Tasty Tuesday: Darjeeling Street Foods

Whenever I travel I put my special interest in trying local cuisines especially those foods which are sold on streets. I try street foods for a number of reasons, One is that they are reasonably priced and delicious than the foods which are sold in restaurants and other is to experience ethnic cuisines and also for nostalgia.
These pictures are taken in my recent trip to ‘Queen of Hill stations’ Known as ‘Darjeeling’. The time I spent in there was very less but still I tried some of the local street foods in chauk Bazaar Road, Darjeeling. Thought these are worth sharing.

Charming Lady feeding the streets of Darjeeling..

Charming Lady feeding the streets of Darjeeling..

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9 thoughts on “Tasty Tuesday: Darjeeling Street Foods

  1. The oddest street food for me was having Aloo ki sabzi and Bedvi in Shillong. It was totally unexpected to find Delhi’s favourite street breakfast that far east.

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