Famous Dishes to catch in Restaurants and Streets of Mumbai!
As the name suggests, pizza dosa brings together two of the most loved Indian foods with a quintessential Mumbaikar twist. It is made and served like a dosa with the toppings of a pizza (olives, veggies, cheese, mayonnaise). The unique blend of a crusty base and creamy top makes it a one-of-a-kind dish whose experience shouldn’t be missed.
A fun breakfast option, kheema ghotala is one of the most famous non-veg food item you can get in Mumbai, it is made of minced meat and is served with bread. It is made of minced meat, onions, tomatoes, spices & herbs. This delight will yield a delicious dish which be eaten as a satiating and full filling meal at any time of the day.
Being a city with so many regional, national and international cultures, it is not a surprise that Mumbai foods have a tendency to be fusion more and more with dishes of such cultures. Chinese bhel was an invention of the street vendors who used to sell noodles and other street foods until one day they decided to swap the ingredients and voila! There comes another lip-smacking and special street food delicacy that truly fulfills the stomach and the soul. Chinese bhel is basically a combination of crispy fried noodles topped with shezwan sauce, onions and other masalas.
Fresh Pomfret chunks (Pattr ani macchi)
This is freshly caught pomfret, marinated in a chutney that includes coconut, chillies, fresh coriander and mint leaves, cumin, sugar, lime and salt. Without breaking the flow, it is then wrapped in banana leaf and steamed for a few minutes. Even the visuals of the preparation tease the hunger pangs so much that it makes it impossible to not give it a proper try.
A juicy naan bread with an egg coating, stuffed with meat, rolled up and sprinkled with a unique masala that gives it its unique flavor. It is a popular street food and even available in a vegetarian version. Why should non vegetarians have all the fun?