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Must Visit Indian Cities To Relish Divine Food

04 Oct, 23

Savita Bansal

Must Visit Indian Cities To Relish Divine Food

Indian food is finger-licking, sweet tooth, scrumptious, yummy and sapid. India is ranked 5th on the global culinary list. Italy ranked first, Greece second, and Spain third. Indian food is famous all over the world including Europe, Caribbean, East Africa, North America, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. Indian chaat is very popular in Sri Lanka. Indian cuisine is mostly popular for its spices. When these spices get mixed with other food ingredients, they produce relishing savouries which are delectable, palatable, tasting toothsome, flavorful and tangy. Only our Indian cuisine has the capability to taste differentially giving numerous tastes at a time. The major reason behind it is the old age cooking techniques which were primarily based on 'Saatvik' food ingredients. The quality of our spices and natural herbs is extraordinary. Many ingredients pre-owned in Indian food are exceptionally healthy.

There are five basic old fashioned slangs in Indian cooking like, tampering, freezing, roasting, steaming and smoking.

Delhi - The capital of flavors

Delhi is significantly referred to as the food capital of India. The food of Delhi is very delicious and flavorsome. The most popular cuisines served here are chaat, chole bhature, aloo ke kulche and chole, Doughnuts, Momos, Nihari, etc. You can find here all types of food delicacies from all over India, whether you are South Indian, Gujarati, Bengali, Marathi, or North Indian.

Delhi is also popular as the capital of culinary diversity. Chole bhature is Delhi's National Dish. The other popular cuisines of Delhi are Golgappe, pakore, Rajma Chawal, Churchur Naan and Momos. We all have heard about Gulab Jamun, Delhi is the best place that provides soft Gulab Jamun. If you want to visit and have tangy food, here are some restaurants where you can satisfy your hunger.

  • Greenr – This restaurant is located in Greater Kailash, New Delhi. The cuisines are mouthwatering, yummy and sapid. You can get pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, chocolates, souffee, pesto spaghetti, etc.
  • Suruchi – All types of Indian cuisines are available here. You can get Gujarati cuisine, South Indian cuisine, North Indian cuisine, Rajasthani cuisine and street food. The restaurant also provides Mumbai’s favourite and savory cuisine, Pav bhaji and Vada pav. This restaurant is located near Karol Bagh, New Delhi.
  • Aquila – This restaurant is located in Khelgaon Marg, New Delhi. This restaurant layout different savouries from cross-borders including spicy appetizers like, Chinese, Asian, South Indian, North Indian, etc. It supplies wholesome and pleasant food which is receptable by all. Veg roll, paneer tikka, paneer butter masala, dal makhani are available here. Your experience of a fulfilling diet will surely be finger-licking.
  • Evergreen Sweet House – This restaurant supplies the most delectable food like Chole Bhature, Dahi Papdi, Kalakand, Lassi, etc. It is located in Green Park, main block market, New Delhi.
  • Rajdhani – Rajdhani offers Gujarati, North Indian and Rajasthani meals. They dispense roti, rice, cheese soup, salads, jalebi, pudding and Gulab Jamun. All nourishments are very palatable. It is located near Connaught Place, Delhi NCR.

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Mumbai – The city of dreams and street food

Mumbai is the dream city for all, whether in India or abroad. There are some street foods like Vada pav, Bhelpuri, Pav bhaji, Sevpuri, Bombay sandwiches, etc which are landmark dishes of the city. Mumbai is well known as the commercial capital of the country. Here you can get continental and international cuisines. Mumbai and Delhi are the two best cities in India to supply sustenance for the best taste and quality. There are some desserts which are popular in Mumbai, like falooda, Special Malaikulfi, Gulab Jamun with rose panna, dry fruit motichur laddu, etc. Sabudana Khichdi, Poha, Upma, Sheera and Pani Puri are also very appetizing snacks in Maharashtra. Here are some well known street food areas in Mumbai, where you can satisfy your hunger.

  • Zaveri Bazaar Street – This place is well known for its little food stalls, where Dosa, Kachoris, chaats and samosas are available. Some other popular tea-time snacks are Pudla and Khichiya Papad.
  • Dadar – It is located in the central suburb of Dadar in Shivaji Nagar. A variety of street food can be accessed here. Misal Pav is one of the most popular savories among all.
  • Anand stall – Without Vada pav, Mumbai's street food is incomplete. It is cooked in a deep-fried potato dumpling stuffed into a pav with red and green chutney. Anand stall is the main supplier of this delectable cuisine.
  • Girgaum Chowpatty – Bhel Puri and Pani Puri are the main refreshments that are available in this chowpatty. The stall number 11 Badshah’s issue serves best bhel puri and Pani Puri.
  • Haji Ali Juice Centre – It is located near the Majestic Haji Ali Mosque at Worli Seaface. The popular delicious custard with fruits and dry fruits is available here.

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Kolkata – The city of joyful gastronomy


Kolkata – The city of joyful gastronomy


Kolkata is known for owning one of the majorly prominent street food cultures in India. Kolkata's food is a blend of Bengali, British and Mughal regional refreshments. Bengali food is famous for its rich, tangy appetizers, cooked with fresh ingredients. Luchi aloo Dom is very renowned here. Bengali lunch includes Rice Bhaat, fried potato, fried begun bhaja, etc.

Kolkata is the only Indian city that is named in the food website eater’s list of 11 culinary destinations in the world. Bengali's use lentils, beans and grams in most of the dishes they prepare. Lentils have more folic acid than any other food. Lentils are also an important source of iron. All these cuisines are low-calorie, low fat and protein-rich food. Bengali dessert is very appetizing, mouthwatering and yummy. Some of the significant desserts served here are Rosogullas, chomchom and ras malai, etc. Some prominent street food outlets found here are:

  • Tela Bhaja at Kalika Mukhorochok, Telabhaja College Street – All types of mouth watering street food delicacies are available here at a very reasonable price. It opens from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
  • Khachodi at Ganguram’s – It is located on Jawarlal Nehru Road, near Birla Planetarium, Kolkata. Rosugullas, Mishti Doi, Kachori with Aloo Dum Sabji are very palatable and saporous.

Jaipur – The royal flavours of Rajasthan


Jaipur – The royal flavours of Rajasthan


Jaipur is renowned for its finger licking cuisines like Dalbaati Churma, Gatte ki Sabji, Kachodi, and luscious desserts like ghevar, gazak and chauguni ladoo.

Gulab Shakri is a top most dessert made of Mawa and scent, added by saffron, cardamom and rose water. Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar is one of the most prominent places serving it. If imagining what street food would look like. Then do not stop here come and visit Jaipur to explore numming savouries which can give your goblets a never forgetting taste. You can find here nectarous and enjoyable Balu shai, Mishri Mawa, Milk Cake, etc in desserts section. Here are some attractive places where you can get tangy refreshments.

  • Masala Chai at Gulab Ji Chai Wala – This place is prominent for its masala Chai and Bun-Muska. It is located opposite Ganpati Plaza. If you want to sip the masala tea with your close ones, this is a perfect place for you.
  • Street food at Masala Chowk – This place is renowned for its succulent cuisines like Samosa, Jalebi, Chhole Bhature, Mishri Mawa, Masala Chai, Masala Dosa, Uttapam, etc.
  • Pav bhaji at Panditji – It is situated near the Birla Mandir. Pav Bhaji stuffed with butter is very renowned and a signature dish at this place. This place is not less than a paradise for piquant lovers.

Hyderabad - The land of Briyani


Hyderabad - The land of Briyani


Contrary to just being an IT hub, Hyderabad has much more to its credit. The famous capital of India's Telangana state where Telugu and Urdu are widely spoken, has a rich cultural history. It was an important division during the kingship of Mughal Empire in India. Now, what's fascinating here is the food served which has a flavorous blend of Mughlai culinary art. Hyderabad is not only famous for pearls and diamonds but also for affluent taste of hyderabadi cuisine which is a mix of Indian, Arabic, Persian and Turkish origins.

Hyderabadi food majorly focuses on inclusion of meat in all the delicacies prepared because of a high-end impact of Mughal eating habits. Other famous savouries are Salan, Haleem, Kebab, Mutton Dalcha, Hyderabadi Baingan, etc. Sheermal is the famous Mughlai dessert served here.

The famous Biryani primarily found at almost every eatery here is an invention of royal Nizams of the city. It is a mix of rice, spices, herbs, vegetables and a specific type of meat. It is a very popular piquant savory among Hyderabadi Muslims. Hyderabadi Dum Biryani is an Indian version of a Mughal dish. Outlets serving the best Hyderabadi Biryani in the town are:

  • Cafe Bahar, Basheer Bagh

This pocket friendly eatery in Hyderabad has a speciality of its own, the 'Fish Biryani'. It is the signature dish of this place which is served with utmost warmth. Their are other lip smacking delicacies available here like, Hyderabadi Dum Murgh, Salan, Haleem, etc. You can visit here between 10 AM to 12 AM. It is located near Old MLA Quarters, 3-5, 815/A, Avanti Nagar, Hyderabad.

  • Paradise, Begumpet

It is a best dine-in and takeaway restaurant serving luscious Briyani and other hyderabadi cuisine. It is popularly visited by locals and tourists and has a blend of old age cooking skills with contemporary food presentation. It is located at SD Road, Sappu Bagh, Secunderabad, Hyderabad.


India is a blend of exceptional cuisines. India's dietary skills are renowned universally. None can match the taste of Indian food which has special spices and herbs making it term differentially from others. Delhi and Mumbai have been named by Taste Atlas at the top. Delhi's Chole Bhature, Mumbai's Vada Pav, Kolkata's Lucchi Aloo Dum, Jaipur's Dal Baati Churma and Hyderabad's Biryani, altogether have become prominent among die hard food lovers. After exhilarating about Indian food so much, you would surely love to visit some of these cities and relish their yummy savouries. You will never despair to visit these places. What's next! Grab your tickets soon for a long awaited food exploration to these metropolises of India.





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