Top 5 Places For Lip-smacking Samosas In Mumbai

Mumbai’s monsoons can get a whole lot better if you’re sipping on some hot chai and digging into a samosa. Whether you like a plain veg samosa or are on the lookout for a meaty one, we’ve got you covered. Here is our roundup on the best samosas to try out in Mumbai.

Samosa Diaries In Mumbai

Unlike the plain samosas with chutney, Mumbai’s samosa varieties are unique. From chhole samosa to samosa pav, it’s a dish that has morphed into different forms. Almost every street joint where you can find a vada pav in Mumbai will mostly also have samosas. But in theis articles, we’re out to list only the best picks.

1.Guru Kripa

For more than 40 years, Guru Kripa has been the go-to place for foodies craving some delicious street-style chaat. We’ve already included it in our list of top places to go for the best pani puri in Mumbai, but it’s Chole Samosa and Chole Bhature deserves some fame too. Their samosas are made fresh everyday are even delivered to movie theares across Mumbai. Watch out for A1 samosas there!

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

2. Soam

Soam is a paradise for vegetarians in Mumbai. Gujarati and Jain food dominates its menu, but they also have lighter snacks like  samosas, bhelpuri, and pani puri on offer. Samosas at Soam are smaller, crispier and more flavorful than your average ones. The best part is that it comes loaded with cheese.

Where: Ground Floor, Sadguru Sadan, Opposite Babulnath Temple, Chowpatty

3. Tewari Bros Sweets

Tewari Bros Sweets may have started off primarily as a sweet shop business, but today, it is also one of the best places to have chaat in Mumbai. From Raj Kachori to Delhi-style Chole Bhature, samosas, and lassi, there is a lot for foodies to try there. Long time patrons give Tewari Bros Sweets extra brownie points for maintaining a good food quality standard.

Where: Juhu, Borivali, Sion, Charni Road

4. Burma Burma

Samosas get a whole new makeover at Burma Burma. It skips the chutney or the choley and drowns our good ol’ samosa in a curry. One of their most popular dishes is the Samosa Soup which features tiny samosas dunked in a a spicy broth with carrots, cabbage and capsicum. As unusual as it sounds, it’s extremely delicious!

Where: Kothari House, Allana Centre Lane, MG Road, Behind Mumbai University, Fort

5. The Bohri Kitchen

Everything about The Bohri Kitchen is unique. What started off as a home food-tasting project is now attracting the attention of chefs and celebrities across Mumbai. the bohri Kitchen promises you a 7-course home-cooked meal that is served in a communal thaal. Each weekend they have a different menu. Their smoked mutton kheema samosas  and legendary 48-hour marinated raan are the showstoppers of the food show there!

Where: Worli, Colaba

For those who are a little more adventurous, we also recommend trying out the Mawa Samosa at B Merwan in Grant Road, Poha Samosa at Samrat in Vile Parle, and Mutton Samosa at Hearsch Bakery in Bandra. They’ll all change the way you look at samosas! Which other samosa places in Mumbai do you like? Pleae share with us your views in the comments section below.

Image Credits: Swiggy, Food Lovers, The Hungry Happy Hippy, Rediff, NDTV Food


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