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The Ultimate Guide to Mumbai's Best Street Dosas

In Mumbai, you can get a dosa filled with various veggies and sauces, be it Indian, Italian, or Chinese. Here is an ultimate guide to Mumbai's Street Dosa.

Dosa is a popular South Indian thin crepe/Pancake made with fermented rice and lentil (urad dal) batter. Traditionally eaten with chutneys and sambhar, Dosas are a crowd favorite and quite versatile in terms of flavors it can go with. Due to this, a lot has experimented with Dosas. Dosas can be mixed with all cuisines. Be it Indian, Mexican, Italian, or Chinese - you can get a dosa filled with various veggies and sauces.

South Indian cuisine can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and there is no doubt that Dosa tops the favorite list. If you are from South India, you will find Mumbai dosas very different. In Mumbai, street food is very important. Right from that galiis near office areas to street vendors at every interval - there is some snack available for everyone. Be it sandwiches, vada pav, bhel puri chaat, or dosas it's a part of everyone's life in Mumbai. The thing with dosas is that it's quick and easy to eat. Also, quite easy on the stomach and good on the pocket. Everyone is fond of it, right from kids, youngsters, and elders. You can add it with anything and you can never go wrong with the batter. To make sure you don't miss out on this very versatile dish in all its forms, we present to you the ultimate guide to Mumbai's Street Dosa.

1. Narayan Dosa

Difficult to find, but once you find it, you will want to go back to it. A favorite of the South Mumbai crowd, Narayan Dosa has been a go-to comfort food place for many years. Located, below a bridge in a small lane in Grant Road, this place makes sure one has a great food experience by offering highly palatable food. If you are not finding the place, just follow the delicious aroma of dosas around you and you are sure to reach this spot. It's a small shop with two people making fresh dosas for you. There is space to sit, but it's always crowded so people end up standing or eating in their cars. Do try the Palak Paneer Dosa or the Mysore Dosa with his well-known chutney. You will surely go for more.

Narayan Dosa

Cost for two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

2. Kissan Dosa

Speaking of Mumbai Street food and dosas, what puts all of them in different categories is the variety of chutneys and Kissan has aced the art of making chutneys. There have been times when people eat his chutney with spoons or drink it from a glass. Tucked in a small lane in Sion, he offers a variety of dosas - Sada dosa, pav bhaji dosa, masala dosa, and our most favorite schezwan dosa. You can try any of the options with their garlic or normal chutney. The dosas area small in size, so you can easily gulp 2-3 at a time and the dosa batter is also quite smooth. He serves you in a car, you can stand near his stall and eat piping hot fresh dosas. What wouldn't we do for his Chutney and dosa recipe?

Kissan Dosa

Cost for Two - Rs 300 | Google Maps

Where - 102, Rd Number 24, Sion West, Sion, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400022

3. Raju Dosa

When it comes to good street food, the suburb of Ghatkopar is on the top list. Ghatkopar has a lot of street food options and multiple vendors selling the same food. There is an entire lane, which is filled with food that will do summersaults to your taste buds. Similarly, Ghatkopar has this hidden gem called Raju Dosa tucked away in a lane near a garden. Raju Dosa sells all kinds of delicious dosas ranging from Sada dosa to Masala and the best ones being Mysore Masala Dosa and Chutney Dosa. You have to typically stand and eat your dosas, as there is no seating available unless you eat in your car. He serves two kinds of chutneys with the dosa - the coconut and the coconut with garlic. For extra love - do add cheese in your chutney dosa. The best part about Raju Dosa - is the price. Most affordable dosas.

Raju Dosa

Where - Shrimad Rajchandra Ln, Sindhu Wadi, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077

Cost for Two - Rs 250 | Google Maps

4. Anand Dosa Stall

The hub of students and all things good food Vile Parle has a variety of yummy food available at your disposal. Right opposite the most famous student university is the Anand Dosa Stall. Known best for his pizza dosas and Jini dosa (Made with Chopped onions, capsicum, potato masala, cabbage, Coriander leaves, grated cheese, and much more), a dosa at this stall is a full meal. Every student graduating from SVKM colleges has tasted his amazing dosas. You can either stand and order or sit in your car and eat. The dosas are big and size and you can easily share them with someone. You can also try the sandwiches and the sodas available right next to the dosa stall. The dosas are a little big on the pocket, but it's absolutely worth it.

Anand Dosa Stall

Where - Anand Stall, Gulmohar Road No. 1, Opp. Mithibai College, Vile Parle West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400056

Cost for Two - Rs 500 | Google Maps

5. Nandu Dosa

Having two stalls - one in Juhu and the other one in Borivali, Nandu Dosa is quite famous for its delicious dosas. He offers around 70 kinds of dosas and that means you can try a new dosa every day for almost 2 months and never have to repeat it. Who can have dosas for 2 months straight? You can go there and decide. The place is economical and offers Pav Bhaji Masala Dosa, Pizza Dosa and Chocolate Dosa is also available. The service is prompt and it is always crowded with people.

Nandu Dosa

Where - 24, Kent Garden, MUN Market, Borivali West, Mumbai

Cost for Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

6. Pure Milk Centre

Are you a cheese lover? Then this place is perfect for you. This place got famous because of their Cheese Burst Dosa s- a dosa which is covered with oodles of cheese and mayonnaise. You need 2-3 people to finish the dosa as it's so heavy and worth every penny. They have varieties of Cheese Burst dosas as well as normal dosa. You can pick your favorite and order. They also serve Maggi dosa as an option. The ambiance of this place is cute and wonderful having proper indoor and outdoor seating arrangement. They serve a variety of dishes and the menu is quite long. They have maintained good hygiene and take all safety precautions and sanitation. The staff is polite, attentive, and professional. In all a good place to chill with friends and family.

Pure Milk Centre

Where - Vikrant bldg, Vikrant circle, RB Mehta Marg, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077

Cost for Two - Rs 500 | Google Maps

7. Sai Swad Dosa

As said earlier, Ghattkoar is a hub of all things good food, and Sai Swad Dosa is a very prominent part of the entire game. What started with a small stall is now a full-fledged vendor. Noodle dosa, Jini Dosa, Palak, Paneer, Cheese, or the very vanilla sada, this stall serves all varieties available. Again, they serve two major chutneys and special garlic chutney to go along with the dosas. Always crowded and full of people - that lane serves the best street food.

Sai Swad Dosa

Where - Laxmi Narayan mandir, Khau Galli, Raja Wadi, Sindhu Wadi, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077

Cost for Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

8. Mawali Bhai Dosa

It's said, don't judge the book by its cover, so here we say, don't judge the stall by its name. Mawali dosa in Matunga serves street style dosas and is always crowded with people on weekends. If you are craving Italian, try their Pasta Dosa that comes in two verities - red and white. Their Dil Khush Dosas are a treat for the tummy and people who like spice can go for the Shezwan Chopsy Dosa. Mawali Dosa also serves a number of Uttapas. Looking for a mix of sweet and savory? Try their Chocolate Cheese Dosa. It's a complete indulgence.

Mawali Bhai Dosa

Where - 471, Mohanlal Mansion, Maheshwari Udyan, CR, 400019, Matunga, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400019

Cost for Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

9. Patel Nagar, Kandivali

Patel Nagar in Kandivali is a foodie's paradise. You will find a variety of street food options to chose from and all great at the taste. Ranging from chaat, pav bhaji, and of course dosas. There are multiple counters you can choose from and a variety of tasty dosas. You can spend hours in that lane and devour a number of street food items and the best of dosas.

Cost for Two - Rs 300 | Google Maps

10. Babulnath Dosa center

Everyone in Mumbai has visited the famous Babulnath temple. One of the most famous pilgrimage spots in Mumbai, this temple is visited by 1000 visitors daily. What makes the visit to the temple a happier one is this stall right across the lane from the temple. The stalls sell, rolls, sandwiches and the famous dosas. It's in a small garage and there is no place to sit, so people gather around the stall and enjoy their food or they even give service in cars. You will see a number of cars parked around the area just for the food. The best part is that you are not limited to dosas alone over here, you get the benefit of enjoying other things as well. Try the Mysore Masala Dosa and couple it with some cold drinks.

Babulnath Dosa center

Where - BN Cross Lane 1, Babulnath, Dadi Sheth Wadi, Malabar Hill, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400007

Cost For Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

11. Manju Dosa

Western suburbs also have some delectable street food and Manju Dosa stall tops the list. Serving almost 50 kinds of dosas, this one is a must-try. The dosas taste delicious and are at a reasonable price as well. The dosas are freshly made and you can decide whether you want the dosa to be soft or crisp. He caters to all needs. You can have the dosas sitting in the car. The waiter comes and takes the order and delivers it in the car. Our favorite is plain cheese dosa, Mysore masala dosa, and paneer dosa. You can also try the Rava Dosa. The chutney which is served with the dosas is great too.

Manju Dosa

Where - 16th Road, Khar West, Mumbai - 400052, Opposite Gujarat Education Society

Cost for Two - Rs 500 | Google Maps

Indian Street food is all kinds of love, spice and everything nice and especially dosas. Which are your favorite places?

Eats

The Ultimate Guide to Mumbai's Best Street Dosas

In Mumbai, you can get a dosa filled with various veggies and sauces, be it Indian, Italian, or Chinese. Here is an ultimate guide to Mumbai's Street Dosa.

Dosa is a popular South Indian thin crepe/Pancake made with fermented rice and lentil (urad dal) batter. Traditionally eaten with chutneys and sambhar, Dosas are a crowd favorite and quite versatile in terms of flavors it can go with. Due to this, a lot has experimented with Dosas. Dosas can be mixed with all cuisines. Be it Indian, Mexican, Italian, or Chinese - you can get a dosa filled with various veggies and sauces.

South Indian cuisine can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and there is no doubt that Dosa tops the favorite list. If you are from South India, you will find Mumbai dosas very different. In Mumbai, street food is very important. Right from that galiis near office areas to street vendors at every interval - there is some snack available for everyone. Be it sandwiches, vada pav, bhel puri chaat, or dosas it's a part of everyone's life in Mumbai. The thing with dosas is that it's quick and easy to eat. Also, quite easy on the stomach and good on the pocket. Everyone is fond of it, right from kids, youngsters, and elders. You can add it with anything and you can never go wrong with the batter. To make sure you don't miss out on this very versatile dish in all its forms, we present to you the ultimate guide to Mumbai's Street Dosa.

1. Narayan Dosa

Difficult to find, but once you find it, you will want to go back to it. A favorite of the South Mumbai crowd, Narayan Dosa has been a go-to comfort food place for many years. Located, below a bridge in a small lane in Grant Road, this place makes sure one has a great food experience by offering highly palatable food. If you are not finding the place, just follow the delicious aroma of dosas around you and you are sure to reach this spot. It's a small shop with two people making fresh dosas for you. There is space to sit, but it's always crowded so people end up standing or eating in their cars. Do try the Palak Paneer Dosa or the Mysore Dosa with his well-known chutney. You will surely go for more.

Narayan Dosa

Cost for two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

2. Kissan Dosa

Speaking of Mumbai Street food and dosas, what puts all of them in different categories is the variety of chutneys and Kissan has aced the art of making chutneys. There have been times when people eat his chutney with spoons or drink it from a glass. Tucked in a small lane in Sion, he offers a variety of dosas - Sada dosa, pav bhaji dosa, masala dosa, and our most favorite schezwan dosa. You can try any of the options with their garlic or normal chutney. The dosas area small in size, so you can easily gulp 2-3 at a time and the dosa batter is also quite smooth. He serves you in a car, you can stand near his stall and eat piping hot fresh dosas. What wouldn't we do for his Chutney and dosa recipe?

Kissan Dosa

Cost for Two - Rs 300 | Google Maps

Where - 102, Rd Number 24, Sion West, Sion, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400022

3. Raju Dosa

When it comes to good street food, the suburb of Ghatkopar is on the top list. Ghatkopar has a lot of street food options and multiple vendors selling the same food. There is an entire lane, which is filled with food that will do summersaults to your taste buds. Similarly, Ghatkopar has this hidden gem called Raju Dosa tucked away in a lane near a garden. Raju Dosa sells all kinds of delicious dosas ranging from Sada dosa to Masala and the best ones being Mysore Masala Dosa and Chutney Dosa. You have to typically stand and eat your dosas, as there is no seating available unless you eat in your car. He serves two kinds of chutneys with the dosa - the coconut and the coconut with garlic. For extra love - do add cheese in your chutney dosa. The best part about Raju Dosa - is the price. Most affordable dosas.

Raju Dosa

Where - Shrimad Rajchandra Ln, Sindhu Wadi, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077

Cost for Two - Rs 250 | Google Maps

4. Anand Dosa Stall

The hub of students and all things good food Vile Parle has a variety of yummy food available at your disposal. Right opposite the most famous student university is the Anand Dosa Stall. Known best for his pizza dosas and Jini dosa (Made with Chopped onions, capsicum, potato masala, cabbage, Coriander leaves, grated cheese, and much more), a dosa at this stall is a full meal. Every student graduating from SVKM colleges has tasted his amazing dosas. You can either stand and order or sit in your car and eat. The dosas are big and size and you can easily share them with someone. You can also try the sandwiches and the sodas available right next to the dosa stall. The dosas are a little big on the pocket, but it's absolutely worth it.

Anand Dosa Stall

Where - Anand Stall, Gulmohar Road No. 1, Opp. Mithibai College, Vile Parle West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400056

Cost for Two - Rs 500 | Google Maps

5. Nandu Dosa

Having two stalls - one in Juhu and the other one in Borivali, Nandu Dosa is quite famous for its delicious dosas. He offers around 70 kinds of dosas and that means you can try a new dosa every day for almost 2 months and never have to repeat it. Who can have dosas for 2 months straight? You can go there and decide. The place is economical and offers Pav Bhaji Masala Dosa, Pizza Dosa and Chocolate Dosa is also available. The service is prompt and it is always crowded with people.

Nandu Dosa

Where - 24, Kent Garden, MUN Market, Borivali West, Mumbai

Cost for Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

6. Pure Milk Centre

Are you a cheese lover? Then this place is perfect for you. This place got famous because of their Cheese Burst Dosa s- a dosa which is covered with oodles of cheese and mayonnaise. You need 2-3 people to finish the dosa as it's so heavy and worth every penny. They have varieties of Cheese Burst dosas as well as normal dosa. You can pick your favorite and order. They also serve Maggi dosa as an option. The ambiance of this place is cute and wonderful having proper indoor and outdoor seating arrangement. They serve a variety of dishes and the menu is quite long. They have maintained good hygiene and take all safety precautions and sanitation. The staff is polite, attentive, and professional. In all a good place to chill with friends and family.

Pure Milk Centre

Where - Vikrant bldg, Vikrant circle, RB Mehta Marg, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077

Cost for Two - Rs 500 | Google Maps

7. Sai Swad Dosa

As said earlier, Ghattkoar is a hub of all things good food, and Sai Swad Dosa is a very prominent part of the entire game. What started with a small stall is now a full-fledged vendor. Noodle dosa, Jini Dosa, Palak, Paneer, Cheese, or the very vanilla sada, this stall serves all varieties available. Again, they serve two major chutneys and special garlic chutney to go along with the dosas. Always crowded and full of people - that lane serves the best street food.

Sai Swad Dosa

Where - Laxmi Narayan mandir, Khau Galli, Raja Wadi, Sindhu Wadi, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077

Cost for Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

8. Mawali Bhai Dosa

It's said, don't judge the book by its cover, so here we say, don't judge the stall by its name. Mawali dosa in Matunga serves street style dosas and is always crowded with people on weekends. If you are craving Italian, try their Pasta Dosa that comes in two verities - red and white. Their Dil Khush Dosas are a treat for the tummy and people who like spice can go for the Shezwan Chopsy Dosa. Mawali Dosa also serves a number of Uttapas. Looking for a mix of sweet and savory? Try their Chocolate Cheese Dosa. It's a complete indulgence.

Mawali Bhai Dosa

Where - 471, Mohanlal Mansion, Maheshwari Udyan, CR, 400019, Matunga, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400019

Cost for Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

9. Patel Nagar, Kandivali

Patel Nagar in Kandivali is a foodie's paradise. You will find a variety of street food options to chose from and all great at the taste. Ranging from chaat, pav bhaji, and of course dosas. There are multiple counters you can choose from and a variety of tasty dosas. You can spend hours in that lane and devour a number of street food items and the best of dosas.

Cost for Two - Rs 300 | Google Maps

10. Babulnath Dosa center

Everyone in Mumbai has visited the famous Babulnath temple. One of the most famous pilgrimage spots in Mumbai, this temple is visited by 1000 visitors daily. What makes the visit to the temple a happier one is this stall right across the lane from the temple. The stalls sell, rolls, sandwiches and the famous dosas. It's in a small garage and there is no place to sit, so people gather around the stall and enjoy their food or they even give service in cars. You will see a number of cars parked around the area just for the food. The best part is that you are not limited to dosas alone over here, you get the benefit of enjoying other things as well. Try the Mysore Masala Dosa and couple it with some cold drinks.

Babulnath Dosa center

Where - BN Cross Lane 1, Babulnath, Dadi Sheth Wadi, Malabar Hill, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400007

Cost For Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

11. Manju Dosa

Western suburbs also have some delectable street food and Manju Dosa stall tops the list. Serving almost 50 kinds of dosas, this one is a must-try. The dosas taste delicious and are at a reasonable price as well. The dosas are freshly made and you can decide whether you want the dosa to be soft or crisp. He caters to all needs. You can have the dosas sitting in the car. The waiter comes and takes the order and delivers it in the car. Our favorite is plain cheese dosa, Mysore masala dosa, and paneer dosa. You can also try the Rava Dosa. The chutney which is served with the dosas is great too.

Manju Dosa

Where - 16th Road, Khar West, Mumbai - 400052, Opposite Gujarat Education Society

Cost for Two - Rs 500 | Google Maps

Indian Street food is all kinds of love, spice and everything nice and especially dosas. Which are your favorite places?

Eats

The Ultimate Guide to Mumbai's Best Street Dosas

In Mumbai, you can get a dosa filled with various veggies and sauces, be it Indian, Italian, or Chinese. Here is an ultimate guide to Mumbai's Street Dosa.

Dosa is a popular South Indian thin crepe/Pancake made with fermented rice and lentil (urad dal) batter. Traditionally eaten with chutneys and sambhar, Dosas are a crowd favorite and quite versatile in terms of flavors it can go with. Due to this, a lot has experimented with Dosas. Dosas can be mixed with all cuisines. Be it Indian, Mexican, Italian, or Chinese - you can get a dosa filled with various veggies and sauces.

South Indian cuisine can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and there is no doubt that Dosa tops the favorite list. If you are from South India, you will find Mumbai dosas very different. In Mumbai, street food is very important. Right from that galiis near office areas to street vendors at every interval - there is some snack available for everyone. Be it sandwiches, vada pav, bhel puri chaat, or dosas it's a part of everyone's life in Mumbai. The thing with dosas is that it's quick and easy to eat. Also, quite easy on the stomach and good on the pocket. Everyone is fond of it, right from kids, youngsters, and elders. You can add it with anything and you can never go wrong with the batter. To make sure you don't miss out on this very versatile dish in all its forms, we present to you the ultimate guide to Mumbai's Street Dosa.

1. Narayan Dosa

Difficult to find, but once you find it, you will want to go back to it. A favorite of the South Mumbai crowd, Narayan Dosa has been a go-to comfort food place for many years. Located, below a bridge in a small lane in Grant Road, this place makes sure one has a great food experience by offering highly palatable food. If you are not finding the place, just follow the delicious aroma of dosas around you and you are sure to reach this spot. It's a small shop with two people making fresh dosas for you. There is space to sit, but it's always crowded so people end up standing or eating in their cars. Do try the Palak Paneer Dosa or the Mysore Dosa with his well-known chutney. You will surely go for more.

Narayan Dosa

Cost for two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

2. Kissan Dosa

Speaking of Mumbai Street food and dosas, what puts all of them in different categories is the variety of chutneys and Kissan has aced the art of making chutneys. There have been times when people eat his chutney with spoons or drink it from a glass. Tucked in a small lane in Sion, he offers a variety of dosas - Sada dosa, pav bhaji dosa, masala dosa, and our most favorite schezwan dosa. You can try any of the options with their garlic or normal chutney. The dosas area small in size, so you can easily gulp 2-3 at a time and the dosa batter is also quite smooth. He serves you in a car, you can stand near his stall and eat piping hot fresh dosas. What wouldn't we do for his Chutney and dosa recipe?

Kissan Dosa

Cost for Two - Rs 300 | Google Maps

Where - 102, Rd Number 24, Sion West, Sion, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400022

3. Raju Dosa

When it comes to good street food, the suburb of Ghatkopar is on the top list. Ghatkopar has a lot of street food options and multiple vendors selling the same food. There is an entire lane, which is filled with food that will do summersaults to your taste buds. Similarly, Ghatkopar has this hidden gem called Raju Dosa tucked away in a lane near a garden. Raju Dosa sells all kinds of delicious dosas ranging from Sada dosa to Masala and the best ones being Mysore Masala Dosa and Chutney Dosa. You have to typically stand and eat your dosas, as there is no seating available unless you eat in your car. He serves two kinds of chutneys with the dosa - the coconut and the coconut with garlic. For extra love - do add cheese in your chutney dosa. The best part about Raju Dosa - is the price. Most affordable dosas.

Raju Dosa

Where - Shrimad Rajchandra Ln, Sindhu Wadi, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077

Cost for Two - Rs 250 | Google Maps

4. Anand Dosa Stall

The hub of students and all things good food Vile Parle has a variety of yummy food available at your disposal. Right opposite the most famous student university is the Anand Dosa Stall. Known best for his pizza dosas and Jini dosa (Made with Chopped onions, capsicum, potato masala, cabbage, Coriander leaves, grated cheese, and much more), a dosa at this stall is a full meal. Every student graduating from SVKM colleges has tasted his amazing dosas. You can either stand and order or sit in your car and eat. The dosas are big and size and you can easily share them with someone. You can also try the sandwiches and the sodas available right next to the dosa stall. The dosas are a little big on the pocket, but it's absolutely worth it.

Anand Dosa Stall

Where - Anand Stall, Gulmohar Road No. 1, Opp. Mithibai College, Vile Parle West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400056

Cost for Two - Rs 500 | Google Maps

5. Nandu Dosa

Having two stalls - one in Juhu and the other one in Borivali, Nandu Dosa is quite famous for its delicious dosas. He offers around 70 kinds of dosas and that means you can try a new dosa every day for almost 2 months and never have to repeat it. Who can have dosas for 2 months straight? You can go there and decide. The place is economical and offers Pav Bhaji Masala Dosa, Pizza Dosa and Chocolate Dosa is also available. The service is prompt and it is always crowded with people.

Nandu Dosa

Where - 24, Kent Garden, MUN Market, Borivali West, Mumbai

Cost for Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

6. Pure Milk Centre

Are you a cheese lover? Then this place is perfect for you. This place got famous because of their Cheese Burst Dosa s- a dosa which is covered with oodles of cheese and mayonnaise. You need 2-3 people to finish the dosa as it's so heavy and worth every penny. They have varieties of Cheese Burst dosas as well as normal dosa. You can pick your favorite and order. They also serve Maggi dosa as an option. The ambiance of this place is cute and wonderful having proper indoor and outdoor seating arrangement. They serve a variety of dishes and the menu is quite long. They have maintained good hygiene and take all safety precautions and sanitation. The staff is polite, attentive, and professional. In all a good place to chill with friends and family.

Pure Milk Centre

Where - Vikrant bldg, Vikrant circle, RB Mehta Marg, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077

Cost for Two - Rs 500 | Google Maps

7. Sai Swad Dosa

As said earlier, Ghattkoar is a hub of all things good food, and Sai Swad Dosa is a very prominent part of the entire game. What started with a small stall is now a full-fledged vendor. Noodle dosa, Jini Dosa, Palak, Paneer, Cheese, or the very vanilla sada, this stall serves all varieties available. Again, they serve two major chutneys and special garlic chutney to go along with the dosas. Always crowded and full of people - that lane serves the best street food.

Sai Swad Dosa

Where - Laxmi Narayan mandir, Khau Galli, Raja Wadi, Sindhu Wadi, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077

Cost for Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

8. Mawali Bhai Dosa

It's said, don't judge the book by its cover, so here we say, don't judge the stall by its name. Mawali dosa in Matunga serves street style dosas and is always crowded with people on weekends. If you are craving Italian, try their Pasta Dosa that comes in two verities - red and white. Their Dil Khush Dosas are a treat for the tummy and people who like spice can go for the Shezwan Chopsy Dosa. Mawali Dosa also serves a number of Uttapas. Looking for a mix of sweet and savory? Try their Chocolate Cheese Dosa. It's a complete indulgence.

Mawali Bhai Dosa

Where - 471, Mohanlal Mansion, Maheshwari Udyan, CR, 400019, Matunga, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400019

Cost for Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

9. Patel Nagar, Kandivali

Patel Nagar in Kandivali is a foodie's paradise. You will find a variety of street food options to chose from and all great at the taste. Ranging from chaat, pav bhaji, and of course dosas. There are multiple counters you can choose from and a variety of tasty dosas. You can spend hours in that lane and devour a number of street food items and the best of dosas.

Cost for Two - Rs 300 | Google Maps

10. Babulnath Dosa center

Everyone in Mumbai has visited the famous Babulnath temple. One of the most famous pilgrimage spots in Mumbai, this temple is visited by 1000 visitors daily. What makes the visit to the temple a happier one is this stall right across the lane from the temple. The stalls sell, rolls, sandwiches and the famous dosas. It's in a small garage and there is no place to sit, so people gather around the stall and enjoy their food or they even give service in cars. You will see a number of cars parked around the area just for the food. The best part is that you are not limited to dosas alone over here, you get the benefit of enjoying other things as well. Try the Mysore Masala Dosa and couple it with some cold drinks.

Babulnath Dosa center

Where - BN Cross Lane 1, Babulnath, Dadi Sheth Wadi, Malabar Hill, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400007

Cost For Two - Rs 400 | Google Maps

11. Manju Dosa

Western suburbs also have some delectable street food and Manju Dosa stall tops the list. Serving almost 50 kinds of dosas, this one is a must-try. The dosas taste delicious and are at a reasonable price as well. The dosas are freshly made and you can decide whether you want the dosa to be soft or crisp. He caters to all needs. You can have the dosas sitting in the car. The waiter comes and takes the order and delivers it in the car. Our favorite is plain cheese dosa, Mysore masala dosa, and paneer dosa. You can also try the Rava Dosa. The chutney which is served with the dosas is great too.

Manju Dosa

Where - 16th Road, Khar West, Mumbai - 400052, Opposite Gujarat Education Society

Cost for Two - Rs 500 | Google Maps

Indian Street food is all kinds of love, spice and everything nice and especially dosas. Which are your favorite places?

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