We Indian’s so love food! It’s totally Impossible separating that foodie from an Indian. We so live our life king size when we get our pay checks, we love treating ourselves and our friends with some delicious treats that are best available in the market and then end up spending nine out of ten parts of our pay in just first two or two and half weeks. And now the struggle begins! The struggle to find that cheap yet tasty meal twice a day.
Well, worry not! When you are in Mumbai, this city won’t let you stay hungry as they have tasty treats available at a very affordable price. Whether you are a cash strapped traveler or a broke college going student or belong to the working class, you can now find meals in the dream city just under 100 bucks! Yes, you read it right, just under 100 rupees.
- Udipi Idli house, Matunga
Matunga is any South Indian food lovers dream come true and if you think that you have had the best Idli, wait! Till you try this place. Like many Udipi restaurants, there is nothing great about the ambiance, but you will surely love this place if you want to try some authentic idlis that too at an affordable price. Kanchipuram Idli, Butter Kakdi Idli, and Rassam Idili are a must try here. You can also try a typical Mangalorean breakfast of Khotto drizzled with coconut oil and red chilly chutney. If you are someone who loves Typical South Indian food and are planning to buy a new property in Mumbai, then Matunga is sure to fulfill your demand.
Price: Rs 50 onwards
- Gurukripa, Sion
This pocket friendly outlet in Sion is known for serving delicious food to its patrons for decades now. Mostly Gurukripa is famous for its piping hot Chole Samosa, crunchy Pani Puri, and Ragda Pattice. Also, the hot and delicious Gulab Jamun and Gajar ka Halwa are not to be missed. As a testament to its quality, one thing to be mentioned is that the Samosa’s you find in multiplexes of Mumbai are made here. Dal Pakwan is their signature dish and is only served between 8 Am to 9 Am, make sure you don’t miss it. Also, Sion is considered as the center of Mumbai, and is well connected to the rest of the city and has good public transport facilities available for daily commuters. So buying a property in Mumbai, especially Sion will ensure you high ROI. You can also find upcoming projects in Mumbai only on Mumbai Property Hub.
Specialty: Chole Samosa
Price: Rs 25
- Khau Gali, Ghatkopar
Mumbai has a number of Food Lanes or what we locally call, Khau Galli, that have come up near the commercial centers but the one in Pant Nagar, Ghatkopar is most famous amongst all, especially for its veg treats. This place serves the best lip smacking street food, be it buttery pav bhaji, spicy vada pav, masala thumbs up or the yummilicious Jalebi. A must try here is the variety of Dosa’s here, they serve almost 30 different types of Dosa. Ghatkopar is also known as ‘mini Mumbai’ and has some amazing and well structured residential apartments in Mumbai. If you are looking for purchasing a property in Mumbai, then buying a property in Ghatkopar is something you should go for as they are known for serving high ROI.
Specialty: Street Food
Price: Rs.40 onwards
So, Next time don’t say “ Yaar Paise Kam Hai!” instead say Bon appétit!