Who ever loves Mumbai and loves street food are going to get a taste of both worlds in this very article. Last week, i travelled to experience this night life and its street food culture only to rediscover places less known to people but best know to foodies. Here are some of the specialities i had, and enjoyed at the nightlife servings of the same.
1) The famous Jain hotdog.
Situated near Harkishandas hospital if you ask anybody who ‘Uncle’ is they will always point you towards a small shack serving rolls,sandwich and the famous Jain hotdog. The old man here is serving here since almost 10 years and is known for his rolls amongst the kids of Jain community I introduced to this store by my friend to try something different. Though I am not a veg fan but this is definately a must try.
2) The Khau Galis
This literally to street food. Here you can find a variety of range from juices to proper meals these Khau galis are following their tradition of being on the street as hawker zones. As we get to know more the specialities they serve is Pav Bhaji.One of the famous amongest these which is right across, where Sachin Tendulkar practiced at Azad Maidan.
3)The Kfj tradition of Bombay
Yes you guessed it right the khakra, fafda, jalebi. For every gujarati ever born in the world this dish has to be on his breakfast once in a while. Amongst this the best served on street is at Cp tank circle famously known for its sweet chutney. Do try gujarati food fanatics.
4)The Royalty in Mumbai
Though most of us would crib for a glass of soft drinks,cane juice or something else to refresh us through the day but for those who get tired and want to have a royal feeling after shopping frenzy at Crawford market can always grab a falooda at the famous Badshah falooda.But if that aint royal ,the Ramzan season you can go all night hogging the Mughlai kababs and firnis. Do try this side .
5) We have our own fast food.
For the local train warriors and the turmoil of working class citizens Mumbai offers its best breakfast lunch and dinner option a Vada pav and lassi combo. For the many living on the streets, its a food for life but for some it is their breakfast.
So thats it for this article if you like to read more or have any suggestions please comment and review my article.
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