Restaurants in Mumbai: An overview of Street Side Restaurantsby Stephen Leuis Analyst
Mumbai is one of the liveliest and happening cities of India. It is said that the city of Mumbai never sleeps and there is always a lot of activity going around in the city of Mumbai no matter what time of the day it is. This is one of the key plus points of Mumbai tourism. When it comes to activity how can anybody miss out on food, and restaurants in Mumbai are more than just promising.
The city is famous for its variety which is easily exhibited in the number of restaurants in Mumbai as well as the different kinds of cuisines that are famous in Mumbai. Being the seat of the Maratha culture, Mumbai tourism is famous for its mention of the vada pao which is a street side delicacy of Mumbai and is famous all over the world. Street food comes out best in the form of small shack like restaurants in Mumbai and also in certain stalls that line the street. The beaches in Mumbai, and most importantly the Juhu Beach is very famous for its food. A wide range and variety of food and fast food is available at the beaches. There is pani puri, bhel puri, the ever famous ice gola, paw bhaji and also the super Marathi trait dish, which is the vada pao.
Since we are speaking of the street side restaurants in Mumbai, a special mention must be given to the street side juice and pizza center just outside the famous Haji Ali shrine of Mumbai. Whoever visits the Haji Ali shrine is certainly tempted by the mouth watering pizzas and refreshing juices that this restaurant has to offer. It is busy throughout the day and even till the wee hours of the morning. People and even locals of Mumbai flock here for refreshments.
Another very famous restaurant in Mumbai that deserves mention for its heritage and fame is Bade Miyan which offers a great variety of non vegetarian dishes basically in the form of tasty kebabs and biryani and is a first choice for a lot of people who love mughlai cuisine. It is also famous as a post party eating joint and hang out place among people who party till late in the night and then turn up at Bade Miyan to fill up their empty stomachs with a lavish Mughlai spread in the form of a late dinner. It is directly situated behind the Taj Mahal Hotel and the chicken tikka rolls are something that people in Mumbai just cannot go without. A must try!
Just five minutes from the Central Station is the famous joint for having Pav bhaji, known as Sardars. It does not have a very prominent setting or view from the street yet if you ask anybody nearby about pav bhaji they are sure to hint at Sardars for their mouth watering dish. The bread soaked in butter and the tasty bhaji topped with lime juice is a delight!
Next time if you’re in Mumbai, try these different kinds of restaurants for sure!
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