08 Oldest Irani Joints In Mumbai You Must Eat At!

The list of oldest Irani joints in the city according to their year:


01. Kyani & Company

It was established in the year 1904, is the oldest Irani joint in the city. It resides opposite Metro Cinema, Marine Lines.

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  • One can still spot those checkered table cloth’s, wooden chairs and probably many senior citizens. It’s always full! They have separate section for families.
  • Most frequent order being ‘Bun-Maska & Elaichi-Laden Chai‘ which this place is famous for.
  • Another must try is ‘Masoor Dal‘, ‘Sweet Lassi‘ and ‘Chicken Biryani‘.
  • Did you forget the famous ‘Shrew Berry Biscuits’? Parcel it!
  • Cost for two is just Rs. 300/-


02. Sassanian Boulangerie

It was established in the year 1913 by K.R.Sassanian who was a high class baker and caterer during the time. This place resides at 98, Marine View, Dhobi Talao, Marine Lines. 

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  • The famous of all being ‘Mutton Cutlets‘, ‘Khari Biscuits‘ &’Plum Cakes‘, which will leave you asking for more.
  • Cost for two is just Rs. 300/-


03. B. Merwan & Company

Boman Merwan and Company was established in the year 1913. It resides at Ali Bhai Remji Road, Opposite Grant Road East Station. 

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  • Opens up at literally 05:30 am and most of the cakes get over by 11:00 am.
  • The famous being the ‘Mawa Cakes‘, ‘Mawa Samosas‘ & ‘Walnut Cakes‘.
  • Cost for two is just Rs. 200/-


04. Britannia & Company

It was established in the year 1923. It resides at 11 Sprott Road, Ballard Estate, Opposite New Customs House, Fort.

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  • Starts at 12:00 pm and only upto 04:00 pm! So better make it quick!
  • Known especially for its ‘Berry Pulao‘ in which the sweet & sour berries are exported all the way from Iran.
  • Beware that you don’t have a fight with the management!
  • Cost for two is Rs. 500/-


05. Koolar & Company

It was established in the year 1932 and resides at 541, Noor Mahal, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Road, Kings Circle, Matunga.

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  • A great place for tea time snacks.
  • Very hungry? You should try ‘The Wrestler Omelette‘ & ‘Black Tea
  • Cost for two is just Rs. 200/-


06. Cafe Military

Established in the year 1952. Cafe Millitary resides at Ali Chamber, Tamarind Lane, Fort. 

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  • This cafe will highlight typical Irani decor that is walls covered by mirrors.
  • Must try are ‘Kheema‘, ‘Akuri‘ and ‘Caramel Custard‘.
  • Cost for two is Rs. 200/-


07. Yazdani Bakery

This bakery was established in the year 1955 and it resides at Fountain Akbar Ally, Saint Thomas Cathedral, Cawasji Patel Street, Fort.

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  • The owner of this bakery is Rashid Zend.
  • Do come here to parcel ‘Multigrain Bread‘.
  • Their famous being ‘Apple Pie‘, ‘Ginger & Oatmeal Raisin Cookies‘ and ‘Twisted Khari‘.
  • Th cost for two is Rs. 150/-


08. Ideal Corner

Ideal Corner was established in 1985 and it resides at 12 F/G, Hornby View, Gunbow Street, Fort.

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  • It remains close only on Mondays. And remains open on rest of the days from 09:00 am till 04:30 pm.
  • The menu changes every day. But the snacks remain constant!
  • The famous being ‘Chicken Brabourne‘ that they cook in Beer. Be sure to try!
  • Cost for two is Rs. 300/-


If you are a Mumbaikar, surely you must know atleast three of them!

The Famous Maggi Joints In Your City!

Lets start from the south!

01. Alwarpet, Chennai:

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The Royal Sandwich Stall in Chennai is a popular joint that serves a must have ‘Cheese Maggi Sandwich‘. It’s famous among the college crowd. And expensive, comparatively to other joints around.

02. Kumarswamy Layout, Bangalore:

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Tree Shade is the place you would be heading out to and your order would be ‘Chicken Maggi‘. This place is also renowned among Dayanand Sagar College students.

03. Malad, Mumbai:

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One may get delicious Omelette Maggi at Qutuz Irani Cafe in Malad. Especially for night lovers. You probably can’t miss if you stay in Malad.

04. Powai, Mumbai:

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Don’t tell me you don’t know Hungry Head’s? That is besides Powai Plaza. These people will make your Maggi in whichever style you would like.

05. Law College Road, Pune:

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You get double Cheese Maggi and Double Masala Cheese Maggi at Good Food’s. Most popularly known as ‘Maggi Joint‘ along Law College road.

06. Manik Bagh Road, Indore:

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FOI’s whole menu consists of different types of Maggi and there are also pizza’s that contain Maggi. Woah! Must try for sure! Sounds challenging!

07. GTB Nagar, New Delhi:

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The popular Tom Uncle’s Maggi Joint which is mostly visited by Khalsa College and Delhi University students.

08. Vasant Kunj, New Delhi:

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The Terminus Cafe in Ambience Mall, New Delhi serves a ‘Dal Makhani Maggi‘ for 250 bucks! Which has to be the costliest above all!

09. Moti Bagh, New Delhi:

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The Kev’s serves a Punjabi Tadka Maggi‘ and one of the famous milkshake that is a must try is ‘Butterscotch‘.


10. Mussoorie Road:

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Just a chilly drive through Dehradun-Mussoorie and its narrow roads lead you to Shiv Mandir, and after that you may halt and see many Maggi joints. Out of which the most famous one being ‘Soupy Maggi‘.