The best feeling in the world is seeing the second pani puri already ready as you’re getting done with the first. You’ll agree.

Whether it's spicy samosas that come alive in boiling oil or battered vadas that are awaiting their turn, Mumbai and its street food are an unparalleled experience.

But with the number of street food places the city boasts of, it can be confusing to choose.

Jagruti Punjabi, a food blogger, swoops in to the rescue.

1. Suraj Lama momos for momos The momo stall in Andheri, run by Suraj Lama, sees crowds queuing up just to get a taste of the deliciously prepared dumplings with their all-too-famous sauce. Where: 7 Bungalows, Andheri West Cost: Rs 70/plate

2. Ladu Samrat for batata vada The place serves such crispy vadas that even London food writer Nigella Lawson, who tried them on her trip to Mumbai, described them as the “best thing I have eaten in 2017”. Where: Shop No 1 Habib Terrace Lalbaug, Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Rd, Ganesh Gully, Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400012. Cost: Rs 15/ vada

3. Prabhat Poultry for chicken kheema pattice The “succulent” pattice is one of the many offerings at the store. Others include cold cuts and ready-to-eat snacks. Where: 14, Sushil, Near Mayor Bungalow, Veer Sawarkar Marg, Shivaji Park, Dadar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400028. Cost: Rs 80/2 pieces

4. Jamnalal Bajaj Marg for Bombay sandwich A mix of boiled potatoes, tomatoes, cucumber, beets, and onion huddled between two buttered slices of bread and sprinkled with a blend of spices makes up the Bombay sandwich. Where: Jamnalal Bajaj Marg, Nariman Point, Mumbai – 400021, Near Maker Chamber Cost: Rs 40/sandwich

5. Vile Parle for vada pav In 1970, a shop owner selling batata vada outside the famous Dadar station Platform 1 decided to put the battered ball of potato into a pav along with a green chilli and red chutney. Thus was born the snack. Jagruti recommends trying the vada pav at Vile Parle’s Mithibai College. Where: Anand Stall, Opposite Mithibai College, Gulmohar Road 1, Vile Parle West, Mumbai Cost: Rs 20/vada pav

6. Gupta Chaat for sev puri So loved is chaat by all that even the New York Times wrote a feature on Mumbaikars in NY who are constantly looking for places serving the chaat. Where: Shop 3 & 4, Near Station, Matunga East, Mumbai Cost: Rs 40/plate