Every meal should take you on a journey of exploration, and there is as much to meet your taste buds as there is for your eyes to feast on with the traditional cuisine of Mumbai!
A fast-food savoury snack made from puffed rice, onions, tomatoes, cucumber and tangy tamarind sauce, it is mostly available as a 'chaat' on the beach-side eateries and the alleys of Mumbai and relished by locals and visitors alike.
Feel the blast of flavours as this spicy water filled crisp dough balls invade your taste buds. The Panipuri is a common street snack in several cities of India. It is made from flour which is fried into puffed balls, filled with spiced cumin and mint water, onions, potatoes and chickpeas.
This Maharashtrian delicacy which is served in big hotels to road-side eateries has a savoury taste. It is a thick vegetable curry made from seasonal vegetables, potatoes, tomatoes and onions served with 'Pav' which is bread and is topped with butter and eaten hot.
Mumbai is a coastal city with a long history of fish trade, as the city's natives were 'Kolis' or fishermen. For this reason, seafood is an essential culinary must-have that forms an important part of Mumbai cuisine. Some of the main seafood items offered in Mumbai include Fish Koliwada, Tisriya Masala, Prawn Tikki, Fish Thali, Chanok Fish Fry, Bangda Tikhale, Surmai Fish Curry, and Bombil Fish Fry.
A vegetarian fast-food dish which is relished by locals and tourists, it is made from boiled potato stuffing dipped in gram flour batter and deep fried then served on a bun or a bread slice.
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