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Indian Street Food

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On every street corner from Mumbai to Punjab, you will find an array of bustling food stalls filling the air with wonderful aromas. This is where locals gather to chit, chaat and chai! Every region boasts its own specialties with their own unique flavours and textures, so the options are endless!

Street food is the easiest (and we believe, tastiest) way to try the best of what India has to offer. Our favourite street eats will show you that there is more to Indian cuisine than just curries and fluffy rice. Let’s open your senses and take a bite into real India.

Punjabi Samosa Chaat

Chaat, the Hindi word for lick is also the name of a much-adored Indian street snack. You will find the best Chaat in Indore, a city in the heart of India. Our favourite recipe is quick and easy to make and it’s as colourful as it is tasty.

Made from chopped crispy samosas drizzled in mint and coriander chutney, sweet yoghurt and sprinkled with pomegranates and onion – this dish is crunchy, mildly spicy and has a zesty finish from our Lime Pickle.

Bhutte Ke Kebab
Bhutte Ke means “of corn” and these light and bright kebabs are full of texture and flavour. Crispy sweetcorn mixed with a hint of spice from our Tikka Masala Paste Pot - they make the perfect snack or starter. Bhutte Ke Kebabs are addictive. Believe us, one is never, ever enough.
Mumbai Keema Pao

Curried lamb mince served with a fluffy bread roll might sound simple, but it’s our favourite guilty pleasure, especially when we are in Mumbai.

Our version is tangy, spicy and full of flavour from our Rogan Josh Spice Paste, served in a delicious roll, packed with rich butter it’s a street food sensation. For a regional twist, you could serve it with parathas as they do in North India.

Paneer Kaathi Roll

Possibly Calcutta’s most famous street food, Kaathi Rolls are mouth-wateringly good. These are usually served wrapped in old newspaper, it really doesn’t get more authentic than this.

Our choice of Kaathi Roll is filled with paneer that’s been spiced with our Tikka Masala Spice Paste. Feel free to add whatever fillings you like, other popular choices include chicken, lamb kebab, eggs and potato.

Dal Ki Kachori
It wouldn’t be right to not mention Kachori. These fried pastries stuffed with dal and bursting with coriander, paprika and ginger from our Mild Curry Paste are crispy, flaky and completely moreish. We love to crush the centre and drizzle with our favourite Chutney and Raita.
Explore these authentic, handpicked Indian street eats. For us, this is what real Indian fare is all about – big bold dishes, bursting with authentic flavour, colour, and love.

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Why not try some for yourself?

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