Varanasi, India's spiritual capital, is a foodie's paradise, with its historic temples and thriving street food culture.

28 Dec 2023 Dipak Jaiswal 

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Varanasi favorite, serves crispy kachoris with spiced lentils, a savory vegetable curry, and sour chutneys.

Kachori Sabzi

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Varanasi blends fluffy samosas with a spicy chickpea stew, resulting in a delectable combination of crunchy, soft, and scorching.

Chola Samosa

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melt-in-your-mouth delicacy, is made with thickened milk, cream, almonds, and cardamom for a rich yet delicately sweet flavor.


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yogurt-based drink, with fresh lassi flavored with seasonal fruits or nuts, providing a wonderful palate cleanser.


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 tangy and spicy tomato chaat, entices chaat enthusiasts with its explosive tastes and varied textures.

Tamatar Chaat

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 Rajasthani meal popular in Varanasi that consists of little wheat balls grilled over charcoal and served with a spicy mashed potato and eggplant sauce.

Baati Chokha

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 brings the street food adventure to a close with crispy Jalebis soaked in creamy Rabri, resulting in a delicious and gratifying sweet delight.

Rabri Jalebi

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