8 Popular Street Food in India that you Must Try
India is a place with diversity in its culture, traditions, heritage, architectural style and cuisines. From North India to South India, you will see that both the parts are entirely different. And when we talk about food, then you will be delighted to have scrumptious multi-cuisines at every place.
Let’s find out the famous street foods of India that you must try to relish your taste buds while traveling in India. Scroll below to know more about those places-
Kolkata has been bestowed with the Title of India’s Best Street Food Hub after beating the other foodie destinations like Mumbai and Delhi. While being in Kolkata, you must not miss Jhalmuri, Ghughni Chaat, Jhalmuri, Rolls, Batata Ouri, Veh Chow and Puchka. You can eat these dishes at James Hickey Sarani, formerly known as Deckers Lane.
The street food of Mumbai has its own taste. At Juhu Chowpatty Beach, you must try out Pav Bhaji, Pani Puri, Vada Pav, Bun Maska and Chhole Bhature. You can also explore Nariman Point where the street food can be enjoying while witnessing the sunset. While enjoying Golden Triangle tour With Mumbai, you can savor these food items.
Indore can be called as food hub of Madhya Pradesh. From Poha- Jalebi to Bhutte ka kees and from Saboo dana khichdi to garadu; all these foods are so delicious. Poha is a daily breakfast for thousands of people. In Indore, don’t miss the midnight food at Sarafa which starts at 12am and runs till 4am.
You must be knowing that Litti Chokha is a popular Bihari dish. Apart from this, Patna is also known for Samosa Chaat, Gup Chup, Jhalmoodhi, Imarti, Jalebi, Anarsa, Puri-Sabji, Khaja, Ghugni, Lavang Latika, Balushahi and so on.
Jaipur is the pink city of India where along with the sightseeing of historical monuments; there is so much to do for foodies. The authentic Dal-Bati-Churma is a must try dish for everyone. The Ghevar from Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar, Rabdi from Mahaveer, Kadi-kachori, Gulabji’s Chai, Lassi from Lassiwala, Pav Bhaji from Pandit Pav Bhaji, Pyaz kachori at Rawat Mishthan Bhandar and Kulfi Faluda, are toothsome and mouth-watering. You can also visit Masala Chowk where 22 most popular eateries of Jaipur are gathered at one place for travelers, so that people can have authentic taste of different places at same time.
Ahmedabad is for Veg food like Khakhras, Theplas, Fafda, Dhokla, Dabeli, Basundi and Papdi. Not every food in Ahmedabad is sweet. You can get these delectable dishes in the Municipal Market at CG Road.
Have you ever heard Amritsari Chhole Kulchhe? Yes, it is very popular in all over India. The delicious Chhole Kulchhe and Lassi are must try when you are on Golden triangle with Amritsar Tour. If you are planning your trip during winters then you can have Makka di Roti with Sarso da saag.
Delhi is the most popular place in terms of street food especially Old Delhi where you can enjoy the Rikshaw Ride over the narrow lanes and then treat yourself with spicy chaat like Dahi Balla, Bhelpuri, Dahi bade and Papdi Chaat. Don’t miss the stuffed paranthe at Paranthe wali Gali of Chandni Chowk. There you will find paranthe with numerous types of stuffing. Chhole Kulche and Chhole Bhature are also popular. In the breakfast, you can have kachori with alooki sabji. Mostly people try these dishes when they explore Delhi Sightseeing Tour.
So, whenever you plan your trip to India, try out these toothsome dishes in different parts of the country and you would like to have it again and again.