Vegetarian, Vegan
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Street Chaat

Chaat since we already know how culturally varied india is, let’s begin this journey of experiencing indian street food from the north. The word ‘chaat’ is popularly believed to have its roots from the hindi verb ‘chaatna’ which means ‘to lick’ – and the name is absolutely apt since it is finger licking good. If eaten with the hands, licking will become an involuntary enjoyment!


The aroma of the wet mud and the pitter-patter of raindrops falling on the window sill makes every Indian remember ‘Pakodas’ and ‘Chai’. This is the most divine combination of cold weather and food. ‘Pakodas’ are like vegetable fritters, sometimes served with one or more chutneys and is usually eaten as a tea-time snack.

Roadside Burgers

Vada Pav is a popular spicy fast food dish native to the Indian state of Maharashtra and originated in the city of Mumbai. It consists of a vada (potato fritter) used as a patty between pav (unsweetened buns). It is one of the most famous dishes and found everywhere from railway platforms to restaurants. And since then, there have been abundant variations of these roadside burgers.



YES, you can get an entire meal street side in India. A street meal is usually a spicy vegetable curry or sabji (spiced spices) served vegetables with sautéed any type in of oil bread.


Even though India and China are neighbors they share very few similarities in language and culture. The two countries are separated by the magnificent Himalayas that further expands into a desert in China keeping the majority of the population away from each other.

Idly Vada

Now it’s time to experience the cuisine of the South. This cuisine uses the ingredients that are largely available in coastal regions such as rice, coconut, tamarind, lentils, mustard seeds to name a few. North Indian cuisine and South Indian cuisine are polar opposites quite literally! The staple grain of the North is wheat and hence serves a lot of bread and roti.


Dosa Wraps

Dosas are given a new avatar in Mumbai’s Khau Galli India is the melting point of a multitude of cuisines and this is one of the best examples that represents its diversity.

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Lassi Salt, Rose, Mango, Sweet Originated in the Northern region of Punjab. It is sometimes even served in a pitcher after a multiple course meal. This drink is a favorite summer cooler almost everywhere in India. Lassi is a blend of yogurt, water, spices and sometimes fruit.


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