Five Places To Enjoy Local Food In Mumbai

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The city of Mumbai is filled with quite a few culinary treasures. The taste buds of the people here is just like the growth of the city-wide and variant. And, so here are the five popular places one should visit in order to enjoy the local food in Mumbai.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

The city of Mumbai is filled with quite a few culinary treasures. The taste buds of the people here is just like the growth of the city-wide and variant. However, the megapolis is filled with a smorgasbord of street food and local cuisines that one can gorge on if they are in the mood to tantalize their taste buds. And, so here are the five popular places one should visit in order to enjoy the local food in Mumbai. These options are perfect for someone who has a tight pocket and is looking to explore local foods that are absolutely appetizing. 

1. Samosa With Chola At Guru Kripa, Sion 

The Samosa at this place has been tagged as the best samosa in the city. The savoury delicacy is served with gravy made of chickpea and tamarind. The restaurant is extremely pocket-friendly and charges just Rs 300 for two people. The other must-haves at the place include Gulab Jamun, Sweet Lassi, Chole – Bhature, Samosa Chole, and Chole Tikki. 

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2. Bun Maska at Merwan’s, Grant road.

If you have a sweet tooth, this place is a must go to! The cafe is filled with some mouth-watering pastries, tea cakes, biscuits and cookies and is often visited by people who just drop by for a quick visit after work, or for picking up a package filled with baked goods. For a nominal charge, one can enjoy a range of baked goods and tea at the cafe. Other must-haves include Pastries, Irani chai, Bun maska pav.

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3. Strawberry and cream at Bachelorr's, Charni Road

Although the strawberries and cream are on the expensive side, the dessert is totally worth it. Bachelorr's charges a total of Rs 199 for this swirl. Having a variety of options, the place is filled with a range of thick shakes, other fruit creams and ice creams.  It is also open late till night, which is an extra bonus. 

4. Pav Bhaji and Masala Pav at Sardar, AC Market Tardeo

The Pav bhaji at Sardar is extremely spicy, and tangy that immediately tantalizes one's taste buds. The delicacy is dressed to impress and comes at a nominal charge of Rs 70. 

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5. Bademiya, Colaba

This food joint in Mumbai needs no introduction. It is a perfect place to go to satisfy one's midnight cravings. Although one might have to wait for a while to get a table at the place, the food makes it worth the while. The must-have's at this restaurant include a wide range of Kebabs, Rolls and Biryani. 

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