Awesome street food in India you must consume

Our India is the land of diverse cultures and traditions and known for its multiplicity. Different type of cultures, languages, religions and natural landscapes, Indian food is also one thing that diversifies India brilliantly. Variety cuisines of India make our country stand apart from others. Local Street food of India is the most tempting part of the culinary delights of the country.  Foods are sold in public areas like markets or stalls, street foods are mostly ready to eat food. This food is found at a very small price and is really delicious in taste. Every city of India has its own speciality of all time much-desired snacks that our favourite of all. You can explore major street foods of India offered by different cities.

Vada Pao, Mumbai :


It is the Indian version of a burger and the most popular roadside food loved by people of Maharashtra. It is the favourite and ultimate staple food product, which is made with a fried potato dumpling called batata vada in the middle of a bun – Pav. Condiments like chutneys and fried green chillies are added for better taste. Vada Pav well-known snack food of Maharashtra and some other names in this list are Misal Pav, Pav Bhaji, and Kande Pohe.

Kathi Roll, Kolkata :


Kathi Roll is one of the most popular street foods of Kolkata, which is very much loved by all. A variety of rolls are available in the city. These Kathi Rolls are basically crispy lachha paratha, which is stuffed with various delights like cheese, eggs, mashed potatoes, chicken, meat and vegetables. You will definitely this delicacy.

Tikki Tiki-Bangalore :


The perplex name itself indicates that this chat stall situated in Koramangala is a unique one serving lovely chats and other food. The shop name comes from the delicious and special food Tikki poori served here which is one of the best street food in Bangalore. If you want a quick bite then stop here and I am sure this taste is going to make you addicted to the yummy food served here. The best ones to eat are the chocolate Tikki, mudpie Tikki, masala Tikki, and paneer Tikki.

Tikki-Chole, Lucknow :


Tikki Aloo with chole is going to bring water in your mouth for its lip-smacking taste and amazing texture. It is served at most of the road-side stalls in Lucknow. This food is most mouth-watering delicacies of Uttar Pradesh. Tikki Chole is prepared by mashed potatoes and served with boiled pea accompanying various spices. Famous street foods of Uttar Pradesh are Bhel Puri, Sev Puri and Dahi Puri.

Idli Sambhar, Chennai :

Idli Sambhar

Idli Sambar is most preferred South Indian dish, which is light and delicious in taste. It is mainly served as a breakfast item and along with peanut or coconut chutney. In Tamil Nadu, you can see many stalls selling Idli-Sambhar that tastes really good. Vada Sambhar, Dosa and Upma are some other street foods of Chennai.

Kari Dosai, Madurai :

Kari Dosai

This three-layered dosa is quite popular in Madurai. It consists of the base layer of plain dosa, the middle layer of an egg omelette, and the top layer of minced meat. It is a typical dish of the cow herder community, also known as Konars. It has to be eaten with sambar and chutneys.

Kola Urundai, Madurai :


This awesome meat dish is a culinary highlight of Madurai. Grinded mutton balls are prepared by mixing them with various spices, and deep frying them in oil. This makes them crunchy on the outside, and soft on the inside.

Chicken and Pork Momos, Mussorie :

Chicken and Pork

The Tibetan community in Mussoorie brought with them momos. The mouth-watering steam dumplings filled with chicken or pork, this dish is savoured with a red spicy sauce. Food Stalls near the Tibetan Market serve and make the best momos in Mussoorie. Vegetarian options are available, too.

Kozhi Urundai, Coimbatore :


A local term used for chicken meatballs, Kozhi Urundai is a much-loved non-vegetarian dish in Coimbatore. Not found commonly on the street, you are more likely to find these in local restaurants. In terms of taste, Kozhi Urundai can be described as hot and spicy. The dish is perfect for the colder season (November to January). Kozhi Urundai is best eaten for lunch or dinner.

Saoji, Nagpur :


Spicy and hot, this dish is a must try for every non-vegetarian visiting Nagpur. Native to the land, this dish is prepared using trotters and a spicy masala. Some restaurants serve Saoji with chicken and vegetables, so if you don’t like trotters, you can choose either of them. Saoji is a signature cuisine of Nagpur, so you have to try a dish made in Saoji cuisine when visiting.

Thalipeeth, Nashik :


If you love authentic Maharashtrian cuisine or want to sample it for the first time on your trip to Nashik, Heramb is the right place for you to do so. Eat the Thalipeeth or Modaks of Maharashtra and be pleasantly surprised by the moderate bills. This clean and hygienic restaurant could well become a habit for you, given the scrumptious food and genuine hospitality you get here.

Noolputtu, Coorg :


If you are in the most beautiful location in southern India, Coorg, and you are looking for a unique breakfast; this dish can serve your purpose. The structure and appearance are what makes this dish a must to try street food in Coorg.

Fish Molee, Kerala :


Made with most locally available fresh, seasonal fish, molee is a coconut-based Kerala fish curry unlike the better know and spicy Kerala meen fish curry. With influences, some say, from Sri Lanka and even Malaysia, Kerala Fish Molee is actually quite unique. Moderately spicy, the gravy is made first and fried pieces of fish added to it later. Served with rice or appam, the curry is so delicious you may just have it plain.

Haleem, Bangalore :


This best version of Haleem that we have ever tasted. This version has incredible flavours and spices which are used just right to enhance those flavours of the dish. Hiking out to Bangalore and enjoying the variety of dishes during Ramadan is one of our favourite things to do. Indulging on  Haleem is on top of the list whenever we get a chance to head on down there.

India welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, from businessmen to students to tourists. Every city has plenty of attractions and is a great place to shop, but the underrated aspect of the trip is the food. All city offers a plethora of options for food.

Beach Shop

Yummy Might night street food In Chennai

If you relate Chennai only with Idli and Dosa then it is high time that you revise your knowledge.  Chennai, which is one of the top food destinations for many people, has a lot more dishes to offer than the ones which are typically associated with the place.

The rich culture of the place clearly reflects on their food plate as well with a number of varieties to try from. It was featured in the second spot in National Geographic’s list of“Top 10 Food Cities” from around the globe. If you’re a foodie, you cannot give this city a miss. Night time street food areas are Mylapore, Saidapet, Marina, ECR, Teynampet, T.Nagar.  

Idli :

midnight idli

This is one of the most common street foods that one can find in Chennai. It can be found at almost all the street corners of Chennai. It tastes best when served with sambar or coconut chutney. This light snack is easy to make and easy to eat and thus tops the list of street food variety in Chennai. There are many variations that you can find in Idli as it can be fixed with a number of ingredients when making it. When in Chennai, don’t miss Idli for anything.

Chaat :

Chatt Item

This North Indian snack is very famous and popular amongst the locals of Chennai. It can be found at every street corner and everyone serves different flavors than the others. It is a mixture of a number of ingredients mixed with many spices. Of course, you can make this as much spicier as you can. The variety of chaats here are extremely well-balanced and every variety is different from the other. We would suggest you try all the varieties and get the best flavors.

Uttapam :


This South Indian snack is a big hit amongst the locals of Chennai. This dish is a mixture of many vegetables and makes a delicious snack that is loved by the locals and the tourists that visit the place.

The different variety of vegetables gives this dish a mix of different flavors.Uttapam is a lot thicker than Dosa but is served with chutney and sambar as most of the dishes of Chennai are. You may choose from the different varieties available in this dish according to your taste and likings.

Kuzhi Paniyaram :


This dish may look like Idli but is a lot different in terms of taste. It can be eaten as a sweet or as a savory. Black lentils and rice are the two main ingredients that are used for preparing this dish.

Bothsweet and spicy flavors of the dish are loved by the locals and you can find this street food available on every corner of the street. We would recommend trying both the flavors of the dish as both contain a different enjoyment.

Kothu Parotta :


This is one of those dishes in Chennai that you can either try in some fancy restaurants or can be tried on the streets of Chennai. However, this dish available in the restaurant makes a great taste but the taste of this dish available on the street is something else.

It is made by mixing anumber of vegetables with shredded potatoes along with different spices. However, besides mixing vegetables, one can mix meat or eggs in the potatoes as well.

Kings Vada pav :

Vada pav

For a taste of Mumbai right here in Chennai, go down to Kings Vadapav in Purasawalkam and try this burger from Bombay; you will not be disappointed. Located within a bustling shopping area of Chennai, Kings Vadapav is small on price but huge on taste. With a number of combinations as well as a proper chat counter, this little roadside kiosk is a boon to hungry shoppers.

R.K. Sandwich Shop :


As the name suggests the shops sells sandwiches; as averagely tempting as this may sound, R.K. Sandwich Shop is not your typical roadside sandwich wala. A wide variety of this favorite snack can be had here with delicious combinations of fillings making the perfect quick bite on the go. Also, a counter selling chilled pani puri as well as other chats will be sure to tempt you here.

Hemanth Chats :


If you happen to be in Chennai, then take a walk around and discover the numerous stalls and carts on every corner serving a variety of local treats. If you want some great chat, especially pani puri, stop off at Hemanth Chats in Vepery shop for a quick fix. A value for money and light option, the stall opens late afternoon but gets pretty busy towards the evenings.

Rajdhani :


Best known for its excessive Thali and indiscriminate use of pure desi ghee, Rajdhani is an institution that has stood the test of time and is now the last word in most cities for this Indian style buffet. A traditional and pure vegetarian restaurant, the mouth-watering delicacies will leave you completely satiated. Dozens of dishes served to you on a huge steel plate with little bowls, the variety in this one meal is unreal and excruciatingly delicious.

MoonLight :


It is the most favorite option for those who have less money but very hungry. There is no extra charge for serving late at night, Moonlight staffs make sure you have good food. Evening time biryani is famous in this restaurant.

 Sundari Akka Kadai- Marina Beach :

Beach Shop

This tiny shop in Marina Beach is very much famous for seafood. This shop opens at 12.00pm and closes at 8.00pm. With cheap money. you can get mouth-watering food. There is a lot of people standing outside the shop. Don’t miss to visit this shop when you are in Marina.

Food Out- Thiruvanmiyur :

Food Out

People living in not so happening areas in Chennai doesn’t have to worry because midnight outlets are covered all over the city. Food out has some yummy stuff waiting for you all. This shop is open till 6 am.



It is the another best place that you have to have heard of at least once in your life, especially if you live in Chennai. Here, they serve some of the best South Indian food late at night and you would want nothing else if you can stuff your face with dosas and Vadas.



These guys have been around for years, with a few changes and make-over, but things haven’t changed besides the facade. Here, they specialize in Chettinad food, but they’ve also got quite a few North Indian options to choose from.

Food Souk :

Food Souk

Food Souk in Nungambakkam is a takeaway and delivery restaurant that does not have a seating facility. This is the place you’ve to beat if you have midnight cravings as it serves cuisines of South Indian, North Indian, Chinese, and Arabian.  The recommended dishes here are Chicken Rara, Crispy Chicken, Chicken Biryani, Tandoori Wings, Mahesh Chicken, Crispy Prawns, and Butter Fried Prawns. Food Souk is a must go to place for all Non-Vegetarian foodies. It opens from 12.00 Noon to 5.00 Am.

Chennai city is the place of origin of the “Chicken 65” dish, is a top food destination. It has a lot more to offer than just idli and dosa. Its rich and vibrant culture is reflective of its varied food palate. The capital of Tamil Nadu has a wide array of street foods. If you are a foodie and are looking for some of the best street food in Chennai, above-mentioned food is some of the things that might excite you.


The best delicious street food in Kolkata Must Try

These are some of the amazing street dishes from Kolkata that are so delicious and mouth-watering that you would not regret trying these. These entire dishes make Kolkata one unique position that distinguishes it from all the other places. Though there are many other local street foods that can be tried, these are the specialties of Kolkata

Churmur :


The street food in Kolkata is another variety that you can try from the gol Gappa family. This Churmur is much similar to Phuchkas, the perfect blend of spices makes them taste a lot different than them. Churmur street food is a mix of mashed potatoes, crushed Phuchkas, onions, tamarind pulp and lots of spices. Your Kolkata visit will be totally incomplete if you don’t try this speciality of Kolkata. Churmur is a lot easier to eat and thus can be given to the kids as well.

Kathi Rolls :


If we go to  Kolkata, we cannot miss mentioning the very famous and delicious Kathi rolls. This city being the originator of Kathi rolls is worldwide famous for making the best Kathi rolls. People from around the world prefer visiting Kolkata for trying these Kathi rolls. Although you can find many variations of Kathi rolls everywhere in Kolkata, you must not forget to try the authentic Kathi rolls at some of the well-known places in Kolkata.

Samosa :


Samosas in Kolkata are popularly known as Shingara and make the perfect companion along with tea to delight your evenings. This snack needs no introduction as this is quite famous all around India. This triangular shaped fried snack is prepared by adding different spices to mashed potato which is used as a stuffing. Although, the stuffing can vary from mutton, chicken, to Moong daal, the stuffing of mashed potatoes has no comparison. It tastes best when served with hot tea.

Dimer Devil :


Dimer Devil is one of the most favourite snacks of the non-vegetarian lovers. Besides having a great taste, this one dish can keep you full for the entire day. This fried dish is basically the well-known chop of Kolkata but with a twist. Dimer Devil Dimer comes with the twist of egg stuffed inside the basic meat chop. Thus, you can enjoy the flavour of meat chop and egg together in this mouth-watering dish. The boiled egg stuffing adds many different flavours to this dish. A must try dish for sure.

Chowmein :


This street food is something that we all can relate to. This is one of the common street foods that can easily be found at every corner of Kolkata’s street. The chowmein here in Kolkata is very similar to that served in other parts of the world. Or more likely, you can say that it is spicier than what is served in other parts. It is a rich mixture of different vegetables with are mixed with different chutneys and chillies. It won’t be wrong to say that the end result is tempting and mouth-watering.

Schezwan Chicken :


This is another delight for the non-vegetarian people. The well-chopped chicken is mixed with different flavours and varieties of spices and chillies which make this dish extremely hot and spicy. The chicken is given a different touch when mixed with Schezwan ketchup to add more spice to the dish. Not all the places can serve you with the best dish, therefore, you must visit this places for getting the perfect flavours.

Kachori :


If you are visiting Kolkata, then this is one of the street foods that you cannot miss. You can enjoy this snack over tea or can simply have it at your meal time for experiencing the delicious meal. Kachori in Kolkata is also known as Radha bollobi and are something to die for. It is a spicy dish that is stuffed with varieties of stuffing however mashed potatoes with different spices are the most preferred stuffing. If you are not too much of a spice lover, have a sweet dish later but don’t miss amazing treat for yourself.

Butter Fish Fry :

Fish Fry

Kolkata is known for this street food the most. Although, this street food is fried and can add a lot to your calories when you are getting the best and delicious taste would you even mind thinking of that? There are some well-known places that will serve you with the best flavours of fish fry. Give your taste buds an amazing treat with this super amazing dish from the streets of Kolkata.

Chinese Cuisine :


Kolkata is not only famous for the local cuisines but can serve you with the best of international cuisines like that of Chinese. Although there are not many places in Kolkata that can serve you with the authentic Chinese flavours, there are many which can. These are well-known to serve the authentic Chinese flavours, and you can easily find varieties of rice dumpling and soups. If you want to get these Chinese cuisines, make sure that you visit the place early as the stock doesn’t last long.

Cutlet and Chop :

Cutlet and Chop

Talking about the options of seafood, Kolkata’s fish cutlets are the best one to try. Well served with the variety of combination of spices, this delicious snack will make you forget every version of cutlet that you have tried. These cutlets and chops are best served with tomato ketchup, chilli ketchup, and pudina ketchup. Chops are very similar to cutlets and are popularly known as the meat version of the desi cutlet. These dishes have a crispy exterior and a hot delicious internal stuffing.

Kolkata’s culinary scene is rich, vibrant and ever-rewarding to any food connoisseur. It isn’t just in traditional kitchens or legendary restaurants where you’ll witness the dynamism of Kolkata’s cuisine – the city’s street food culture is a world onto itself. Do make sure that you try all of these when in Kolkata.


Butter Chicken

Top 15 Street Food in Mumbai must eat before you die

Mumbai city is different from most cities in our country. Mumbai that has a little of everything and attracts many people from all corners of India. The food here is as diverse as the people, ranging from street food to fine cuisine to small snacks. For all those visiting this great city, here are some items you must try

Chicken Momos at Kepchaki Momos :

Chicken Momos

Mumbai doesn’t have nearly as many varieties of momos or momo sellers when compared to Delhi. But what we lack in quantity, we make up for with quality and the authentic Nepalese momos at Kepchaki’s stall on Carter Road are a delicious example of that.

Butter Chicken Rolls at Khane Khas :

Butter Chicke

We have found you a not-so-sweet (read: perfect) butter chicken and it comes in the form of rolls. Extremely popular for it’s North Indian food, Khane Khas is the best place for your butter chicken cravings.

Sizzlers at Kobe ’s, Girgaum :


In this shop, all items are reasonably priced keeping in mind the quantity that greets you, Kobe’s hasn’t changed throughout the years, serving lip-smacking sizzlers with the same great taste. Come here to add some spice and sparkle into your mean for even the desserts are sizzling masterpieces.

Punjabi food, Mini Punjab, Pali Hill, Bandra :

Mini Punjab

Cozy experience and a  Fancy decor for the diners, Mini Punjab produces mouth-watering delicacies from its tandoor. When you dish come to your table it’s the longest wait of your life because you won’t be able to resist digging in and relishing the succulent pieces of meat and paneer in your mouth.

Gujarati Thali at Shree Thaker Bhojanalay :


Buried in a little lane in Kalbadevi, Thaker serves one of the best Gujarati thalis in Mumbai. Made using the freshest ingredients, it’s the very definition of generous. The aamras in summer and undhiyu in winter are just two seasonal specialities we love here.

Keralite food at Grace restaurant, Nerul :

Grace restaurant

It is one of the best places to have home styled roast specialities of Kerala, Grace serves food in a number of meats and spiciness  in appam and curries. Having food here will never be regretted, they serve some of the best Keralite non-veg food in Mumbai.

Pani Puri at Elco :

Pani Puri

Famous for its chaat, this Bandra eatery is buzzing at all hours. There’s nearly always waiting and if you’re impatient, you can choose to wolf down their speciality – Pani Puri – at one of the chairs outside the restaurant. Indoors, you’re handed a plate with the spicy and sweet pani, sprouts to use as stuffing and puris served separately, so you can fill your puri with just the right blend you like.

Chicken Pattice at PAC :


The tiny shop run by the Parsi Amelioration Community at Grant Road’s Nana Chowk is filled with delicious Parsi snacks, many of which are gloriously deep fried. One of our favourites is the Chicken Pattice that comes with bits of chicken in a white sauce encased in a flaky, buttery pastry.

Kosha Mangsho at Bhojohori Manna :


This restaurant offers authentic Bengali meals that won’t burn a hole in your pocket. The Kosha Mangsho makes for a delicious comforting meal, best followed by their Nolen Gur (jaggery) ice cream.

Chicken Sandwich at Candies :

Chicken Sandwich

What makes Candies so popular is its modestly priced grab and go meals. Their chicken sandwich is a classic and comes slathered in their signature mayonnaise, which anyone who has ever encountered it will know is rich, sweet, slightly peppery and terribly indulgent.

Eggs Kejriwal at The Bombay Canteen :

Eggs Kejriwal

Originally served at the Willingdon Club, this dish is always part of our order every time we visit The Bombay Canteen. It’s as delicious as it looks, with runny-yolked egg topped with cheese that’s set on bread made in-house and surrounded by a pool of fresh green chutney.

Ice Cream Sandwich at K Rustom :

Ice Cream Sandwich

K Rustom’s ice cream sandwiches have been a city favourite for decades. We love the seasonal fruit ice creams (they make one of the best mango ice creams in town!) and the thin wafers their generous slabs of ice cream come sandwiched in.

Mutton Puffs at A1 Bakery :

Mutton Puffs

The quintessential Bandra snack, flaky pastry encases a flavourful mutton filling. It’s pocket-friendly, available from around 6 am, and totally delicious!

Chocolates at La Folie Du Chocolate :


This pretty dessert shop at Kala Ghoda sells beautiful pastries, but it’s the chocolates that keep us coming back for more. From the luscious dark chocolate bars and pralines to the bonbons made using intriguing fillings like exotic berries and smoky Earl Grey, if you’re a chocolate lover these are absolutely unmissable!

Royal Falooda at Badshah :


Nothing helps beat the weariness of shopping through Crawford Market like the Royal Falooda at Badshah. With plenty of sabza seeds and a dollop of vanilla ice cream on top, this is a refreshing treat for city-dwellers.   

If you are in the mood to tantalize your taste buds, fall in love with Mumbai all over again, find your excuse to ditch that diet or are struggling to find what more does this city has on its menu- fellow foodie, you are at the right place! Mumbai, the city of dreams. Many people come from far and wide into this land, in the search of love, acceptance, money, fame and what not. Every people need a solid taste of Mumbai street food.

Shivaji Nagar

Appetizing street food in Bangalore you must taste

Bangalore is a paradise for foodies with numerous restaurants and eateries scattered all over the city. The main thing is bangalored has no shortage of is places where you get some of the best street food you will ever taste. Most of the places are always crowded and for good reason too.  Try to visit these places by bike and not by car so that you spend you’re time eating food rather than driving in traffic or struggling for parking. If you don’t have a bike, you can rent a bike at affordable rates from WheelStreet and go eat to your heart’s content at these 8 best places in Bangalore to get some delectable street food.

V V Puram Food Street :

V V Puram Food

VV Puram food street is amongst the most frequented places in Bengaluru to satisfy your taste buds on a shoestring budget. It generally gets lit up during the evening when over 20 food stalls, spread out over a narrow 300 feet stretch, start serving a mind-boggling variety of south Indian, north Indian and Chinese delicacies.

The epitome VB Bakery situated at the beginning of the street is famous for its cream puff, cakes, and biscuits. In this place, you can feast on a variety of idlis, vadas and dosas. I would personally recommend trying thatte idli, Bisi Bisi masala dosa, and the bhaat masala dosa.

Dadar Vada Pav, Indiranagar :

Vada Pav

Dadar Vada Pav is more similar to Mumbai vada pav. If you missed Mumbai vada pav then head straight to Indira Nagar without a thought in Indiranagar. Here, they serve some of the most lip-smacking Vada Pav’s in the city in various flavors. They also provide a wide range of Pav Bhaji and Tawa Pulao.

Mosque Road :

Mosque Road

The delicious aromas from Mosque Road beckon non-vegetarians from across Bangalore, especially during the holy month of Ramadan. Small shops along the footpaths offer biriyanis, sheekh kebabs, haleem and so on, at affordable prices. The evening is the correct time to visit.

Shivaji Nagar :

Shivaji Nagar

Shivaji Nagar in Bangalore is the ultimate place for non-veg foodies. Shops are lined end-to-end with stalls that are selling a variety of meat (no pork) cooked in every possible manner. From mutton and beef kebabs to chicken samosas, from Caramel Custard to the best Suleimani Tea, you can find everything your stomach desires in this area. Do try out the Idiyappam and beef kebab which is a specialty of this foodie paradise.

Spicy Corner – Jeevanabheema Nagar :

Spicy Corner

Jeevanabheema Nagar food stall serves some of the best spicy street food in Bangalore. Spicy Corner has only vegetarian dishes but is always crowded, especially with students from the nearby schools and colleges. Start from the spicy hot Tava paratha to the delicious Dahi puri, this stall serves a number of lovely dishes which are reasonably priced and equally tasty.

Tikki Tikki – Koramangala :

Tikki Tikki

The perplex name itself indicates that this chat stall situated in Koramangala is a unique one serving lovely chats and other food. The shop name comes from the delicious and special food Tikki poori served here which is one of the best street food in Bangalore. If you want a quick bite then stop here and I am sure this taste is going to make you addicted to the yummy food served here. The best ones to eat are the chocolate Tikki, mudpie Tikki, masala Tikki, and paneer Tikki.

Central Tiffin Room – Malleshwaram :

Central Tiffin

The utterly delicious butter Masala Dosa continuously to a huge number of customers is no child’s play. Malleshwaram has done this effortlessly and brilliantly for over six decades and is thus, a delight for Dosa lovers. Nowadays, this Tiffin Room is one of the best places to have South Indian Street Food in Bangalore. Apart from this variety of dosas they also serve idly – vada, kesribath and the poori sagu. There are also many shops which serve ice creams, chats and other stuff around the place.

Hari’s Sandwich Zone – Jayanagar :

Sandwich Zone

The  Hari’s Sandwich Zone is famous for Chocolate Sandwich!! Yes, you know it right, that’s what it is famous for. The Jayanagar street is one of the finest street food joints in Bangalore for having sandwiches and tasty chats. Here, they serve a variety of sandwiches and chats which are as economical as they are healthy. It is located nearby is a Lassi Corner which serves you sweet Lassi to drink after you’re done having your food at the Sandwich Zone.

Shivaji Nagar, VV Puram, Richmond Town, and Frazer Town are an absolute nightmare for car drivers. It is full of narrow roads with endless traffic jams and an eternal shortage of parking spaces. If you want the best experience while visiting these places to eat street food in Bangalore, be sure to travel by bike instead. If you don’t have one, you can easily rent a bike in Bangalore from WheelStreet.