggies. It sure sounds fun for a humble street side snack.
Chicken Pav Bhaji@Panchos Pav Bhaji, Powai
Food, its fascinating how it evolves and adapts especially if you see Pav Bhaji. It started off a quick lunch meant for workers that evolved into a street food favourite and then one with chicken. Panchos Pav Bhaji is a delivery/ take-out place operating in Powai that dishes out the awesome Chicken Pav Bhaji. If you want to try other variants, they offer some other exciting stuff too!
Pizza Sev Puri@Shreeji Stall, Borivali
Pizza Sev Puri
Love chaat but cant get enough of Pizza? Weve found you a dish that combines both which is called Pizza Sevpuri. Flat puris with cheese and spices is heated and you get a mouthful of flavour when you pop one in. Head to Borivali, Shreeji Stall and youll find the dish everyone is raving about.
Photo Credits: Cryselle D'souza, Rupa Iyer and Ankur Chheda
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