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No More Missing Out! 7 Best Mumbai Street Food Joints That Are Now In Bangalore

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Mumbai street food has a lot of fans. Now, you have it in Bangalore! HolidayIQ Travellers suggest some popular Mumbai-style street food outlets in Bangalore.

No More Missing Out! 7 Best Mumbai Street Food Joints That Are Now In Bangalore:

  1. Bangalore (Karnataka)

1. Misal Pav & Sabudana Vada At Rajvardhan Foods, Jayanagar East

Misal Pav & Sabudana Vada At Rajvardhan Foods, Jayanagar Eastsource: erecipeguide.com

Rajvardhan Foods is a rare exponent of the unexplored variety of fast food dishes which give us the feel of Amchi Mumbai. Situated in a small lane close to Big Bazaar and Bangalore Central Malls in Jayanagar 9th block, this tiny fast-food outlet is easy to miss. This place is known for its value for money, as a sumptuous snack would cost you around Rs 50-70. The sabudana vada is a must-try dish. Other noteworthy dishes include misal pav and shrikand poori. 

Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Rashesh Bhagwati, “Be it Vada pav, spicy Misal pav (curry of moth bean or peas eaten as a breakfast or mid­day snack), sabudana vada or usal (made of green gram or moth bean), everything is a must try."

2. The Iconic Masala Toast At Bombay Sandwich & Roll, HSR Layout

The Iconic Masala Toast At Bombay Sandwich & Roll, HSR Layoutsource: sinamontales.files.wordpress.com

This place is exclusively for the ones who miss the Bombay-style sandwiches with chutni and fillings. A Bombay style sandwich stall offering 50 items everyday. Satish from Karnataka started the stall with two partners a year ago when he came back after 10 years of working in Mumbai. Having learnt the art of making a variety of sandwiches and rolls there, he sensed an opportunity to offer the same in Bangalore since he did not find any street food outlets serving Mumbai-style chutney sandwiches. He also had two other stalls in Koramangala and Jayanagar.

3. Pav Bhaji & Dabeli At Dev Sagar, VV Puram Food Street

Pav Bhaji & Dabeli At Dev Sagar, VV Puram Food Streetsource: talkingstreet.in

Dev Sagar is one of the best joints that serves amazing Maharastrian dishes like Pav Bhaji, Vada Pav, Tawa Pulao and Dabeli. Dev Sagar is a one-stop shop for all Mumbai street fare at VV Puram, Bangalore’s famous food street. It serves Pao Bhaji, Vada Pao, Tawa Pulao and Dabeli apart from a wide range of sweets such as Gulab Jamun, Rasmalai, Jalebi etc.

HolidayIQ Traveller Satyendra Dwivedi says, “Enjoy south Indian veg food at VV Puram.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Rahul Ghelani, “We had visited the famous ''Khao Gali' in Bangalore. It was a fabulous experience as we enjoyed having dishes."

4. Vada Pav At Mumbai Vada Pav, JC Road

Vada Pav At Mumbai Vada Pav, JC Roadsource: ambikasukumar.files.wordpress.com

Mumbai Vada Pav in J C Road is an eight-year-old stall right next to Jain College, serving different types of vada pav, considered by the students to be as good as any Mumbai vada pav. Especially popular for its unique signature Gobi Vada pav – Gobi Munchurian stuffed inside the pav.

HolidayIQ Traveller Ashim Sarmah shares, "The bhelpuri, and vada pav shops are quite delicious to enjoy."

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5. Tawa Palao At Mumbai Pao Bhaji and Tawa Pulao, Koramangala

Tawa Palao At Mumbai Pao Bhaji and Tawa Pulao, Koramangalasource: talkingstreet.in

This stall was started by Ranga Gowda who came from Mumbai on his van – a three-wheeler innovatively converted into a mini food truck. He parks his van at the same spot every evening at 5 pm and shuts shop at 11 pm.

HolidayIQ Traveller Megha Goel shares, “Bangalore has a variety of options when it comes to food. The famous road side food near the koramangla police station is mouth watering. There is a row of vendors serving momos, chinese cusines, pani puri, 99 variety dosa, juices, etc. Bangalore is lovely! The weather is beautiful!”

6. Pani Puri At JNC Road

Pani Puri At JNC Roadsource: talkingstreet.in

The Pani Puri stall outside JNC College is a much-loved haunt of the JNC students who are usually crowding around the stall. Though there are other pani puri stalls in the vicinity, this is the one that draws maximum crowds for its perfect puris, aloo stuffing and pani.

7. Vada Pav At Mumbai Vadapavala, Jayanagar

Vada Pav At Mumbai Vadapavala, Jayanagarsource: media.tumblr.com

Mumbai Vadapavala is most famous for its Vada Pav, Dabeli and Pav Bhaji. A popular street eat out among college goers and shoppers around 4th Block, Jayanagar, it is located opposite to BHS First Grade College.

HolidayIQ Traveller Zuyyina says, “The food is really good. Most of the Indian dishes are available at any time.”


Do tell us about the ones we’ve missed, in the comments below.

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