Tag: India

Vasant Vihar, IN: Street Food Fiesta

From seekh dog - curried minced mutton to masala mac-n-cheese, brace yourself to savour dozens of authentic original recipes and international specialties with a twist.

New Delhi, IN: Dilli Delights

From Ratan ki jalebi to Daulat ki chat, the ongoing Dilli Ke Pakwaan food festival has a rich collection of signature dishes from the Walled City

Hyderabad, IN: The Rewards of Cleanliness

M. Vijay Kumar, a food vendor, sees an increase in business after he maintained hygiene — both personal as well as in the cooking process

Hyderabad, IN: Street Food as A Tool of Women’s Empowerment

Street food vending can be used to create livelihood security for marginalised women in the city. But to achieve this there has to be better policy initiatives,

Hyderabad, IN: Street Vendors Whip Up A Recipe for Success

Street food joints cater to a majority of people in the city and if these outlets are removed, the cost that one has to bear and the effort that one has to put in scouting for affordable food would be huge.

New Delhi, IN: Rude Food – The Cuisine of the Street

Give me caviar, give me white truffles and give me the greatest hits of Heston Blumenthal and Ferran Adrià, and I’ll probably be diverted for a while.. But after a brief flirtation, I will return to my first love: chaat.

New Delhi, IN: Roadside Relish

EATING OUT Soi Thai at Basant Lok Market specialises in the street food of Thailand

New Delhi, IN: A Riot of Street Flavours from Across the Nation

The festival had a spread of over 200 street food varieties in 50 stalls from States such as Rajasthan, West Bengal, Delhi, Kerala and Punjab. What’s more, in keeping with the true spirit of globalisation, even Chinese and continental food sold on Indian streets was showcased.

New Delhi, IN: Celebrating Street Food of India

The three-day festival has been organised by the National Association of Street Vendors of India. Describing street food as the best in the world.

Scam: Vaccine Cards Sold as Scrap & Turned Into Paper Plates for Street Food...

There's more on the paper plate that holds that spicy samosa