Street foods are generally sold in streets, public areas like a market,in fair by a hawker, vendor with a portable stall.
They are ready to eat food or drink. Every Indian city has its own specialty of all time favorite snack and especially Indian streets are very famous for its cheap and tasty food items.
Our National capital Delhi is famous for its tasty street foods either Indian or Chinese with Indian flavor, North east Indian cuisines are also considered to one of the best food such as Naga cuisines, Assam Laksa,bamboo shot, momos, they are cheap and taste really good.
The best place to have street foods is the capital capital of India, Delhi which offers variety of road side food and stalls.
Basically chole bhature is a Punjabi dish but it is very popular in major urban cities of India. Commonly eaten for break fast, Delhi is well famous for best chole bhature.
There are many other famous road side food from Delhi such as rajma chawal, prathe and most famous mouth watering snacks item chaat.
Considered as the Indian version of burger Vada Pao is the most popular road side food straight from the heart of Maharashtra.
It is the most loved and ultimate staple food item, consists of a fried potato dumplings called vada served in a bun, pav with condiments such as red or green chutneys and fried green chillies.
Mumbai is is well famous for best Vada Pao. The other few street foods common in Mumbai are misal pav,pav bhaji, pav-sample, dabeli, batata wada and kande pohe and paani puri
Aloo tikki typically served at road-side tracks from stalls is most popular snack dishes in Lucknow and all over India. Within the street food of Uttar Pradesh aloo tikki is one of the most mouth-watering delicacies.
This North Indian snack is made of boiled potatoes and various spices served hot along with sauce.
Galauti kebab the royal cuisines of Lucknow is a kind of road side food which is also one of the most famous food in streets of Lucknow.
Bhel, pani puri, sev puri, dahi puri,jhalmuri and Puri-Subzie are other popular street foods in Uttar Pradesh.
Rajasthan, the royal state of India, is well famous for its delectable street foods and awesome cuisines.
Found in almost every street shop or stall, Bikaneri kachori is the most favorite amongst the locals.
The desert state also known for its most popular dal-baati-churma, pakores and mawa.
Indore is the biggest city and commercial capital of the state called “heart of India” Madhya Pradesh.
It is most popular for its culinary rang and well known for wide range of namkeens, samosa, chaats, lapsi and the best one bafla.
Poha-Jalebi is the most famous and popular street food of Indore and is considered the best in the world.
Egg Rolls are one of the most popular of all street foods in Kolkata.
Wrapped inside a paratha fried eggs served with chutney or sour dipping sauce is commonly available in most of the roadside stalls of Kolkata.
Another famous street side food item in Kolkata is phuchka or golgappa.
Dabeli is a very popular spicy snacks item made by boiled potatoes with a special dabeli spices and putting the mixture between the pav. It is widely famous in the of Gujarat and travel across street of Mumbai, Pune and other cities of India.
Akki roti, a spicy bread made from rice flour served with coconut chatney is the specialty of state.
This delicious street food in Bangalore is one of the most popular and common tiffin snack quick to make and tastes so good. The other famous street foods of Bangalore are dosa, sambar,rasam and curd rise.
Idli Sambhar is the best food in the streets of Chennai. It is most favorite south Indian dish and is common as breakfast item.
It is served with combination of chutney and sambar. Nariyal chutney adds more tate to this tastey food item.
Hyderabadi style mirchi bajjis is a common snack or appetizer, stuffed green chili fritters and is widely famous in this city.
Though mirchi bajjis are found with different stuffing’s from at different regions in India but Hyderabadi style mirchi bajjis are the best one to have.
Hyderabad is also famous for its Biryani, dosa, idli and Bonda.