Elco, Bandra
Elco, one of the most popular chaat joints in Mumbai, is especially known for their mouth-watering paani puri.
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Jalaram Snacks, Mulund
At Jalaram Snacks you have to try the big dahi kachori. The joint is known for its unique food pairings, like their samosa cheese bhel.
Swati Snacks, Tardeo
While the panki here is one of the most popular dishes, their paani puri and dahi puri are not to be missed either.
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Ram & Shyam Chaatwala, Santacruz West
Almost 60 years old, this roadside chaat stall has some of the city's tastiest sev puri, paani puri and bhel puri.
Kailash Parbat, across Mumbai
While Kailash Parbat is known for its vegetarian Sindhi fare, one of the best dishes on the menu is their chaat platter.
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Juhu Chowpatty
One of aamchi Mumbai's most iconic attractions is dotted with stalls that serve golas, pav bhaji, chutney sandwiches, flavoured paani puri and more.
Guru Kripa, Sion
Guru Kripa has earned the moniker, 'samosa heaven' of Mumbai. They even serve snacks like ragda patties, lassi and dal pakwan.
Sharma Chaat Bhandaar, Vile Parle West
A popular college student hang out, they are best known for their sweet and sour chutneys which are served alongside crispy puris.
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Punjab Sweet House, Bandra
This two in one sweet shop and chaat centre has some of the best paani puri in the city. Make sure you don't miss out on this one.
Gupta Chaat Centre, Matunga
They're best known for their toast sev puri but also have some of the tastiest green chutney sandwiches you'll eat.
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