Perfect for kid’s tiffin or your office lunch – Bombay Grilled Sandwich is a super easy recipe that you can effortlessly make at home! Loaded with veggies and spicy schezwan sauce, see below how you can whip up this tasty sandwich in 5 minutes. 

Bombay Grilled Sandwich

For a healthy, hearty, and tummy-filling meal, try this ultimate Bombay Grilled Sandwich.

Made using bread, butter, veggies, chutneys, and cheese, along with plenty of chaat masala, this grilled sandwich is super delicious and easy to make! 

What is a Bombay Grilled Sandwich?

Bombay Grilled Sandwich is an Indian Sandwich that is very popular in the streets of Mumbai is a veggie-loaded, three-layer sandwich.

If you love sandwiches, you need to try this version of the Bombay sandwich recipe.  

It is loaded with cabbage, capsicum slaw, and plenty of chaat masala for the tang. Plus, we have added schezwan chutney for the much-needed kick of spiciness.

Be it breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this filling sandwich is the jack of all trades and can be enjoyed any time of the day. 

This is an exceptionally easy sandwich and the best way to sneak veggies into your kids’ diet. Plus, you can make this sandwich from scratch to finish in a mere 10 minutes.

Although this recipe sounds very basic, the combination of all veggies, cheese, chutneys, butter, and chaat masala is irresistible. 

So, let’s see how you can make this sandwich easily at home!

Bombay Grilled Sandwich : Ingredients 
Bombay Grilled Sandwich: Ingredients 

Quick Stats 

Prep time: 10 minutes 

Cooking time: 5 minutes 

Servings: 1 sandwich 


  • One tomato, roundly cut
  • Half cabbage, sliced 
  • One capsicum, sliced 
  • One cucumber, roundly cut 
  • Three pieces of bread
  • Butter 
  • Green Chutney 
  • Schezwan sauce 
  • Mayonnaise
  • Salt, as per taste 
  • Black pepper, as per taste 
  • Chaat masala 
  • Cheese, grated 

Method to Prepare 

  • Take a bowl and add cabbage and capsicum to it. 
    • Then, add mayonnaise and mix well. 
    • Your slaw is ready. 
  • Now, spread butter on the bread. 
    • Then, spread green chutney over it. 
    • Put cucumber and tomato slices over it. 
    • Sprinkle chaat masala over it. 
    • Then, add grated cheese and again sprinkle chaat masala. 
  • Now, take the second bread and spread butter and schezwan chutney on both sides.  
    • Place it over cheese. 
    • Add the prepared slaw. 
    • Take another piece of bread and spread butter and green chutney on one side, and put it on the slaw to close your sandwich. 
    • Spread butter on the last bread. 
  • Toast it until golden brown. 
  • Serve with chips, and enjoy! 

Serving Suggestions 

  • Pair it with a beverage of your choice and serve it with homemade banana wafers to enjoy. 
  • You can also pair it up with Samosa Sandwich for a tummy-filling weekday dinner.