If you enjoy the cuisine, Chatori Gali is the perfect location to eat street food. This place is also known as the “Street Food Hub” of Lucknow. This place serves a wide range of food, including pizza, kulfi, chaat, tandoori chicken, and whatnot. While there are many trends in food, some dishes never go out of style.
1. Tandoori Chai
If you are a chai lover, this place will satisfy your cravings. When the cup is boiling, it is removed from the coal furnace and filled with sweet milky chai, which foams and sizzles. This tea is then poured into another kulhad and served, as a result, it acquires smokey, earthy aromas, with possible sugar caramelization. It’s delightfully, if not significantly, different and makes for a fun presentation.
Several vegetarian eaters vouch for the delicious appetizer known as soya chaap. Chaap is a soy product that tastes and feels like meat and has a rich, juicy texture. Even more, it is available in a wide range of mouthwatering flavours. There are hundreds of different types of chaap that you can try, including spicy chaap, kurkuri chaap, Punjabi chaap, and more. Malai soya chaap is one of these well-liked varieties. The texture of malai soya chaap, as the name says, is creamy, delicious, and succulent, tantalising your taste senses.
A mixture of vegetables, such as cabbage, carrots, and capsicum, are stuffed into jini dosa and partially fried with schezwan sauce, chili sauce, tomato ketchup, and various Indian spice mixes. When the dosa is prepared, grated cheese is added and garnished with cheese. In the end, you get a delicious, crispy, cheesy jini dosa with a spicy, sour, sweet flavor and the crunchiness of the vegetables. The cheese flavor is detectable and complements the vegetables quite well.
Tandoori momos are mouth-watering steamed dumplings marinated in a flavorful blend of Indian spices and stuffed with crunchy vegetables or chicken. They are then crisply fried in a tandoor and served with fiery garlic chutney and mayonnaise. These tandoori momos will surely make you crazy.
As the national dish of India, biryani is available in many forms. The most popular biryani is the dum style, cooked with layers of rice and gravy. But there is also a unique and elegant technique to prepare these exotic foods, and matka biryani is one of them. It is renowned for its flavor and beauty.
6.Mix fruit Ice Cream
Rolled mix fruit ice cream is very similar to no-churn ice cream, which requires natural fruit ingredients rubbed on a roller, and it gets its sweetness from the sweetened condensed milk. It’s softer than traditional ice cream but very creamy, fruity, delicious, and a unique way to enjoy your favorite frozen dessert with fun toppings and additions.
Masala Shikanji, a well-known and classic spiced variant of Indian lemonade, is sweet and delectable. This revitalizing, energetic, and delicious lemon-based beverage is tart, sweet, and spicy. Take a sip of this tangy and energizing masala soda, also known as masala shikanji, to escape the sweltering sun. One of the most lovely things you can do during the summer is to sip ice-cold Indian-style sweet and spicy lemonade on a hot day.
8.Chicken Boti Roll
The Paratha Roll is a must-have while discussing street food. It’s difficult to resist this tasty street food because it’s so straightforward. With some onions and a spicy yogurt or chutney filling, chicken in the form of boti rolled in a paratha.
9.Street Style Pizza
A traditional blend of Italian cuisine and Indian Desi flavors is street-style pizza, a hot, freshly made flatbread disc topped with many ingredients, such as oregano, tomato, olives, mozzarella or other cheese, and many more, as well as a strong dose of Indian spices.
Kulfi is a well-known, delectable dairy dish that is creamier and smoother since made with rich milk. These days, they come up in flavors, including apple, falooda, strawberry, mango, and others. They are so thick and dense that they don’t melt readily. There are several different types of kulfi, including falooda kulfi, rose kulfi, pista kulfi, badam kulfi, and kesar kulfi.
A tornado potato is a spiral-cut whole potato deep-fried and seasoned with onion, cheddar, or honey. It resembles a French fry. There are sausages intermixed in versions. Potato tornadoes have different names Tornado fries and twisted potatoes.
12.Pani Ke Batashe
A hollow, crispy-fried puff ball stuffed with potato, chickpeas, onions, spices, and flavoring water—typically tamarind, mint, hot garlic, asafoetida, and zesty lime—is popped into one’s mouth whole to make the famous bite-size chaat known as pani ke batashe (also known as gol gappa).
The popularity of shawarma is exceptionally high in Lebanon in the Middle East. Shawarma is now a well-known street meal as well. It consists of thinly sliced chicken pieces packed within a sizable flatbread or pita that has been heated or steamed. Foods like hummus, tahini, pickles, vegetables, and even french fries are placed within the pita and served with fresh mayo.
If you are a hardcore momos lover and can have them at any given point in time and these Kurkure momos are going to blow up your mind; they have a crunchy and crispy outside crust with juicy and flavourful stuffing inside best eaten with hot, served with mayo and fiery red chutney.
Meetha Paan is a mouth-freshening snack made from betel leaves filled with a variety of sweet jam-like spreads and crunchy snacks like tutti-frutti, cherries, chopped dates, etc.
Kulhad Pizza is a delicious starter. It is a tasty blend of pizza prepared and served in kullad the old-fashioned way (clay pot). Pizza stuffed with paneer and vegetables. A prepared dish, this pizza can be served as an appetizer or a snack at a gathering, celebration, or special occasion.
Bhel puri is a well-known street snack consisting of crispy puffed rice mixed with onions, tomatoes, roasted peanuts, sweet tamarind chutney, hot, spicy garlic chutney, sev, and chaat masala. Coriander leaves, crunchy sev, and crushed papdis are the final garnishes. A bhel puri has many versions in several different ways. The simplest is the sukha bhel, also known as dry bhel, which uses just one type of chutney, sukhi chutney or dry chutney.
Thick gravy with spiced mashed vegetables topped with butter and served with bread is known as pav bhaji. Potatoes, onions, carrots, chilies, peas, bell peppers, tomatoes, and other vegetables are in curries. Curry is typically prepared on a flat griddle (tava) and served hot by street vendors.
A milkshake or smoothie is a sweet beverage made by mixing milk, ice cream, and flavors or sweeteners like butterscotch, caramel sauce, chocolate syrup, fruit syrup, or whole fruit into a thick, sweet, and chilly mixture.
The flavors of dahi puri combine sweet, sour, acidic, and spicy elements! This well-liked chaat snack has a crispy outside and a mushy inside. Together with the spicy red chile chutney, sweet tamarind chutney, and green cilantro chutney, there are boiled potato cubes.