Popular street foods of India everyone must try!
As historians and psychologists say, food says a lot regarding the place it belongs to. So, if you actually need to understand
From Vada Paav to Masala Chai, the street food of this town includes a special charm. To explore more, you wish to visit the so-called ‘Mayanagri’. the best spots to explore are Juhu Chowpatty Beach or the Nariman point while
The City of Joyfullness is known for affordable street food. Rolls, Jhalmuri, Chai, Telebhaja, Chop, Ghughni Chaat and Singhara are some of its well-liked street foods that you simply must not miss when in Kolkata. the best places to visit are Park Street or New Market.
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It will not be wrong to call Indore the food capital of Central India. From Kachoris to Tikkis, and Poha to Bhutte Ka Kees, the colorful street market displays everything delicious that appears like an extravagant celebration, where food is the king.
Forget the Litti Chokha, if you’re thinking that Patna is popular just for these. The capital of Bihar is the hot spot of a number of the finest street foods that include-Anarsa, Poori Subzee, Jalebi, Imarti, Jhalmoodhi (yes, the Bihari Jhalmoodhi), Samosa, Cutlet, Rolls, Chola and
This town has the perfect mix of Mughlai, Turkish and Andhra cookery best served on the streets. From Irani tea to Hyderabadi Biryani, you’ll strive anything to have a wholesome experience. do not miss the Biryani, Haleem, Phirni, Lukhmi, Nihari, Double Ka Meetha and Keema samosa when here.
The capital town of India deserves the top spot when it comes to street food. From countless offerings in Purani Dilli (Parathe wali Gali) to Dhabas, town has a tasteful mix of present flavours. apart from visiting the monuments, you must not miss out the colorful platter of Dahi Bhalle, Golgappe, Papdi Chaat and Daulat ki Chaat town offers. The Chhole Kulche and the Chhole served with spongy, soft bhatures are mouthwatering and unforgettable here. Also, do give the Kachori and Aloo ki subzi a try here, that is the morning breakfast of many people.
If you’re thinking that, that the way dosa and idli are served in other parts of the country, it’s served same in South India too, you’re highly mistaken. To experience the street style dosa and filter coffee you must visit Madras that’s also best-known for coiled and crispy murukkus, savory Mohinga and Kothu Parotta.
Though the North-Eastern cuisine is present across the country, but if you’re excited to taste the authentic North-Eastern street foods (from Momos to pork roast), you wish to travel the Police Bazaar of Shillong that serves it all, along with a classy street fashion market.
You know Lucknow is for carnivores, Ahmedabad is for herbivores. Yes, you heard it right!
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