Traveling is a very eclectic experience. Some people would get on with their cheap flights to Delhi tickets just to shop at Dilli Haat and some other types of travelers would always be excited getting cheap flights to Ahmedabad to explore the beautiful heritage sites like Bhadra Fort, Sarkhej Roza and many others. If you are kind of a person whose idea of traveling seems to be indifferent from all such itchy feet travelers and if you find regular tourist spots, sightseeing and shopping really dreary and tiring; food can definitely inspire and excite you to travel new destinations with undeniably interesting, fresh and scrumptious options to try out.
In India and especially in Mumbai, street food often charms more than any sophisticated menu at an urbane restaurant or food joint. The real flavor of Indian cuisine and spices can be best tasted in the local street food that is served hot and hygienically. So, here are the top choices for the innate food lover in you to indulge in Mumbai.
Pav Bhaji is the most popular and very common street food in Mumbai that you will easily find everywhere. It is basically a mixed vegetable dish with lots of aromatic spices served with pav (a type of bread roll). The best thing about this king-of-street food is that you can literally enjoy it any time; it’s delicious and filling too. You will find many Pav Bhaji stands near the central station or at the beaches but if you want to have the best of all, just try it at the Juhu Beach or visit Sardar’s refreshments in a five minute walk from Mumbai Central. Sprinkle some lemon over the bhaji and just dig in your fingers.
Now this is another very convenient typical Mumbai street food. You can simply pick it up and go snacking anytime. The fried vada (patty) is made with potatoes and loads of garlic and chilies, dipped in gram flour batter. The golden fried vadas are then sandwiched in buttered pav with some chutney. Vada Pav is equally enjoyed by students, businessmen, travelers and even foreigners. A lot of students flock around Anand Vada Pav stand opposite Mithibai College at Gulmohar Road. You would surely not like to miss on it if you are nearby.
Who could resist the smoky, tender and yet so crispy kababs. If you love non vegetarian food, kababs are the best option in Mumbai to pop in your mouth. The seekh kabas are made with meat cut into bite sized chunks marinated in a mix of spices and yogurt. They are then sewed into sticks and grilled over coal fire to give it amazing charred look and taste. Some popular kabab joints like Sarvi at Dimtimkar road have been serving delicious kababs since more than 90 years.
Milkshakes And juices
Health conscious people in Mumbai can enjoy very refreshing and very light juices and milkshakes in warm evenings at some of the best juice bars like Bachelorr’s at Chowpati Sea face. An expanded variety of chocolate, strawberry milkshakes and fruit smoothies can be tried here along with some great fruit juices like Liquid marble and lychee delight.
There are many other street eateries the serve excellent sea food, chaat and of course Bhel puri at each corner of this huge city. So, if all these delectable food choices stimulate your taste buds, you can right away book cheap flights to Mumbai at http://www.nanakflights.com/flights-to-mumbai.asp.