If you are lover of street food and there are several khau gallis like in Ghatkopar, mulund, vile parle, dadar. Try pav bhaji, khada pav bhaji, falooda, chaats at girgaum chowpatty.
Have kheema pav, irani chai and bun maska at any irani cafe.
If you are non vegetarian then you must go to bade miyah at colaba.
Inspired by the Lebanese pita bread wrap and suitably Indianized, the Frankie, or should I say the Tibbs Frankie, has satiated hordes of the hungry in search of a quick lip-smacking snack. Basically, it's a juicy naan bread with an egg coating, stuffed with mutton or chicken, rolled up and sprinkled with a unique masala that gives it its special flavor. The vegetarian option does not use eggs and the stuffings include paneer or potatoes.
Available all over the city. For a Tibbs Frankie closest to you, call +91 (0) 22 2821 4698.
You can visit the famous Khau Gallis of Mumbai. There is one located in Ghatkopar, another one located near to Churchgate station. Enjoy finger liking jini dosas, fusion Ice cream, sandwiches, Maggi pasta and many more dishes which you may have not even imagined. Costs: Approx. Rs. 500 for 2.
If you are a foody , then Mumbai is the best place for you to look out. for Indian food , you can go to jhuh chopatty where you can get different shakes and Indian and Chinese food, the rates they have written on menu card are not actual rates you can bargain there .
for some different taste , you can try budapest bake house , the J for fries with different sauces
for Rajasthani Dal bati , you can check out bhagat tarachand near CST .
for gujrati food , you can go in borivali area you will lot of different restaurant
the most special of all is Pani Puri with different flavors don't forget to try it.
rahdhani and Maharaja bog also very specialist in their veg thali.
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