Kyani’s, Lohar Chawl

Cannon This little place is right opposite the majestic CSMT Station and serves pav bhaji with a slab of Amul butter on it.

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Pizza By The Bay, Marine Drive

On the iconic Marine Drive, right opposite side stands this restaurant serves great pizzas and they have one named Mumbai Masala Pizza which is a must-try.

Yazdani Bakery, Horniman Circle

This little Irani outlet has the best chi and bun maska. You can also try their puddings. If you want to give your taste buds a vintage tinkle, then this is a must-visit breakfast place and also for your evenings.

Arman Vada PAV

The little shops right opposite the iconic CSMT station is known for its vada pavs, bhajis, samosa, and juices. Their vada pavs are slightly charged more than any local vada pav but are totally worth. The place is so hygienic and always crowded as commuters pick these on their way. Their Kokam sharbat is seasonal and very refreshing.

Bademiya, Colaba

Bademiya, the street food joints which serves delicious kebabs and non-veg starters. If you are exploring the city late in the night, this one should definitely be on your list. They have a chain of restaurants in the city and serves quality food.

Cafe Leopold, Colaba

Well, this one is not just iconic it has a deep history attached and possibly the scariest one. The terrorist attacks in Mumbai that happened in the year 2008. It was the deadliest attack the city had ever seen and Leopold was one of their targets.

Cafe Madras, Matunga

How can you leave behind Cafe Madras in the most iconic places in Mumbai? This little place has been running for over 80 years in Matunga. This is where people have been eating their breakfast for years, they start their day by going to cafe Madras. The Rasam Vada was introduced to the menu in 1960 and it’s still served today – delicious and with a hint of nostalgia.

Sardar Pav Bhaji, Tardeo

Sardar Pav Bhaji in Tardeo, GrantRoad is rated one of the best Pav Bhajis in the city. They have customers coming from even the remotest corners of the city to especially eat this Pav Bhaji. They put a slab of Amul Butter on their Pav Bahji which makes it even more delicious.