Oct 1, 2023By: Shagun Chaudhary and Ayush Mehrotra
Often referred to as the "poor man's burger," vada pav consists of a spiced potato dumpling (vada) sandwiched between a pav (soft bread) and served with chutneys.
A steamed, spongy cake made from fermented rice and chickpea flour, Dhokla is a popular and light snack. It is typically garnished with mustard seeds, curry leaves, and coriander.
A delightful mixture of puffed rice, sev (crispy noodles), chopped vegetables, and tangy tamarind chutney. Bhel puri is a savory and crunchy snack enjoyed by many.
Pav Bhaji is a beloved Indian street food featuring a spiced vegetable curry (bhaji) served with buttered pav. Bursting with flavors, it's a popular, satisfying snack enjoyed not only in Mumbai but nationwide.
Batata Vada, a popular Mumbai street food, features a spiced potato filling coated in gram flour batter, deep-fried until golden. Served in a pav with chutneys, it's a flavorful and satisfying snack.
A snack that originated in the Kutch region of Gujarat but has become immensely popular in Mumbai. Dabeli consists of a spicy potato mixture placed inside a pav and garnished with chutneys, pomegranate seeds, and roasted peanuts.
Hollow puris filled with a mixture of tamarind water, mint, spices, and a combination of mashed potatoes, chickpeas, or sprouts. Pani puri is a popular and refreshing street snack.
A dish comprising potato patties served with a spicy white pea curry (ragda), topped with various chutneys, onions, and coriander.
Similar to bhel puri, sev puri consists of small, round puris topped with diced potatoes, onions, chutneys, and sev (crispy noodles). It's a flavorful and chatpata (tangy) street food.