Best Places for Pav Bhaji in Dubai

Pav Bhaji is a popular street food dish from Mumbai that has gained a loyal following in Dubai. The dish consists of a spiced vegetable curry (bhaji) served with a buttered and toasted bread roll (pav). It is a delicious and filling snack that is perfect for any time of the day. Finding the best place to indulge in this mouth-watering delicacy can be a daunting task, but worry not, as we have put together a list of the best places for Pav Bhaji in Dubai. Whether you are a resident or a visitor, these eateries offer some of the most delicious and authentic Pav Bhaji in the city. From street-side stalls to high-end restaurants, these places cater to every budget and taste. So, if you are a Pav Bhaji enthusiast, read on to discover the top places to satisfy your cravings in Dubai.

Chaat Bazaar - Karama

Reviews 1517

Users Review

Typical Indian street food restaurant, you get your seev puri, paani puri, chole bhatura, wada paav and kulfi etc. Attaching some pictures of the menu for you guys to refer.
Sanjay Thapar

Vaibhav Vegetarian Restaurant

Reviews 2244

Users Review

Visited this restaurant today on 8th Jan 2022. Recently saw a video from a famous YouTuber and thought of visiting the place. Ordered Pav Bhaji and thought of ordering Masala Dosa first. Price is affordable and not costly. Pav bhaji - Pav (Bun) was fresh and Buttery which was good, however the bhaji was not at all tasty which makes me give 1/5 for Pav bhaji. Don't know how to explain the bhaji, felt like eating bhaji which was full of only butter nothing else. Being a food lover i am very much disappointed.
Aju Ashokan

Mumbai Express Restaurant and Cafe

Reviews 1539

Users Review

Total let down, don't know what the fuss is all about. Had ordered with great expectation. With Pav bhaji being their best seller, the bhaji was extremely buttery. Excess of butter diluted the taste of the bhaaji even more and makes it bland.
Pooja Chopra

Chaat Bistro Al Karama, Best Chaat and Indian Street Food in Dubai

Reviews 20

Users Review

The packaging of the product is ok. They definitely need to work on the taste. Poha lacked flavours. Basic salt level was also very less. Batata Vada felt like it was not fresh. It was double fried. I'm a mumbaikar and this is not the Vada I was looking for. It's was let down. Over all didn't had a good experience.
Mohammed Rahil Aga

Bombay Times (Pure Veg Restaurant)

Reviews 890

Users Review

Bombay Times, well known for their Indian Street food is located in one of the busy lanes of Meena Bazaar. Its a cozy, simple Indian street food joint, just the way you want when you are looking for comfort food.

Bol Gappa Restaurant

Reviews 422

Users Review

The place is themed around Bollywood and it’s really good. It’s an Indian restaurant and the food is really good.. but we went on a weekday and there were few items which weren’t available and it was disappointing. 🥲

Mr. Chaat

Reviews 1085

Users Review

Perfect location. It’s right outside Burjuman Metro Exit 2. I lived in Burjuman for 3 years. Being a Chaat lover, I wonder why I did not bother to pay them a visit before. Now that I don’t live in Burjuman, that’s when I got the chance to go there. 😄
April Lopez


Reviews 79

Users Review

Came across this place and then decided to give it a try with takeout. The menu offers several variations of Vada Pav right from our authentic Indian to fusion such as Mexica, Zaatar, Schezwan, Chocolate, Paneer and others. Ordered Jai Maharashtra Vada Pav, Achari Vada Pav, Mexican Salsa Vada Pav, Baby Vada Pav, Kutchi Dabeli. Vadas are made fresh upon order and like the ratio of it compared to the Bun.