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Take Yourself On A Mouth-Watering Kebab Trail Through Mumbai’s Street Stalls


Mumbai’s street food scene is expansive and much-loved by foodies across the world. However, when it comes to satisfying non-vegetarian cravings, there’re very few street food options; very rarely, for instance, will one come across a stall selling fried chicken or non-vegetarian sandwiches. That’s why we thank our lucky stars for the existence of kebabs; a generous amount of Mumbai street stalls serve some truly juicy and tender kebabs, lovingly crafted to satisfy your cravings.


Has that photograph got your mouth watering for kebabs? Luckily for you, we’ve rounded up some of the best street stalls to get kebabs from. Read on, hungry folks!



Begin your kebab trail at Bademiya which needs no introduction. Even though it serves flocks of people every day and must be rolling in dough (both figuratively and literally) it remains a steadfast street stall serving some lip-smacking mutton seekh kebabs and creamy chicken malai kebabs.

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Then, head on over to Byculla and order a plate of seekh kebabs at Sarvi, which is famous for them. You should also deviate from your trail a little and try the caramel custard; you’ll thank us later!

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Mohammed Ali Road


From Byculla, take a cab to Mohammed Ali Road which is nearby and wander down its khau galli sampling the reshmi kebabs, the boti kebabs, the chicken tikka kebabs and the moist, tender shammi kebabs; a personal favourite.

 Nice Fast Food Corner


Now, walk over to the station and get on a slow train to Santa Cruz. Get out on the West side and tell an auto driver to go St Teresa Convent school; just outside you’ll find the amusingly named Nice Fast Food Corner and ask for the seekh kababs. If you’re looking for something more substantial try the mutton baida roll.

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Farid Seekh Kebab Centre


Then, get back on the train (or take an auto if you’re too stuffed) and head over to Jogeshwari West to Farid Seekh Kebab Centre. Order the seekh kebabs and relish the accompanying mint chutney.

Ustad’s Kebabs and Chinese


Finally, take an auto to Borivali West and find Ustad’s Kebabs and Chinese and round off your trail with all the different types of seekh kebabs.

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Then, head home and take a nice long nap. And perhaps, the next day, clock in an extra hour at the gym?