If tangy and spicy is what pleases your taste buds, then Hyderabad is heaven for you. Main course here is royal and delicious in form of Biryani, eaten in the Nizam way. The Hyderabadi Biryani is believed to have been brought to the city by Muslim travelers. It's amazing how just meat and spices cooked in a utensil with rice can taste so scrumptious.
Jaipur offers a fair variety of street food right from Jalebis to Gol Gappas. Most of the street food here would be found in the form of an appetizer or a dessert. Don't forget to try the delectable Lassi here, made of fresh curd.
Hitting the streets in Lucknow for food is a like going on a pilgrimage! In this land of generousnawabs and haute Awadhi cuisine, an extra vagantdastarkhwan awaits all food worshippers. The street food from the dingy streets top the charts with a highly evolved gastronomic quotient. Some of the famous street foods in Lucknow include Aloo Tikki, Bhel, Jhalmuri, Dahi Puri,Panipuri, and Poori-Aloo.
Down south, Cochin also offers some of the best varieties of street food, the mention of which is sure to give you hunger pangs.One can say that the variety of street foods found in India, reflects the diversity of cultures in the country. So what are you waiting for, pack your bags and rush to the country of Deli and desserts!