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10 Most Mouth-watering Mumbai Chowpatty Food Items!

We all crave for those delicious foods after playing in the sea and the sands of the beach! Even if we aren't too hungry, we do relish them frequently!
Mumbai Chowpatty is quite famous, where people of all ages love to consume the city's famous street snacks.
Here's the list of the tempting food items found on a normal Mumbai Chowpatty:

1

Chaat

Chaat

Chaat describes all those savory snacks like Bhel Puri, Pani Puri, Dahi Puri, Masala Puri etc. They are all based on fried dough, with various other ingredients. They are mostly served with chutneys like tamarind, pudina etc and yogurt. Chaat is commonly available in chowpatty and roadside stalls.

Vada pav

Popularly known as the "Indian Veggie Burger"!
Vada pav is one of the most favorite snacks one can have for breakfast or even lunch or dinner! Vada is basically boiled mashed potato added with some spices and coated with a Bengal gram flour batter, which is deep fried. Vada is covered by bread bun and served with spicy chutneys. They are available everywhere - chowpatty, college and company canteens, roadside dhabas etc. They are fattening, but who cares!

Kachchi Dabeli

Dabeli is also one of the favorite fast foods! Kachchi Dabeli is a spicy - sweet mixture of boiled mashed potatoes added with spices and covered by a buttered bread bun. It is served with chutneys like tamarind, mint etc. and garnished with pomegranates, roasted peanuts and shev. It is originally from Gujarat. It is also available in most of the places like chowpatty and canteens.

Pav Bhaji

Pav bhaji is one of the popular fast food items. It consists of bhaji (a thick potato-based curry) garnished with coriander, chopped onion, and a dash of lemon and lightly toasted pav. The pav is usually buttered on all sides. It is originated in Maharashtrain cuisine. There are variants such as Paneer Pav Bhaji, Cheese Pav Bhaji etc. It is mostly available in chowpatty and roadside food trucks.

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Bhajji

Bhajji

Bhajji is a popular fast food, which Indian people occasionally have, after it rains. It is a spicy Indian snack that consists of a core food (like soaked potato or fried onions) and is deep fried, which is similar to vada of the Vada Pav. Maharastrain people also prepare bhajji on special occasions and festivals. Bhajji is always available on chowpatty and roadside stalls.

6

Gola

Gola

Gola is an ice candy made of crushed ice and flavored syrup, which is similar to an American Snow cone. Kala Khatta is one of the popular flavors. It is made from Jambul fruit in India. Gola is usually available in summers to beat the scorching heat in Mumbai. One can get it on on chowpatty and roadside stalls.

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Dosa

Dosa

Dosa is one of the favorite breakfast food items! It is basically a fremented crepe made from rice batter and black lentils. It is served with coconut chutney, sambhar, dry chutney etc. It is the staple food of people living in the South Indian states. There are many varieties in the dosa like Masala Dosa, Rava Dosa, etc. It is fermented food product and is quite nutritious! It is commonly available at chowpatty and roadside dhabas.

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Samosa

Samosa

Samosa is one of the popular fast food snacks. Samosa is a fried or baked pastry with filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas, lentils. It is served with mint or tamarind chutney. It is always available on chowpatty, roadside stalls and restaurants.

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Pohe

Pohe

Pohe is made of flattened, processed rice, roasted with chili peppers, onions, mustard and cumin seeds and curry leaves (Kadi-patta). It is popular as a breakfast item in Maharashtra. It can be prepared in few minutes! Pohe is available on chowpatty, tea shops and resaturants.

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Ice cream

Ice cream

A chowpatty is incomplete without an ice cream stall! Be it any weather, one cannot leave the beach without having an ice cream cone or a small ice cream cup.