Agra, a beautiful city in Uttar Pradesh is not only famous for Taj Mahal but also for its budget friendly street food options. Here, we bring you a list of street food in Agra which you must try on your next visit:
Panchi Petha, Hari Parwat Crossing
Agra’s petha has remained the mouthwatering dish for almost all the generations. So, if you aren’t sure about the best authentic shop selling pethas head to Panchi Petha at Hari Parwat crossing Kesari. It’s really tough finding the important petha shop in Agra where other petha shop claims themselves to be the real Panchi Petha.
Other popular shops selling pethas in Agra are Bhimsain Baidyanath and Pracheen Petha. If you’re trying to find more options aside from pethas then head to Bikanervala, Bhagat Halwai, Deviram, and Gopaldas. Brijwasi is also a popular shop in Agra.
What’s special: Pan, Angoori Petha, Chocolate Petha, and Kesar Petha
Ram Babu Parantha Bhandar, Gopal Bazar
Ram Babu Parantha Bhandar is where people find the famous street food in Agra. The local food joint in Gopal Bazar gained popularity after being discovered by Jiggs Kalra within the early 1990s. they need another branch, which is run by Ram Babu’s brother Harishankar Khandelwal at National Highway No. 1, next to Sikandra.
What’s special: Deep fried hot paranthas with pickles and mashed veggies
Mama Chicken a.k.a. Mama Frankie, Sadar Bazar
Managed by father-son duo Himanshu and Rahul Sachdeva at Sadar Bazar within the Cantonment, is also a very famous spot in Agra. This place is the answer to all of your cravings for lip-smacking food within the streets of Agra. Known for its classical chicken kebab wraps, mutton, and chicken seekh kebabs, this is often where you head to after dark in Agra.
What’s special: Shaami kebabs, mutton kebabs, shawarmas and kebab wraps
Chaat Gali, Sadar Bazar
Being more specific, if you would like to taste all the famous street food in Agra, head to Chaat Gali. This place is thronged with many street food shops. And there within the crammed bylanes of Sadar Bazaar are the famous Agra Chat House and Shri Agrawal Chat House. The thick and creamy yogurt here within the stalls of the chat gali is worth a mention. The chutney and spicy waters at Agrawal’s also are worth a mention.
What’s special: Kelaji’s bhel puri, Kelaji and Panditji’s rabdiwali kulfi
Deviram Sweets, Pratap Pura
Start your morning with the legendary bedai – one among the road food in Agra, and alongside is the famous aloo-sabzi here. Sum it up with crispy jalebis and your day’s made.
What’s special: Kachori, samosas, badam milk, and lassi