One of the popular shores along the Arabian Sea, Juhu Beach is among the most visited beaches of Mumbai. People usually spend time, playing sports, making sandcastles and devouring over some most famous street food delicacies over the coast. The beach is always crowded and it’s home to many local vendors. Let’s take a look at some popular locally famous dishes of Mumbai Juhu Beach has to offer:
1. Pav Bhaji
A trip to Juhu Beach is definitely incomplete without hogging on a plate of Pav Bhaji. The spicy, lip-smacking Bhaji, topped with a slice of butter, is accompanied by roasted Pav (bread). It’s a signature dish of Juhu Beach and adored by millions of visitors every day. P.B. Center is the best spot if you wish to have Pav Bhaji any day.
Any South Indian fans here? Dosa is surely a go-to choice of food here. The street stalls are queued with customers and their varieties of order. From plain, masala, to experimenting with noodles and cheese, you can order anything at pocket-friendly prices.
3. Vada Pav
A Mumbaikar and their Vada pav can never stay apart. Piping hot, spicy vadas with sweet and spicy chutneys are served in a pav. Its seasoning flavors would surely please your taste buds.
4. Misal Pav
The traditional standard Maharashtrian dish, Misal Pav is now adored all over the city. It consists of spicy, Indian flavored curry, known as Misal, Pav and is garnished with onions and chiwda.
The quick, easy, and delicious meal in your mouth leaves you with nothing but excitement. The street stalls serve Bhel Puri, Sev Puri, Pani Puri, Dahi Puri. It requires minimum ingredients and can be prepared in no time. Its fresh, refreshing taste is truly an addiction.
The Tibetan South-Asian dumplings are now a truly famous item to devour at every nook and corner of this city. Momos are available boiled or fried, and the famous Paneer chilly momos are served in both red and white sauces and are worth every bite.
A pure vegetarian item on the menu, Sandwiches are often served by roadside hawkers or at street stalls. It is prepared using vegetables: onions, potatoes, tomato, beetroot, cucumber, etc. Nowadays the fusion paneer, cheese, chocolate sandwiches are also famous.
Originated from Kutch, Gujarat. ‘Dabeli’ means pressed; it’s a snack made using boiled potatoes, dabeli masala and spices between the pav. It is served with chutneys and garnished with pomegranate and roasted peanuts.
9. Ragada Pattice
A blast of flavors in your mouth, Ragada Pattice gives fresh and crunchy feel. One of the prevalent street foods of Bombay, you can have it any time of the day.
10. Hakka Noodles
Hakka Noodles at Shiv Sagar Pav Bhaji is a go-to Chinese escape. Spicy, tangy, yet scrumptious; noodles are cooked in spices and served with Manchurian.
11. Coconut Water
After a series of delicious junk food, Coconut water is a sugary and nutritious drink. It is available in Juhu Beach, mostly preferred in the morning and early evenings.
You definitely have to try this if you visit Juhu Beach. The most famous Ice Popsicle, baraf gola is prepared with crumpled ice and added flavored syrups. Kalakhatta to Rose, you can find a variety of golas served at your desk.
Ice creams can make you happy and Faloodas definitely happier. It’s made of flavored milk, vermicelli, tapioca pearls and gelatin. Conventionally started in rose flavor, it has now deviated into many flavors. A super sweet, cool glass of bliss is served at the Juhu Beach. Bharath Darbar Falooda serves it the best!
14. Corn Bhutta
Corn or bhutta is a snack time meal. In India, it is enjoyed during the monsoon, the vendors come with fully loaded carts. The corn is grilled on a small stove, the lemon and the special tangy masala evenly spread atop. It is served hot and available in Juhu any time of the year.
15. Raw Mango
Who doesn’t like raw mangoes? Its tangy flavors is something we are in awe of. And Juhu beach resides many street stalls, and it’s very famous. Raw mangoes are definitely an important part of people’s visit.
16. Star fruit
Star fruit, also known as Carambola, is gobbled up sliced and sprinkled with a mixture of salt and chilli powder. They are served on the street carts near Juhu beach and health-savvy people definitely choose it most of the time.
17. ChanaChor Garam
The perfect chatapata Indian snack on the beach, Chanachor Garam is sold by local vendors who stroll up and down the beach. It is presented by hot and yellow chickpeas with some onion, coriander leaves and spices served in a newspaper cone.
18. Banarasi Paan
An end to your great meal, Banarasi Paan is a combination of betel leaf, areca nut, and tutti frutti. As a mouth freshener, a lot of people recommend it after dinners.
Life in Mumbai is inextricably woven with beaches. The city opens up not only to a spectacular backdrop, but a free entertainment arena. And food soon grew up to be an important aspect of this place. Juhu beach and its mouth watering dishes anticipate your presence.