Evening snacks near Navjivan Society, Grant Road

Navjivan Society is one of the central locations in South Bombay. And people come from all over the city to gauge on the delicacies of the street food in this vicinity. During evening, one can see the crowd around various stalls. Right from vada pav to falooda, you have all kind of food you could desire for an evening snack.

Munshi’s Bhel

Munshi bhel wala has been around for the past 25 years now and has dedicated patron who come regularly. His best-seller since all this time has been sukhi bhel; mainly made with puffed rice, with chana dal, chopped tomato and onion, coriander leaves, sev and eaten with papdis. Apart from that, you get bhel puri, sev puri, and singh chana.


Recommendation: Sukhi Bhel
Timings: 1 pm to 9 pm
Landmark: Near Navjivan Society

Jaseem Manchurian

Jaseem and his partner Shahbaz have been serving manchurian for the past six years. You can have plain manchurian, veg manchurian, and chinese bhel – the most popular item. And all of this just for Rs 10 a plate, in which you get six different varieties of manchurian.


Recommendation: Chinese manchurian
Timings: 3 pm to 11 pm
Landmark: Near Navjivan Society

Deepak Dabeli

When Deepak started his stall 20 years ago, a plate of dabeli costed just Rs 3.50. Dabeli is a spicy and little sweet potato filling inside a bun. It is drizzled with a spicy chutney, some pomegranates and grapes. In spite of the inflation, you can still buy a filling plate for just Rs 15, even today. With additional fruits, this dabeli is unlike others. You can order for parties also!


Recommendation: Special dabeli
Timings: 3 pm to 11 pm
Landmark: Near Navjivan Society

Arvind’s Chat

Arvind comes from a family that specialises in the best pani puris – in fact, they have been in the business since his grandfather. And you can certainly experience that pedigree. He also sells ragda pattice and has one of the most popular stalls.

pani puri

Recommendation: Pani Puri
Timings: 2 pm to 9 pm
Landmark: Near Navjivan Society

Deepak Snacks

You can watch your snacks being made right in front of you by Deepak. He’s been making snacks like banana chips, chakhli, tomato chips, kurkure, bindu, chana namkeen, and more for the past six years. Banana chips are the best-sellers and cost just Rs 40.

Om sai juice centre

Recommendation: Banana chips
Timings: 9 am to 9 pm
Landmark: Near Navjivan Society

Shankaran falooda centre

Shankaran came from Rajasthan 20 years ago and has been selling yummy falooda since then. You can buy kesar pista, and badam pista ice cream as well.


Recommendation: Fruit salad Falooda
Timings: 4 pm to midnight
Landmark: Near Navjivan Society

Dinesh Vada Pav Centre

Dinesh Yadav used to sell vada pav earlier near Grant Road station, but has shifted near Navjivan Society since the past one year. Apart from regular vada pav, you can also savour patra, bhajia, bread pattice, and samosas.

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Recommendation: Samosa
Timings: 6 am to 9.30 pm
Landmark: Near Navjivan Society

Gurunath Sandwich

Gurunath and Kalpesh are brothers who have inherited their talent of making tasty sandwiches from their father who worked for 30 years. They have been at the business for the past 10 years now. You can have a veg sandwich for just Rs. 25. Do try cheese chilly toast – their best-selling item.



Specials: Veg Chilly Cheese Toast
Timings: 1 pm to 8.30 pm
Landmark: Near Navjivan Society

Content and Image Courtesy: Shweta Dahiya


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