One bite of a £1.50 vada pav is all you need to wonder why these delicious vegetarian Mumbai street snacks aren't available on every corner in London. A corner is where you’ll find Amols Vada Pav, mind. This little spot is just up from Alperton station and is a popular sit-down rest stop for a cup of chai and a little pick-me-up. Like most fast food shops in London, it’s a little scruffy around the edges and the lighting isn’t exactly Vogue-ready, but the food is carefully made. The buns of the vada pav are just crisp on the outside but soft enough to absorb the chutneys and soft fried potato after one bite. Inhale one and then look towards adding cheese, the pani puri, or maybe a samosa. This is a vast menu that deserves exploring.