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Forget Juhu! Here are the Top Hangout Places for Street Food in Mumbai

Mumbai is the most versatile places not only in India but also globally. The city is an excellent fusion of the urban culture and ethnic roots. Mumbai being the financial, entertainment, and fashion hub of the country, the city attracts a lot of people across India to try their luck in this city of dreams. Besides the fusion of different kinds of industries and people, the city also boasts about its street food culture spread across every nook and corner of Mumbai.

Juhu Chowpatty comes to mind whenever there’s a talk or discussion about Mumbai street food. Well, there are many other famous street food hangout places developed in the city over the years where you don’t only get the right ambiance but also some great food to cherish.

Today, I will share my top 5 best hangout places of street food in Mumbai apart from the famous Juhu Chowpatty.

Best Street Food Joints in Mumbai besides Juhu Beach

Street Food in Mumbai

Mumbai is the street food capital of India too and takes the lead from its tough competitor Delhi by a small margin, thanks to the variety of cuisines available at the street food joints in the city.

Here are my top street food hangout places in Mumbai and if you are in Mumbai, you must try them too:

Chinese Specials at Babu Chinese, Worli

Chinese Food at Babu Chinese

Today, Chinese food stalls are everywhere across India. Finding the best of the lot is tough. So, I decided to share the best outlet I found for Chinese food in Mumbai. Yes, the Chinese Specials at Babu Chinese, Worli offers the best Indo-Chinese food across India. You will get the best authentic Chinese dishes with the punch of Indian flavor at Babu Chinese.

Butter Chicken and Tandoori Specialties at Cafe Noorani, Tardeo AC Market

Butter Chicken at Cafe Noorani

If you have a craving for some non-veg dish, then Cafe Noorani is your haven.  They are the butter chicken and tandoori specialists in town. Once you taste the butter chicken at Cafe Noorani, you will not try it anywhere else. That’s the charm of Cafe Noorani. You can also try their Tandoori specials and kebabs while you are there.

Variety of Khichdi at Soam, Babulnath

Masala Khichdi at Soam, Babulnath

Do you think Khichdi is a boring dish? Well, think again! Visit Soam at Babulnath, and your perception towards Khichdi will change forever. The outlet serves four fantastic khichdi on their menu which are Sabudana Khichdi, Moong Dal Khichdi, Masala Phada Khichdi, and Palak Phada Khichdi. All these are served at low calories and hence become an excellent treat for health-conscious individuals out there.

Sizzlers at Kobe’s, Girgaum

Sizzler at Kobe's

Are you a fan of sizzler? Then, walk into Kobe’s outlet at Girgaum. Kobe’s offers the best sizzlers in the city, and you won’t regret coming here. Try the Chicken Satellite whenever you are at Kobe’s.

Eva’s Pizza, Military Road, Marol (Andheri East)

Eva's Pizza

Tired of all those fancy and overpriced Pizza outlets spread across the city? Then, try Eva’s Pizza the next time you have a craving for this Italian dish. Eva’s Pizza at Marol offers the tastiest Pizzas at affordable rates. You can buy a full meal for as little as Rs. 250. If you are there, then don’t forget to try their Hurricane Pizza.

Over to you!

So, what are you waiting for?

If you live in Mumbai, then make sure to visit these happening hangout spots for street foods soon. For non-Mumbai residents, put these street food hangout places on your checklist and visit them in the future.

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58 thoughts on “Forget Juhu! Here are the Top Hangout Places for Street Food in Mumbai

  1. Evas Pizza sounds really good. I feel super enthused now to take a trip to Mumbai. The butter chicken looks delicious and I have a weakness for it. Last I came it Bombay in 2003 and I dined at Moti Mahal I think. Lovely options.

  2. I have heard a lot about Mumbai’s street food. Alas ! I have visited Mumbai for just 5 days and I was busy with interviews at that time. The mention of Juhu Chowpatty reminds of that very old song “Mannu bhai motor chali pum, pum pum ! Chowpatty jayenge bhel puri khayenge, Achchi Achchi soorton se ankhen milayenge”. Those Chinese noodles look delicious. I love Chinese and I will definitely make it a point to visit Babu chinese and some of these other spots if and when I am in Mumbai next time. #Superbloggerchallenge2018

  3. Hi Uttpal! I have been to Mumbai only twice and too for brief while. Never got a chance to really explore the city as much as I would have loved to. I have heard some amazing thing about the street experience – food and shopping. Will bookmark this for street food hangouts the next time I visit. Thanks for sharing and also displaying the Leader board for Week 1. When I see my name up there, it´s motivating to say the least. Looking forward to your next! #Superbloggerchallenge #Instacuppa

  4. A Khichdi outlet is new and interesting specially for health conscious or when one has a upset tummy , My mouth watered at sabudana Khichdi . Let’s c when I m able to come to Mumbai and relish it

  5. i have never been to Mumbai although Pune is my fav place and i love to spent rainy season there. Mumbai is so famous for street food and as you mentioned, i only knew about Juhu Chaupati. But seems there are many other places for foodie people. Awesome

  6. I have been to three of the 5 places you have mentioned in your list. And I must say that you are bang on in your judgement. Because we lived in that area, Ghatkopar Khao Galli was my favourite too. They had like 50 variations of Dosas. And they were all lip smacking.

  7. I love street foods, and here in the USA, we always missed those mouthwatering tasting dishes, thanks a lot for sharing this great places to hang out and enjoy street foods. would surely try, when we come back to India. #Superbloggerchallange2018

  8. Where are my comments going??? Thank God I cross checked.
    UK I have been to munbai only once so didn’t get much to discover. But definitely will save your suggestions for future.

  9. On my next visit to Mumbai, If my trip is long enough then I will try all of them except sizzlers as I don’t like sizzlers much. Variety of khichdis are tempting and Rs. 250/- pizza meal is interesting. Chinese and tandoor is something I can’t resist trying. A mouthwatering post.

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  10. Kobe Sizzlers was one of my fav hangout places when I lived in Mumbai. Brings back memories of outing with my friends. The other places I will bookmark and cover on my next trip. Thanks for the list!

  11. I have been to Mumbai once and I love to eat street food. In Delhi also, I hang out at every nook and corner to try and taste new foods. Your post will be helpful to me when I next visit the place especially Eva’s Pizza

  12. My mouth’s watering after reading about eateries in mumbai! I’ll have to make sure I visit at least 3 of these when I travel from Pune towards Mumbai next!

  13. I continues drooling at the pics even after scrolling up and down after reading the post that is. Just too tempting UK. I am gonna plan a trip this year for sure. What better reason is needed to travel? 😛

  14. Wow, this is such a mouth watering post. Every pic is so tempting and seems to be saying “come and eat me” 🙂 thanks for sharing this with us. I am definitely going to try these in my next visit to Mumbai 🙂 And yes, Kobe’s sizzlers is my all time favorite, I satiated my taste buds at their Bangalore and Chandigarh outlets several times.

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