Street Food

As the summer days are winding down and the cool monsoon breezes are hitting us in the evenings, we are thinking fondly of out favourite Rose Milk. The afternoons are still quite hot and one can still find the ever

We all know that Empire is an absolute lifesaver at 1 am for those desperate post drink munchies. However, it turns out that they’re saving the day once again. We were all gutted when stalls at Mosque Road were outlawed,

They are the worst kind of street food, tbh. Momos have of late garnered quite a lot of negative spotlight, but that hasn’t stopped Delhi from hogging on this loved street food, has it? Because that’s just how awesome these

To follow up two super successful momo extravaganzas in the Capital, GoBuzzinga is back with the third chapter of its delightful momo fiesta in Delhi! And if you thought that the first and second editions were big, wait till you

If you’re an alumnus of Joseph’s, and you have good taste, you’ll definitely know this momo joint. I know, this technically isn’t street food since they have a restaurant upstairs, but it started out as a small street food joint,

Named after celebrated freedom fighter Lala Lajpat Rai, Lajpat Nagar is divided into various parts that accommodate residents, shops and shoppers. One of the more populous demarcated sections of this area, ‘Central Market’ is considered the location to shop, eat

As we were asking around for suggestions for the places to experience an Iftar  “Street Style” the Name Periamedu or Periamet kept popping up. A well-known area that has a slew of leather stores,  Vepery High Road, near the majestic Periamedu

Amid the entire momo ban hullabaloo, the one city that completely lost its cool was Delhi. Because let’s face it, ain’t no city in India that likes the steamed dumplings quite as much as the Delhi folk do. The ensuing

When a place has no name, no signboard, and not even a door! You know it must be special when people line up there every day in large numbers. Simply knownas Jannal Bajji Kadai, this is literally a Hole in

Although sandwiches haven’t gained as much popularity in India as the burger or pizza, it’s pretty much a staple in a student’s diet. However, finding a sandwich that suits the Indian palate and is easy on the pocket is easier

It may come as a shock to many, but not everyone likes momos (blasphemous, I know). I literally survived on momos during my 3 years in uni and I’m sure many of you did as well. Although it’s a given

A friend and I were plodding around the streets of Lajpat Nagar one of these evenings (evening because I would rather not scald my skin off in the Delhi afternoon) when a friend returned with a loaded plate of chana

Chaat, the word itself means to taste or to savour and Indians love doing exactly that. No matter where you go in India, Chaat has its presence. It somehow embodies all the flavours that Indians loves. Sweet, spicy, tangy, crunchy,

Masala Dosa is a staple in every good Bangaloreans diet. We absolutely cannot live without it and will travel to lengths to get it. I recall a trip to Chennai where I ate my dad’s head off about how awful the

Having stayed in Delhi for almost two decades, we’ve had the luxury of being exposed to a wide variety of international cuisines and street foods from all over the country. Right from authentic Korean grubs at Gung – The Palace

Could it BE any hotter? Actually, yes it could. Thanks to a cloud burst in Shimla, the Capital is enjoying a rather pleasant May. But will that stop us from our ‘beat the heat’ rituals? No. We shall still guzzle

We all love Ramzan, Muslims and non-Muslims alike (mostly we like the food but still) and Frazer Town is the epicentre of all that delicious action. This Sunday take part of the first edition of the Ramzan Iftar walk organised

Bihar has been quite a frequent visitor under the limelight. After garnering bulks of praises for the BYF’s Roti Bank venture in Patna, the state is now making news on an International level. The superstar this time is Bihar’s traditional food,

Street food makes for an intrinsic part of the Capital’s foodscape. From spots that go years back to popular new nooks, the city is speckled with a throng of street food vendors, populous gallis, shops, and even sit-down restaurants that

A team from the Food Safety department were on a mission this Friday when they set out to Marina Beach. Based on complaints,around 300 hundred food stalls in the 3 km stretch between Anna Square and Lighthouse were raided and