Indian Street Food Tour in Mumbai, India | Street Food in India BEST Curry

– Check it out. It’s Trevor James. I’m in Mumbai, India. We’re going for a full-on food tour, street food tour of this city. We’re gonna see what we can find. This is my first trip
here and I’m so pumped. Check it out. Mumbai is packed with cuisine that you’re gonna fall in
love with on your first try. You’ll never run out of new things to try as you explore the city. I came here to eat and I found a ton of
awesome snacks and meals that blew me away. Travelers always say that
India is sensory overload and I have to agree especially when it comes to eating. (speaking Hindi) Pav Bhaji is a thick and
creamy vegetable gravy made mainly with potatoes,
tomatoes, peas, and onions. It’s mashed up before your
eyes on the street side and you can literally smell
the butter as you walk by. The vendors add so much as they make it. It’s served with a soup
or soft butter-soaked bun that you scoop lots of gravy onto. Oh! That looks juicy. Oh, wow. Thank you. I’m gonna take a bun. I’m gonna get some of
that buttery, juicy sauce. Oh! It’s saturate. Oh! And he just loads it up with butter. Mmm! Whoa. Thank you. That is unbelievable. Next, I made my way to the most famous street food in Mumbai. The Vada Pav aka the Mumbai burger. If you’re vegetarian, this is your heaven. It’s made with deep fried potato patties stuffed with cumin,
mustard seeds, tumeric, coriander, and masala powder and then it’s covered in a mint chutney, sweet chutney, and a
spicy red chili powder. Mmm! Oh, look at this. This is the Mumbai burger. Look at that. Wow! Whoa! That is really nice. You can see that soft potato batter. It’s spicy. I think they’re stuffed
with Indian spices. I think I taste fennel and cumin in there and these crisps. Oh, it’s crispy, but the bun is so soft. And since it was Ramadan, I came to the must-visit
Mohammad Ali road. If you come on the eve of Eid, then you’re in for a treat because you can find a huge selection of specialty street foods and the festive atmosphere
is gonna make you hungry. This is malpua, which is like
an egg saffron ghee pancake. It’s so hot here. So many people. And I wanna try this out. Let’s order up. How much? (speaking Hindi)
Okay. This is the Malpua. Oh! Wow! Thank you! This is the egg Malpua. This is gonna be the oiliest
thing I’ve ever eaten. It’s like an egg pancake
loaded with saffron. I think the white stuff– I think that’s like a cinnamon milk– Oh, it’s really hot. Let’s try it out. Mmm. Whoa! Wow! That is surprisingly really good. It tastes like eggnog almost. It tastes like a sweet cinnamon banana with a hint of cardamom. Next, I had a recommendation
to try the muttun brain gravy and the Tandoori quail. This is absolutely insane here. We’re gonna order up
some Tandoori pheasant. Look at this. I have Tandoori chicken here. Oh, yeah. Get a little lime on here. Get a little lemon. And over here, this is
the specialty quail. Whoa! That’s very good. – Well done. – Yeah. It’s tender. – It’s well-marinated. A little smoky. And that skin is so crispy This here is like a lamb brain gravy. Oh. Lamb brain gravy. Let’s try it out. Ooh! Ooh! I don’t know if I can roll with the brain. It’s almost like a little fishy. But I wasn’t about to
let that one brain stew ruin the show for the rest of them. So, I came to try a
different spicy version down the next road, made with garam masala, a lot of tumeric, and a ton of spice. Oh, it smells good. Smells really spicy. I can smell the tumeric in there. – One brain?
– One brain, please. Yes. Egg brain. That means one lamb brain. Thank you. Oh, my. There’s all that garam
masala spice, chili powder, There’s lots of tumeric and I am excited. I have never tried this before. Let’s go for it. Mmm! The garam masala, the
chili powder, the tumeric all mixed together is really good. Thank you. That was really good. Thank you very much. Oh, it’s so nice! I never thought lamb
brain would be like that. Thank you. Thank you. The next day, I found a street kachori topped with a sweet chutney, mint chutney, crisps, dal, and yogurt. Egg kachori. Thank you. (speaking Hindi) Thank you. How much? – 20 rupees.
– 20 rupees. Okay. He put a sweet chutney and
a mint chutney on there. We’re gonna try it out. Mmm! Oh, yeah! – Tasty? – Yeah. Tasty. It’s really nice, actually. Oh. It’s sweet, spicy. Is this a mint chutney? Mint chutney? – Green chutney.
– Green chutney. (speaking Hindi) Very nice.
– Yes. – It’s like a sweet, spicy, crispy puff. And a trip to Mumbai wouldn’t be complete without the famous pani puri. This crunchy, spicy, tumeric,
water-filled cup of joy is found all over India, but I came here to Mumbai to eat it. I’ve been waiting so long to try this. This is the spot in Mumbai to try it out. It’s like an Indian water
bomb packed with tamarind. Sweet tamarind flavor. Let’s try it out. So, you can see the green things in there. Those are moong dal and these white circular things, these are crisps called boondi. They mix two types of water together. One is like a spicy– Oh! It exploded. One is like a spicy tamarind water and one is sweet and minty. Mmm! Whoa! That is really good. It explodes in your mouth. It’s super sweet. I can taste the tamarind in there. It’s a little spicy. And this pani puri is so crunchy. It’s like a crunchy water bomb. The water is cool and refreshing. Later, I found a special
protein-filled chickpea mash with mustard seeds, onions, and cilantro at a super busy little street corner. Yes, please. So, this is the sev khamani? Wow. Okay. So, look at this. They give you this. This is like a legumes
mash with all these crisps. There’s fresh onions, fresh cilantro. Oh. I have no idea what
this is gonna taste like. Let’s try it out. Whoa! That is unique. – [Man] Very nice. (speaking Hindi) (laughing) The legumes are really, really hearty. It’s like the next level
of mashed potatoes. You get a full-on hearty flavor. I actually taste a little
bit of sweetness in there with some cilantro and onions. For the final killer meal in Mumbai, I made my way to a famous thali shop and experienced a true
home-cooked style thali in downtown Mumbai, complete with an assortment
of dishes and desserts, giving a full-spectrum of sweet, salty, spicy, bitter, and sour dishes. And this is covered in ghee, right? – Yeah.
– Oh, very nice. Fruit salad. Is it in a yogurt? – [Man] No, not yogurt. Fruit and milk. – [Trevor] Fruit and milk? And this one, here? – [Man] This is ghulam jam. – [Trevor] Ghulam jam. Yes, please. This is a feast. Here. Thank you very much. Garlic chutney? – [Man] Garlic and chutney mix. Chili mix, chili, bitter, lemon. Whatever you feel, you can– – [Trevor] Oh, just dip it right in. – Yeah.
– Beautiful. – [Man] You can use your left hand. – [Trevor] Can I? – [Man] No, you can– – [Trevor] Can I use my left? – [Man] See. Comfortable and easy. Okay. Thank you very much. Let’s try it out. Mmm! Oh, yeah. Mmm! Oh! – You like spicy? Take this. – Take these?
– Yeah. – Wow. – [Woman] You like Indian food? – Yeah. Indian food’s really good. Yeah. It’s so good. This is my first time having the thali. – You like it?
– Yeah. I’ve been looking forward to this. I’ve been really looking
forward to trying it. A lot of flavors on this tahli. They’re all just complete vibrant flavors and there’s no meat. That’s the surprising part. Every single bite is something new. A huge contrast of flavors and textures and you can just mix and match and every bite is something new. Oh, rice. Awesome. I’m just gonna
add some dal there. Oh, yes. It’s unlimited. You can just keep eating. On the rice. Oh, yeah. And now, I’m gonna put a
little more dal all over that. It’s so fresh. The whole thali experience here at the Friends Union
Joshi Club was amazing and the thali just had a distinct hearty and home-cooked flavor. It was so delicious. So, please subscribe
to my YouTube channel. Click that like button and leave me a comment down below. I’ve had a marvelous time here in Mumbai. Awesome food, friendly people, and I’m moving on to Kho Chen next. I’m in search of some good food. Thanks again. Thanks so much for watching
my food and travel videos. If you love the video, please help me out by leaving me a comment down below. It’s gonna help my video reach more people so I can keep making more videos for you. Thanks again.

98 Replies to “Indian Street Food Tour in Mumbai, India | Street Food in India BEST Curry

  1. HUGE THANKS to ExpressVPN for offering all Food Ranger viewers 3 months free and 49% off their yearly package using this link: . Travelers need ExpressVPN to stay safe online and to unblock any site. I personally use it for Netflix, even while at home in Canada, but also while traveling to unblock content and episodes that are geoblocked, and I also use it for security, because airport wifi and hotel wifi is often very insecure, leaving my data vulnerable. By connecting to one of their servers around the world, it’s just like my computer or phone is in that location, and all data sent while connected to their VPN is secure, safe, and private from others to see, so I know that my data won’t be hacked or looked at by others. Thanks so much for watching, and we have tons more videos coming up for you! Please leave me a comment below letting me know what you thought about this episode, thanks so much!!!

  2. Dude try a thali in hyderabad . U gonnaa lick ur lips . At “SUBBAIYYA GARI HOTEL “ in kukatpally ,hyderabad ,India …

  3. When i went to Mumbai.. they said they have many street foods.. yes they have.. vada pav, vada pizza ,vada roti.. they insert vada in everything

  4. It's very bad rating on vada pav Bro u can't eat properly when u visit one place just observe ur near How people eating ok. Actually No 1 street food is vada pav n am observe u ur reaction is not natural. Please correct it

  5. Now he will go back to his country and make fun of the whole lot.. smfh..
    I guess we will never learn what equality means..

  6. India is home of spices ….. So obviously you will find all sorts recipe wondering how …? There gonna do it

  7. Sir…….Please help me sir…….I have done my PG with 83% and i am physically handicapped……..Please help me to put Internet browsing center in my village….Please sir i need some money

  8. also if you would like to eat filthy dirty scummy brown peoples bogies poop spit and god knows what else then try the street food mmmm it’s lush 🤮

  9. ใส่เครื่องเทศเยอะมากเลย มันจะใส่เอาเหรียญทองโอลิมปิคหรือไง

  10. This made me hungry. India is too rich in spice and ingredient. Just how many special ingredients in one street food! Damn! And also whenever he says it smells good i really feel craving for it hahaha

  11. guest sy paisy lety hn ye log,, isy pta chlta h k dill se ameer hona chahye economy sy nh,, i love my pakistan,, pakistan mn ksi ny b pasiy nh lye thy insy

  12. Must try "misal pav" in mumbai or in pune "specialty of pune" n must try indian deserts from gujrat or Rajasthan..

  13. Ye Indian truest se bhi pesy lety hi hum Pakistani 🇵🇰 ♥️ log truest se pesy ni lety hum dil k buhat achy hi Pakistan 🇵🇰 zinda baad we love ISPR subscrib chinnal

  14. How Cheaperd indians…you are paying there….
    No hospitality in india why???
    when you came in pakistan you can't pay anythings here….
    Paistan Zindaabad

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *