Indian street food – Traditional indian food joint – dhaba food

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Indian street food – Traditional indian food joint – dhaba food

Indian street food – Kathiyawadi dhaba – street food of india

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It is not for the faint hearted. What I mean to say is that Indian street food needs guts- literally and figuratively! The courageous, however, will be amply rewarded by some utterly new tastes.

India is truly a large and diverse country. There are over 22 states, each with a cuisine that is similar to, yet, noticeably different from its neighbour. In some cases, the same dish has different interpretations in different states. The street food of each state faithfully mirrors this diversity. If the streets of Lucknow offer tantalizing kebabs, the lanes of Delhi present their own interpretation. If the roads of Bombay give you Pani Puri, the by lanes of Kolkata give you their version called 'puchkas’. These days, Street Food in India is not confined to Indian cuisine alone. You can get Chinese, Continental and even Thai food, which have, of course, been suitably „Indianised” to suit the local palate. Usually, every major Indian city has a „Khau Galli” which literally means the „Food Street”; some even have more than three!×360
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