8 Must-Try Street Food in Gurgaon For A Flavourful Experience

8 Must-Try Street Food in Gurgaon For A Flavourful Experience

Discover the vibrant flavors of Gurgaon's street food scene. Indulge in delicious and diverse culinary delights right off the streets.

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Gurgaon is famous for its high-rise corporate buildings, bustling nightlife, and beautiful cafes. But the city has more to offer than its glamorous city life, its street food. Gurgaon has many places that offer delicious street food.

The city is not all about expensive cafes and clubs but also a hub of delicious street food. If you were unaware of the same, read the blog till the end to discover the top 8 must-try street food in Gurgaon for a delicious experience.

Pyare Lal Amritsari

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If you’re a fan of kulchas, you must try Amritsari kulcha at Pyare Lal Amritsari. It’s one of the best street foods in Gurgaon; it’s oil-free and crispy with soft dough inside. Served with delicious chola curry, onions, and pickles, Amritsari Kulcha tastes heavenly.
The stuffed kulcha is then cooked in a tandoor, a traditional clay oven, until it is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It is usually served hot with a side of chole, a spicy chickpea curry, and pickles or chutneys giving it a mouth-watering flavour. It is a famous street food in Gurgaon because of its crispy texture served with flavourful chole.

Must try dishes: Amritsari Kulcha, Tawa Kulcha 

Average cost for two: Rs 250

Timings: 7:30 am – 5:30 pm

Location: Sector 25, Sarhol, Gurgaon

Monu Kachoriwala

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We all love kachoris and puris, and this place serves some best kachoris and puris in Gurgaon. This place is famous for its bedmi poori and aloo ki sabzi. If you’re craving some crispy and masaledar snacks, Monu Kachoriwala’s bedmi poori and sabzi can fill your appetite.
Served with onions and pickles, kachoris and pooris taste delicious. The menu at Monu Kachoriwala includes a wide range of kachoris, including the classic pyaaz kachori, which is made with a filling of onions and spices; the aloo kachori, which is made with a filling of potatoes and spices; and the moong dal kachori, which is made with a filling of yellow lentils and spices.

Must try dishes: Kachori, Poori sabzi 

Average cost for two: approx Rs 200

Timings: 7 am – 3 pm

Location: Sadar Bazar, Gurugram

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Sardar Ji Jalebi Wale

Sweet cravings in Gurgaon? Look no further than Sardar Ji Jalebi Wale at Roshan Pura. Indulge in the hot & crispy jalebis and satisfy your sweet tooth. The flavour of saffron and cinnamon makes them one of the most delightful street food in Gurgaon. 

Must try dishes: Jalebi

Average cost for two: approx Rs 150 

Timings: 9 am – 10 pm

Location: Jacobpura Rd, Gopal Nagar, Adarsh Nagar, Roshan Pura, Gurugram

Sham Sweets

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Sham Sweets is the go-to place for all your street food cravings. They serve everything from samosa to gulab jamun, and each tastes amazing. This place is among the famous street food joints in Gurgaon, so don’t miss out on Sham sweets while exploring Gurgaon’s street food.

Must try dishes: All types of Indian sweets 

Average cost for two:  approx Rs 200

Timings: 7:30 am – 9:30 pm

Location: Sohna Adda, near Shona Chowk, Sadar Bazar, Gurugram

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Baljee Restaurant

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Another delicious spot for a variety of street foods is Baljee restaurant. Starting from their hot tikki or gol gappa, you can choose from snacks such as papdi chaat, chole bhature, kachori etc. In the sweets, you have gulab jamun, rasgulla, and jalebi just to name a few.
Apart from the food, Baljee Restaurant is also known for its warm and friendly service, as well as its comfortable seating and ambiance. Whether you’re looking for a quick lunch or a leisurely dinner, Baljee Restaurant is a great option for delicious and satisfying North Indian and Mughlai cuisine in Gurgaon. If you want to fill your appetite with street food, Baljee restaurant is the place to go.

Must try dishes: Chana Bhatura, Chole Bhature, Samosa

Average cost for two: approx Rs 200

Timings: 8 am – 9 pm

Location: Sadar Bazar, Roshan Pura, Gurugram,

Annapurna Bhandar

Annapurna Bhandar serves one of the best dosas in Gurgaon. If you love South Indian cuisine and want delicious idlis and dosas on a budget, Annapurna Bhandar is the place to go. Their dosas are crispy and crunchy, served with flavourful sambhar and chutney, giving delight to the tongue. Try dosa here while exploring street foods in Gurgaon.

Must try dishes: Butter masala dosa, Hollywood special chowmein 

Average cost for two: approx Rs 200 

Timings: 8 am – 9 pm

Location: Sadar Bazar, Roshan Pura, Gurgaon

Bhola Chaat Bhandar

If you’re looking for light and crispy street food, visit Bhola Chaat Bhandar for their tasty gol-gappas and tikkis. The gol-gappas will delight your tongue with fresh and flavourful water and filling, and the hot & crispy tikkis with dahi and chutney will give you a flavour to remember. Do check out this place while exploring Gurgaon.
Apart from chaat, the restaurant also serves other popular North Indian street food dishes such as samosas, chole bhature, and parathas. The food is prepared fresh and served hot, and the restaurant has a loyal following of customers who swear by their delicious and authentic flavors. It is a must-visit for anyone looking to experience the vibrant and flavorful world of Indian street food.

Must try dishes: Golgappe, Dahi Bhalla, Papdi chaat 

Average cost for two: approx Rs 200 

Timings: 9 am – 9:30 pm

Location: Jail Road, Gurgaon

Mangle Di Kulfi

Street foods are incomplete without kulfi, you can find many joints serving tasty kulfis in Gurgaon, but Mangle di Kulfi tastes heavenly and is available in many flavours such as chocolate, paan, and sitaphal, just to name a few. Try these delightful flavours at Mangle di Kulfi while exploring Gurgaon.
Apart from kulfi, Mangle Di Kulfi also serves other desserts such as falooda, rabri, and phirni. The desserts are made fresh and are served chilled, making them a perfect treat on a hot day. Try these delightful flavours at Mangle di Kulfi while exploring Gurgaon.

Must try dishes: Kesar malai kulfi, Paan kulfi 

Average cost for two: Approx Rs 200 

Timings: 11 am – 11 pm

Location: Sector 7, Gurugram

Bombay Best Pav Bhaji 

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Another street food stall in Sector 4 of Gurgaon, Bombay Best Pav Bhaji has been dishing out delicious little snacks. They put up their stall in an open area with seating arrangements that allow customers to savor their treats comfortably. The place has such a lovely atmosphere that you would want to return for more of their delicious pav bhajis, which are the ideal savory dish with an abundance of butter to make it more memorable. If you are someone who cannot live without delicious street cuisine, then this is the place for you. 

Must try dishes: Pav Bhaji 

Average cost for two: approx Rs 300

Timings: Monday – Saturday: 2 pm – 10 pm

Sunday: 10 am – 11 pm

Location: Sector 4, Huda Market 

Kishu Di Hatti 

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To have a wonderful bowl of what we like to call a samosa chaat, you should crush KDH’s samosa and add chole, chutney, and onion. Kishu Di Hatti is one of those restaurants that specialize in serving a small number of dishes really well and has gained recognition for them as well. Remember to pick up some of their delicious dhodha barfi on your trip home. 

Must try dishes: Chana Samosa, Daal Kachori

Average cost for two: approx Rs 200

Timings: 9 am – 10:15 pm

Location: New Colony, Sector 7

Pappu Fish 

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Due to its delicious, juicy, and mouthwatering fish tikka and fish fry, Pappu Fish Corner has become popular with the public. There are crowds of people that make in and out of a busy crowd every evening since 1978 in order to put in an order at this tiny little restaurant. And it’s worth the effort. Their fish is of such high quality and flavor that any lover of seafood will go crazy. 

Must try dishes: Fish Fry, Fish Tikka

Average cost for two: approx Rs 400

Timings: 5 pm – 10:30 pm (Tuesday Closed)

Location: Near Raj Mahal Hotel, Sector 7

Jittu’s Paratha Corner 

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This is just a little Maggi point. Just a little stall without even a phone number. Loved by its customers for years, this underrated spot in Gurgaon has remained a favourite. You may have the most delicious Maggi and satisfying paranthas ever at this food stand outside the Park Plaza Hotel, tucked away near the Huda Metro Station. Along with a lot of love, butter—the most crucial ingredient with which they create their parathas and Maggi. 

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Must try dishes: Aloo Paratha, Butter Maggi 

Average cost for two: approx Rs 200 

Timings: 8 pm – 4 am

Location: Near Huda City Centre Metro Station

Conclusion

This was all about the delicious street food in Gurgaon. We’ve covered only the 8 best places for street food you can explore all around the city to taste the delight. If you find something interesting, do let us know in the comments.

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