Affordable Restaurants in Mumbai.Living in this economic capital of the nation, Mumbai is considered to be quite expensive and costly. The most necessary of all, even delicious food is considered a luxury or maybe not. There are still few places from Mumbai tourism that offer excellent food at a very affordable price. One has to only know about these low costing restaurants in Mumbai to go ahead and feast. Most of these places are always crowded by the college students because the price of the items in the menu is very low, while others come here to enjoy the different taste altogether. Here are some of the must visit affordable restaurants in Mumbai that one should experience while in the city,

P. Raju Dosawala: Located at the parking lot of Breach Candy Hospital, this eatery serves Naram Mysore Sada dosa that is neatly slathered with red masala powder and butter. It is then lifted off the hot griddle while it is still soft. Having it with the spicy garlic chutney is pure pleasure.

Al Tosha: Close to 7 Bungalows at Versova in Andheri west, this is primarily a Mughlai joint that is oddly famous for its Russian cutlets. These thin chicken patties are coated with farch-like substance and then deep fried. What comes out is the creamiest chicken cutlet one ever had, as it instantly melts in the mouth just as quick as galouti.

B. Merwan: An authentic Irani joint that is right outside the Grant Road station on the eastern side. It still looks the same when it was opened a century ago, with wooden furniture; signboards painted in vintage fonts and mirrored columns. The popular Omelet Pao is the specialty here, which should be asked for along with a cup of tea.

Parsi Amelioration Committee: Popular among the restaurants in Mumbai for its pastries that are stuffed with chicken fillings, which are deliciously creamy makes for the most satisfying snack of the day. A cup of hot tea is recommended with it. One can easily locate PAC next to Bhatia Hospital in Tardeo.

Royal Sindh: Situated at J.P. Road, Versova, this Sindhi restaurant offers Koki, which is more like a roti that’s dabbed with purified butter. Green chilies, chopped onions, cumin seeds are added in the dough along with salt while preparing it for rolling rotis. These thick, ghee dabbed Kokis are served with a bowl of fresh curd.

Kyani & Co.: If someone wishes to have a real protein heavy snack or breakfast to begin the day with, the Chicken bhurji here would be the best. The chef here tosses a few pieces of chicken into egg bhurji to make this special preparation, which is then served with pao. Mumbai tourism is not complete without a visit to this place.

Urban Tadka: This Punjabi restaurant is known for its Makki di roti that comes with the typical white butter on the top, which gradually melts and adds taste to the roti. It is served with sarson da saag, which is made out of the mustard plant leaves. Indeed one of the most esteemed restaurants in Mumbai that one must visit.

By pauline