7 Street Stalls In Mumbai That Serve Divine Vada Pavs

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Vada pavs are arguably Mumbai’s favourite street food. From train travellers to college students to corporates, every Mumbaikar has spent at least one hour of their Mumbai lives standing at a vada pav stall, biting into the fat potato patty nestled between two soft pavs and laughing with family, friends and colleagues. Vada pav is not just a food; it’s a reminder of some brilliant memories.  If you feel like you don’t have a vada pav story to tell, or want to create some more, head to these stalls in Mumbai

Graduate Vada Pav

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This stall has been churning out hot, delicious vada pavs for almost twenty years and attracts 1500 to 2000 customers per day. You’ll have to jostle and elbow a little to carve out some space for yourself, but it’s worth it.

Aram Vada Pav

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Aram vada pav serves unusually large vadas, snuggled into a normal sized pav. Along with red and green chilies, the size ratios fill your mouths with the splendour of fried potatoes!

Ashok Vada Pav

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Frequented by a bandwagon of celebrities, the vada pavs at this stall are constructed with over forty ingredients. Who knew they could be so complicated!

Anand Vada Pav

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Delightfully spicy vadas at this stall attract college students by the droves. You may also be treated to a celebrity spotting or two!

Samrat Vada Pav

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Coconut pieces are fried with the vadas, giving them a unique taste.

Shivaji Vada Pav

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Try the schezwan vada from this stall for a street classic with a twist. Be warned; eat the garlic powder with caution!

Gajanan Vada Pav

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Their vada pav is delicious, but when dipped into the spicy imli chutney it becomes divine.

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