Mumbai munching: Here's where you can go to satisfy your sweet tooth

"Mumbai Meri Jaan" is one term you must be familiar with! But Mumbai munching? What's that?

It means travelling around the city eating some scrumptious, delicious, 'insta-worthy' desserts and sharing those with you all! From Bandra to Ghatkopar, from chocolate to salted caramel – here are the top eight places to satisfy your sweet tooth!

Indians in Singapore who have never been to Mumbai. Keep this list as a ready reckoner when you travel. Mumbaiwalas this will come in handy for you too. 

1. Mumbai 77

Oreo crunchy shake. Photo: Connected to India
Oreo crunchy shake. Photo: Connected to India

This shake was everything and more after a super hot and tiring day at Ghatkopar. Think crunchy Oreo shake topped with unsweetened whip cream and brownies, and complemented with chocolate sticks. What a delight indeed!

Where: Mumbai 77, Ghatkopar
Priced at SGD 4.6 (Rs 247) 

2. Sweetish House Mafia

Nutella with sea salt cookie. Photo: Connected to India
Nutella with sea salt cookie. Photo: Connected to India

While going through their menu, something caught my eye - NUTELLA WITH SEA SALT?! Best devoured when warm, their signature cookie definitely stands out from the rest and is pure heavenly indulgence!

Where: Sweetish House Mafia, Lower Parel
Priced at SGD 2.2 (Rs120/-)

3. Bombay Brasserie

Bombay ice cream sandwich. Photo: Connected to India
Bombay ice cream sandwich. Photo: Connected to India

Located conveniently at Worli, the cosy interior fitted with swings were a complete fit with the Bombay ice cream sandwich. The Jim-Jam took me down memory lane to when I was a kid separated the two biscuits, ate the outer part of the biscuit first, only to eat the jam in the end.It also looked very well with the rest of the plating.

Where: Bombay Brasserie, Worli
Priced at SGD 4.7 (Rs250/-)

4. Chocolate Grill Sandwich

Chocolate grill sandwich. Photo: Connected to India
Chocolate grill sandwich. Photo: Connected to India

This place is famous with the college kids, and therefore I was looking forward to trying out their menu! I was swimming in a pool of Hershey's syrup when I suddenly bit into the crunchiness of delicious chocolate chips! This ladies and gentlemen is pure chocolate heaven.

Where: Pure Milk Center, Ghatkopar
Priced at SGD 1.7 (Rs95/-)

5. Fulfills

Black forest rainbow kiddie. Photo: Connected to India
Black forest rainbow kiddie. Photo: Connected to India

To satisfy my craving for black forest, I tried the rich and creamy black forest rainbow kiddie. The shredded almond with melting bittersweet chocolate sauce gave a great balance to the desert!

Where: Fulfills, Khau Galli, Ghatkopar
Priced SGD 2.8 (Rs150/-)

6. Tea Villa Cafe

Nutella Jar Shake. Photo: Connected to India
Nutella Jar Shake. Photo: Connected to India

The Nutella jar shake came to me like a wrecking ball! Freak shakes are the ultimate because, in addition to being really filling, they are also insta-worthy! Their mouthwatering shake tasted like Ferrero Rocher, where the crunchiness of the nuts and the wafers from the KitKat blended just great with each other.

Where: Tea Villa Cafe, Bandra West
Priced at SGD 7 (Rs375/-)

7. Pishu

Interior at Pishu. Photo courtesy: Pishu FB
Interior at Pishu. Photo courtesy: Pishu FB

Dive into sinful, thick and creamy chocolate! After almost emptying my bank balance from Lokhandwala, a friend recommended me to Pishu. Despite a small portion, the shake was very filling and gave me all the energy to shop more!

Where: Pishu, Lokhandwala, Andheri
Priced at SGD 3 (Rs160/-)

8. Cakes and Chemistry

Mango Shake. Photo: Connected to India
Mango Shake. Photo: Connected to India

To break the monotony, I decided to try something fruity! Mango can be everyone's favourite, but the icing to the cake was the cream, which really enhanced the flavours of the shake.

Where: Cakes and Chemistry
Priced at SGD 4.7 (Rs 250/-)

Author
Ketki Acharya
Ketki Acharya – Contributor

Completing her undergraduate degree in Singapore, Ketki has been a part of various events like Unleash. Her taste buds are always craving different cuisines and she also loves to interact with different people from various cultures. She occasionally writes poetry, but also enjoys telling stories to the world.

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