Street Food Safari: Delicious Eats on a Shoestring Budget in Indore

Delicious Eats on a Shoestring Budget in Indore
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Indore, also famously known as the “Food Capital of India” takes their food very seriously. You can explore the food capital without burning a hole in your pocket by visiting the street food market. In this blog, we will take you around the best places to venture budget-friendly eateries in Indore that will leave your taste buds craving more. 

Poha Jalebi

Start your culinary journey in Indore with the classic breakfast of Poha Jalebi. Poha is a dish made from flattened rice, seasoned with spices, creating a flavourful dish. It is usually paired with a sweet food called Jalebi, for the perfect blend of savory and sweet. Thai breakfast can be found in every nook and corner of Indore at pocket-friendly prices. 

Garadu 

Try Garadu, a seasonal street food delight if you visit Indore during winter. It is a dish made from yams and deep-fried to perfection for the locals to enjoy.  Garadu is pocket-friendly and a flavourful snack that speaks about Indore’s ability to turn something humble into a culinary delicacy. 

Kachori 

Jain Kachori Wala is well-known for its crispy Kachori, this street food can be enjoyed without burning a hole in your pocket. Stuffed with lentils and spices, this deep-fried snack exemplifies Indore’s love for savoury foodstuffs. Pair it with your preferred sauce to satisfy your tastebuds.

Hot Dog 

It’s definitely a surprise to find a non-Indori dish to be so famous but trust us, it is indeed a delectable snack that will please your tastebuds. Especially, from Johnny’s, the hot dog is served in a freshly baked bun with an Indian twist of spices. This snack will leave a lasting taste in your mouth while being easy on your pocket. 

Kulfi Falooda 

Every food safari is incomplete without a sweet ending and Indore’s street food has a thing for Kulfi Falooda. Visit any local street dessert stall and you’ll be treated to this rich and creamy frozen dessert paired with the goodness of Falooda, a sweet and colourful vermicelli drink. This pocket-friendly Kulfi Falooda makes it an ideal dessert option to wrap up your culinary journey. 

Indore’s street food safari is a testament to the city’s culinary prowess, offering an array of budget-friendly delights that cater to every palate. From the savoury goodness of Poha Jalebi to the sweet indulgence of Kulfi Falooda, the streets of Indore promise a gastronomic journey that won’t burn a hole in your pocket. So, lace up your walking shoes, embark on a street food safari, and let the flavours of Indore leave an everlasting imprint on your taste buds. Happy eating!

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