Well, when we think of pav bhaji, the first name that comes to mind is Mayaram (you've got to be living under a rock if you haven't heard of it!). But with Covid-19 keeping you home, you can't really go out to grab a plate. So, why not order in?
This small eatery on Lord Sinha Road (the same lane as Shri Shikshayatan College) has been a paopular hang out spot among college-goers and the general folk alike. And rightly so thanks to the food, especially the mouth-watering pav bhaji, that they serve here. The varieties are few but you won't be able to stop at one plate - it's so good! From the normal Pav Bhaji to cheese, paneer and Jain ones (without onion or garlic, silly!), Mayaram serves it all. They also have this amazing variety called Masala Bread where they toss the pav in the bhaji itself instead of giving it separately.
Besides, they also have enough options to satisfy all your street food and chaat cravings. From Chinese, chola bhatura, pizza, sandwiches, momos and papdi chaat, they have it all. But if it's South Indian food that you are craving for, then you're in for a treat as there's a wide selection of dosa, idli and uttapam available but we'd suggest you try the Mayaram Special Masala Dosa and the Mix Uttapam. They also have different kulfi flavours, soda shikanji and shakes available for a limited period of time every day.
Best part? All of it is super affordable. A meal for two won't cost you more than INR 300-400.