15 Places to Have the Best Pav Bhaji in Mumbai

Mumbai, the financial capital of India, is a city known for its world-famous pav bhaji. There are so many stalls, local vendors and places in Mumbai that serve mouthwatering pav bhajis and all equally good. The dilemma of tourists is where to have the best pav bhaji in Mumbai.

Keeping this in mind, here is Neo Travellers’ list of 15 places to have the best pav bhaji and have that “bhaiya, extra pav dena” moment.

Amar Juice Centre, Vile Parle

Amar Juice Centre is a favourite spot among every collegiate. A perfect place for hogging some pav bhaji at a drive-through fast food joint. The service is that quick! If you love your Bhaji with some extra veggies and cheese, then Amar Juice Centre is the place for you.

Best Pav Bhaji in Mumbai - Amar Juice Centre

Price: INR 100 per plate, approx.

Address: Outlets across Mumbai but Vile Parle (W) is the one we are talking about here

Maruti Pav Bhaji, Vile Parle

Maruti Pav Bhaji is a unique place that is famous for its Black Pav Bhaji. This speciality is made with a special black masala, and there is something about this place that makes you eat more and more. Also, their Masala Pavs are the ones to die for!

Maruti Pav Bhaji, Vile Parle

Black Pav Bhaji

Price: INR 75 per plate, approx.

Address: Ground Floor, Angelina Building, Near Toyota Showroom, Baji Prabhu Despande Marg, Vile Parle West

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Sukh Sagar, Chowpatty

Sukh Sagar is known for its Pav Bhaji, Masala Pav, Paneer Bhurji, Idli Chutney, Faluda, Dal Makhani, and Veg Lasagna. It is open even after midnight, making it a perfect place for night crawlers. It serves amazing spicy pav bhaji with buttery pavs. Come here to pamper your belly, and you would definitely return craving for more. It serves one of the best pav bhaji in Mumbai.

Sukh Sagar, Chowpatty

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Price: INR 120 per plate, approx.

Address: Marina Mansion, SVP Road, Chowpatty, Mumbai

DP’S, Matunga East

DP’s has gained prominence due to nearby college students who frequent this place. It has gradually become of the most iconic pav bhaji points in the city. The restaurant serves divinely soft and butterly masala pavs – making it the restaurant’s signature dish. The inner fillings of the pavs are succulent and flavourful, while the buns are crisp and crunch. Make sure you, squeez lemon to create a lip-smacking experience.

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Price: Between INR 135 and 145 per plate

Address: Opposite Ruia College, L N road, Matunga East, Mumbai

 

Papillon, Vile Parle East

Located in Vile Parle East, Papillon is in Irla Shopping center. Papillon is every vegetarian’s delight with decadent pav bhaji. The bhaji is spiced just right. And that is not all. The place is also known for other dishes such as special falooda, dosas and idli sambhar.

Price: INR 160 per place

Address: 1/2, New Hazra Bai House, Irla Society Road, Near Cooper Hospital, Vile Parle West, Mumbai

 

Shabari, Santacruz

Shabari is one of the oldest places in Santacruz that serves best pav bhajis in Mumbai. The place is famous for his Pav Bhaji and Tawa pulav. While you are there, also try their Pav Sandwich, which is like masala pav, but presented as a sandwich. Shabari is a saviour of hunger and will never let you down!

Shabari, Santacruz

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Price: INR 120 per place, approx.

Address: Shop No. 4 & 5, Balaji Darshan, Tilak Road, Santacruz West,

Sardar Pav Bhaji, Tardeo

Sardar Pav Bhaji is undoubtedly the best place to have pav bhaji in Tardeo! It is a simple eating joint that makes butter-slathered Pav Bhajis. The place is so famous that you can expect to wait in a line to get a table every time to visit this place.

Sardar Pav Bhaji serves food in batches so that everyone gets food at the same time. They are well known for their lip-smacking Cheese Pav Bhaji.

Sardar Pav Bhaji, Tardeo

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Price: INR 110 per plate, approx.

Address: Tardeo Road Junction, Opposite Bus Depot, Tardeo

Bhagwati Pav Bhaji, Kandivali West

Bhagwati Pav Bhaji is a place for night crawlers. If you too have a habit of midnight snacking and you happen to be in Kandivali West, then this place is for you. This place serves some great pavs, and you’ll find a ton of those late night hoggers there even after midnight.

Bhagwati Pav Bhaji, Kandivali West

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Price: INR 100 per plate, approx.

Address: 6, Laxmi Chand CHS, Irani Wadi, Opposite Vanja Wadi, Mathuradas Road, Kandivali West

Cannon Pav Bhaji, Fort

If you wish to have pav bhaji as breakfast, then Cannon won’t disappoint you at all. It starts serving mouthwatering pav bhajis as early as 7 am. Canon is a street-charmer and is run flawlessly by women, even during peak hours. The restaurant is famous for its spicy, cheesy Bhaji.

Cannon Pav Bhaji, Fort

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Price: INR 80 per plate, approx.

Address: Opposite CST Station, Fort

Maa Anjani Pav Bhaji Centre, Borivali West

Maa Anjani Pav Bhaji Centre has picked up a lot of hype despite being a relatively new joint. It is one of the few places in Mumbai that makes Black Pav Bhaji. They prepare their bhajis with a special masala which makes it look darker than the usual bhajis.

Maa Anjani Pav Bhaji Centre, Borivali West

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Price: INR 100 per plate, approx.

Address: 22, Aditya Apartment, Link Road Next To BBC Chikuwadi, Borivali West

Shree Siddhivinayak Fast Food

Shree Siddhivinayak food stall beats all the horde of stalls at Juhu beach. If you happen to be at the Juhu beach, then missing this place would be a sin! The stall is perhaps as old as the street food is in Mumbai. They are also well known for their Chinese food.

Shree Siddhivinayak Fast Food

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Price: INR 130 per plate, approx.

Address: 24&52, Juhu Beach, Juhu Tara Road

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Achija

Achija is one of the few places that serves the best pav bhaji in Mumbai. It is well known for their Masala Pav and Pav Sandwiches (also known as Pav filled with Bhaji). So, if you wish to try the traditional Pav Bhaji in a brand-new style, then this place surely fits the bill.

Achija

Price: INR 175 per plate, approx.

Address: Across outlets in Ghatkopar East

Santosh Pav Bhaji

Santosh Pav Bhaji makes fresh and delicious bhaji that gets sold in a matter of hours. It is a handcart that makes some mouther watering pav bhajis with tons of butter. This place is loved by locals and admired by tourists.

Santosh Pav Bhaji

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Price: INR 85 per plate approx.

Address: Shantivan Complex Colony, Nensey Colony, Borivali East

Manohar Pav Bhaji

Manohar Pav Bhaji is also known as a hidden gem, and rightly so. Known for their pav bhaji, Manohar Pav swears by its quality and quantity of food!

Manohar Pav Bhaji

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Price: INR 100 per plate, approx.

Address: 104 B, Pirbhai Terrace Building, JSS Road, Girgaum Naka, Girgaum

Soli Pav Bhaji, Grant Road

Soli Pav Bhaji is a small joint outside Heera Panna shopping Centre at Haji Ali. Hard to believe, but this tiny joint is also Ambani’s favourite Mumbai joint. The secret behind their best pav bhaji in Mumbai is a special masala, and that recipe remains close to their hearts.

Soli Pav Bhaji, Grant Road

Source: Mumbai’s street food

Pro tip: Don’t ask the waiter to not dip the Pav in butter, for he will promptly reply: Why are you eating it then?

Price: INR 110 per plate, approx.

Address: Outside Heera Panna Shopping Centre in Haji Ali, Grant Road

Do you know of any more places that serve best Pav Bhaji in Mumbai? Tell us about it in the comments section below.

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