Spot 1 : Rambabu Paratha Bhandar
This shop was started in the year 1930 by Mr. Rambabu Khandelwal, after whom the shop has got its name. With almost 85 years of experience, today the third generation is running the shop and offers around 16 varieties of Parathas served with two types of curries, chutney and pickles.
Spot 2 : Mama Franky House
Mama Franky is also situated in Sadar Bazaar, just a few steps away from Chaat Gali. Mama Chicken & Franky House, also known as the paradise for kebabs lovers has live barbeque stations. One can see the cooking demo of Rumali Roti (also known as the flying bread), Butter Naan, Chicken Tikka, Mutton Seekh Kebab, Soya Chaap and many more.
Himanshu Sachdeva, the owner of Mama Franky House started up with a single joint, but now
because of its popularity & increased demand, has more than 7 joints in the same place. The
food joint has also been awarded with the ‘Certificate of Excellence’ from Tripadvisor for four
consecutive years and has also been featured on Lonely Planet India.
Spot 3 : Chaat Gali
Chat Gali in Sadar Bazaar is a paradise for Indian food lovers. This street serves a whole range of North Indian dishes all round the year. People jostle for space in some of these areas. One can see people of all age groups eating at famous food joints. Rajesh Chaurasia, who runs Agra Chaat House, one of the most famous chaat shops in the street, says, “Not only the locals but also tourists love spending their evenings in Sadar Bazaar, as the market offers both great food and shopping opportunities. Tourists going to the Taj Mahal make it a point to come here. Street food at Sadar is one of the main attractions for tourists visiting Agra.” Few of the offerings of the Chaat Gali are Aloo Tikki, Dahi Gunjiya, Moong ki Dal ka Cheela, Golgappe, Aloo Chaat, Bhel Puri, Badam Pista Kulfi etc. If you have never tasted the famous chaat of Agra before, Agra Food Trail is here to fulfill your scrumptious desires.
Spot 4 : Deviram Restaurant
Deviram is around 70 years old sweet shop, known for its taste and quality of food. The old shop is situated at the Pratapura Circle, near Sadar Bazaar. It was founded by Mr. Deviram Prasad. Amongst the very famous food items of Agra is Bedai, a variant of Kachori, served with spicy potato curry and curd (yoghurt) along with Jalebi. It is the staple breakfast for city residents who gather at sweet shops and local vendors for their share every morning. Another famous delicacy offered by Deviram are it’s Samosas. One can see a large number of people enjoying delicious Samosas in the evening after a hectic day at work. Samosas are made up of white flour covering and st￭ potatoes and are deep fried to get that mouth-watering taste, which it is worldwide famous for.
Spot 5 : Panchhi Petha
For sweet-tooth-connoisseurs, Panchhi Petha store brings forth wide variety of Petha Sweets and Namkeen. It is the most reckoned Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of huge assortment of Petha, Petha Gulab Ladoo, Kancha Petha, Kesar Angoori Petha, Kesar Petha, Dry Cherry Petha, Lal Petha, Coconut Petha, Pan Petha, Rasbhari Petha, Sandwich Petha Santra Petha, Dry Petha, Doda Petha, Chocolate Petha, Cherry Mango Petha, Angoori Petha. The other products of this world-known Petha brand are dal moth and gajak, which are also appreciated for their lip-smacking taste. Made with high quality raw ingredients, the offered sweets are sure to allure everyone with their irresistible appearance and tempting flavor.
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