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If you ask a Delhiite what are two things that really stand out for them about the city, it would be the rich history and the mouth-watering food. If you are visiting the capital anytime soon, make sure to keep an entire day dedicated to just eating some yummy food. From Chandni Chowk to Majnu ka Tilla, Delhi is replete with many culinary delights.
Indore’s Sarafa Bazaar is India’s famous night food market. Generations of tweaking and perfecting classic recipes have led to Sarafa Bazaar being the heart of street food culture in Indore. The streets behind Rajwada in Indore is a crowded jewellery market in the daytime and hence named Sarafa Bazaar which started in the early 19th century. At night when the shops close, the streets come alive with the aroma of delicacies.
The food culture of Mumbai is defined by its street food. The city shows remarkable diversity in all its spheres and food is no exception. From Rs 20 to Rs 2,000, Mumbai offers a plethora of foods for all tastes. And it boasts of restaurants serving a large range of international cuisines – more than any other city in India.
Hyderabad is known for the grandeur, richness and flavours of the Mughal cuisine. The city also offers traditional and staple preparations from southern India. Apart from pearl shopping and visiting the sites, this city of Nizams is a popular tourist destination. The Hyderabadi Biryani is the jewel of the cuisine here with rich, colourful garnishing and an elaborate method of preparation.
The city of Nawabs has a cuisine so popular that even Bollywood couldn’t stay away from it. Just watch Daawat-E-Ishq and you’ll see the magical food this city has to offer. So once you are done visiting the historical sites and shopping for authentic Chikankari, head into the city for a feast unlike any other.
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