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These are the 10 best breakfast places in Mumbai

These are the 10 best breakfast places in Mumbai. Check out my list.

1

Ramashray, Matunga

Ramashray, Matunga

What makes this joint favourite among many is the fact that it opens its doors even before dawn, making sure each and every dish is available before 5 am, whether its their perfectly crisp rava dosa, soft idlis sprinkled with their ever so delectable mulga podi (known as spicy gunpowder chutney) and upma podi. What sells like hot cakes is their warm and spicy rasam vada, neer dosa and the traditional filter coffee that would make the mornings perfect.

2

Aram, Fort

Aram, Fort

One of the quickest places for breakfast in the heart of south Mumbai, Aram being so close to CSt station ,makes it even better for commuters to pick up some hot breakfast on their way to work. While the Maharashtrian food joint looks slightly unkempt, it has on its menu the fluffiest and tastiest sabudana vada in town. Their upma, poha, sheera are equally popular, but their kothimbir vadi is what takes the cake.

3

Ladu Samrat, Parel

Ladu Samrat, Parel

You might have mistaken it for being a normal Maharashtrian restaurant that sellls bland upma, poha and a visibly disappointing sabudana khichdi. However, Ladu Samrat earns a special place for its jumbo sized batata vada, served with spicy garlic sukkha chutney and a coconut chutney. Their taste will wipe out even an ounce of guilt incase you are of the health conscious sort.

4

Kyani an Co , Kalbadevi

Kyani an Co , Kalbadevi

Who wouldnt agree that a loaf of bun generously slathered with maska and a hot cup of Irani chai makes for the most mouth watering and filling breakfast option. Every Mumbaikar will swear by the charm of the quaint Irani cafe culture and Kyani and Co happens to be one of the oldest, cheapest and the best. You can have their popular akuri and their delectable French toast on your way to work.

5

Aaswad, Shivaji Park

Aaswad, Shivaji Park

This award winning restaurant basks in the glory of its ever so delectable misal pav that has now been recognised by connoisseurs world over. prepared with homemade spices, the misal pav here is a whole meal itself. The best being the spicy curry prepared with matki and served with chopped onions, tomatoes, fresh coriander and lime along with some green and tamarind chutneys with pav, the highlight of which is the topping of farsan, which adds crunch to the dish.

6

Cafe Metro, Marine lines

Cafe Metro, Marine lines

Eggs and a bread is a breakfast that alot of people swear by, and it would add to the contentment of many if it is accompanied with some juicy kheema. Head to this extremely pocket friendly cafe in town that opens much before your work hours and serves a variety of egg omelette pav, egg sandwich and a plate of spicy kheema pav , along with a cup of tea

7

Guru Kripa, Sion

Guru Kripa, Sion

We are not suggestingyou to eat unhealthily early in the morning, but a plate of samosa chhole will satiate every one of yours taste buds and will fill you up enough for the rest of the day. You can also lay your hands on the popular Sindhi Traditional breakfast of dal pakwan , comprising a traditional curry of spilt peas and spices served along with a maida flatbread.

8

Mocha, Bandra

Mocha, Bandra

After your home, this is one of the few places where you would find the best, yet less expensive pancakes. These are flavoured with buttermilk and are soft and mushy in texture. Other than the fancy places across south Mumbai and western suburbs where you wouldnt find a decent pancake below rupees 250, this comes with a humble price tag and is still quite delicious and filling at the same time.

9

Mamledar , Thane

Mamledar , Thane

Mamledar misal is very famous in thane as well as in Mumbai. Mamledar is close to Thane railway station and it helps the office people to take the parcel on their way to work.The dish is eaten for brekfast or as a midday snack or meal , often as part of misal pav.

10

Sea Lounge, The Taj Mahal Palace

Sea Lounge, The Taj Mahal Palace

There are several places in the city that offer spectacular views of the ocean, and the harbour, but none that transport you to 19 th century India. And this is what makes the Sea Lounge at Taj Mahal unique. Its a very classy tea lounge with sqishy sofas, simple glass tables and upholstered chairs that are scattered across a plush carpet, patterned in wavelike swirls, all in warm greens and blues