The West Bengal street food culture caters to a wide spectrum of tastes, providing a diversity of textures and gastronomic sensations.

Dipak Jaiswal                      14 Dec 2023

 A texture and flavor explosion with skewers, grilled meat or veggies in a paratha with onions, cilantro, and chutneys.

Kathi Roll

Kathi Roll

Crispy spheres of mashed potatoes, chickpeas, and sour tamarind water promise a savory and messy treat.

Phuchka

Phuchka

 A Bengali snack made of puffed rice, peanuts, onions, chilies, and coriander leaves that is light, crispy, and tasty.

Jhal Muri

Jhal Muri

A filling black chickpea stew with onions, tomatoes, and spices, sometimes eaten with deep-fried luchi.

Ghugni

Ghugni

A flaky paratha filled with rich minced beef, providing a sumptuous and gratifying culinary experience.

Mughlai Paratha

Mughlai Paratha

Deep-fried lentil fritters, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, served with chutneys or as a snack on their own.

Urad Dal Vada

Urad Dal Vada

A crispy, juicy, and flavorful quick bite of Bengali-style chicken cutlet seasoned in spices, covered with breadcrumbs, and deep-fried to perfection.

Chicken Cutlet

Chicken Cutlet

While in West Bengal, don't miss out on these delectable street delicacies, each of which tells a unique culinary story about the region.

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