8 Most Popular Dishes In These Indian Cities That You Must Try!!

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Chainsoo from Uttarakhand- Chainsoo is basically made using urad dal. The dal is simple to make and good during the chilly nights. The use of coriander and garlic brings out the best of this dish Chainsoo from Uttarakhand- Chainsoo is basically made using urad dal. The dal is simple to make and good during the chilly nights. The use of coriander and garlic brings out the best of this dish

Chainsoo from Uttarakhand- Chainsoo is basically made using urad dal. The dal is simple to make and good during the chilly nights. The use of coriander and garlic brings out the best of this dish

Kakori Kebabs from Uttar Pradesh- It’s either slow cooked over a few hours or marinated for a few hours so that the experience is truly melt-in-the-mouth Kakori Kebabs from Uttar Pradesh- It’s either slow cooked over a few hours or marinated for a few hours so that the experience is truly melt-in-the-mouth

Kakori Kebabs from Uttar Pradesh- It’s either slow cooked over a few hours or marinated for a few hours so that the experience is truly melt-in-the-mouth

Bhapa Ilish from West Bengal-  This is Steamed Hilsa in Mustard based Gravy. It is one of the most faovurite dishes of Bengal. Bhapa Ilish from West Bengal-  This is Steamed Hilsa in Mustard based Gravy. It is one of the most faovurite dishes of Bengal.

Bhapa Ilish from West Bengal-  This is Steamed Hilsa in Mustard based Gravy. It is one of the most faovurite dishes of Bengal.

Chole Bhature from Delhi- Even if this is the most commonly loved street food, the best place to have them is Delhi. Easily made with a few ingredients like maida, salt and yoghurt this is seriously a treat! Chole Bhature from Delhi- Even if this is the most commonly loved street food, the best place to have them is Delhi. Easily made with a few ingredients like maida, salt and yoghurt this is seriously a treat!

Chole Bhature from Delhi- Even if this is the most commonly loved street food, the best place to have them is Delhi. Easily made with a few ingredients like maida, salt and yoghurt this is seriously a treat!

Tandoori Fish from Chandigarh- The tandoori fish tikka is a famous non-vegetarian snack and made in Indian style on BBQ or grill. The fish doesn't lose the tender taste from inside yet tastes crispy Tandoori Fish from Chandigarh- The tandoori fish tikka is a famous non-vegetarian snack and made in Indian style on BBQ or grill. The fish doesn't lose the tender taste from inside yet tastes crispy

Tandoori Fish from Chandigarh- The tandoori fish tikka is a famous non-vegetarian snack and made in Indian style on BBQ or grill. The fish doesn't lose the tender taste from inside yet tastes crispy

Jetty Roll from Daman Diu- Eggs are broken on a paratha and both are then cooked together. Apparently, this is found only in one stall in Daman. Jetty Roll from Daman Diu- Eggs are broken on a paratha and both are then cooked together. Apparently, this is found only in one stall in Daman.

Jetty Roll from Daman Diu- Eggs are broken on a paratha and both are then cooked together. Apparently, this is found only in one stall in Daman.

Paunk Bhel from Dadra & Nagar Haveli-  To make this bhel combine paunk, maide ki papdi, onion, tomato, potato, green chutney, garlic chutney, lemon juice, fresh coriander leaves Paunk Bhel from Dadra & Nagar Haveli-  To make this bhel combine paunk, maide ki papdi, onion, tomato, potato, green chutney, garlic chutney, lemon juice, fresh coriander leaves

Paunk Bhel from Dadra & Nagar Haveli- To make this bhel combine paunk, maide ki papdi, onion, tomato, potato, green chutney, garlic chutney, lemon juice, fresh coriander leaves

Creole Crevette, Pondicherry -  Pondicherry food is largely influenced by French cuisine. This dish tastes just awesome  and the ingredients used are tomatoes, and turmeric powder, salt, curry leaves, yoghurt & coconut milk Creole Crevette, Pondicherry -  Pondicherry food is largely influenced by French cuisine. This dish tastes just awesome  and the ingredients used are tomatoes, and turmeric powder, salt, curry leaves, yoghurt & coconut milk

Creole Crevette, Pondicherry - Pondicherry food is largely influenced by French cuisine. This dish tastes just awesome and the ingredients used are tomatoes, and turmeric powder, salt, curry leaves, yoghurt & coconut milk

The final series of the travel food tale is here! I hope you have enjoyed the journey and have been able to appreciate the variety which our Indian cuisine has. The kitchens of India is vibrant not only in the matter of colours but also taste!
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