Best Vadapav stalls in Mumbai

Mumbai never lets anyone go hungry. It offers you the iconic street food ‘The Vada Pav’. Also known as the Poor man’s burger, Vada Pav is savored by one and all Mumbaikars and visitors to the city alike.Vada Pav is every Mumbaikar’s grab-and-go snack. Potato patties mashed with garlic, chillies and coriander are dipped in chickpea flour, fried golden, then laid in “pav” – a springy white bap that’s well buttered, spread with coriander chutney and sprinkled with garlic and chilli powder.

We list some of the best vada pav stalls around Mumbai city.


Ashok Vada Pav, which is located in the Kirti College vicinity. Also known as Kirti College Vada Pav locally, it is a joint which is a favorite among the Vada Pav lovers for the last 35 years.In 35 years, the cost has gone from 6 paise to Rs15, but the taste is still the same The owner claims that he uses more than 40 ingredients to make the dish along with the garnishing Chutneys and the joint has been mentioned and recommended in various food and travel magazines of local and international repute. Many celebrities such as Madhuri Dixit and Sushmita Sen often visit the place to enjoy Ashok Vada Pav’s offerings.

Vada Pav @ Anand

Everyone from students to businessmen flock to the Anand stall, under a purple and green awning, which whips up more than a thousand a day. An added touch is a plate of rock-salted fried green chillies, which aren’t nearly as fiery as you might think. Cool off with mini bottles of sweet lassi from the stall to the left.
• Anand, opposite Mithibai College, Gulmohar Road, Vile Parle West, 20p a bap. Open 7.30am-11pm 


Bang opposite the heritage CST Station in South Mumbai, Aaram Vada Pav has been serving the iconic dish for the last 70 years

Babu Vadapav(Parle Tilakcha Vadapav)Vileparle

Parle tilak school’s Babu’s vadapav is one of the best places to eat this delicious treat. served with red garlic dry chutney on the side. You can never eat one, and will want to eat more for sure. The quality and taste is maintained for many many years and most of the people in Vile Parle have grown up eating…


Shree Durga Snacks is based at the corner of Gokhale and Ram Maruti Road. There are no deaths of Vada Pav stalls in Thane but daily commuters take a 10 minute detour to have a taste of their special Vada Pavs which are full of extra crispy batter bits sprinkled on to the Vada and some generous dose of spicy garlic Chutney.


Graduate Vada Pav is situated just outside the busy Byculla (W) station. It has been in business for the last 17 years and serves more than 2000 people on a daily basis. It offers various options in Chutneys ranging from Chili, Garlic, Coconut and Tamarind. 


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