What makes Madhya Pradesh a destination worth your attention, is the fact that it is filled with encompassing natural beauty, rustic villages, magnificent forts and a thriving wildlife unlike any other state in India. But Madhya Pradesh’s culinary culture is something worth taking some time out exploring it in detail.
When it comes to a food trail, the best place that one can start with is Bhopal. Not that huge on the travel map, Bhopal hides a lot of amazing charms that will keep your taste buds craving for more. Whether it is Suleimani Chai or non-vegetarian delights of Chatori Gali, everything is out of the world.
How to plan your food trail of Bhopal
The history of Bhopal goes back to hundreds of years. Today, the rustic old charms of the city lie in Old Bhopal. This is where you should be visiting to explore the delicacies.
Start your trip with a cup of Suleimani Chai – India thrives on tea and the different ways it is prepared. Suleimani Chai is one such variety that is both salty and sweet in taste as it uses hints of sugar and salt after which a generous dollop of cream is added in the final preparation. A cup is enough to open your senses for the day. Suleimani Chai is a famous secret of Old Bhopal only found at Jamal Bhai’s tea shop. Ask anyone for Itawara Chowk and people will give you the directions.