The tiny place is almost always busy with office-goers and students and attracts every passerby too. Since pav bhaji is an important part of Mumbai's street food culture, let us talk about Sardar Ahmed, who introduced pav bhaji to the city, around 52 years ago. As stories have it, this man used to stand outside mills and sell vegetables. He observed tired workers around him and decided to whip up something quickly with the vegetables he had with him. That gave birth to this mouth-watering snack, and the legacy has been continued ever since then.
You can gorge on their cheese pav bhaji, khada bhaji pav, Jain pav bhaji, and a plethora of other options. It costs INR 155 a plate for a regular pav bhaji and the Jain preparation is for INR 170. And if you plan to visit Sardar's anytime soon, don't forget to try their strawberry milkshake, sweet paan, and caramel custard too.
#LBBTip: The joint is pretty open late, especially during the weekends.