8 Places In Noida For The Street Food Fanatic

Now in Noida!

There has been much debate over whether Noida is a true Delhiite or not. Technically it is, practically it isn’t and that is the reason why the city that comes under both UP and NCR often finds itself in an identity crisis. But apart from the number plates and ruling government, not much is different between Noida and Delhi. These 8 food stops in Noida prove that if nothing else then at least the two are on the same page when it comes to street food!


  1. Brahmaputra Market

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A list revolving around Noida’s street food has to start with this shopping complex. Brahmaputra livens up every evening to serve up excellent street grubs ranging from tikkas and momos to biryani and pav bhaji.malai tikka


  1. The Tea Shop

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The ideal hang out spot for the youngsters in Noida, Tea Shop is loved and worshipped for its excellent brews and blends along with which you can enjoy some momos and sandwiches.tea shop

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  1. Haldiram’s

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Haldiram’s manages to squeeze in whenever it comes to hardcore desi food. Noida too prides itself with a spacious Haldiram’s that lives up to the variety and quality all around the world.feature image haldiram


  1. Bikanervala Bliss

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It’s not just any Bikanervala it’s Bikanervala Bliss. Binge out on classic Old Delhi-style street foods like chhole bhature, chaats with a variety of grubs from around the country.aloo-tikki-chaat2


  1. RollsKing

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Rolls King is known for rolling out probably the best vegetarian and non-vegetarian rolls in Noida. The place is open until midnight making a spot on the favorites list of many.rollsking

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  1. Goli Vada Pav No. 1

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Bite into decadent and fluffy vada pavs at Goli. Pick from their variety of vada pavs on the menu such as masala, maharaj, veg kheema and the likes.goli vada pav

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  1. Bistro 37

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Adjacent to the Tea Shop, Bistro 37 is a newbie on the block. The place is catching up fast on the client base with its delicious burgers, cheesy sandwiches and sumptuous munchies that go beautifully with a glassful of perfection from the Tea Shop.bistro37

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  1. Hungry – I

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Loacted in the near vicinity of Amity Noida, Hungry-I sees a lot of crowd from the school and college. The place doesn’t have a seating arrangement so you can sit back on you car seat and enjoy their yummy offerings that range from burgers to salads.hungry i

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  • May 24, 2017 11:40 am

    Hi Silky, thank you for sharing your view and opinion, we will try our best to incorporate in our upcoming posts.

  • Silky Chaurasia
    May 23, 2017 3:27 pm

    This lis is a total crap..!! The author does not even understand the meaning of ‘Street Food’ and has written a whole article on it. And the worst part is, this link is showing as the first search result on google. Pathetic..!!

  • Dipak
    April 16, 2017 1:10 pm

    Pl don’t confuse street food with high brow restaurants. Pl remember we are in India and not Vienna or Milan. Here street food means roadside vendors. Don’t promote restaurant food in name of street food. Street food is supposed to be cheap and tasty. Most menu items (with a couple of exceptions) in these restaurants like Bistro, Haldiram, Bikanerwala serve food which is neither cheap nor tasty, they charge only for the ambience and waiters’ salaries. You can get far more tasty food at other hangouts.

    For your reference, street food is where a sales executive on his sales drive or a newly employed AC service engineer or an Amazon courier boy will stop for a quick brunch, not where a college guy goes to impress his girlfriend with his dad’s money.

    • April 21, 2017 2:20 pm

      Hi Dipak, your opinion on the matter is appreciated. We will keep it in mind 🙂


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