Chicken Tikka, Thai Curry And More: Where To Get That Hatke Warm Bowl Of Maggi This Winter

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    Maggi might be best served at home, under two minutes. But we know that there are as many variations of Maggi as there are fans of it, and whenever we’re in the mood to experiment, while keeping one foot firmly in our comfort zone, here’s where we head. 

    P.S: Maggi lovers, haven't you already bookmarked them all? 

    Hungry Head, Powai

    Hungry Head

    Powai, Mumbai

    This place was highly recommended to us for their Maggi, and they lived up to the hype. Their menu is so loaded with Maggi dishes that each visit merits a new dish.

    What To Order: They try and infuse Maggi into different dishes, so expect (deep breath) pizza Maggi, and even a Maggi burger on the menu. Also check out barbeque Maggi and Thai curry Maggi. Their most popular dishes are Picadillia Maggi and the Aglio o Olio Maggi.

    Shell Out: INR 100-300 

    P.S: Heads up, they only do vegetarian dishes, so meat-lovers will have to settle for greener options. Also, it’s an outdoor seating arrangement with a food-truck vibe. It’s easy on the pocket and the service is quick. Though if it’s a sunny day we’re out of luck since there’s no shaded area.

    The Night Maggi

    The Night Maggi

    Jogeshwari, Mumbai

    A  small delivery joint in Jogeshwari, The Night Maggi is budget-friendly, and has a really good variety on the menu,. The best part is that this joint has options in abundance for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. From black pepper butter maggi to schezwan cheese corn maggi to oregano maggi, and even chicken black pepper, they have it all. 

    What To Order: Besides the classic Maggi, we tried out the special Chicken Butter Masala Maggi for a protein-heavy experience that we did not regret. At All. 

    Shell Out: INR 100-200

    Manoj Pasta

    Manoj Pasta

    Cuffe Parade, Mumbai

    We decided to include this on the list purely because it’s one of the best and underrated places to get Maggi on Mumbai streets. Manoj , the owner of Manoj pasta (obvious much?) literally cooks everything on his tiny red cart on the street. Though his pastas are more famous, we preferred his Maggi. 

    What To Order: Heaps of vegetables such as corn and mushroom along with paneer are served with the Maggi. One plate was enough to fill us up.

    Shell Out: Over-priced at INR 100, we still recommend him for a quick bite.

    P.S: There’s no seating, but the beauty of this place is to stand there and eat. Perfect for office-goers in and around Cuffe Parade, head here for a quick bite. It’s insanely busy in the evening, so expect some waiting time.

    Kill No Calorie, Thane

    Kill No Kalorie

    Thane Area, Mumbai

    This cafe is sort of a hidden gem situated in the narrow yet famous alley of Naupada in Thane. What makes it so special is its menu and how perfectly it compliments the name of this place. In Kill No Kalorie, everything is a bit extra (extra creamy, extra cheesy) 

    What To Order: The injected samosa maggi is the bomb here and quite a hit in the hood. 

    Shell Out: INR 140 onward 

    P.S: The pastas here are filling and delicious too. 

    Hapshiz, Khar

    Hapshiz

    Khar, Mumbai

    Ever heard of a paneer and chicken popcorn maggi? We did not too, until we wrote this list. This little space in Khar offers some really unique varieties in your comfort food like the Hostel Waali maggi, Shimle Waali maggi,  Pizze Waali maggi and so on. We'd recommend that you try it all, to be honest. 

    What To Order: Chicken popcorn maggi, chicken sausage maggi (which is also their signature dish), and paneer popcorn maggi.

    Shell Out: INR 100-200