Must Try Street Foods when Staying at Hotels in Surat near Railway Station

by Manish Kumar Marketing Head

Surat goes by several monikers such as the Clean City, the Silk City, or the Diamond City and this place has some amazing gastronomic delights for the visitors to enjoy. Dining in Surat is an experience to savor and the sheer variety of the street food is amazing to say the least. You would love the yummy Khamani and Khama, buttery paranthas, Dabeli, Dosa, and Handvos. When you are here do not forget to savour the unique platters that tickle your taste buds.

Delicious savouries made with interesting ingredients only in Surat

A take on the regular Khaman, this has a messed consistency in comparison but without any compromise with the related tastes. You are going to love the locha served with chutney and sev. Out on the streets you can have any number of variations of the locha such as cheese roll, Italian, or Schezwan version. Another street food to try when staying at hotels in Surat near railway station is the Undhiyu an authentic and spicy vegetables casserole, the yummy winter assortment with the recipe passed through generations. Traditionally the recipe uses earthenware pots for cooking stirring 8 specific vegetables in an upside-down manner.

Ponk vadas are delicious winter dish of crisp fritters made with jowar grain and it is simply irresistible especially when served with green chutney and spicy sev. Ghari is the sweet dish stuffed with various dry fruits and ghee made for Chandi Padwa, a special occasion that calls for celebrations.

There is no dearth of foodie delights during your Surat visit

When in Surat one thing is for sure, you become spoilt for choices as there is so much to taste and enjoy. The options are immense such as the sev khamni made with the chana dal and key ingredient contains a combination of sugar, chillies, ginger, and garlic designed to tickle taste buds of the individuals. Collegian is a snack delight named after the favorite chaat of college students and it contains the peanuts with sev garnishing.

You would also love the delectable Khichu spicy, simple, and healthy sanck loved across Gujarati made with rice flour steamed. This refers to the dough for making Khichiya or Rice papad and tastes extra delicious with oil and methi achar masala. Khaman dhokla with rassa is a spicy and tangy treat and this is another comparatively newer khaman version. Ice gola is a favorite with everyone and so is nan khatai, an Indian biscuit originating in Surat. When staying at hotels in Surat make sure to pack this for home.

The crispy bhajiyas can have various ingredients such as tomato, onion, and sweet potato among others and you can relish this on beachside. 

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