Eateries of Nagpur –
Nagpur is famous for its huge variety of cuisines available for food lovers. From freshest and juiciest oranges to authentic Maharashtrian thaali, one can find varieties of taste from place to place. Street foods are also the major attraction here other than the restaurants. Street food includes Chaats, Pani Puri, Indianized version of Chinese noodles and Manchurian and more.
State’s Special cuisine
Maharashtrian cuisines , ranging from mild to really spicy food to tasty desserts . The most famous cuisines of Maharashtra are Vada Pav (Potato filled cutlets with Buns), Misal (A spicy gravy of pulses garnished with onions), Onion fries, etc. are the etc. are the everyday food of the people here and are items with which the state cuisine is identified. The staple diet includes, rice, Dal, chapattis and a vegetable dish generally accompanied by pickle for taste.
A heterogeneous and vibrant mix of cultures derived from the people with diverse backgrounds who move here, gives the cuisine here countless varieties, with absolutely nothing that you cannot find here. Each of these diverse and colourful elements and cuisine styles find themselves a unique place in the state’s menu.
Typically, a South-Indian breakfast will lead to a Maharashtrian lunch, a Gujarati snack and end with a Punjabi Dinner. Add a Bengali sweet if you want. This is how Maharashtra borrows food cultures from all over and makes them its own.
Puran Da Dhaba (North-Indian)
Barbecue Restaurant(North-Indian, Chinese, Mediterranean)
Krishnum (South-Indian, North-Indian, Chinese)
Location: Telangkhedi Lake, beside Hanuman Mandir
Been there for: 51 years
Timing: 8 am to 10 pm
USP: At this popular joint, samosas are served along with curd and chatni. This 51-year-old institution has never compromised with the taste and quality. The moong pakodas are equally well-made here.
Location: Sitabuldi Chowk
Been there for: 125 years
Timing: 7 am to 10 pm
USP: The mouth-watering pakodas and samosas here are served along with imli chatni and dahi. Keeping the Jain customers in mind, all the dishes here are prepared without onion and garlic.
Aside: One of the oldest joints, the taste of the dishes here has been consistent over the decades. Families throng Here in abundance to savour the taste of the pakodas and samosas.
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