Best Tasting Samosas In Mumbai


India’s popular snack that finds a place in almost every bakery or chaat shop – our very own Samosa. Savory comfort food at its best, a crisp exterior filled with a savory vegetable stuffing that goes very well over a hot cup of chai especially on a rain filled day. Here are some of the Best places in Mumbai to get this popular Indian snack.

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A1 Samosa

If you live in Mumbai, and like watching movies, chances are you’ll have eaten an A-1 samosa. They’re among the most famous samosa-makers in Mumbai. They make about 15,000 samosas a day, and supply more than 30 movie halls in the city. The Punjabi samosa is their classic offering – it’s the potato-filled one you get in all the theaters. A-1 was established more than 40 years ago by Kishanchand Nevendram, a Sindhi who came to Mumbai from Karachi, after the Partition. Address: Shop No. 11, HS Rupawate Marg, Link Road, Sejal Park, Near Oshiwara Bus Depot, Motilal Nagar I, Goregaon West, Mumbai.


Gulati's Sweets & Snacks Restaurant best known for Street Food/Chaat food and is located at Wood Stock Building Mahakali caves road, Mumbai.Gives more than expected in terms of Taste, The taste of Punjab Mouth Watering Hot Chhole Bhature & Punjabi samosa chhole is the specialty with 2 types of chutneys sweet n spicy. Address: Wood Stock Building, Sher-E-Punjab Society, Plot No. 35, Mahakali Caves Road , Andheri.

Punjab Sweet House & Restaurant

If you've never before experienced Punjabi Food, you're in for a treat. Punjab sweet house team are master's of controlling the blend of spices to prepare for you a one of its kind Punjabi cuisine. They take pride in using the finest ingredients in their preparation. Amritsari stuffed paratha's and other Tandoori dishes have received fantastic reviews from the restaurant's patrons. All of the food is natural and freshly-prepared daily on the premises with no additives or preservatives. Address: Shop no. 3 & 7, Dheeraj Arcade, Pali Naka, Bandra West, Mumbai.

Babu Cha Vada

Snack time after getting down at parla station, or a vada pav craving, one must visit this joint. It's right next to the last bridge at parla station. The vada pav is fabulous. Also they've got patti samosas, and garlic chutney. They're great too! Excellent place for a cheap and tasty snack, sometimes you can even make it a meal by having a vada pav & samosa. Address: Hanuman Road, Vileparle East, Jawaharlal Nehru Rd, Mumbai.

Tewari Bros Sweets

Very crispy & flaky samosa outer with sub-optimal salt & super tasty potato filling with bit extra salt if u choose to eat these two parts of the samosa separately. Address: Juhu Supreme Shopping Centre, JVPD Scheme, Cross Road Number 9, Juhu, Mumbai.

Prithvi Café

Prithvi Café’s a piece of Mumbai’s history, a slice of nostalgic warmth and a space where the creative and the artistic are celebrated. Enjoy it all with cutting chai as you look around the green landscaped area and soak in the history of the place — the theatre to which this café is attached is dedicated to Prithviraj Kapoor and is well-loved for its contribution to theatre throughout the year as well as its annual drama festival. Prithvi Café samosas are also quite satisfying. Address: 20, Janki Kutir, Juhu Church Road, Juhu, Mumbai.

Colaba Social

Social is a space that blends the best of the office and the cafe. Combining work and play, it?s an urban hangout designed to take you offline while still keeping you connected. Social is a collaborative workspace, a hub for artists and innovators. Address: 24, B K Boman Behram Marg, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai.

Jhama Sweets

Jhamas is known to have caught an eye of many celebrity, including Amitabh Bachchan. Mostly famous for its sweets, Jhamas is also a hub when it comes to samosas. They have a unique lemony flavour which attracts many customers because it adds that extra zing. The tamarind chutney which is served along is very tasty, it’s just right; not too sweet or sour. Address: Dr C Gidwani Road, Chembur Camp-chembur East, Mumbai.

K3 Snacks

K3 always has a good crowd in its foyer for either some chaat, fast food, snacks or sweets. There are some quick fast meals also available. The Indian sweets section is also of good quality, the besan laddoos are worth trying. Samosas are also in demand. Address: Shop No 8, Ventura Shopping, Powai, Mumbai.


While you are here try the cocktail mini cheese samosa and the cheese palak samosa. Address: Ground Floor, Sadguru Sadan, Opposite Babulnath Temple, Chowpatty, Mumbai.