Samosa lovers, we’ve listed the best places for samosa in Mumbai! The perfect midday snack / pre-meal, the perfect samosa is as light as it is filling, deliciously crunchy and generously filling! We scoured the city in search of the best samosas, and these stayed away from the rest (sweet and tight-fisted) … Here are the best samosas in town!
Guru Kripa, Sion – #1 – Best samosa in Mumbai
If you’ve been in Mumbai long enough and haven’t dipped your samosa in Guru Kripa’s chhole, what do you do? 43 year old Guru Kripa samosa chhole in Sion is one of the best we have had personally. They are hot, fresh prepared daily and come with a plate of chhole and chutney!
Price: INR 37 per plate
Sindhu Sweets, Khar West
Samosa stuffed with hot potato served once again with hot chhole is what all Delhi walas dreams are made of. Unless you are in Mumbai, simply stop by Sindhu Sweets outside Khar Station and grab a snack from the post office. Or anytime. It is a space without judgment. The samosa here is fried fresh in regular batches and is very popular with train travelers. I just have to go out and buy one.
Price: INR 40 per plate, served with chholey and green chutney
We’re not hyperbolic when we say we’ve never had a Samosa like cheese and spinach at Soam. Right across from Dave, Soam has some best vegetarian options, but everything is pale compared to those Cheesy Fried Cocktail Samosa Chowpatty Mumbai.
Where: Soam, ground floor, Sadguru Sadan, opposite Babulnath temple, Chowpatty
Tewari Bros Mithaiwala, Juhu
Tewari Mithaiwala Brothers
This boutique dates back to its opening at the South Mumbai Opera House. They now have a sprawling shop in Juhu Mumbai, and their aloo samosa are an absolute delight and best in Juhu. A favorite among repeat customers, it has long served incredible samosa. They’re crunchy, fatty, and filled with a well-seasoned aloo filling, served with a green chutney topping.
Price: INR 26 each
Pankaj Farsan, Vile Parle East – #5 – Best samosa in Mumbai
Pankaj Farsan & Wafer Mart
Vile Parle East, Mumbai
Pankaj Farson is another old but good one. Pankaj Farsan started in the 1970s selling delicious samosa and thin, freshly made potato pancakes in Mumbai. The samosas here are delicious, although they sell out quickly, so be sure to go early at night. They have Punjabi samosas and even Jain samosas.
Hiralal Kashidas Bhajiawala
With roots in Surat for over 80 years, Hiralal at CP Tank is famous for his winter farsan and undhiyu. Locals also line the street early in the morning for samosas at this unassuming little restaurant.
Where: Hiralal Kashidas Bhajiawala, 8/10, Vithalbhai Patel Road, CP Tank, Bhuleshwar, Girgaum
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Lashkara by Punjab Sweet House, Bandra West
Bandra West, Mumbai
Right next to 5 Spice in Bandra, Punjab Sweet House, named after it, maintains its standard of serving one of the best samosas in town. It’s a perfect joint for quick snacks after work, with your family on Sundays, or when the cravings for samosas kick in.
Price: 30 INR
Manoj Sandwichwala, Heera Panna
Mumbai’s street food is vibrant and truly experimental. So of course a samosa sandwich awaits us. Just outside the Heera Panna shopping complex, Manoj Sandwichwalla with his little cart comes to sell delicious samosa sandwiches.
Crispy samosas are crumbled, topped with tomatoes, sprinkled with lots of green chutney and a little spice, then served between buns. It usually gets there from 5pm, so give it a try!
Ladu Samrat, Lalbag –
Ladu Samrat is a popular Maharashtrian snack in Dadar. They’ve been serving their sandwiches for a few decades and still do well. Frequented by office goers and locals alike, this is a classic case of old but good.
Of course, this is also a good place for your Punjabi samosa plate. Served with hot sauce and love, this is an obvious place to be on this list. Be careful, after 5 p.m. it gets very busy, so go earlier.
Price: 34 INR for a plate of 2
Kailash Parbhat – #10 – Best samosa in Mumbai
This restaurant has come a long way since its inception, with multiple outlets scattered around the city. However, one thing remains the same: their delicious chole samosa, something we ate with great enthusiasm during our college days.
Where: Kailash Parbat, 7 Crystal Plaza, New Link Road, Andheri Lokhandwala, Andheri West
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