Mumbai has people with different working in different economy levels. Thousands of working families live on the diets prepared at street vendors. The most encouraging thing is these vendors even level with the taste of the expensive restaurants up to some extent.
So, Mumbai's fast food vendors are no more restricted to bhel and pani
puri; roadside snacks now sell dosas, pizzas, hamburgers, pulao, biryani
and many more. Mumbai's unbeatable chaats include vada pav, sandwich, a
light snack made of bread, zpudina chutney and fresh vegetables, pani
puri, a light snack made up of puffed puris, sprouts and other spices,
dahi batata puri, a good substitute for breakfast or mini meals during
summer days, pav bhaji, mixture of different varieties of vegetables
cooked in different style, missal, a spicy mixture of pulses, potatoes
and other spices, bhel puri, a very famous Chowpatty chaat popular all
over India, sev batata puri, a light snack made of flat puris garnished
with mashed potatoes, chutneys and other condiments. If anybody misses
Ragada patties at Mumbai Chowpatty, then he has missed everything.