Mumbai Sightseeing in Mumbai

Mumbai, the city of dreams and dreamers, known both for a flamboyant film industry as well as some of Asia’s largest slums, the city attracts tourists from all over the country and globe alike. Mumbai is extremely well linked with the rest of the country by a strong network of flights, trains and buses. Mumbai airport, popularly known as Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, is the second busiest airport in India. It connects the city with major destinations in India as well as abroad. Mumbai also enjoys excellent road connectivity by state and private buses from major neighbouring towns and cities such as Pune, Shirdi, Nasik and Goa, among others.

Sightseeing in Mumbai
Gateway of India
Gateway of India is the major landmark of Mumbai City. Built in the 20th Century to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai. Located at the tip of Apollo Bunder, the gateway overlooks the Mumbai harbour that is bordered by Arabian Sea in the Colaba district. Gateway of India is constituted of a large arch, with a height of 26m and is done in Indo-Saracenic style. However, if one looks closely, traces of Muslim architectural styles can also be seen in the edifice. Another top attraction in Mumbai, Elephant Caves are located close to the Gateway of India, and tourists can travel on motor boats to reach there. Also, Taj Mahal Hotel, which is India’s most prestigious and luxurious hotel is situated close to the Gateway of India. Therefore along with visiting Gateway of India, one can catch up on two other important tourist attractions in Mumbai.

Elephanta Caves
Situated at a 10 km radius from Gateway of India is one of the major tourist places in Mumbai, the Elephanta Caves. The caves are said to be one of the oldest rock cut structures in the country and is a perfect example of archaic Indian art associated to the cult of Lord Shiva. It is reckoned that the caves were adorned with sculptures between in 6th or the 8th century. The island on which the caves are built was originally known as Gharapuri and is a quiet and picturesque island with green foliage and harmless primates. The three-headed Shiva sculpture called Maheshmurti is the main attraction of this island. Apart from it the sculptures of Shiva, in the ‘Shiva Nataraja’ and ‘Ardhanarishvara’ forms are also worth seeing in Elephanta Caves.

Colaba Causeway Market
An ideal place for street shopping in Mumbai, Colaba Causeway Market has ion offer cheap clothes, fashionable boutiques, British era buildings and of course good food. Everything that you can name can be found in this old market in Mumbai.

Juhu Beach
Probably one of the most visited places in Mumbai, Juhu Beach is situated in Vile Parle. Juhu Beach comes to life mostly in the evening, when people from all walks of life visit here to enjoy sunset, play in the water and treat their taste buds with street food like Bhel Puri and Pav Bhaji.
Victoria Terminus
Also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST), this Victorian Gothic style edifice is situated in the heart of Mumbai City. Just like the Gateway of India, CST is an important landmark of Mumbai. Declared a ‘World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2004, Victoria Terminus was built in 1888 and till today stand as one of the best examples of Gothic style architecture in India. It is also one of the busiest railway station in Mumbai.

Film City
Located near Sanjay Gandhi National Park in the vicinity of Aarey Colony in Goregaon is probably the most famous place in Mumbai. Also known as Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagri, Film City is spread across 520 acres and is abslolutely a dream world. It is said that the place is so large that almost 1000 sets can be put simultaneously here. The main highlight of the Film City are real-like sets, which include fake lakes, fountains, mountains, gardens houses, picnic spots, cities and villages.

Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat
Believe or not but this 140 years old Dhobhi Ghat (laundromat) is amongst one of the most popular places to see in Mumbai. Travellers actually make sure that they visit Dhobi Ghat on their trip to Mumbai. Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat is Mumbai’s biggest human-powered washing machine, where every day hundreds of people beat the dirt out of soiled Mumbai clothes and linen in 1026 open-air troughs. The best view is from the bridge across the railway tracks near Mahalaxmi train station.
Dharavi Slum
It really takes heart to visit a place like this. But if once you make up your mind to visit Dharavi, which is apparently one of the biggest slums in the world you would be paradigm shift. The narrow lanes, congested houses, dirty vicinity, children playing barefoot and other heartbreaking conditions prevalent in this place will not only make you to be grateful for what you have.However, a Dharavi Tour is not about witnessing how a lower class of the society lives amidst poor conditions so that one can be thankful for his life and facilities he has, but it is to understand how these people living with no amenities at all are hereos in their own way.

Marine Drive
Known as Marine Drive, this tourist spot has also been called Sonapur by the locals of the city. Marine Drive is a 3km long stretch that links Nariman Point to Babulnath, and is situated at the foot of Malabar Hill. Large crowds of people come to this place to stride along the walkway and to view the setting sun at dusk. Marine Drive is also referred to as ‘Queen’s necklace’, because the street lights make the road look like a string of pearls and create an illusion of a necklace, when viewed at night from an elevated point. Towards the northern end of Marine Drive lies one of the oldest beaches in Mumbai, Chowpatty Beach, which is famous for its bazaars and fast food and snacks such as Bhel Puri, Paav Bhaji, etc.

Prince of Wales Museum
Also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, the museum is one of the most popular places to see in Mumbai. Prince of Wales Museum was built in the early 20th century and showcases several collections of ancient artworks, sculptures and artifacts in its galleries. Regular exhibitions and lectures on several topics are held inside here. The museum is done in Indi-Saracenic style of architecture and is bordered by lavish green gardens. There are three different parts of the museums: Natural history section, Archaeology section and Art section where innumerable forms of art and artifacts from India, Tibet, Nepal and other far eastern countries are preserved. Also, there are collection of 2000 rare miniature paintings from several art schools in India; decorative artworks made from wood, metal, jade and ivory; rare archeological artifacts dating back to the ‘Indus Valley’ civilization in the 2000 B.C can be seen in the museum. Remnants from the Mauryan as well as Gupta periods are displayed in the museum. There is a section in the museum that includes a collection of reptiles, mammals, amphibians, birds and fishes. On the other hand, another section in the museum displays Indian arms and armor, weapons, swords, shields. The museum has a section comprised of European oil paintings as well.

Siddhivinayaka Temple
Probably one of the most beautiful temples situated in Mumbai, the Siddhivinayak temple is definitely a must see in the city. Every day, more than 20000 devotees throng the temple to offer their prayers at the temple and on Tuesday special ‘puja’ and ‘darshan’ takes place. Bollywood celebrities too, visit Siddhivinayak to seek blessings. When one visits this place, they can admire the temple’s ancient style of architecture and its many features.

Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Situated within Mumbai, Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) has the distinction of being a wildlife reserve in a metropolitan. The national park is spread over an area of 104sq km, and is popular among wildlife and nature enthusiasts. It is also the most visited places in Mumbai, and get about two million people annually. The park was earlier known as Borivali National Park and was renamed in 1990 after Congress leader and late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s son Sanjay. Ashok Van and Gaumukh are the trails commonly used by the trekkers. Whereas, the View Point trail is the most ambitious which takes you to the highest point in the park and offers a panoramic view of Mumbai and Tulsi, Vihar and Powai lake. Barking deer, Hanuman langur and Indian flying fox, birds like jungle owlets, golden orioles among many others can be spotted here. Nestled in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park at Borivali, the Kanheri Caves also known as the ‘lungs of Mumbai’ is amongst the best places to see during your holiday in the city. It is said to be the only place in the city with the maximum amount of greenery and consequently, a lot of fresh air. Kanheri Caves premises offers a pleasant escape from the pollution and the bustling city life.

Mahalakshmi Temple
Dedicated to honour ‘Goddess Mahalaxmi’, this is an ancient temple in Mumbai. A large number of believers throng this temple on Fridays. Also, during the days of ‘Navaratri’ festival, thousands of devotees throng this shrine to witness the celebrations. It is one of the major Hindu religious places in Mumbai.
Mount Mary Church
An ancient church, built in 1640 and then rebuilt in 1761, The Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount is also an important religious place in Mumbai. What adds to the charm of this church even more is that it is sited on top of a hill known as ‘Sunderban Bandra’, which overlooks the mighty Arabian Sea. It is believed that the church has healing powers and for this reason, the church is often flocked by devotees. It is also said that those who sincerely pray at the Mount Mary Church often get their wishes fulfilled. The ‘Bandra Fair’ or the ‘Feast of Mount Mary’ is a week-long celebration held every September at the Mount Mary Church and is the best time to visit.

Kamla Nehru Park
Situated at Malabar Hill, Kamla Nehru Park is named after the wife of first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru. The park is spread in an area of about 4,000 square feet and provides a great sight of Chowpatty Beach and also Marine Drive (Queen’s Necklace). Kamala Nehru Park has widespread verdant green surroundings. It is one among the most commonly visited places by children in Mumbai. The park has a diverse range of flowers and is famous for a unique structure, called the Old Woman’s Shoe or Boot House that majorly attracts kids.

Veermata Jijabai Udyan
Formerly known as ‘Rani Bagh’ and ‘Victoria Gardens’, Veermata Jijabai Udyan is located in Byculla, which by the way isin the heart of Mumbai. The garden is also considered to be one of the oldest zoos of India. Another major attraction of this garden is the Bhau Daji Lad Museum, which is located in the same premises with the purpose of enhancing industrial as well as agricultural interests. There is an ancient statue of an elephant near the museum, which is believed to have been found at the Elephanta Caves. The garden is spread over 48 acres and also has a clock tower located near the entrance.

Jehangir Gallery
One of the venues of the famed Kala Ghoda festivals, Jehangir Art Gallery was founded by Sir Cowasji Jehangir in 1952. This gallery is situated at Kala Ghoda, behind the Prince of Wales Museum, in South Mumbai near the Gateway of India, and has four exhibition halls. Over the years, this area has evolved as the center of art activity in the city and a place where artists, patrons and art lovers can meet and share their passion for art. The gallery is recognized nationally and internationally as a centre of contemporary Indian art. This interesting gallery hosts shows by local artists and the occasional big names and is also home to Samovar Café.

Worli Seaface
Worli Seaface features scenic surroundings that are characterised by endless azure waters of the Arabian Sea and view of distant Haji Ali Dargah. It is a posh and a major residential area in South Mumbai, which is inhabited mostly by affluent people. Extending from the Worli Fort in the north to Narayan Pujari Nagar in the south, this locality is a popular place of interest in the city. Famous for experiencing giant waves during monsoon season, it attracts locals and tourists alike. Worli Sea Face features a number of significant attractions like Worli Fort, Haji Ali Dargah and Bandra-Worli Sea Link (Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link). Besides, there are a number of high-end restaurants and shopping outlets as well.

Global Vipassana Pagoda
Global Vipassana Pagoda is a large meditation complex and memorial in Mumbai. It was built to honour Lord Buddha. Completed in 2008, this sacred edifice is counted amongst the biggest stone monuments across the Asiatic continent and houses the sacred bone relics of Gautam Buddha in the main dome. Another prominent highlight of this shrine is that it comprises the largest pillar-less dome in the world and surpasses Bijapur’s Gol Gumbaz in terms of size. Global Vipassana Pagoda mesmerises visitors with its architecture. It has a towering height of about 325 feet and the large meditation hall at the centre of this domed structure has an impressive seating capacity of 8000 people. Main attractions of this complex include the intricately carved Myanmar Gate and a giant marble statue of Buddha. The Bell Tower and its mirror image, Gong Tower depict Burmese architecture and add mote to the architectural charm of the shrine.

Mumba Devi Mandir 
Mumba Devi Mandir is an old temple in the city of Mumbai, Maharashtra dedicated to the goddess Mumba, the local incarnation of the Devi (Mother Goddess).  Marathi Mumba derives from Sanskrit While Hindu sects devoted to the goddess Mumbadevi are attested to as far back as the 15th century, it is said that the temple was built in 1675 near the main landing site of the former Bori Bunder creek against the north wall of the English Fort Saint George by a Hindu woman also named Mumba. The creek and fort are now deteriorated to a point at which they are but derelict reminders of the city's past. The temple, on the other hand, is still active.
She is depicted as a black stone sculpture in the temple. An etymology of Mumba that is popular is "Maha Amba," or "Great Mother," one of the many of India's more well-known names for the Hindu Mother Goddess (Devi). It is not uncommon for visitors of Mumbai to pay their respects at the temple and is one of the tourist destination
Nehru Science Centre
Nehru Science Centre covers various aspects of science and technology that is both interesting and informative. It is an ideal place to take your kids to. A part of the National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), this centre has more than 500 interactive exhibits that are related to various topics, including sound, energy, mechanics and kinetics. To be precise it is a science park and gallery where one can see different aspects of science. A major highlight of  Nehru Science Centre is the three-dimensional science show which is named ‘Monsters of the Deep’. It takes people into an underwater world that seems real and where they can witness mythical monsters. A science odyssey named ‘Grand Canyon Adventure’ is also organised at this centre. This 45-minute film is based on the famous Grand Canyons of Arizona and attempts at spreading awareness about saving freshwater resources of the world.

Taraporewala Aquarium
Another great place to take your kids in Mumbai, Taraporewala Aquarium boasts of rich aquatic life. The kids can enjoy witnessing more than a hundred varieties of sea fish along with seven kinds of coral fish, octopus, shark, sea horse, moray eels, turtles and small starfish. Apart from these, products made using shells and pearls are showcased at the aquarium. Visitors can also visit the room that displays fossils, seashells and fish preserved in bottles.

Haji Ali Dargah
Haji Ali Dargah was constructed in 1431, in the memory of a Muslim merchant, Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. Located on an island close to the sea shore of Worli, this shrine is visited by over 40,000 people on all days, particularly Thursdays and Fridays. Being located in the middle of the sea, the dargah remains closed at the time of high tide.

The structure of this dargah symbolises Indo-Islamic style of architecture. There is a narrow pathway from the Worli bay that connects the shrine with the city. It is just a 500 yard walk for the devotees from the bay to the shrine.

Tourists can reach the place by taking taxis, auto rickshaws or buses to the Worli bay and then walking up to the dargah. The nearest railway station is Worli station; hence, people can also board on trains to reach the site. From the station, any means of public transport can be used to reach the bay, from where the dargah is just 500 yards’ walk away.
Essel World & Water Kingdom
EsselWorld is an amusement park located in Gorai, Mumbai and established in 1989. The park is owned by EsselWorld Leisure Pvt. Ltd. EsselWorld along with its counterparts, Water Kingdom are stretched over 64 acres of land. Together, they are recognized as one of the largest Amusement and Water Park. This Theme Park has a variety of Kids, Family, Adults and Thrills Rides for everyone. Park timings are 10am to 7pm.

How to reach Mumbai
By air:
Mumbai Airport or Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, located around 30 km away from the city centre, is one of the busiest airports in India. Spread across an area of 1,850 acres, the airport handles more than 800 airplane movements on a day to day basis. While Terminal 1-A (domestic) is dedicated to Air India and GoAir flights, Terminal 1-B serves carriers such as SpiceJet and IndiGo. These airlines connect Mumbai with major Indian cities such as Aurangabad, Bangalore, Bhopal, Allahabad, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Kolkata, Patna, Goa and Lucknow, to mention a few.

By road:
Mumbai Central Bus Station, located in the centre of Mumbai, is the main bus terminus in the city. Buses of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) operate from here and provide frequent luxury, semi-luxury, express and passenger buses for destinations like Bhandara, Nasik, Solapur and Jalna, among others. Inter-state buses are also available from here for prime cities in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka. Those travelling from Pune to Mumbai (150 km) can drive through the well-maintained Mumbai-Pune Expressway, a journey of about 3 hours. The drive from Goa to Mumbai takes around 12 to 13 hours via NH 17 and NH 66, depending upon traffic.

By train:

Mumbai is well linked with other parts of the country by a huge network of trains. Those travelling from central, eastern and western parts of India can book their tickets till Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus while travellers arriving from the north are served by Mumbai Central Station. Apart from these two major railheads, there are others such as Dadar Railway Station and Kalyani Railway Station serving the city of Mumbai. Buses, cabs and taxis are easily available from outside the railway stations.

Shopping in Mumbai
Crawford Market
Crawford Market is another popular spot in Mumbai. It is said to be one of the best places to buy household items. The market was the main wholesale market till 1966 and was spread in 72000 sq. Yards. What catches the eyes the most here is the this splendid architecture of Norman and Flemish styles. It is a place for those who want to savour different flavours as the market is replete with an array of dazzling fruits, vegetables and poultry along with aromas of the fresh cheese and homemade chocolate.

Bhuleshwar Market
Bhuleshwar market is well known for variety of fruit and vegetable and is surrounded a number of old markets, like the Crawford Market, Mangaldas Market for silk and cloth, Zaveri Bazaar, the famous jewellery and diamond market, and Chor Bazaar, a noted market for antiques and furniture, is near the Marine Lines Station on the Western Railway.  Bhuleshwar Market: Open daily, from 10am to 9pm

Manish Market
Manish Market is one of the finest places where you can find a wide range of mobile accessories as well as repairs. It is assesible from Masjid Bunder Railway Station by walking on 15 to 20 minutes distance. But you should be aware while transacting with the shop owners as they are highly professional as well as if you want to buy cheaply you will have to roam around the market asking and searching for the products you will also need to bargain a lot as the price they quote is very high sometimes. Accommodation is available nearby in some hotels.

Gandhi Market
Gandhi Market Matunga is 657 meters away, 9 min walk. Kings Circle is 699 meters away, 10 min walk. This huge market has both stalls and inner shops selling just about every quality of clothing for the average pocket as well, generally people shop here for weddings and big occasions, variety of ranges available for brides. It’s closed on Mondays and it is very busy Friday and Saturday.

Where to Stay
The Taj Mahal Tower Mumbai
The Oberoi Mumbai
Le Sutra Hotel
Taj Lands End
The St. Regis Mumbai
Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai
Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Serviced Apartments
Sofitel Mumbai BKC
JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu
Waterstones Hotel
Svenska Design Hotel

What & Where to Eat
1. Kheema at Paramount
Paramount is the type of restaurant you can go to for any meal of the day and feel satisfied. Whether it is Kheema Pav for breakfast, Chicken Afghani for lunch or Tandoori Chicken for dinner, they have got it all covered. An old-school restaurant, it’s always buzzing with activity, from 6 am to 1 am. You might want to note, though, the décor at this place is not fancy at all – the focus is only on the food.
  • Location: Mahim
  • Average Cost for two: Rs.500
2. Street Food at Mohammed Ali Road
In just one area of Mohammed Ali Road, you will find over 100 Mughlai restaurants serving everything from kebabs and bheja to tandoori and raan. Be sure to have an appetite before you get here because you will be tempted to order nearly everything on the menu. And you’ll be able to afford it, too, because the food is inexpensive. If you’re in Mumbai during Ramadan, you should definitely head here as places stay open until 5 am.
  • Location: Mohammad Ali Road
  • Average Cost for two: Rs. 800
3. Schezwan Fried Rice-Chinese food on a Cart
You will recognize these carts by their dark red colours and neatly-stacked sauce bottles. Parked at crowded junctions of the city, these carts serve the most amazing and delicious Chinese food.
A big hit with foodies is the Chicken Schezwan Fried Rice that is served with a scrumptious portion of schezwan sauce, called ‘chutney’ by the vendors. Be prepared for spice; this dish is spicy and hits the right spot for those who like it hot. If you can’t handle spicy, ask for the lighter Chicken Fried Rice.
4. Momos at Kepchaki Momos
Bandra residents swear by this place for its delicious momos. Every evening, it is impossible to walk straight up to the counter and order a plate of momos as Kepchaki is always buzzing with people and you invariably have to wait your turn before you can order. The wait can be long, but the momos are so delicious it is well worth it..
If you love experimenting with food, try their Chicken and basil momos. There are also options for vegetarians. Each plate comes with six momos. There is no seating at this joint.
  • Location: Carter Road
  • Cost: Rs. 100/plate
5. Goan Sausage at Martin’s
Martin’s in Colaba is one of the most famous joints for office-goers in the area looking for a home-cooked, non-vegetarian meal. The specials are all Goan favourites, from Xacuti and Prawn Curry to Vindaloo and Sorpotel. Everyone’s favourite, though, is the Goa Sausage Chilli Fry – served spicy and delicious. The prices are really low and the portions are good.
  • Location: Apollo Bunder
  • Average Cost for Two: Rs. 600
6. Chicken Burgers at J. Hearsch & Co
Although there are quite a few fast food joints in Bandra, J. Hearsch & Co on the famous Hill Road still manages to attract crowds – most of these are college going students and shoppers. The chicken burger at Hearsch & Co is one of the best you will get in Bandra. Served fresh with potato chips, the burger comes with a chicken patty that is mildly spicy and coleslaw.
They tend to run out of burgers pretty quickly, so get here early to avoid disappointment.
  • Location: Hill Road, Bandra
  • Cost: Rs. 80
7. Bamboo Fried Rice at Ling’s Pavilion
Ling’s Pavilion 
This authentic Chinese restaurant has been popular since it opened many decades ago. If anything, it’s gotten better with time. The place is always packed so be sure to get a table beforehand or go early. They’ve got all your favorites in a range of meats – from chicken to pork to seafood. Do try their specials, such as the Bamboo Fried Rice and the Pork Spare Ribs.
  • Location: Churchgate
  • Average Cost: Rs. 1,400
Famous Non-Vegetarian Joints
8. Laksa at Pa Pa Ya
Pa Pa Ya serves an excellent selection of pan Asian food. On their menu, they have regular favorites such as sushi and Chinese fried rice. While most opt for the former, for a true foodie experience, try dishes from their Peranakan cuisine selection.
A must try is the Laksa soup. This is a coconut-based soup that is rich in spices. It is delicious and is the perfect mood setter for your dining experience.
  • Location: Lower Parel
  • Average Cost For Two: Rs. 2,000
9. Asian Food at San-Qi
Enjoy Asian Food at San-Qi 
San-Qi has a menu that boasts of a variety of cuisines. At this luxury diner, you will get to sample on Indian, Japanese, Thai and Malaysian food. The most interesting section here is the Thai food, which is prepared by expert chefs. Go here on Sundays for the brunch to experience how tasty the food on the menu really is.
  • Location: Worli
  • Average Cost For Two: Rs. 4,500
10. European, Continental Food at Gadda Da Vida
Enjoy good European food at Gadda Da Vida 
Its close proximity to Juhu Beach makes Gadda Da Vida a much sought after restaurant in Mumbai. People flock to this place to enjoy stunning views of the seashore and eat delicious European food. To get the best seats, that is at the section overlooking the sea, you will have to get here early. If you are visiting with a group, make reservations. The best dishes to try from the menu are the Primavera Pizza and the Garlic And Lemon Prawns.
  • Location: Juhu
  • Average Cost: Rs. 5,000
Famous Vegetarian Joints
11. Set Dosa at Madras Cafe
On the weekends, you’ll need at least 30 minutes to get a table at the legendary Madras Cafe, even if you go when it opens at 7 am. The crowds love the food, which is authentic, reasonably priced and consistently delicious.
While you will see many people ordering the South Indian standards such as Idli Sambhar, we suggest you try something different – go for the Set Dosa, a sweet and spicy dosa best enjoyed with white butter and malgapodi. Finish off the meal with a filter coffee, of course.
  • Location: Matunga
  • Average Cost: Rs. 110
12. Chaat at Juhu Beach
A favourite pastime for many who visit beaches is gorging on the snacks available. Go to any beach in Mumbai and you will find people eating snacks such as vada pav, bhutta (corn), and pani puri.
Out of all the snacks available on the seashore, chaats are famous. One of the best places to have chaat by the beach in Mumbai is at Juhu. There are plenty of stalls here that serve popular chaats such as Sev puri, Dahi puri, Dahi vada and ragda pattice.
  • Location: Juhu Chowpatty
  • Average Cost:  Rs. 45-50 a plate
13. Dosa at Anand Stall
This famous food stall is located opposite Mithibai College. It is no wonder then that students flock here to eat uttapams after classes. In the evenings and at night, foodies from near and far converge here.
The varieties of uttapam available at Anand Stall are unbelievable – there are uttapams made with cheese, masala, and paneer. But what you should try is their pizza uttapam which is unique and tasty.
  • Location: Vile Parle
  • Average Cost: Rs. 150
14. Misal Pav at Aaswad
Aaswad in Dadar is slowing becoming a hotspot for Maharashtrian food in Mumbai.  The authentic local Maharashtrian food served here is a big hit with the office-going crowd and college-going students of Dadar.
The misal pav served here is one of the best in Mumbai. It so popular that you will have to wait for about 20 minutes to get a table. The service is quick and the wait staff are friendly.
  • Location: Dadar
  • Cost: Rs. 60 a plate
15. Pani Puri at Elco Arcade
The snack counter at the Elco Arcade in Bandra is always crowded with shoppers and street food lovers who come only for one thing: pani puri. Touted as one of the best in the city, the pani puri is crunchy and tasty.
Normally had with a tangy-spicy chilled water, you can avoid the water if you cannot strand spice. After you finish eating 5 puris (a plate) do not forget to ask for your complimentary sookha puri.
  • Location: Hill Road
  • Cost: Rs. 70 a plate
16. The Vegetarian Thali at Shree Thaker Bhojanalay
If you are a foodie, you will love the Gujarati thalis served at Shree Thaker Bhojanalay. The menu changes daily but one thing remains constant – the deliciousness of the food. During lunch hours the place gets crowded and people sometimes wait for about 40 minutes just to get a table.
Once you are seated you will be served your food quickly and it will keep coming – watch out for the waiters who come around with food to refill of your thali.
  • Location: Kalbadevi
  • Cost: Rs.500 for weekday thali; Rs. 600 Sunday thali
17. Palak and Cheese Samosa at Soam
Soam is where you can eat in bronze-copper Rajkot thalis.  Located opposite the Babulnath Temple, the place is packed with people who often drop by after visiting the temple.
While most people often pick the local Maharashtrian and Gujarati fare, the palak and cheese samosas are what you should try – it is a one-of-a-kind dish in Mumbai. To go with the samosa, order a sherbet made with purified water. During the winter season, Soam serves the Gujarati special, Undhiyu.
  • Location: Girgaum
  • Average Cost: Rs. 120 for a plate
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