The millennium city of Odisha Cuttack is known for its silver filigree works its rich, unique culture, and yes the yummy and delicious foods. Whether you’re a local, non-resident, or just a tourist to the city, you can’t escape the aroma of the street foods in the city. Katkians have a thing for street foods, which is evident from the insanely crowded fast food stalls located across the city.
Over years, the city has witnessed the infiltration of many restaurants, hotels, and even leading food chains. But despite the invasion of pizzas, burgers, and sandwiches, the popular madness for desi street foods has remained largely unscathed. Be it the mouth-watering Gupshup, Dahi-Bara, or Chat as you go past the food vendors on your way is enough to drive you crazy. During the festive season, the gathering at the street food centers increases in multiples. Let’s check the hot street foods which add flavors to the joyful festive season of Silver City.
Dahibara Aludam: Cuttack ” The Silvercity of Odisha ” is famous for Dahibara (Dahiwada). The stalls & mobile Dahi bara wallas are found in each and corner of the city. Though the yummy Dahi bara is found in almost every part of Odisha the Silvercity is famous for it.
Gupchup: Gupchup, the most famous food of the state popularly known as Golgoppa or panipuri across India. Gupchup stalls are mostly found on the roadside of the city. Mostly near parks, shopping malls, and river banks.
Cuttack Special Chat: Unlike Gupchup, Chat offers the same delicious flavor but in a colorful and spicy way. The way some street vendors decorate their Chat stall creates an illusion of some kind of artificial rainbow. The deep purple color of beetroot, the red tomato, the sweet pink onion, the mesmerizing green coriander, and the golden pampad create a visual treat. College square, Zobra Park, Haripur Chowk, Samanta Sahi are the famous locations for chat.
Apart from Chat, Gupchup, Dahiwada Aludam, there are a lot more varieties of street foods like noodles/chowmin, rolls, Wada, and a lot more. Just visit the silver city of Odisha this Puja and enjoy the famous Dussehra with delicious street foods.
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