Street Food in India
India is privileged to have a diverse culture. Whether it is Pyaaz Kachori from Rajasthan, Vada pav from Maharashtra or Kathi rolls from Kolkata to every state’s different way to offer Chhapanbhog. A survey conducted by the ‘Taste of Travel’ among 56,727 respondents over 30 markets revealed that Kolkata is the best destination for a large variety of street food, reported The Times Of India.
As mouth-watering dishes are being sold in every corner of the Bengali city, here is a list of seven street food items that should be on your to-do list if you are travelling to the City of Joy:
Well, Golgappas of Delhi and Panipuri in Bombay have their own taste, West Bengal’s Phuchka is deemed as India’s best version of this dish. The tamarind water and the stuffing made of boiled potato mash, mixed with onions, chillies, Bengal gram and chaat masala makes all the difference. The delicacy is so dear to the bong community that one can find around 20 types of ‘Phuchkas’ in Kolkata