5 Places That Offer The Best Kheema Pav In Mumbai
Aah Mumbai – home to the vada pav, the misal pav, the pav bhaji and more! But you know nothing speaks to the non-vegetarians like a good kheema pav. When it comes to Mumbai, you might find plenty of restaurants that serve the dish, but are they worth it? We have compiled a list of the best places that serve Kheema pav in Mumbai for you.
1. BKC DIVE, BKC
This cafe gives you a very homely feel. Order the Kheema pav and sit down with a mocktail. They have Parsi style breakfast menus to give you a classic feel as well.
Approx cost: Rs 190 for one portion
2. AQUA – SUN N SAND, JUHU
Entertainment and the best food is what gives Sun n Sand its appeal. The Kheema pav is scrumptious and meat-filledwith yumminess. Another thing you must try here is the Curry Rice and Ghosh Biryani.
Approx cost: Rs 885 for one portion
3. KYANI & CO, MARINE LINES
If you’re looking for an affordable place for your food, Kyani’s is where you should come. Offering some of the best meat dishes including Kheema pav, burgers and pizzas, you can eat your heart out and still save money. Kyani’s has the widest range of kheema offereing from ghotala to fry to kheema with egg to sali and even Kheema bhurjee. We love their Kheema + fish fillet!
Approx cost: Rs 65 for one portion, Rs 75 for Kheema Ghotala, Rs 100 for Kheema + fish fillet
4. IBRAHIM’S, MALAD WEST
Who hasn’t heard about Ibrahim’s? Famous for its lip smacking dishes, the Kheema pav is fantastic as well. Along with offering the company of the young crowd, the cafe is best for pocket-friendly food items.
Approx cost: Rs 190 for Kheema Pav, ₹220 for Kheema Ghotala
5. GOOD LUCK, BANDRA
The Kheema pav here has chopped kheema instead of minced, with some egg in it. It is low on the spicy side, but surely yummy. Try out the sandwiches at this cafe too!
Approx cost: Rs 100 for one portion
Being a largely staple diet of the folks out here in Mumbai, you will be able to try out different styles of Kheema pav. We’ve listed down a few popular ones from various styles, so which one would you try first?