9 must-try tiffins in Mumbai

Vada Pav

Often referred to as Mumbai's own burger, vada pav consists of a spicy potato fritter (vada) sandwiched between a pav (soft bread roll) with chutneys.

Pav Bhaji

A popular street food dish made with a mashed vegetable curry (bhaji) served with buttered pav (bread rolls) and garnished with onions and lemon.

Pani Puri

Small, hollow, crispy puris filled with a mixture of flavored water (pani), tamarind chutney, potatoes, and chickpeas.


A Gujarati snack widely popular in Mumbai, Dabeli consists of a spicy potato mixture with a medley of chutneys and masala peanuts, sandwiched in a pav.

Misal Pav

A spicy curry made with sprouted moth beans (matki) and spices, served with pav. It's topped with farsan (crispy fried snacks) and chopped onions.

Kanda Poha

Flattened rice cooked with onions, mustard seeds, curry leaves, and spices, making it a popular and light breakfast or snack option.

Bhel Puri

A delightful and tangy mixture of puffed rice, chopped vegetables, chutneys, and crunchy sev (fried gram flour noodles), creating a flavorsome snack.

Bombay Sandwich

A flavorful sandwich made with layers of vegetables like tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and boiled potatoes, seasoned with chutneys and spices.

Ragda Pattice

Potato patties served with a spicy white peas curry (ragda), topped with chutneys, onions, and coriander, offering a savory and filling dish.

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