Enjoying Bhel Puri at CST
Samosa and Aloo Tikki with chole
Aloo tikki means potato smashed in form of small cutlet and Samosa is in itself a favorite Indian dish. At the same time, Allo tikki is served with spicy gravy chickpeas with chutney and chopped onion. Samosa is one of the most famous snacks of Mumbai.
Samosa and Aloo Tikki at its best
Barf ka Gola (Ice Candy)
In addition to what all the above things I’d eaten, trip without having “Barf ka gola” in Mumbai, would be incomplete. Barf ka Gola is Indian ice candy. The fun part is that it is only a piece of ice, dipped in flavored liquid. What you all have to do is just suck it, and you’ll feel the flavor. At the same time you have to take care of flavor liquid, it should not finish too quickly. My favorite, in fact the whole India love it.
There are lot of other food available in Mumbai specialty to taste but I’ve limited time. So few more i’ll show to you that I’ve tasted in Mumbai. It include maelie or corn (Bhutta in hindi), coconut water (available mostly at coastal area). Various vegetarian and non vegetarian cuisines are there in Mumbai.
With all these items, I think Mumbai street food has a lot of variety. Mumbai is certainly a paradise for both food blogger and travel blogger. I would recommend foodbloggers to read book on Street Food of Mumbai and ebook on Mumbai in 3 Days: Tourist Guide Book
At the end of the day or my trip, I want to say few lines on Mumbai; “Mumbai your beauty is impregnable, your beauty has hypnotized million hearts“. There is something that pulls me here every year. S0 just book your hotels through RoadaviatorHotels and book your flights through RoadaviatorFlights
Above all, I remember a line said by Salam Rushdie, “you can take the boy out of Bombay, but you can’t take Bombay out of the boy“.