Best Street Food from Different Corners of India

Best Street Food from Different Corners of India

  • v4ltechnologies
  • Jun 18, 2021

If there is anything that brings together the people of India then it’s our shared love for lip-smacking food, especially the street food of India. I think we all can agree that there is nothing better than the burst of flavor one experiences with the first bite of any street food from around every corner of India. From sweet to savory to spicy, our country has so many mindblowing delicacies to offer that one cannot choose their favorite. The mere sight of street food leaves all of us drooling and even though it’s one country we are talking about, that is, India, yet you’ll be left surprised with the diversity in dishes and hence flavors every state has to offer.


The magical and mouth-watering aroma, visually appealing presentation, the sizzling sounds along the hustle and bustle of Indian streets give an inexplicable and pleasant kick to all your senses which is sure to leave you weak in the knees and wanting for more. The beauty of Indian street food lies in its variety. From the finger-licking, Aloo Tikki in Uttar Pradesh to the sizzling bhature served with flavourful chole and chutney, from the uniquely prepared Littti Chokha to the burst of flavors experienced while having gol-gappas, from the regal sweet of Rajasthan that is Ghevar to the spicy and steaming plate of momos, every street food in India is nothing less than a celebration of exotic, vivid and unique cultures of India. Everyone has their favorites but no one can still deny a bite something different because there is one thing that never disappoints and that is the street food of India.


If you ever come to experience the rich culture and traditions of India or if you are traveling from one state to another, make sure that you try the specialty of that state otherwise it would be an incomplete experience. To make it easy and convenient for you, we have prepared a list of the best and the most famous street foods from different states and we have done our research so you can follow this list with your eyes closed and experience the magic of street food in India!


  1. Maharashtra: Misal Pav, Vada Pav


  1. Rajasthan: Mirchi Vada, Pyaz ki Kachori, Ghevar 


  1. Bihar: Litti Chokha


  1. Delhi: Momos, Chole Bhature, Chaat


  1. Punjab: Amritsari Chole Kulche


  1. Madhya Pradesh: Poha Jalebi


  1. Gujarat: Fafda, Dhokla, Khandvi, Dabeli


  1. Arunachal Pradesh: Thukpa


  1. Andhra Pradesh: Idli, Punugulu


  1. Assam: Laksa


  1. Haryana: Dahi Samosa


  1. Himachal: Sidu


  1. Jammu Kashmir: Kalari Kulcha


  1. Manipur: Kelli Chana


  1. Sikkim: Momos


  1. Tamil Nadu: Kottu Parotta


  1. West Bengal: Jhalmuri


  1. Uttarakhand: Aalu ki Chaat/ Aalu ke Gutke


  1. Uttar Pradesh: Naan Khatai, Chaat, Aalu Poori


  1. Tripura: Pork Bharta


  1. Karnataka: Banana Buns, Dahi Vada Chaat


  1. Goa: Coconut Water, Chorizo Pao
  2. Chattisgarh: Faraa


  1. Kerela: Parippu Vada


  1. Meghalaya: Kappa


  1. Mizoram: Arsa Buhchiar


  1. Nagaland: Kinalas


  1. Orissa: Guguni


  1. Telangana: Pindi Vantalu