Street Food


Carbs. We all hate to love them but simply cannot live without them! Especially when they are served in the form of aromatic, fresh, and fluffy breads. So, why not make the best of this food group by replacing the

Chennai is known for its plethora of street foods that have their roots in many cuisines from all over the country and from around the world. Food lovers in Chennai know exactly where to go for that perfect kulfi or

Delhi is famous for a lot of things, food – especially the mithai – being one of the most loved. From the ghewars and sandesh to the rasugllas and gulab jamuns, the Capital has it all. Delhi also prides itself with

Apart from Rajnikanth and Carnatic music, Southern India has given us way more things to gush about – their food topping this list. Don’t you just love the crunch of a piping hot paper dosa and the aroma of sambar

Thus April is born and if you are in Chennai, You should be feeling the mercury rise every single day. It’s apparent that the sun has resumed its duty of scorching the earth. To get through the next few months

With the onslaught of the summer waves, the mercury is on a steady rise in the Capital. And it’s not just the 100 degrees that scare us, it’s the fact that there are over 2 more months of peak summer

With its zesty and spiced-up center and crunchy flaky outside, there is no doubt that the kachori is one of the yummiest savories in the sweet shop. The Rajasthani snack comes with a variety of fillings – matar, pyaaz and

A batter fried potato bomb sandwiched between fluffy pan-toasted pavs sums up the brilliance that is a vada pav. The snack hails from the streets of Maharashtra and has made its way to restaurants and kiosks all over India. Here

There are no two ways about the fact that the Capital’s street food – and, in general, food – is a party for every palate. From the zesty street food hubs of Chandni Chowk and Rajouri Garden to the fine

Delhi’s street food is inclusive of a lot of regional favorites and likewise has a lot of regional versions as well. But how do you get a taste of the authentic aloo tikki, paratha, chaat, and bhalla? Simple, you refer

A mildly spicy deep-fried potato patty topped with whipped curd and chutney. Sounds like one edible description, doesn’t it? And it totally is. Edible, I mean. Also known as Aloo Tikki, this afore-described dish is a popular North Indian street

Remember that time you had to shift base from one city to another and the food at the latter just wasn’t good enough? If you’re nodding fervently, chanced are you’re a Delhiite sitting in some other part of the country

Raj Kachori Recipe

As seen before, a kachori is an Indian deep-fried delicacy that is usually filled with roasted pulses, onion, and/or vegetables. On other form of kachori is a thinner, crunchier variant sans the filling. Imagine an enlarged pani puri without the

We’ve already learned at length about the Capital’s signature street foods and it’s legendary eating hubs (and even how they came into being), so it’s time now to dig a little deeper into what really makes Dilli-style food so iconic.

Delhi keeps its Mughlai close and street foods closer. The Capital’s love affair with a number of street foods like steaming hot momos and crispy-fried samosas is known far wide and Uber Eats just put a number on that obsession.

Being a street food aficionado takes more than just a hungry tummy. Because there is a lot out there and not all are worth swatting flies and bearing the heat. And given the buffet of street foods in India –

Over centuries of being a part of various dynasties, empires, and kingdoms, Delhi has finally emerged as a diverse culture hub. The Capital, among many other things, is known for its iconic food and stunning folio of eateries that can

Dal Makhani is to North Indians, what sunlight is to plants – absolutely essential for a healthy existence. It is edible fuel for our makkhan (butter) loving soul. Right from Moti Mahal Deluxe’s creamy dal makhani to ITC Maurya’s iconic dal

Spice up your palate with these delicious puris full of flavour that blast up your taste buds with spice. Follow this easy recipe in Hindi and make a family meal out of this delicious Mumbai street snack. Print Recipe Pani

Bread has played, and continues to play, a crucial role in most of the snacks hawked at the streets of Delhi. Whether it’s in the form of a bun in an aloo tikki burger and with pao bhaji or as