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Broke? Here Is A List Of The Best Cheap Restaurants In Mumbai!

Facing the end-of-the-month money crunch? We've got you covered!

Mumbai being a place of immense hope has drawn people by the millions from across the Subcontinent to make their fortunes in the city. And with them, they have brought food specialties from their hometowns. Mumbai so, quickly became a home to a large variety of cuisines, all available at super cheap prices to support every common man that steps foot in the city. Not only do age old cafes and restaurants serve delicious food at budget friendly prices, but Mumbai's wholesome and tempting street food of absolutely delicious cheap eats is also found in almost every other 'gully'.

From steaming, mouth watering chicken tikka, mutton gravy and biryani to scrumptious vada pav, dosa and chaat, we bring a list of the cheap restaurants in Mumbai that all the city's college students and salesmen swear by!

1. Cafe Madras

Located in Matunga, this is one of Mumbai's all time favourite cafe for a quick bite of vegetarian South Indian dishes. The great food here keeps the restaurant buzzing at all times of the day, especially early morning for their extensive breakfast menu. Their Idli Podi and Rasam Idli quite literally melt in your mouth while the popular Set Dosa, Raagi Masala Dosa, Persattu Dosa and Neer Dosa are all relished by the folks. Their other highlights include the Madras Misal, Uttapam and Kadi Idlis that are always in demand by the customers. The best way people like to end their meals here is by having the famous Filter coffee or 'kaapi'. With great reviews and superb rating for every delicious meal available here, this makes it to the top of the most affordable restaurants serving some of the most delectable meals.

Cost for two: ₹ 250 | Open in Google Maps

2. Sarvi

Sarvi, located in Byculla is a delight for those who love a wholesome meal of hardcore non-vegetarian food. Their famous Chicken Afghani, Bheja Masala Fry, Brain Masala and Mutton Rashoda are some of the top recommendations of the place. These dishes are one of the more expensive dishes in their menu, while most of their egg varieties are priced at even cheaper rates. While the ambience of the place might not be very appealing, their spicy great food is sure to leave you craving for more. Other highlights like their hot seekh kebab, paaya and mutton curry are all mostly under INR 100, making this place a treat for our pocket and stomach. You can enjoy the dry appetizers along with their spicy mint and garlic green chutney and the hot curries with a bunch of big, crisp oven baked rotis.

Cost for two: ₹ 350 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

3. Khao Gully

One of the most famous eating streets in Mumbai, the Khao Gully in Fort is actually a long line of shops for food lovers to indulge in some scrumptious street food. Chaat that starts right from pani puri and bhel, dahi vada, sev puri, to other hot favourites like pav bhaji, vada pav, batata vada and baida roti which is the best in the neighbourhood. The variety doesn't seem to end in the long line of food stalls selling the best cheap eats in the city, getting the name 'khao gully' from there. People come from all across the city to gorge on the mouth watering flavour of the dishes served here.

Cost for two: ₹ 100 - 200 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Travenix

Read more : Bored Of Cooking? Here Are 15 Takeout And Delivery Options Available In Mumbai!

4. Amar Juice Centre

Located in Santacruz and Vile Parle, Amar Juice Centre is the go-to hub for fast food in the suburbs. Talk to anyone of their regulars and the first dish they will recommend will be their pipping hot Pav Bhaji. The pav bhaji literally is a mix of all the brilliant Indian flavours in a perfect blend to leave you panting and wanting more! Coming in different variants, the pav bhaji is served with toppings like butter and cheese. Some other great dishes here are the Special Tava Pulao, Chutney Masala Pav, Butter Idli and Club Sandwich. They even serve some dishes like a Jain Pav Bhaji and Jain Pizza that serve the Jain population in the city, unlike many other restaurants. Although it is a vegetarian eatery, it is regularly flocked with folks from across the city who want a quality, wholesome meal of street food at dirt cheap prices!

Cost for two: ₹ 600 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

5. Kyani & Co.

The most prominent long-surviving Irani cafe in the city, Kyani & Co. holds a special place in every Mumbaikar's heart. Located amidst the constant hustle of Marine Lines, a gracefully decaying neighbourhood that was once favoured by Goan sailors waiting for work, this cafe makes for a perfect morning or mid-afternoon meal to keep you going for the rest of the day. Regulars always order a sweet Irani chai with a bun maska, without much of a second thought. It is the highlight of the cafe to enjoy this combo that is literally a go-to here. Next, you can move on to having a fresh Mutton Puff, Chicken Irani Kebab, Chicken cheese Bhurji, Chicken Sali Boti and the famous Keema Pav. Enjoy this with the cooling Raspberry drink as it compliments all the spices in your meal. You can perfectly sum up your meal with a sweet mawa (milk solids) cake. With so much variety as well as quantity to offer as you enjoy the old time ambience, Kyani's cafe is extremely light on the pocket for all it has to offer!

Cost for two: ₹ 350 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (sheesh_kebab28)

6. Bagdadi

The go-to eatery for late-night town loafers is without a doubt Bagdadi. They will always be found open and serving some perfectly cooked tandoori Shami kebabs in the middle of the night. This hardcore non-vegetarian restaurant in Colaba serves some of the best 'tangdi kebabs' or tandoori chicken pieces. Their most recommended dishes include Bhuna Mutton, Bheja Fry, Chicken Tikka, Chicken Baida Roti and Seekh Kebab. Amongst the delicious vegetarian dishes include Paneer Bhurji, Paneer Masala and Mix Veg. Their popular succulent and buttery naans are perfect with the fiery Butter Chicken and Mutton Roast gravies they serve to their customers. Of course, nobody should miss out on their Chicken and Mutton biryanis that are so aromatic. They have a daily special list of special food items available on the day and usually include the famous, wholesome Dal Khichdi for those who are looking for a nourishing meal. Their Caramel Custard is an absolute cherry on the top to the delicious meal. People from the city, as well as visitors, opt for this simple restaurant to enjoy the flavours of Mughlai food, all at super affordable prices!

Cost for two: ₹ 600 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (_poodforn)

7. Sardar Pav Bhaji

Sardar Pav Bhaji located in Tardeo is one of the most popular street food joints amongst the office crowds in South Mumbai. As the name suggests, their pav bhaji is the what brings thousands of people to their doorstep to enjoy the spicy masalas and buttery pavs they offer. This pav bhaji served in many versions like Masala Pav where the bhaji is stuffed into the buttery pav. Their Cheese pav Bhaji is another favourite with the generous amounts of cheese topping the restaurant offers. Along with your fiery pav bhaji, you can enjoy cooling thick milkshakes like the Mango Milkshake (available in the summers) and the Sitafal Milkshake. This restaurant has remained true to its standards as well as cost efficient prices that have earned several loyal customers over the years.

Cost for two: ₹ 250 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

8. Hotel Ram Ashraya

Ram Ashraya in Dadar has seen much popularity again amongst the working folks in the city. Open right from 5 AM, It is the best plate to have some strong filter coffee, with a plate of their butter Idli Podi, Rasam Vada and Dosas as a fulfilling breakfast meal. Some other great dishes you can enjoy at any time in the day are the Bun Puri, Neer Dosa, Medu Vada, Mysore Uttapam, Onion and Tomato Omelette and Bisibele Bhath. They really serve the best of South Indian quick bites. With fantastic service, if you are in a hurry and want a tasty and cheap lunch or breakfast at super affordable prices, head straight over to Ram Ashraya in the buzzing Dadar region.

Cost for two: ₹ 200 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

9. Yazdani Bakery & Restaurant

One of the oldest Iranian bakeries in the city, Yazdani is an unmissable spot when it comes to this list. Existing since the time Mumbai was called 'Bombay', Yazdani Bakery in Fort is a popular hangout spot for all kinds of groups - college students, working crowd as well as the aged group looking for authentic Iranian snacks. Their freshly baked bread with herbs and garlic, Apple Cinnamon Pie, Carrot Cake, Bread Pudding, Mawa Cake and the favourite bun maska can all be enjoyed with Irani chai. Although their menu is limited to the standard Irani dishes, the bakery is a hot favourite amongst the city folks who are looking for a quick yet delicious meal as evening refreshment. With how quickly the eatery runs out of its baked goods, it is best to arrive as early as 9 AM when this Mumbai legend pulls up its shutters!

Cost for two: ₹ 200 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

10. Ashok Vada Pav

This popular stall in Prabhadevi is another brilliant go-to eatery to find what Mumbai folks love best - vada pav. This place is known in the whole city for serving the most delicious, fresh vada pavs. They also some other crispy fried snacks like Churi Pav and Potato Fritters. Their vada pavs come in different variations like Butter Vada Pav, Sweet Tamarind and Spicy Green Chutney Vada Pav and even a Samosa Pav. The simple street food joint sticks to this speciality of vada pavs but is the first choice for people who want to enjoy a light yet filling snack at cheap prices.

Cost for two: ₹ 100 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (vee_travelforfood)

11. Elco

Bandra's most popular fast food joint, Elco undoubtedly has earned its place on this list over time. Known for their chaat items, Elco has a special pani puri spot to serve the most delicious pani puri made right on the spot. Their other tangy chaat dishes include the Basket Chaat, Ragda Patty, Delhi Paapdi Chaat and Dahi Aloo Puri. The other dishes that are a highlight here include Chhole Bhature, Tripple Schezwan Rice, Grilled Sandwich and Pav Bhaji. Not only are their food dishes incredible but they have the tastiest desserts like Kulfi Falooda, Rasmalai, Gulab Jamun and several flavours of ice cream. With all that the restaurant offers you, it is one of the cheapest chaat hubs in the suburbs where you can count on their quality as well as hygiene.

Cost for two: ₹ 800 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (thebombaybutterfly)

12. Hearsch Bakery

A top-rated bakery in Bandra, Hearsch Bakery happens to have some of the greatest baked food items to serve the suburban folks. If you are to visit their hidden eatery, you will always find yourself part of a long queue to get your hands on the great food this bakery has to offer. Their menu is filled with croissants, puffs, quiches and many such delicious baked goods. Their top highlights include their Chicken Roll, Vegetarian burger, Spring Rolls, Chicken Lollipops, Chicken Masala and Biryani and Manchurian Samosas. Their desserts like Lemon and Chocolate Tarts, Blueberry Cheesecake, Tiramisu Coffee Cake. Their best-baked goods include freshly baked cookies, muffins and the special Plum and Dates cake. For such a wide variety of items, Hearsch Bakery is one of the best and cheapest eateries in the locality.

Cost for two: ₹ 400 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (thevoracioushogger)

Read more : The 12 Best Waffle Places In Mumbai

Eats

Broke? Here Is A List Of The Best Cheap Restaurants In Mumbai!

Facing the end-of-the-month money crunch? We've got you covered!

Mumbai being a place of immense hope has drawn people by the millions from across the Subcontinent to make their fortunes in the city. And with them, they have brought food specialties from their hometowns. Mumbai so, quickly became a home to a large variety of cuisines, all available at super cheap prices to support every common man that steps foot in the city. Not only do age old cafes and restaurants serve delicious food at budget friendly prices, but Mumbai's wholesome and tempting street food of absolutely delicious cheap eats is also found in almost every other 'gully'.

From steaming, mouth watering chicken tikka, mutton gravy and biryani to scrumptious vada pav, dosa and chaat, we bring a list of the cheap restaurants in Mumbai that all the city's college students and salesmen swear by!

1. Cafe Madras

Located in Matunga, this is one of Mumbai's all time favourite cafe for a quick bite of vegetarian South Indian dishes. The great food here keeps the restaurant buzzing at all times of the day, especially early morning for their extensive breakfast menu. Their Idli Podi and Rasam Idli quite literally melt in your mouth while the popular Set Dosa, Raagi Masala Dosa, Persattu Dosa and Neer Dosa are all relished by the folks. Their other highlights include the Madras Misal, Uttapam and Kadi Idlis that are always in demand by the customers. The best way people like to end their meals here is by having the famous Filter coffee or 'kaapi'. With great reviews and superb rating for every delicious meal available here, this makes it to the top of the most affordable restaurants serving some of the most delectable meals.

Cost for two: ₹ 250 | Open in Google Maps

2. Sarvi

Sarvi, located in Byculla is a delight for those who love a wholesome meal of hardcore non-vegetarian food. Their famous Chicken Afghani, Bheja Masala Fry, Brain Masala and Mutton Rashoda are some of the top recommendations of the place. These dishes are one of the more expensive dishes in their menu, while most of their egg varieties are priced at even cheaper rates. While the ambience of the place might not be very appealing, their spicy great food is sure to leave you craving for more. Other highlights like their hot seekh kebab, paaya and mutton curry are all mostly under INR 100, making this place a treat for our pocket and stomach. You can enjoy the dry appetizers along with their spicy mint and garlic green chutney and the hot curries with a bunch of big, crisp oven baked rotis.

Cost for two: ₹ 350 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

3. Khao Gully

One of the most famous eating streets in Mumbai, the Khao Gully in Fort is actually a long line of shops for food lovers to indulge in some scrumptious street food. Chaat that starts right from pani puri and bhel, dahi vada, sev puri, to other hot favourites like pav bhaji, vada pav, batata vada and baida roti which is the best in the neighbourhood. The variety doesn't seem to end in the long line of food stalls selling the best cheap eats in the city, getting the name 'khao gully' from there. People come from all across the city to gorge on the mouth watering flavour of the dishes served here.

Cost for two: ₹ 100 - 200 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Travenix

Read more : Bored Of Cooking? Here Are 15 Takeout And Delivery Options Available In Mumbai!

4. Amar Juice Centre

Located in Santacruz and Vile Parle, Amar Juice Centre is the go-to hub for fast food in the suburbs. Talk to anyone of their regulars and the first dish they will recommend will be their pipping hot Pav Bhaji. The pav bhaji literally is a mix of all the brilliant Indian flavours in a perfect blend to leave you panting and wanting more! Coming in different variants, the pav bhaji is served with toppings like butter and cheese. Some other great dishes here are the Special Tava Pulao, Chutney Masala Pav, Butter Idli and Club Sandwich. They even serve some dishes like a Jain Pav Bhaji and Jain Pizza that serve the Jain population in the city, unlike many other restaurants. Although it is a vegetarian eatery, it is regularly flocked with folks from across the city who want a quality, wholesome meal of street food at dirt cheap prices!

Cost for two: ₹ 600 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

5. Kyani & Co.

The most prominent long-surviving Irani cafe in the city, Kyani & Co. holds a special place in every Mumbaikar's heart. Located amidst the constant hustle of Marine Lines, a gracefully decaying neighbourhood that was once favoured by Goan sailors waiting for work, this cafe makes for a perfect morning or mid-afternoon meal to keep you going for the rest of the day. Regulars always order a sweet Irani chai with a bun maska, without much of a second thought. It is the highlight of the cafe to enjoy this combo that is literally a go-to here. Next, you can move on to having a fresh Mutton Puff, Chicken Irani Kebab, Chicken cheese Bhurji, Chicken Sali Boti and the famous Keema Pav. Enjoy this with the cooling Raspberry drink as it compliments all the spices in your meal. You can perfectly sum up your meal with a sweet mawa (milk solids) cake. With so much variety as well as quantity to offer as you enjoy the old time ambience, Kyani's cafe is extremely light on the pocket for all it has to offer!

Cost for two: ₹ 350 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (sheesh_kebab28)

6. Bagdadi

The go-to eatery for late-night town loafers is without a doubt Bagdadi. They will always be found open and serving some perfectly cooked tandoori Shami kebabs in the middle of the night. This hardcore non-vegetarian restaurant in Colaba serves some of the best 'tangdi kebabs' or tandoori chicken pieces. Their most recommended dishes include Bhuna Mutton, Bheja Fry, Chicken Tikka, Chicken Baida Roti and Seekh Kebab. Amongst the delicious vegetarian dishes include Paneer Bhurji, Paneer Masala and Mix Veg. Their popular succulent and buttery naans are perfect with the fiery Butter Chicken and Mutton Roast gravies they serve to their customers. Of course, nobody should miss out on their Chicken and Mutton biryanis that are so aromatic. They have a daily special list of special food items available on the day and usually include the famous, wholesome Dal Khichdi for those who are looking for a nourishing meal. Their Caramel Custard is an absolute cherry on the top to the delicious meal. People from the city, as well as visitors, opt for this simple restaurant to enjoy the flavours of Mughlai food, all at super affordable prices!

Cost for two: ₹ 600 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (_poodforn)

7. Sardar Pav Bhaji

Sardar Pav Bhaji located in Tardeo is one of the most popular street food joints amongst the office crowds in South Mumbai. As the name suggests, their pav bhaji is the what brings thousands of people to their doorstep to enjoy the spicy masalas and buttery pavs they offer. This pav bhaji served in many versions like Masala Pav where the bhaji is stuffed into the buttery pav. Their Cheese pav Bhaji is another favourite with the generous amounts of cheese topping the restaurant offers. Along with your fiery pav bhaji, you can enjoy cooling thick milkshakes like the Mango Milkshake (available in the summers) and the Sitafal Milkshake. This restaurant has remained true to its standards as well as cost efficient prices that have earned several loyal customers over the years.

Cost for two: ₹ 250 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

8. Hotel Ram Ashraya

Ram Ashraya in Dadar has seen much popularity again amongst the working folks in the city. Open right from 5 AM, It is the best plate to have some strong filter coffee, with a plate of their butter Idli Podi, Rasam Vada and Dosas as a fulfilling breakfast meal. Some other great dishes you can enjoy at any time in the day are the Bun Puri, Neer Dosa, Medu Vada, Mysore Uttapam, Onion and Tomato Omelette and Bisibele Bhath. They really serve the best of South Indian quick bites. With fantastic service, if you are in a hurry and want a tasty and cheap lunch or breakfast at super affordable prices, head straight over to Ram Ashraya in the buzzing Dadar region.

Cost for two: ₹ 200 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

9. Yazdani Bakery & Restaurant

One of the oldest Iranian bakeries in the city, Yazdani is an unmissable spot when it comes to this list. Existing since the time Mumbai was called 'Bombay', Yazdani Bakery in Fort is a popular hangout spot for all kinds of groups - college students, working crowd as well as the aged group looking for authentic Iranian snacks. Their freshly baked bread with herbs and garlic, Apple Cinnamon Pie, Carrot Cake, Bread Pudding, Mawa Cake and the favourite bun maska can all be enjoyed with Irani chai. Although their menu is limited to the standard Irani dishes, the bakery is a hot favourite amongst the city folks who are looking for a quick yet delicious meal as evening refreshment. With how quickly the eatery runs out of its baked goods, it is best to arrive as early as 9 AM when this Mumbai legend pulls up its shutters!

Cost for two: ₹ 200 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

10. Ashok Vada Pav

This popular stall in Prabhadevi is another brilliant go-to eatery to find what Mumbai folks love best - vada pav. This place is known in the whole city for serving the most delicious, fresh vada pavs. They also some other crispy fried snacks like Churi Pav and Potato Fritters. Their vada pavs come in different variations like Butter Vada Pav, Sweet Tamarind and Spicy Green Chutney Vada Pav and even a Samosa Pav. The simple street food joint sticks to this speciality of vada pavs but is the first choice for people who want to enjoy a light yet filling snack at cheap prices.

Cost for two: ₹ 100 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (vee_travelforfood)

11. Elco

Bandra's most popular fast food joint, Elco undoubtedly has earned its place on this list over time. Known for their chaat items, Elco has a special pani puri spot to serve the most delicious pani puri made right on the spot. Their other tangy chaat dishes include the Basket Chaat, Ragda Patty, Delhi Paapdi Chaat and Dahi Aloo Puri. The other dishes that are a highlight here include Chhole Bhature, Tripple Schezwan Rice, Grilled Sandwich and Pav Bhaji. Not only are their food dishes incredible but they have the tastiest desserts like Kulfi Falooda, Rasmalai, Gulab Jamun and several flavours of ice cream. With all that the restaurant offers you, it is one of the cheapest chaat hubs in the suburbs where you can count on their quality as well as hygiene.

Cost for two: ₹ 800 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (thebombaybutterfly)

12. Hearsch Bakery

A top-rated bakery in Bandra, Hearsch Bakery happens to have some of the greatest baked food items to serve the suburban folks. If you are to visit their hidden eatery, you will always find yourself part of a long queue to get your hands on the great food this bakery has to offer. Their menu is filled with croissants, puffs, quiches and many such delicious baked goods. Their top highlights include their Chicken Roll, Vegetarian burger, Spring Rolls, Chicken Lollipops, Chicken Masala and Biryani and Manchurian Samosas. Their desserts like Lemon and Chocolate Tarts, Blueberry Cheesecake, Tiramisu Coffee Cake. Their best-baked goods include freshly baked cookies, muffins and the special Plum and Dates cake. For such a wide variety of items, Hearsch Bakery is one of the best and cheapest eateries in the locality.

Cost for two: ₹ 400 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (thevoracioushogger)

Read more : The 12 Best Waffle Places In Mumbai

Eats

Broke? Here Is A List Of The Best Cheap Restaurants In Mumbai!

Facing the end-of-the-month money crunch? We've got you covered!

Mumbai being a place of immense hope has drawn people by the millions from across the Subcontinent to make their fortunes in the city. And with them, they have brought food specialties from their hometowns. Mumbai so, quickly became a home to a large variety of cuisines, all available at super cheap prices to support every common man that steps foot in the city. Not only do age old cafes and restaurants serve delicious food at budget friendly prices, but Mumbai's wholesome and tempting street food of absolutely delicious cheap eats is also found in almost every other 'gully'.

From steaming, mouth watering chicken tikka, mutton gravy and biryani to scrumptious vada pav, dosa and chaat, we bring a list of the cheap restaurants in Mumbai that all the city's college students and salesmen swear by!

1. Cafe Madras

Located in Matunga, this is one of Mumbai's all time favourite cafe for a quick bite of vegetarian South Indian dishes. The great food here keeps the restaurant buzzing at all times of the day, especially early morning for their extensive breakfast menu. Their Idli Podi and Rasam Idli quite literally melt in your mouth while the popular Set Dosa, Raagi Masala Dosa, Persattu Dosa and Neer Dosa are all relished by the folks. Their other highlights include the Madras Misal, Uttapam and Kadi Idlis that are always in demand by the customers. The best way people like to end their meals here is by having the famous Filter coffee or 'kaapi'. With great reviews and superb rating for every delicious meal available here, this makes it to the top of the most affordable restaurants serving some of the most delectable meals.

Cost for two: ₹ 250 | Open in Google Maps

2. Sarvi

Sarvi, located in Byculla is a delight for those who love a wholesome meal of hardcore non-vegetarian food. Their famous Chicken Afghani, Bheja Masala Fry, Brain Masala and Mutton Rashoda are some of the top recommendations of the place. These dishes are one of the more expensive dishes in their menu, while most of their egg varieties are priced at even cheaper rates. While the ambience of the place might not be very appealing, their spicy great food is sure to leave you craving for more. Other highlights like their hot seekh kebab, paaya and mutton curry are all mostly under INR 100, making this place a treat for our pocket and stomach. You can enjoy the dry appetizers along with their spicy mint and garlic green chutney and the hot curries with a bunch of big, crisp oven baked rotis.

Cost for two: ₹ 350 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

3. Khao Gully

One of the most famous eating streets in Mumbai, the Khao Gully in Fort is actually a long line of shops for food lovers to indulge in some scrumptious street food. Chaat that starts right from pani puri and bhel, dahi vada, sev puri, to other hot favourites like pav bhaji, vada pav, batata vada and baida roti which is the best in the neighbourhood. The variety doesn't seem to end in the long line of food stalls selling the best cheap eats in the city, getting the name 'khao gully' from there. People come from all across the city to gorge on the mouth watering flavour of the dishes served here.

Cost for two: ₹ 100 - 200 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Travenix

Read more : Bored Of Cooking? Here Are 15 Takeout And Delivery Options Available In Mumbai!

4. Amar Juice Centre

Located in Santacruz and Vile Parle, Amar Juice Centre is the go-to hub for fast food in the suburbs. Talk to anyone of their regulars and the first dish they will recommend will be their pipping hot Pav Bhaji. The pav bhaji literally is a mix of all the brilliant Indian flavours in a perfect blend to leave you panting and wanting more! Coming in different variants, the pav bhaji is served with toppings like butter and cheese. Some other great dishes here are the Special Tava Pulao, Chutney Masala Pav, Butter Idli and Club Sandwich. They even serve some dishes like a Jain Pav Bhaji and Jain Pizza that serve the Jain population in the city, unlike many other restaurants. Although it is a vegetarian eatery, it is regularly flocked with folks from across the city who want a quality, wholesome meal of street food at dirt cheap prices!

Cost for two: ₹ 600 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

5. Kyani & Co.

The most prominent long-surviving Irani cafe in the city, Kyani & Co. holds a special place in every Mumbaikar's heart. Located amidst the constant hustle of Marine Lines, a gracefully decaying neighbourhood that was once favoured by Goan sailors waiting for work, this cafe makes for a perfect morning or mid-afternoon meal to keep you going for the rest of the day. Regulars always order a sweet Irani chai with a bun maska, without much of a second thought. It is the highlight of the cafe to enjoy this combo that is literally a go-to here. Next, you can move on to having a fresh Mutton Puff, Chicken Irani Kebab, Chicken cheese Bhurji, Chicken Sali Boti and the famous Keema Pav. Enjoy this with the cooling Raspberry drink as it compliments all the spices in your meal. You can perfectly sum up your meal with a sweet mawa (milk solids) cake. With so much variety as well as quantity to offer as you enjoy the old time ambience, Kyani's cafe is extremely light on the pocket for all it has to offer!

Cost for two: ₹ 350 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (sheesh_kebab28)

6. Bagdadi

The go-to eatery for late-night town loafers is without a doubt Bagdadi. They will always be found open and serving some perfectly cooked tandoori Shami kebabs in the middle of the night. This hardcore non-vegetarian restaurant in Colaba serves some of the best 'tangdi kebabs' or tandoori chicken pieces. Their most recommended dishes include Bhuna Mutton, Bheja Fry, Chicken Tikka, Chicken Baida Roti and Seekh Kebab. Amongst the delicious vegetarian dishes include Paneer Bhurji, Paneer Masala and Mix Veg. Their popular succulent and buttery naans are perfect with the fiery Butter Chicken and Mutton Roast gravies they serve to their customers. Of course, nobody should miss out on their Chicken and Mutton biryanis that are so aromatic. They have a daily special list of special food items available on the day and usually include the famous, wholesome Dal Khichdi for those who are looking for a nourishing meal. Their Caramel Custard is an absolute cherry on the top to the delicious meal. People from the city, as well as visitors, opt for this simple restaurant to enjoy the flavours of Mughlai food, all at super affordable prices!

Cost for two: ₹ 600 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Instagram (_poodforn)

7. Sardar Pav Bhaji

Sardar Pav Bhaji located in Tardeo is one of the most popular street food joints amongst the office crowds in South Mumbai. As the name suggests, their pav bhaji is the what brings thousands of people to their doorstep to enjoy the spicy masalas and buttery pavs they offer. This pav bhaji served in many versions like Masala Pav where the bhaji is stuffed into the buttery pav. Their Cheese pav Bhaji is another favourite with the generous amounts of cheese topping the restaurant offers. Along with your fiery pav bhaji, you can enjoy cooling thick milkshakes like the Mango Milkshake (available in the summers) and the Sitafal Milkshake. This restaurant has remained true to its standards as well as cost efficient prices that have earned several loyal customers over the years.

Cost for two: ₹ 250 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

8. Hotel Ram Ashraya

Ram Ashraya in Dadar has seen much popularity again amongst the working folks in the city. Open right from 5 AM, It is the best plate to have some strong filter coffee, with a plate of their butter Idli Podi, Rasam Vada and Dosas as a fulfilling breakfast meal. Some other great dishes you can enjoy at any time in the day are the Bun Puri, Neer Dosa, Medu Vada, Mysore Uttapam, Onion and Tomato Omelette and Bisibele Bhath. They really serve the best of South Indian quick bites. With fantastic service, if you are in a hurry and want a tasty and cheap lunch or breakfast at super affordable prices, head straight over to Ram Ashraya in the buzzing Dadar region.

Cost for two: ₹ 200 | Open in Google Maps

Source : Zomato

9. Yazdani Bakery & Restaurant

One of the oldest Iranian bakeries in the city, Yazdani is an unmissable spot when it comes to this list. Existing since the time Mumbai was called 'Bombay', Yazdani Bakery in Fort is a popular hangout spot for all kinds of groups - college students, working crowd as well as the aged group looking for authentic Iranian snacks. Their freshly baked bread with herbs and garlic, Apple Cinnamon Pie, Carrot Cake, Bread Pudding, Mawa Cake and the favourite bun maska can all be enjoyed with Irani chai. Although their menu is limited to the standard Irani dishes, the bakery is a hot favourite amongst the city folks who are looking for a quick yet delicious meal as evening refreshment. With how quickly the eatery runs out of its baked goods, it is best to arrive as early as 9 AM when this Mumbai legend pulls up its shutters!

Cost for two: ₹ 200 | Open in Google Maps

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10. Ashok Vada Pav

This popular stall in Prabhadevi is another brilliant go-to eatery to find what Mumbai folks love best - vada pav. This place is known in the whole city for serving the most delicious, fresh vada pavs. They also some other crispy fried snacks like Churi Pav and Potato Fritters. Their vada pavs come in different variations like Butter Vada Pav, Sweet Tamarind and Spicy Green Chutney Vada Pav and even a Samosa Pav. The simple street food joint sticks to this speciality of vada pavs but is the first choice for people who want to enjoy a light yet filling snack at cheap prices.

Cost for two: ₹ 100 | Open in Google Maps

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11. Elco

Bandra's most popular fast food joint, Elco undoubtedly has earned its place on this list over time. Known for their chaat items, Elco has a special pani puri spot to serve the most delicious pani puri made right on the spot. Their other tangy chaat dishes include the Basket Chaat, Ragda Patty, Delhi Paapdi Chaat and Dahi Aloo Puri. The other dishes that are a highlight here include Chhole Bhature, Tripple Schezwan Rice, Grilled Sandwich and Pav Bhaji. Not only are their food dishes incredible but they have the tastiest desserts like Kulfi Falooda, Rasmalai, Gulab Jamun and several flavours of ice cream. With all that the restaurant offers you, it is one of the cheapest chaat hubs in the suburbs where you can count on their quality as well as hygiene.

Cost for two: ₹ 800 | Open in Google Maps

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12. Hearsch Bakery

A top-rated bakery in Bandra, Hearsch Bakery happens to have some of the greatest baked food items to serve the suburban folks. If you are to visit their hidden eatery, you will always find yourself part of a long queue to get your hands on the great food this bakery has to offer. Their menu is filled with croissants, puffs, quiches and many such delicious baked goods. Their top highlights include their Chicken Roll, Vegetarian burger, Spring Rolls, Chicken Lollipops, Chicken Masala and Biryani and Manchurian Samosas. Their desserts like Lemon and Chocolate Tarts, Blueberry Cheesecake, Tiramisu Coffee Cake. Their best-baked goods include freshly baked cookies, muffins and the special Plum and Dates cake. For such a wide variety of items, Hearsch Bakery is one of the best and cheapest eateries in the locality.

Cost for two: ₹ 400 | Open in Google Maps

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