7 Monsoon Snack Spots To Try Out In Mumbai This Monsoon

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Monsoon is almost every Mumbaikars favourite time in the city. Cool breeze, beautiful weather and some much awaited pleasant air after a scorching hot summer. We present to you 7 spots in Mumbai where every foodie should totally stop by, for a quick monsoon snack.

Wadi Mix at Prakash

The menu at Prakash Shakahari Upahaar Kendra includes crunchy fried Kothambir wadi. Pair these with Piyush or hot masala milk sprinkled with almond slivers, and your monsoon meal is set.

AT: Prakash Shakahari Upahaar Kendra, near Sena Bhavan, Shivaji Park

TIMINGS: 7.30 AM – 10.30 PM

CALL: 24386094

Hot Chips at Sri Krishna

If you are stocking up on farsan, pick up the easy-on-the-palate potato salli. From this chip-lovers haunt at Seven Bungalows. After all who doesn’t like local hot chips and NETFLIX on a rainy day?

AT: Sri Krishna Hot Chips, Near Ambika Hotel and Shiv Mandir, JP Road, Seven Bungalows

TIMINGS: 10 AM – 7 PM

Samrat’s Chinese Bhaji

Here, one can easily miss on Mumbai’s favourite snack Vada-Pav and order a plate of Chinese Bhaji. The Chinese Bhaji is a fiery fusion version of the traditional Kanda Bhaji with spicy and zesty sauces.

AT: Samrat Vada Pav, Subhash Road, Vile Parle East

CALL: 9324047619

Cutting Chai at Prithvi Cafe

“Chai” is an essence of every Mumbaikar from the Dalal Street to the glamorous sets of Bollywood, tea is something that every Mumbaikar needs for the smooth functioning of their days. Situated in small corner in the area of Juhu, Prithvi Café has a variety of food items which will satiate your hunger. Their cutting chai is a must try there. Tea maybe a word for Indians Chai is an emotion.

AT: 20, Janki Kutir, Juhu Church Road, Mumbai-400049

Phone: 02226174118

Chana Chaat at Juhu Beach

This is a perfect monsoon snack for fitness freaks which comes with both taste and nutrition. The famous Chana Chaat is made with protein-rich Kala Chana, tossed in simple spices and a splash of lemon juice. The Chana Chat also comes in different variations, some of them include mashed potatoes with finely chopped onions and fresh Coriander leaves.

So if you tend to visit the beach during the rains, this make it the perfect pocket friendly companion.

AT: Various Thelas and stalls at Juhu Beach

Masala Dosa at Café Madras:

For all the south Indian cuisine lovers this is a heavenly place which serves fresh essence of the southern cuisine. The place is quite popular among college students. Pineapple Sheera, Raagi Dosa, Mysore pak and the all-time south India popular filter coffee. The place is so good, definitely add this to your list of must visit monsoon snack house. Get there ASAP and get all you can from this delicious South Indian multi cuisine heaven.

Timings: 7 AM to 2:30PM, 4:00pm to 10:30 pm

Phone: 02224014419

Misal Pav at Prakash Upahaar Kendra:

 This is one of our favourite spot on the list. It may certainly be last but its definitely not the least. The fiery Misal gives the authentic taste of spicy yet mouthwatering taste of Maharashtra’s hot spices and the lovely cuisine made out of it. The Misal is served traditionally with a filling of Batata Bhaji and topped with crispy namkeen and onions.

Timings: 7:30am to 10:30pm

AT: 9/10, Horizon Building, Gokhale Road North, Dadar west, Mumbai- 400028

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