A city that has never lost its charm over the years from being under the Mughalian rule to a colony of Britishers and then finally liberated under a democratic Indian Government. Mumbai is the largest city of India where all dreams come true. It is a glamorous hub of all things chic and larney, where even dust can be made gold!
Updated: 18 November 2019
Mumbai’s street food also holds the same charm and can bamboozle even the meekest!
This red-painted giant Bombay food truck is an apple of Mumbai that is open for business from brunch until dinner time. They serve Italian/American inspired burgers and fries with mouth-watering sauces that are both veg and non-veg. The staff here is more than happy to help you choose your quick bite of the day. You will not have to wait more than 5 mints for your meal to be prepared and wrapped in paper or placed in a cardboard box.
Try their paneer schezwan chilli kathi roll served with a special garlic sauce to enhance the juiciness and flavours even more. It is located in the bustling business district of Mumbai called Bandra Kurla Complex.
A favourite local eatery for all the college students. Dumpling Delight – Food Truck can be spotted easily with its striking yellow truck painted with graffiti of bold black letters. A long queue is always seen around it especially during lunch hours. They also have a little open-air sitting area where you can chill out with your friends. Their entire is super budget-friendly. You can find it near the residential area of Moreshwar Building.
Their tandoori dumplings are just amazing and the best part is they have loads of vegetarian options!
The most loved and cherished food truck that has been serving for more than two decades, The Lalit Food Truck Company Menu! This small yellow striped truck is a crowd-pleaser with its special 9-inch slices of pizza that make you lick your fingers at every bite. It is situated in the peaceful Sahar Village!
It is one of the few trucks that use eco-friendly technologies where every leftover food is converted into compost hence they keep the environment and their gluttonous customers happy. Their unique menu stars so many hunger-aching vegetarian options but their Lalit signature pizza is a standout!
If you want something sweet that is desi but with a modern twist, K. Rustom Ice Cream parlour is going to be your go-to in Churchgate of Mumbai. This tedious place is quite small with only a few freezers but they are uber-famous among the citizens of Mumbai due to their frozen sandwiches filled with ice-cream. The place has been running since the 1950s serving an exquisite variety of more than 50 flavours of the appealing frozen treat, choose whatever your heart desires.
Their hot seller is the roasted almond crunch!
Mumbai is a versatile city with legendary street food that leaves you bewitched every time you come here!
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