Patties, puris, kebabs and lassis Mumbai is the city of a million hawkers. Monisha Rajesh picks the tastiest, freshest street food in town.
Pav Bhaji @ Sardar's:
Photo by: Rishika Palvankar
A five-minute walk from Bombay Central station, Sardar's Refreshments specialises in straight-from-the-streets, finger-licking pav bhaji. It's hidden behind white barriers, but mutter "Pav bhaji?" to any passerby and they will point you in the right direction. Two metal plates arrive within minutes: one containing thick vegetable masala straddled by a slab of butter, the other with fluffy rolls so well buttered the bread's yellow. Your arteries will tighten at the sight, but your stomach will thank you. Squeeze some lemon on top and dig in with your fingers.
Where: Sardar's,166-A Tardeo Road Junction, Tulsiwadi, near Tardeo bus depot, +91 22 2494 0208, £1 a serving. Open noon-2am
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