Indian food is generally known for its taste and spiciness. Every spice that used in Indian food not only gives the taste but also having nutrients as well as medical properties which makes you very healthy. If you are love to taste different types of food, but you still have not tasted these delicious Indian street food, then it’s time to pack your bags to enjoy food journey.


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Street food culture in India is very famous which has been intact for a long time. Some cities and towns, make India famous for its street food culture. In India, every tourist are wondered about delicious Indian street food culture.


When you go for street food in Kolkata, the first thing that comes to mind is Sondesh, Mishti Doi and Rasgullas. The city of Kolkata known for its delicious taste and also surprisingly cheaper street food.

The city serves you varieties of flavors that are going to tantalize your taste buds. Eating different varieties of street food in Kolkata gives you amazing food experience. You may have different tastes of pani-puri at several places in India, but if you are in Kolkata, eating Gol-Gappas is very important.

Keep some space in your stomach and go to the place Burrabazar which is very famous for serving Kathi rolls and Doi Bora. Another famous street food in the city are Samosas and Jhal-Muri which is a great food companion with a cup of tea in the evening. The city also offers a wide range of sweets.


Street foods in Delhi are immensely popular all over India. It is famous for Greesy Paranthas, crispy Golgappas, Lip-smacking Chaat, syrupy jalebis and kababs.

Delhi is also referred food capital of India.


If you want to eat like a king with royal foods, then it’s time to visit the place and get your delicious foods. You can find different types of foods such as Kebabs, Mutton Rogan Josh, Lucknowi Biryani, Khasta Kachori, Lassi, Rabri, Nihari Kulche, Sheermal, and Lucknowi Paan.

If you are a lover of kebabs, then you can find different varieties of it in the city of Nawabs. Many varieties of kebabs include Seekh Kebabs, Tunday Kebabs, Galouti Kebabs, and Boti Kebabs are some of the most famous Kebabs in the city.

If you are not want to eat kebabs, then Lucknawi Biryani is the best choice for you. There are a different variety of food options available for non-vegetarians. The street food options in Lucknow gives you enough options.


There are a variety of famous foods available in Rajasthan. Daal Bati Churma is one of the famous dishes in Rajasthan. The delicious foods in Rajasthan include Papad ki Sabzi, Gatte ki Sabzi, Gond ke Laddu, Pyazz Kachori, Ghevar, Laapsi, and Kesar Murg.


The city Ahmedabad is famous for its street foods. If you are in Ahmedabad, and you still have not to taste kitli ki chai in the morning, then you miss the amazing movement. Early morning breakfast in the city mostly about the Gujarat traditional food such as Jalebi, Fafda, Dhokla, etc.

When the sun sets down, you can visit Manek Chowk or Khau Gali- these are the two most famous place in the city that are open till late night and it serving Dosas, Sandwiches, Pav-Bhaji, Noodles, traditional pizzas, etc.


The street food in Mumbai is also very famous for its cultural diversity. In Mumbai, Vada Pav is considered to be the national food. Some of the other delicious dishes such as Pav Bhaji, Sev Puri, Bhel Puri, Dosas, Pulao and Faluda gives you wonderful street food experience.

You can find a number of Khau Galis in Mumbai like Khargar Khau Gali, Ghatkopar Khau Gali, and Carter Road Khau Gali. These are the some attract street foodies in Mumbai.


In Indore, Sarrafa Bazar and Chhapan Dukaan are the two famous places that treat you with a best of Indori street food. When you are in Indore, you must have Poha Jalebi. If you are leaving the city without having  Dahi Bade, Khopra Patties, Sabudana Khichdi, and Bhutte Ki Kees would be a sin.


If you are a Biryani lover, then undoubtedly having Hyderabad Biryani is the first thing to do in the city. Hyderabad Biryani is very famous in all over India. It is a very famous food among all locals and tourists. If you are in a Hyderabad, you should not miss out Keema Samosa, Dosa, and Hyderabadi Haleem.


After the Golden Temple and the Wagah Borger, Amritsar is famous for its delicious street food. The city has a lot of street-side wonders who prepared maah ki dal or makke di roti with sarson da saag.

If you are want to have non-veg, they offer butter chicken, chicken tikka, and mutton chaap.

There are numerous dhabas available in the city and it is one of the most famous food in Amritsar. When you are in Amritsar, you can find more varieties of delicious street food.

A glass of lassi, langar ka prashad, jalebi are the other delicious things you should do in your Amritsar trip.


All varieties of snacks and foods available in South India. A plain Dosa that spread on a banana leaf with a coconut chutney is the most common food in South India. You can say, Dosa and Idly with chutney is the soul of South Indian food.

Rasam with chutney and Uthapams with toppings are the most common street food in Chennai. Other famous street food includes Bajji, Sundal, and Pongal served with Sambar.


If you are in Jaipur, where a Rajasthani culture is takes place, not only with its palace, but also with the street food. Before you plan to visit the place, you should dig into Dal kachori or pyaaz kachori.

The places near the Hawa Mahal are the home to some of the greatest street food in Jaipur.


The other mind-blowing street food available in Shillong. Famous foods in Shillong is pork roast, momos, etc.