Mumbai is often known as a food lover’s paradise, and there is a good reason for that. From local food to international delicacies, there is nothing you won’t find in this city. But Mumbai is most famous for its tasty, affordable street food trail, also known as ‘Khau Galli’. Book an affordable Mumbai Taxi, and ask your driver to take you to the nearest food trail.
Many different cultures have influenced Mumbai’s local cuisine. From Middle Eastern kebabs to Mumbai’s famous Vada Pav and Missal Pav, you can find original recipes, fusion, and derivations of everything you can think of. And here, we’ve come up with a list of top 5 Food Trails in Mumbai that will showcase the best local delicacies.
- CST Food Trail
If you’ve come to spend the day in Fort to explore British architecture’s influence in Mumbai, the CST food trail is the closest. It is located near SNDT College and is a prime spot for students and office goers before they catch a train home. From milkshakes to Pav Bhaji, this is the one place where you will get mouth-watering Maharashtrian dishes.
- Princess Street Food Trail
Take a trip to the Princess Street Food Trail, located near famous shopping markets, Crawford and Mangaldas. The street offers various dishes and cuisines to try, but you shouldn’t miss the Ice Halwa. A thin, watery, buttery dessert that is only made in Mumbai.
Ice Halwa is popularly known as Mahim Halwa or Bombay Ice Halwa and is available in many different flavours. Pistachio, Vanilla and Saffron (Kesar) are some of the most favoured ones.
- Mulund Food Trail
If you ask anyone what food Mumbai is famous for, the answer will be the same – vada pav. The best place to try a vada pav is the Mulund Khau Galli, located near Kalidas Hall in Mulund West. This food trail offers various fusion choices where you can find your favorite type of vada pav, from stuffed batata vada to vada with masala gravy.
- Girgaon Chowpatty
After you’ve experienced the beauty of the Mumbai beaches, you should enjoy the various chaat options Mumbai has. There is no other food trail in Mumbai that rivals Girgaon Chowpatty when it comes to chaat stalls.
There is nothing that these stalls don’t serve, from Sev puri, Pani puri and dahi papdi to pav bhaji. Whatever you are craving for, sweet or cheesy, there is something for everyone in this food trail!
- Carter Road
Want to enjoy street food and see a Bollywood star on the off chance? Carter’s Road, Bandra, is the perfect spot. Carter Road might not be the most economical food trail option, but you can get a glimpse of your favourite actor. This food trail caters to many different dishes like frozen yogurt, cheesecakes, waffles and more.
Not just them, Mumbai has over 20 Food Trails located around the city. Regardless of where you are in the city, you can always find amazing food around the corner. If you’ve just landed at the national or international airport, you can easily book a reliable airport taxi. They will take you to the nearest Khau Galli, where you can do away from the stress of traveling while enjoying delicious food.