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Mumbai’s Mohammed Ali Road | best Khau Galli | Iftar Party | Mumbai Street | Non veg

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Mumbai’s Mohammed Ali Road | best Khau Galli | Iftar Party | Mumbai Street | Non veg

*** Mohammed Ali Road ***

Place Details:
Mohammed Ali Road is known to be one of the most famous street food destinations in Mumbai. It is extremely famous for Mughlai and Tandoori and food. However, in the recent years, with the increase in the number of people who visit the streets, there are plenty of places that offer the typical Indian-Chinese (which tends to be spicy), Shawarmas, and toher north Indian delicacies that people come looking for.

Here are seven places and their signature dishes that you must try.
1. Mawa Jalebis at Burhanpur Mawa Jalebis
How much to pay: Priced at Rs. 240 per kilo

2. Masala Milk at Noorani Milk Centre
How much to pay: Rs. 40 per bottle

3. Kebabs at Chinese and Grill
How much to pay: Chicken Seekh Kebab at Rs. 200 for two pieces

4. Sanju Baba Chicken at Noor Mohammadi Hotel
This is one of the most famous restaurants here and the reason is their Sanju Baba Chicken. The story goes that Sanjay Dutt, who has been visiting this restaurant since 1986, shared a special recipe with the owners and they have been using it to prepare a delicious chicken curry that they named after him. Expect a juicy chicken leg served in a curry that will lift your spirits instantly. You may find the gravy a bit oily but it’s worth the flavours and it tastes best when you soak it up with hot tandoori rotis. While you’re at it, you must also try their Nalli Nihari and the Shammi Kebabs that will literally melt in the mouth.
How much to pay: Sanju Baba Chicken at Rs. 100, Shammi Kebabs at Rs. 25 per piece

5. Aflatoon and Phirni at Suleman Usman Mithaiwala
How much to pay: Rs. 60 for the Phirni and Rs. 500 per kilo for Aflatoon

6. Malpuas at Tawakkal Sweets
How much to pay: Rs. 10 per piece

7. Taj Ice-Cream Sancha Handmade
How much to pay: Rs.60 per scoop

If you are a first-timer, we’d suggest you pick the best out of the best. To make sure you don’t come back disappointed, I have curated a list of restaurants you must visit and some of the dishes you could try out of their menu. These are all tried and tested, so go ahead and have the most unforgettable food walk this city can offer.

Also don’t forget to visit below mentioned hotels

Hindustan Hotel
Specialty: Butter Chicken
Timing: 12 Noon – 4 AM

Sahil Restaurants
Specialty: Muradabadi Biryani
Timing: 11 AM – 4 AM

This Mughlai and Chinese Serving Fast food Joint, may be small in space but you know what they say about small packages having the biggest surprises, Chinese-N-Grill, as the name suggests, specializes in the Chinese cuisine and just knocks out of the park with it’s Sizzlers. Honestly, Expect Waiting time during peak hours but we assure you it will be worth the wait.
Specialty: Nalli Nihari
Timing: 12 Noon – 4 AM

Modern house
Modern house is a paradise for anyone with a sweet tooth, known for its traditional preparation of sweets using ingredients such as Desi Ghee, Apart from all the confectionaries they cook up, their USP is their Milk Cake which is hogged down throughout the 12hrs that it stays open.
Specialty: Rabdi Malpua
Timing: 6 PM – 4 AM

Mashaallah Cuisine
Specialty: Reshmi Barra
Timing: 6 PM – 4 AM

Marhaba Fast Food
Specialty: Bhuna Mutton
Timing: 6 PM – 4 AM

Bismillah corner
Specialty: Seekh kebabs
Timing: 6 PM – 4 AM

Bade Miyan
The most famous Mughlai cuisine stall in Mumbai Bademiyaan is the best place to have an authentic Mughlai style of chicken and mutton. Cooked with loads of ghee & spices, the dishes are most flavourful. And it’s reasonably priced.
Specialty: Seekh Kebab
Timing: 6 PM – 4 AM

Kadar Sandaal Stall
Specialty: Saandal
Timing: 6 PM – 4 AM

Shalimar Restaurant
Specialty: Raan Biryani
Timing:8 AM – 4 AM

Noorani Milk Center
Noorani Milk Centre is located in the famous Minara Masjid Lane just off Mohammed Ali Road & is indeed a good place to visit, particularly during the month of Ramadan to enjoy their special Malpua with Rabdi for Dessert
Specialty: Masala Milk
Timing: 6 PM – 4 AM

Suleman Usman Mithaiwala
Specialty: Rabdi Malpua
Timing: 4 PM – 4 AM

Noor Mohammadi Hotel
Specialty: Chicken Sanju Baba
Timing: 12 Noon – 4 AM

Specialty: Seekh Paratha
Timing: 11 AM – 4 AM

Nawab Seekh Kebab
Specialty: Seekh Paratha
Timing: 6 PM – 4 AM

Delhi Zaika
Specialty: Changezi Chicken
Timing: 4 PM – 4 AM

Opening hours of Mohammed Ali Road:- Open all days


Near Bhindi Bazaar and Khetwadi, Mumbai-400003

1. Distance between CST & Mohammad Ali Road is 2.1 kms or 1.3 miles or 1.1 n miles.

2. Distance between Andheri & Mohammad Ali Road is 24.5 kms or 15.3 miles or 13.3 n miles

3. Distance between Ghatkopar & Mohammad Ali Road is 19.8 kms or 12.3 miles or 10.7 n miles




  1. Finding Destinations

    June 7, 2018 at 5:08 am

    Mast very informative and my mouth is watering 😋

  2. Shivpoojan Verma

    June 7, 2018 at 5:10 am

    Nice video. Going to visit soon.

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