Chhole Bhature, Anyone? Five Mumbai Eateries That Delhi-Lovers Have To Hit Up

Khushi posted on 19 December

Ten-Second Takeaway

Delhi, famously known for its street-side food, is where you can find the best kathi rolls, chhole bhature, chaat, sweets and a lot more. Finding top-of-the-line cholesterol filling and appealing chhole bhature in Mumbai is quite difficult, but some eateries brings to you the typical Delhi taste in their food. Here are some of our favourites which will definitely give you hunger pangs.

Cream Centre, Chowpatty

Want to know what paradise is? It is treating yourself at Cream Centre! This eatery serves you the best chole bhature. The finger-licking pickles and buttery chhole with two fluffy, steaming bhature are just what the stomach needs. Cream Centre has also been awarded for this dish in 2014. By the way, they are also known for their top-notch cheesy and creamy nachos. A meal for two here will cost INR 900.

#LBBTip: Also try their Punjabi samosa, onion rings and sizzlers.

Casual Dining

Fulchand Niwas, Chowpatty Sea Face, Chowpatty, Mumbai

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Guru Kripa, Sion

Guru Kripa is a legendary restaurant started in 1975. Serving the scrumptious street-side food, South Indian delicacies and fast food, this place is also known for its delightful serving of chole bhature and chole samosa. Particularly popular for its Samosas {because it has a secret recipe which nobody has been able to replicate}. A meal for two here will cost you INR 300.

#LBBTip: Also try their gulab jamun, sweet lassi, tikki chole and Sindhi breakfast delicacies.

Casual Dining

40, Guru Kripa Building, Road 24, Near SIES College, Sion, Mumbai

Gulati Sweets, Andheri East

There are days when you want a change in your routine, and for those days, there’s Gulati’s. It’s a very busy, small outlet. Make sure you have a good appetite before visiting this eatery. Don’t go on its name! It’s not only famous and known for its sweets, but also for its amazing street food! They gratify the very luscious chole bhature with lip-smacking pickles which completely resemble Delhi’s make. They also manage to make very good kachoris, which are also a must-try when there. A meal for two here will cost you INR 200.

#LBBTip: Also try their lassi, jaleb, samosas, and mawa sweets.

Shree Chole Bhature, Mira Road East

Perfectly cooked, succulent chole served with a single, huge bhatura for just INR 50. As the name of the place suggests, chole bhature is their signature dish and the best offering. Shree Chole Bhature offers a huge variety of other North Indian dishes too. The eatery is not overwhelming or attracting, but is more like a chota packet, bada dhamaka. This place is a complete value for money joint and a meal for two will cost you INR 350.

#LBBTip: Also try their palak khichdi, buttermilk and stuffed paratha.

Casual Dining

12, Iraisa, Beverly Park, Kanakia Road, Mira Road East, Mumbai

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Oye Kake, Fort

Oye Kake is not only Punjabi by name, but also by its approach. It’s more like an Amritsari dhaba with colorful and elegant interiors. Punjabi songs and captions written in Punjab are just some of the highlights of its interiors. It’s a perfect place for finger-licking and fulfilling chole-kulchas. A meal for two will cost you INR 600.

#LBBTip: Also try their tandoori stuffed parathas, gulab jamuns and dal makhni.

Casual Dining

13-C, Cawasji Patel Street, Fort, Mumbai

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