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Sandwich
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Mumbai's grilled sandwiches are quite popular amongst a lot of people. There are hawkers who sell non-grilled sandwiches too but the grilled ones are just yum. edit delete
Bhel Puri
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Bhel puri is one of the most common all-day snacks: a crunchy, cold, sweet-and-sour mix of puffed rice, sev, chopped onion and potato, and tamarind chutney. edit delete
Kheema Pav
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Kheema Pav is another distinct street food available in Mumbai. The best Kheema Pav is available at Olympia Coffee House located in Colaba. edit delete
Chicken Tikka Rolls
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Bademiya in Mumbai is a place where roll lovers from all parts of the city hangout. It is one of those restaurants / food joints who love to serve you late night. Even if you reach there at 3 am you can see a long queue waiting for their order. They are popular for serving their best charcoaled, meaty goodness. edit delete
Pani Puri
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Pani puri is another very popular and a favorite street food Indians love to eat. The flavor is a bit tangy, a bit sweet and a bit spicy. In Mumbai you see an array of street stalls selling Pani Puri. edit delete
Kebabs
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Kebabs are one item that you'll find almost in every eat street. But the one sold at Sarvi on Dimtimkar Road is just outstanding. Their specialty is that the Kebabs are crisp on the outside and melting in the middle, with a hint of mint. edit delete
Kolkata Chowmein
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The fried Noodles. edit delete
Kolkata Thukpa
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Thupka, noodle soup, is now a major hit and sold on streets across the city. Thukpa is a Tibetan word for noodle, inspired from China usually served in soup. edit delete
Kolkata Momo
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Momo is another name for dumplings. We are not sure of its origin, but in our knowledge its a popular Tibetian cuisine which is equally popular in hilly regions and hill stations of India. Close proximity to the north eastern India, Kolkata too has a savory tooth for thes spicy Momos. edit delete
Kolkata Kathi Roll
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It won't be wrong if we refer Kolkata as the 'roll Capital' of India. It is this place where these rolls were invented. edit delete
Kolkata Telebhaja
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Telebhaja refers to various deep fried snacks available on the streets of Kolkata. Tele means oil and bhaja means fries. edit delete
Kolkata Kachauri / Kachori
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A Kachori is a stuffed deep fried Indian bread. The stuffing varies from region to region. The most favorites of all are the aloo kachori, daal kachori and pyaz (onion) kachori. edit delete
Kolkata Singara
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Samosa in Kolkata is known as Singara. edit delete
Kolkata Chotpoti
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A tangy, spicy and sweet mixture of boiled chick peas, onion, tomatoes, tamarind chutney, coriander chutney etc. edit delete
Kolkata Puchka
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ANother name of what we know as Pani Puri. One of the favorite street food of Indian. edit delete
Kolkata Jhal Muri
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Puffed rice mixed with other ingredients like, onion, coriander, potato, ground nuts, mustard oil etc. It resembles Maharashtrian Bhel. edit delete
Ahmedabad Dhokla
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Dhokla is a spongy snack, again prepared using gram floor, sour curd and green chillies. Both these dishes are easy to make and delicious to taste. A must have in the Gujarati menu. edit delete
Ahmedabad Fafda Jalebi
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Those who have not tasted it, might consider it a weird combination. But, once you taste it, there's nothing better than this. Fafda is a salty and crispy snack which is server with deep fried green chilies and Jalebi, a sweet dish. edit delete
Ahmedabad Kachori
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Kachoris of Gujarat are famous world over. The best Kachori in Ahmedabad are served at street food stalls near Kankaria Lake. A fabulous tourist spot during the day transforms to a popular eating joint by the evening. edit delete
Ahmedabad Kebabs
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Bhatiyar Gali is a paradise for non-veg lovers. An array of best non-veg delicacies are served here everyday. One such popular street food server here at Bhatiyar Gali is a variety of Kebabs. The most popular of all are Seekh kebab and Boti kebab. edit delete
Ahmedabad Kheema Samosa
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Samosa, deep fried stuffed Indian patties, is usually stuffed with potatoes and green peas. But you get see an un-usual variety of Samosa in Bhatiyar Gali of Ahmedabad, which is stuffed with Keema / Kheema (minced meat). It is one of the popular street food here in Ahmedabad. edit delete
Ahmedabad Aaloo Tawa Chaat
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Chaats are available in a variety in Ahmedabad. Khau Gali is one such popular place where you often get confused about what to eat and where to begin from. edit delete
Ahmedabad Pani Puri
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Pani puri is an all time favorite street food for people all across the country. It is tangy, spicy, sweet and tongue tickling. In Ahmedabad the best Pani Puri is available at Manek Chowk. edit delete
Ahmedabad Pav Bhaji
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Pav Bhaji has become one of the most popular comfort food in India. Today, it is served in almost all cities across Indian subcontinent. The one served near Manek Chowk is worth a mention to satisfy your quest for best street food in Ahmedabad. edit delete
Ahmedabad Chole Puri
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Chhole Puri is a very popular Punjabi dish, But the one available at Havmor in Ahmedabad is mind blowing. It is one of the best street food here in Ahmedabad. Don't get surprised to see long waiting queues. The dish you finally eat is worth the wait. edit delete
Ahmedabad Daal Vada
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Dal Vada is a very popular street food served on various street stalls in Ahmedabad. The best Dal vada is available at Ambica restaurant near LD Arts College, Ahmedabad. edit delete
Pune Pani Puri
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Pani puri is a great snack almost popular through out India. Tiny puffed puris stuffed with potatoes, chana, moong, sweet chutney and spicy pani is loved by all. edit delete
Pune Shev Puri
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This is another popular chaat sold on the streets of Pune. Every joint has its own recipe of sevpuri. Sevpuri, as the name indicates is sev topped on puris or papadis, along with potatoes and chutneys. It’s a tangy, crispy and tongue tickling street food item that you should taste in your life. edit delete
Pune Bhel Puri
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Bhelpuri is a puffed rice dish with various vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce. It is a type of chaat, or small plates of savoury snacks, particularly identified with the beaches of Mumbai as chowpatty and Jhalmuri in Kolkata. Garnished with onions, corriander and lemon juice, bhel puri is very popular street food among the students and office goers. edit delete
Pune Kutchi Daabeli
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Kutchi Dabeli or Double Roti as it is popularly known is a tangy,sweet and spicy delicacy from Kutch ( Gujarat) and traditionally sold on the streets of gujarat. This snack has now become very famous on the streets of Pune and Mumbai. It can be said that it’s a different version of vada pav. Kutchi Dabeli is also a great street side food. edit delete