There is so much variety of to try in this world and the worst thing is the entire is not enough to cover all. But that doesn’t mean we Indian won’t try, does it?!
I am not sure about you guys but I am a foodie so I would anyhow prefer to hunt new varieties around the world. But right now I just sharing a list of Indian cities that have such a yummy food you can’t stop your watery mouth.
The best part is that it won’t cost you a bomb, and with proper research and preparation, you can make possible out of your trip.
“I N D O R E”
Not because I am from Indore but because this is the place which makes you realize that “Eating” can also be a passion of your life! Indore has already made its mark with its very famous Tasty Poha, Mithi Jalebi, and Spicy Namkeen but this city has much more than that!
Indore has its personalize food dedicated market called SARAFA BAZAAR and CHAPPAN DUKAN The specialty of Sarafa Bazar is, the crowd start to increase when the gold shops are shut at night where you will find amazing street food varieties while on the other hand, CHAPPAN DUKAN has 56 shops that sell different varieties of street food
“H Y D E R A B A D “
The best time to visit Hyderabad is Ramadan. The crowd and food during Ramadan are what you should witness. The variety of biryani and street food here will make you lick your fingers.
These are the cities to visit for foodies, I am on way to satisfy my taste buds. Till then you share your experiences and views below.
“L U C K N O W”
“Nawabon Ki Nagari”
If you are a carnivore kinda person, the city of Nawabs is Jannat for you in true sense! Don’t be disheartened if you are a vegetarian because there you can have one of the best chaats, and endless sweet options! Don’t forget to wrap up your meal with a Lucknowi Paan.
And yes, don’t blame me if your clothes don’t fit after this trip!
“K O L K A T A”
If fish is the only thing that comes to your mind, trust me you need to give this city a second chance! Because apart from fish dishes you will find the best Biryani recipes that you haven’t tasted anywhere else! And do you know Puchka? That’s what our favorite Pani Puri is called in Kolkata! The taste of Mishti Doi, Sandesh and Baked Roshogulla will remain with you long after your trip!
“J A I P U R”
“The Royal City”
Majorly cooked in Desi ghee and lots of khoya and dry fruits, the food and hospitality will make you feel like a Maharaja! In fact, an unlimited Rajasthani Thali (the specialty)would be wise decision to order if you have less time and want to cover everything!
So foodie, what is your next hunting location? Check out “Presenting Food Trends of 2017“.