George Bernard Shaw said ‘There is no sincerer love than the love of (street) food’. And if you are in Mumbai, you cannot agree more to this. Mumbai is a potpourri of diverse cultures and cuisines. Mumbai boasts of variety of street foods that it puts on display and everyone, from billionaire to beggar relishes it. Some of the street foods that you must try when you are in Mumbai are:
Vada Pav: This beats every other street food hands down. Owing to the extremely low price that it is available at, some people often refer to it as a poor man’s burger.
Pav Bahji: Though this dish is equally famous in Delhi as well, the taste that you get in the Mumbai version of it, is sure to give your taste buds that extra kick
Frankie: You call it rolls elsewhere but Mumbai refers to it as Frankie. Mumbai is considered to be the birthplace of Frankie, and the dish is considered to be inspired by the Lebanese style pita bread wraps
Keema Pav: Mumbaikars love their ‘Pav’ or bread rolls. The dish is a Pav with a dish of minced meat that is cooked in spices.
Falooda: It is a sweet dish presented in a glass. It consists of flavored milk, vermicelli, tapioca pearls and chunks of gelatin.