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Top 12 Food Options at Railway Stations across India, According to IRCTC!

Railway Station Food: As colorful and culturally diverse as the fabric of Indian society, train rides are When it comes to traveling and learning about Indian culture, India’s social fabric is rather colorful. Are you someone who likes to sample a variety of foods? Try your hand at some cooking at the Indian Railways! Yes, in addition to sampling delicacies at gated cafés, restaurants, or on the streets of various cities, one may also savor city-specific foods while cruising around in a vehicle.

With time, sanitization and technology at Indian railway stations have improved. Here are the top 12 foods that you absolutely must sample when passing through these train stops, according to the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC):

The Top 12 Restaurants at Indian Railway Stations!

Aloo Chaat at New Delhi railway station

Aloo chaat from Delhi is known all over the country for its taste and smell. It is made of shallow-fried potatoes mixed with spices, chutney, lemon juice, and other ingredients. Try these two local delicacies if you’re going through Mumbai’s Central Railway Station. because they accurately capture the spirit of the area and its inhabitants.

Lal Chai at  Guwahati Station

The beautiful tea estates in Assam, which produce some of the world’s best teas, attract tourists from all over the world. Lal chai is a must-try for visitors to Assam.

At Kharagpur Station try Aloo dum

Enjoy the aloo dum at Kharagpur Junction and the lip smacking flavor and zeal of the dish. The dish is prepared with a Bengali twist and will be an absolute star of your journey.

At Patna Junction Station, take the Litti-Chokha

Litti is a traditional Indian dish made with dough made from wheat flour and ghee.  There is also ground gram powder in this litti. Chokha is now made by mashing tomatoes, brinjals, garlic, and salt.

At Howrah Station, Sandesh

A must-try is Sandesh from the neighborhood sweet shops at Howrah Station. It is a mouthwatering, melt-in-your-mouth Indian treat at Howrah Station. It is a mouthwatering, melt-in-your-mouth Indian treat. It is also reputedly an old sweet from the 16th century, which makes it well worth trying.

Bareilly Station’s Moong Dal Pakoda

Bareilly is more than just a political hotbed. If you’re in the neighborhood, make sure to visit a food vendor near Bareilly Junction in Uttar Pradesh and purchase some fresh, fried pakoras to sate your appetite.

Cauliflower Pakoda

Ajmer Station’s Kadhi Kachori

Kadhi Kachori is a delicious union of crispy Kachori and dahi Kachori. You will be committing a sin if you pass by Ajmer Railway Station without trying Kadhi Kachori!

At Chennai Central Station, rava dosa

Visitors from outside of Tamil Nadu must try the rava dosa at Chennai Central Railway Station. On the platform, people sell both vegetable soups and crispy dosas with a variety of fillings.

Calicut Station Halwa Kozhikode

Calicut Station sells the purest Kozhikode halwa.  This Kerala halwa is prepared using coconut oil, flavorings, and dry fruits.

Chole Bhature, Jalandhar Station

Chole bhature is undoubtedly one of the most well-known meals among Punjabis, who are renowned for their love of cuisine.

At the Amritsar Station, Lassi

An excellent way to refuel before traveling to Punjab is to get lassi at the Amritsar Railway Station. Dry fruits, yogurt, and cream are all ingredients in this classic Punjabi beverage. Lassi is typically served with kulcha or paratha bread.

Keep this list handy, and don’t forget to sample these unique treats at least once while traveling by rail!

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