Yes you! I know how much you love to munch on delicious (not-so-healthy) food. Do you want to taste the best street food in India under INR 100? Read more.
Aren’t you one of those whose favorite line is “Bhaiya please thai spicy kam rakhna and sukha papdi dena mat bhulna” when you go for golgapas? Yes, if you are one of those people then this article is your savior. Have you ever wondered what all you can have with just INR 100 in your pocket? Well, you can really explore a lot of places! So don’t limit yourself to jalebi, kachori or golgappa when the best cities have so much to offer you. Let’s taste the best street food in India under INR 100.
Mumbai’s Keema Pav
Not just the usual vada pav but the pav filled with minced meat. While there are several popular local foods in Mumbai, this delicious combination is a must-have.
Where to try it: Olympia Coffee House, Colaba.
Not fond of messy and wet golgappas? To attempt churmur-a variation of golgappa with all ingredients crushed. Now it sounds perfect, right? Don’t forget to add some Kolkata special chutney for some extra flavour.
Where to try it: Kali Bari, Southern Avenue.
India loves momos. Ask anyone about their favorite street food and you’ll know the answer. And where would you find the best momos? Yes Guwahati. Though there are several restaurants in Guwahati but Momo Ghar definitely wins the race.
Where to try it: Momo Ghar, Ambari.
Patna’s Litti Only
If you are taking a trip to Patna, you don’t have to go far to find one only litti store. But the best on the shore are made in the villages on fuel made from cow dung. Served with a bowl of pure melted ghee, try it without the fear of gaining weight. It’s worth it!
Where to try it: Parking on platform 1 of Patna Junction or Maurya Lok.
New Delhi’s Tikki
Delhi embroidered are world famous. And if you ask me where to try it, Bittoo Tikki Wala is the only name that comes to mind. This place serves the best embroidered that are crunchy enough to beat your winter blues.
Where you can try it: Bittoo Tikki Wala, Pitampura.
Chennai’s Egg Stew
I know you thought I was going to tell you something very common about Chennai. But if you really want to try something different, try the egg stew. The stew is made from banana stem and an egg is placed in the soup bowl. Interesting, isn’t it?
Where to try it: Abdul Aziz stall between Rajaji Salai and Beach Road.
Bangalore’s Chocolate Sandwich
No idli, no uttapam but a nice chocolate sandwich. Yes, this unique dish is very famous among Bangaloreans and if you visit Bangalore, you must try this sandwich at least once in the sandwich zone.
Where you can try it: Hari’s Sandwich Zone, Jayanagar
If you want to eat like a local in Hyderabad, go to Ram ki Bandi. This is one of the first evening restaurants to serve different types of dosas. So if you’re hungry in the middle of the night, you know where to go.
Where you can try it: Ram ki Bandi, Mozamjahi Market, Nampally.
Amritsar’s Mutton Chaap
How to choose the best foods in Amritsar? I will tell you. Go and try the sheep chap– the shallow fried, soft and slow cooked meat is a spicy dish and a must for the meat lovers.
Where to try: C-Block, Market Complex near Rose Garden.
Boil Samosas van Ahmedabad
Why have the normal samosas when you can fill samosas with keema? Doesn’t it sound delicious? Yes, bite into it and head off to another world! While there are a ton of really popular local restaurants in Ahmedabad, nothing can beat Bera’s Samosas.
Waar je het kunt proberen: Bhatiyar Galli, Bhadra, Ahmedabad.
Okay, that’s all we have for you now! If you liked that street food in India under INR 100 leave a comment so I can research more for you and take this journey on a whole new level. So grab a 100 rupee note and deflate your favorite dish. Happy travels!
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