Agra can’t be termed as really a place with many captivating architectures, at least I wouldn’t say so! So, there’s culture, tradition, clothes, and the most important, food of Agra, to talk about. Apart from discussing the mainstream eateries, let’s hit the lanes where we find the famous street food in Agra.The local delicacies prepared and served on the stalls in those clogged lanes taste the best. Therefore, everyone who has a taste for such road-side delicacies must check out the variety of street food in Agra.
Food in Agra is epitomized by the variety of Mughlai delicacies but there are tasty chaats, spicy dalmoth, cheela, tikki, kachori, and delicious petha all over the streets of Agra awaiting you. The succulent meat, with Mughlai influence, is evident in any shop selling non-vegetarian dishes here. And you’ll get ample of opportunities to savor the best in the town.
1. Panchi Petha, Hari Parwat crossing
Petha is the most prominent name that epitomizes Agra. Since the childhood days, Agra’s petha has remained the mouthwatering fantasy for me, and a lot of kids just like me! So, if you aren’t sure about the most authentic shop selling pethas head to Panchi Petha at Hari Parwat crossing Kesari. It’s really tough finding the genuine petha shop in Agra where other petha shop claims themselves to be the real Panchi Petha.
Other popular shops selling delicious pethas in Agra are Bhimsain Baidyanath and Pracheen Petha. If you are looking for more options other than pethas then head to Bikanervala, Bhagat Halwai, Deviram, and Gopaldas. Brijwasi is another popular sweet selling shop in Agra.
2. Ram Babu Parantha Bhandar, Gopal Bazar
Ram Babu Parantha Bhandar is where people go to savor the famous street food in Agra. The local food joint in Gopal Bazar gained popularity after being discovered by Jiggs Kalra in the early 1990s. They have another branch, which is run by Ram Babu’s brother Harishankar Khandelwal at National Highway No. 1, next to Sikandra