If you have watched the sitcom friends, you must have also seen Matt Leblanc as the character Joey. Probably, we all love him and adore his crazy love for food. If you remember he had a signature food for the Friday night. He always ordered, “The Joey Special” which included having 2 Pizzas at one time. Those who are real foodies definitely can admit being like him. So, all the Joey’s please stand up.
India is definitely known for its vibrant food and culture. If one plans to visit India, he or she definitely cannot miss the extremely mouth-watering food over here. According to me, No food can beat the North India cuisine especially the Punjabi Food. If you have not had one, please try and enjoy the right blend of sweet and spices it allows you to have.
Gear up food – a – holic and scroll below the list of best cities in India for the foodie in you.
Well, everybody knows that Delhi is the food capital of India. The fusion food you get here is definitely beyond compare. It is known for its tempting street food, Choley Bhature as well Paranthe and Lassi from the Paranthe Wali Gali. You also cannot miss on the Dal Makhani, Biryani and the Kulfi Falooda from Karol Bagh.
So who all have heard about the Amritsari Choley Kulchey and Lassi? And who amongst you all are the lucky ones who have got the golden opportunity to have them.? I am literally craving for one now. Besides, this do not miss on the Langar from the Golden Temple as well.
I am sure ya all have watched the famous show “ Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah”. And probably you also know that Daya Gada is the food queen, she makes all Ahmedabadi food which includes Khakhra, Thepla, Dhokla, Khandvi and many more lip-smacking dishes. Way to go Daya Ben.
Ahmedabad is also famous for Bhajiya, Khaman and Baraf Gola as well.
The Cutting Chai that all Chai lovers like are gifted with, comes from the laps of Mumbai. It’s one hell of a beverage that will leave you refreshed for the whole day. Mumbai is also loved for its tempting and utterly sweet Aamras as well as its Dabeli and Bheja Fry. Do not forget to try on those Batata Vadas and Ragda Patties.
Last year, I happened to visit this city and I tried on the Dal Bati Churma. A beautiful blend of spices it is, I must say. My favorite of all of the Rajasthani food is the mesmerizing Ghevar. You should also have a binge on the Pyaaz ki kachori and gate Ki sabji.
The Queen of Hills also has something different and nice to offer. The Channa Madra is one dish that you should definitely try on when you are in the Hills. Besides, the Dham, the perfect Hot dog from the Lakkar Bazar, the lip-smacking savories from Baljee Sweets you are never going to forget.