Agra- a prospered city of cultural heritage is also rich in the delightful taste of its local cuisines. The excursion is incomplete for a tourist without undertaking the food tour of Agra. From a local street food vendor to a reputed restaurant of the city, one is bound to get mesmerized by the aroma of the food. The delightful food tour of Agra would force one to make sudden swerves and get the feel of the aromatic and delicious food. From the tangy Dalmoth to an array of sweetmeats, food tour of Agra helps one get into the heart of the city through stomach. The famous dishes of Agra that one should try at least once are:
This salty and spicy savory is the treat for one's taste buds. This crispy and spicy traditional namkeen is made from nuts, fried lentils, spices and oil. It can be a take-away snack for those in a hurry. It is available in a sweet shop as well as on a vendor's cart.
BEDAI AND JALEBI
One of the famous dishes for breakfast, it tests our taste buds with its sweet and spicy mishmash. Bedai, a kind of kachori (round, fried bread) served with spicy potato curry does justice to the sugar coated jalebi. Served on the platter of leaves bedai and jalebis are consumed by the tourists at the street corner. The best place to relish this tasty blend of flavor is the street corner.
A city with the Mughal background seems meaningless without its kind of food. An amalgamation of ground and whole spices, nuts, dried fruits, cream, flavoured curries and roasted meat, the dish is the feather in the crown. To savour this delicacy, Rasam Restaurant, TajMahal Restaurant, Indiana and MG road are the appropriate places.
Surrounded by other spicy treat, parantha is deep pan-fried stuffed bread made from wheat. It is a typical North Indian dish. Rambabu Parantha Bhandar is the best place to try this cuisine.
After having a delightful meal, one always finds a mouthwatering dessert. Petha ends all the cravings. Agra is known for this sweetmeat made from white pumpkin and coated in sugar. This translucent confectionery can be soft, hard or chewy in consistency. It is usually floral in taste. Nowadays, it comes in different varieties, i.e., paan petha, kesar petha, angoori petha or chocolate petha. If food is your weakness, then undertake the food tour of Agra and let the taste play the trick.
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