Mumbai's 7 Best Desi Breakfasts You Should Be Eating - Know Your City - Burrp

Mumbai's 7 Best Desi Breakfasts You Should Be Eating

Tanvi Juwale June 28, 2017






The best way to have a great day is having a great breakfast, so we thought why not list some delicious hearty desi breakfast around the city.
Multigrain Stuffed Paratha @ Garde Manger Cafe, Vile Parle

Multigrain Stuffed Paratha at Garde Manger Cafe

Parathas are delicious and best enjoyed with dollops of butter but Garde Manger Cafe makes it healthy with Multigrain Stuffed Paratha. It's soya and minced exotic vegetables.  A classic combination of proteins, good carbs, vitamins, minerals and fiber which works alluringly well to satiate your appetite.
Kheema Pav @ Kyani & Co, Marine Lines

Kheema Pav

You haven't had breakfast in the city unless you've eaten at one of the iconic Irani cafes. What better way than starting your day with Kheema Pav?
Dilliwala Anda Paratha @ Summer House Cafe, Lower Parel

Dilliwala Anda Paratha at Summer House Cafe

Breakfast is the most important meal of the dayStart your day with a paratha that ensures that you'll have a good day!
Masala Dosa @ Cafe Madras, Matunga

Masala Dosa

Cafe Madras doesn't need any introduction; they've been dishing out excellent South Indian food for decades now. While other dishes are delicious famous Masala Dosa and a cup of kaapi is our go-to breakfast for a busy day!
Bun Muska @ B Mervan, Grant Road

Bun Muska and Chai

When talking about breakfasts in Bombay, can we leave out the humble Bun Muska out? This simple dish is a go-to breakfast of many in the city of dreams!
Misal Pav @ Prakash, Dadar
Misal Pav at Prakash, Dadar West

Misal Pav at Prakash, Dadar West

Misal Pav is an amazingly fiery dish that we've all relished. Curry on top of farsan served with pav takes the breakfast to a whole new level especially if you're devouring it at Prakash.
Idli Sambar @ Hotel Ramashray, Matunga


It's not uncommon in Mumbai to find people polishing off Idlis doused in Sambar ( or on the side) with a side of chutney. It makes for a delicious yet nutritious breakfast.

About the Author

Food is my favourite F-word! Master in Eatmylogy. Future food entrepreneur. Antevasin. Spaghettivore. Hates the casual use of the word 'foodie' and loves a well-cooked meal, snowflakes and the mountains! Follow me on Instagram: @MsFoodieTwoShoes Twitter: @pinchofsalt_23


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