Are you even a Mumbaikar if you haven’t have had Mumbai ki world famous Pav Bhaji? It’s impossible to say no to this amazing street food. Check out the best Pav Bhaji places in Mumbai, and, we bet, you’ll start drooling before the list ends!
Pav Bhaji at Sukh Sagar, Chowpatty
The goodness of a soft buttery Pav dipped in delicious-looking bhaji will make you crave for more.
A flawless blend of spices and veggies concludes to mouth-watering bhaji accompanied by perfectly toasted pav. It doesn’t pinch your pocket and is a treat to your taste buds.
Italian Pav Bhaji
Dip your crispy Pav slices in Bhaji that has been cooked in dollops of cheese and butter. An Italian twist to your Mumbai Pav Bhaji is something you cannot miss.
Amar Juice Centre, Vile Parle
To satisfy Mumbaikars’ hunger even after 12 o’clock are these street food shops. It is one of the best places to have pav bhaji in Mumbai when you want to grab a quick bite.
Bhagwati Pav Bhaji
Time doesn’t matter to Bhagwati when you crave for some simple homely authentic Pav Bhaji as they happily serve you till 3am. They also serve a wide variety of pav bhaji dishes for all kinds of eaters. So the next time you crave some spicy buttery pav bhaji, think about Bhagwati.
Shree Sidhivinayak Fast Food, Juhu
Relaxing at the beach and not munching on the street food available? This is out of the question. The aroma of the freshly prepared pav bhaji is quite irresistible and will make you lick your fingers once you have tasted it.
Sardar Pav Bhaji, Tardeo
It is almost impossible to not mention the legendary Sardar pav bhaji in Mumbai. What makes the dish legendary is the fact the bhaji served here is literally soaked in lumps of butter. Watch the butter melt in the hot-piping bhaji before you start eating. If you are not so much into buttery dishes, we advise you to avoid it.
Maruti Pav Bhaji, Vile Parle
Black is everyone’s favorite color, and we see it everywhere we go, but have you ever heard about the black Bhaji? If put to a test, it can easily beat any restaurant’s Pav Bhaji. The food served here is fresh without a cut on its quality, and the service is both prompt and good.
Gypsy Corner, Dadar
Taste the original Marathi dish made in its true authentic form. The goodness of a soft buttery pav dipped in dangerously spicy bhaji will make you lick your fingers. There’s nothing more you will need once the dish arrives. One thing is for sure, that you will not be disappointed.
Established back in the 1990s, Jalsa promises to use and serve premium quality of food to assure no compromise in its taste. And the best part is that it is pocket-friendly too.
Do you know any special Pav Bhaji place in Mumbai that hasn’t been mentioned above? Then do let us know in the comments section below.