10 Best places in India for foodie


The capital city of India deserves the top spot when it comes to food.  Known for its street food and diverse culinary scene  Delhi offers a plethora of options ranging from chaat (savory snacks) to kebabs and Mughlai cuisine. 


Famous for its street food, Mumbai is a food lover's paradise.  Enjoy mouthwatering vada pav, pav bhaji, and the delectable seafood along the coastal areas. 


Renowned for its sweet treats like rasgulla and sandesh. Kolkata is also famous for its street food like puchka (pani puri) and kathi rolls.  The city is known for tasty and surprisingly cheaper street food. 


Home to the iconic Golden Temple, Amritsar is known for its delicious Punjabi cuisine.  Indulge in buttery naans, flavorful tandoori dishes, and the world-famous Amritsari kulcha.  Also, the street-side vendors serving Makke di Roti with Sarson da Saag .


The vibrant capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur offers a blend of Rajasthani and Mughlai cuisines.  Don't miss the delectable Dal Baati Churma and Laal Maas.  One of our favourites is the hot and spicy pyaaz ki kachori served with green and red chutney. 


Chennai is a hub for South Indian cuisine . known for its authentic dosas, idlis, and filter coffee.  Also, try the mouthwatering Chettinad cuisine. 


Famous for its biryani, Hyderabad is a food lover's paradise.  Enjoy the aromatic and flavorful biryanis, kebabs, and the iconic Irani chai.  Apart from the world famous Kachhe Gosht ki Biryani .


Known as the culinary capital of India, Lucknow is famous for its Awadhi cuisine.  Relish the succulent kebabs, biryanis, and the melt-in-your-mouth Lucknowi Biryani.  The malaaidar kulfis and sweet Banarasi paan can be a pleasing way to sign off. 


Apart from its beautiful beaches, Goa offers a unique blend of Indian and Portuguese flavors.  Try the spicy Goan fish curry, vindaloo, and bebinca (a traditional Goan dessert). 


The coastal state of Kerala is renowned for its fresh seafood, coconut-infused curries, and appam.  Don't miss the traditional Kerala sadya (a grand feast served on a banana leaf).