A city is incomplete without its street food. Nobody will beat the quantity of street food on the market in our country. With the combination of cultures and religions, our country comes with a stunning mixture of totally different street food at each nook and corner of India. Be it gol gappas or chana chor garam, we must always take into account ourselves extraordinarily lucky to own such a large type of choices to decide on from.
Kulcha in Amritsar
The Amritsari kulcha is one of the most appetizing things you will get once you are in Amritsar. The best part about it is that whenever you have an authentic experience of having one, you will always be served with a dallop of butter on it, which just makes it a whole lot yummier. One of the best kulchas you can get is at ‘All India Famous’ beside Golden Temple and Wagah Border.
Pyaaz ki kachori in Jaipur
Not only Jaipur, but the whole of Rajasthan is famous for its kachoris. These are so delicious that you would want to keep having them one after the other. One of the prominent places to get your hands on these delicious pyaaz ki kachoris is at ‘Rawat Mishthan Bhandar’ in Jaipur.
Khaman in Ahmedabad
Often confused with dhokla, khaman is a lot softer, juicier and Tangier. If you are in Gujju land, you definitely need to try them out. One of the most famous khaman chains of Gujarat is at ‘Das Kaka’s’ khaman outlets across Ahmedabad.
Vada Pav in Mumbai
Mumbai’s vada pav is extremely renowned. Not a single person goes back without tasting the popular Mumbai dish. One of the best vada pavs found here is of ‘Ashoka vada pav’.
Poha in Indore
Indore is famous for its poha. Sunday breakfast is reserved for poha and jalebi in almost every Indori household. The best poha is available at ’56 dukkan’ every day in the morning.
Galouti kebab in Lucknow
Lucknow is known for its Nawabi influence and much more of the Awadhi food. One of the famous street food of Lucknow is the galouti kebab. The well-known kebabs can be found at ‘Tunday Kababi’, Chowk, Lucknow.
Kesari bath in Bangalore
Although, with a lot of cultures living together in Bangalore, we see many delicious delicacies of the different states. Keeping it local, the kesari bath is one of the lip-smacking dishes from Karnataka. One of the oldest and trusted ‘Brahmins’ coffee bar’ serves one of the best Kesari baths which you would not want to miss out.
Chole Bhature in Delhi
If one visits Delhi, they are sure of not returning back without having famous chole bhature. One of the famous joints can be‘Chache Di Hatti’ at the Delhi University north campus.