Mumbai Budget Restaurants

Are you one of those people that decides what to have for dinner at lunchtime? Do you scroll through all the food apps on your phone and get tempted for at least 10 things but your budget just won’t allow it? Well, we have got your hunger and your pockets covered!

In a fast pacing city like Mumbai, where people are always hustling to make ends meet and achieve their goals, the appetites are always large! And let’s not forget the thousands of college students who are just looking for new places to try! We compiled a list of the budget friendly restaurants of this city and they’re a MUST go for every foodie.

Check these Mumbai Budget Restaurants right now –

1. Olympia Coffee House: It is a delight for people who love Parsi cuisine. Its masala keema is very popular!
Where: Opposite Leopold Café, Colaba

2. Sarvi: This is definitely the go to place for hard core non vegetarians. All its seekh kebabs are priced below INR 100. It is famous for its Chicken Afghani.
Where: Opposite Nagpada Police Station, Byculla

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Only the best seekh kabab in Mumbai, courtesy Sarvi, possibly Mumbai's oldest restaurant that's still running (120+ years) – Apparently the taste has remained the same 😍 Perfect taste, spice level & flavour profile. Kababs that are hot, soft as hell and packed full of masala. Nimbu and pudina on the side for freshness from the heavy meat. My #UltimateBB diet experience is going insanely well. Rapidly dropping fat % but the downside is a lack of food choices. When it comes to eating out on keto/paleo/UltimateBB, your only option is Desi kababs like this. 0 carbs, only protein and a bit of onion & garlic mixed in. #FUCKTHATSDELICIOUS Its buffalo meat, not mutton for those of you who will tag your friends with a 'chalo this week' 😛

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3. Yazdani Bakery: It is one of the oldest Irani bakeries with the most reasonable prices. Their freshly baked bread with herbs and garlic, and mawa cake are highly recommended.
Where: Fountain Akbar Ally, Fort

4. Ram Ashraya: It is so popular for its strong filter coffee and tasty South Indian food that people have to wait in queues sometimes even early in the morning! It has very cheap rates though with good service.

Where: Bhandarkar Road, Matunga East

5. Aaswad: While primarily famous for its amazing South Indian food, Aaswad also offers delicious dishes like Patal Bhaji and Sabudana Khichdi!
Where: Gokhale Road, Shivaji Park, Dadar

6. Kyani & Co.: Another very famous and old Irani café, it serves some of the best Parsi dishes at very reasonable prices. Its chicken dishes, burgers, sandwiches, and rolls are also recommended.
Where: Opposite Metro Cinema, Marine Lines

7. King’s Shawarma: They have every and any combination of shawarmas you can think of, from pineapple, to olives, to chocolate! It is not too costly either and will fill your tummy!
Where: M.S. Ali Road, Grant Road

8. Jimmy Boy Restaurant: A very famous Parsi food joint, Jimmy Boy provides authentic Parsi cuisine at nominal prices. It has become a hub for Parsi people and its Salli Per Edu is to die for!
Where: Near Hornimon Circle, Fort

9. Samovar: Another very homely restaurant, Samovar provides some of the best juices, parathas, and Boti rolls! Its service is also very nice and they don’t rush their diners.
Where: Jehangir Art Gallery, Kala Ghoda, Fort

10. Bademiya: This place is a MUST go to for non veg, and kebab lovers! It is a small joint that serves delicious, mouth watering seekh kebabs, boti kebabs, and all kinds of barbeque at very cheap rates!
Where: Tulloch Road, Colaba

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Bademiya lunch today

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Just listing down places with such yummy food is making my stomch rumble! How many have you tried? And which one is your favourite?

Also, for the greater good, if you know of some budget friendly place, write to us at team@socialsamosa.com