Top 10 Budget Friendly Restaurants Of 2015 In Mumbai

We hope, like us, you’ve spent the year dining at a plethora of restaurants in Mumbai. While Mumbai has a lion’s share of luxury, fine dining restaurants it also is the home to an equally large number of restaurants that are easy on the wallet. Whenever you’re strapped for cash, these should be your eating destinations.



This small joint opposite the famous Gokul bar serves some truly amazing non-vegetarian food at the cheapest of prices. If you’ve blown all your money shopping on Colaba Causeway, Bagdadi will be your salvation.

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Taste Of Kerala


Nestled in the by-lanes of Fort, Taste of Kerala serves –  yes, you guessed it – delicious, authentic Malyali fare. Try a meal of appams, beef fry, chicken stew and rassam and you’ll barely feel a dent in your wallet.

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While it’s best known for its luxurious faloodas, Badshah dishes our great dosas, most of which are for under RS.100.

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Vegetarians on a budget should look no further than Crystal on Marine Drive. This age old eatery is popular with college students from Wilson College and homesick boys from the YMCA hostel close by. It’s best known for its Punjabi food.

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Kurries & Burries


Another vegetarian destination in the vicinity of Chowpatty beach is Kurries & Burries, which serves a unique fusion of Mexican and Asian fare at extremely competitive prices. Read our review of Kurries & Burries here!

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Aaswad recently found itself in the world news for its misal pav, which was elected as the world’s best vegetarian dish in Foodie Hub’s annual awards. Along with the misal pav, you must try the patal bhaji, thalipith and misal that you can enjoy for under RS.100 each.

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Kyani & Co


Craving some tasty Irani food? Kayani & Co serves an amazing chicken farcha and egg curry as well as mutton samosas and kebabs if you’re looking for light bites. The best part? It’s super cheap; very few items on them menu are above Rs.200.

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Sharda Bhavan


People who head to Matunga for South Indian food often wind up at Cafe Madras. While it does indeed dish out mouth-watering dosas and fluffy iddlis, its popularity with film stars and Mumbai’s crème de la crème has cause a steep increase in prices. Why not try Sharda Bhavan, in the same area, whichs erves equally delicious South Indian fare at a quarter of the cost? A masala dosa is a neat RS.45!

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Gomantak will serve you any kind of seafood your taste buds demand from fish to prawns to crabs without burning a hole in your purse. At the same time, it’s incredibly popular because of the quality of its dishes.

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Nice Fast Food Corner


Nice Fast Food Corner focuses on North Indian fare such as chicken biryani, chicken tandoori and a variety of rolls. The helping are generous, but the prices are low!

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