Indian food is pretty much famous for its taste, especially their spicy street food. It’s roadside Pani puri, bhel, chaat, pakoras and other variety of delights, are hard to resist. The delicious tangy taste of its street food is sold on the streets by hawkers and vendors in portable stalls or carts. They have a lot of wide range of delightful dishes to offer at the roadside.
Each region in India be it North, or South, East or West, have their own special treat to offer in their own unique way. Not only Indians but even Canadians are a huge fan of Indian street food. Being aware of this fact, we at Sula Indian restaurant are happy to bring the Indian street delights to you, in Vancouver BC.
Here, are mouth-watering Indian food dishes for the Vancouver residents which you can savor at Sula Indian:
1. Onion Bhajia
Perhaps one of the best ways to serve as a starter or sider is onion bhajia. The word bhajia means fritter, which is actually a small part of the larger family of pakora. They’re almost ethereally light and addictive, and they’re also very pleasing, not to mention. Anyone who loves street food should enjoy the pungent flavor of the yellow onion with some tamarind chutney.
Samosa is a fried savory filling with spiced potatoes, peas, meat, onion and variety of other things. Mostly you will find samosas in triangular form or cone. It has sweet or spicy fillings which you definitely can’t resist from savoring these delicious fillings. Samosas are often served with green chutney.
Pakora is also an Indian subcontinent-born sort of fitter. Both restaurants and even street vendors serve this famous dish with some green or tamarind chutney. It is a mixture of finely chopped onion, green chillis and spices mixed in gram meal, rolled in hot oil or deep-fried. Sometimes also sprinkled with chaat masala. From the outside, they are very crispy while from the inside they are medium soft.
4. Paneer Pakora
Paneer Pakora is an Indian street food made from a variety of spices in a gram flour batter, crisp golden paneer and then deep-fried. They are available in a variety of other ingredients such as corn flour, chaat masala, cottage cheese and many other. So, when you visit our authentic Indian food in Vancouver.
5. Chaat Mixed Platter
Chaat is one of the most savory snacks of India which is usually served as a starter or sider at a restaurant. Chaat mixed platter is a blending of potato, onions, tomatoes, chicken, papdi and variety of Indian spices. These elements are blended with chutney on it. Lastly, a handful of sev is sprinkled all over the plate along with some chaat masala.
6. Tandoori Wings
Spicy tandoori wings is a staple food made from yogurt, Indian spices, and chicken wings. A mixture of tandoori and creamy spices is served in the Tandoori wings. So, if you are craving for some crispy baked Indian food this is precisely what your taste buds are looking for.
7. Papri Chat
This Hindustani dish is probably known as Papri chaat, papdi chaat or papri chaat. If you like crunchy, tangy, hot, sweet flavor combined together, you will unquestionably like this Indian road food. Papri chaat makes a gratifying snack or even a great alternative to a meal. It’s a yummy snack assorted with an amazing crunchy base of puri with lip-smacking chutneys, veggies, chaat masala, and curd.
Now, since we have shared the list of Indian street food dishes, why not try them out at one of the most loved Indian restaurants in Vancouver. Visit Sula Indian restaurant in Vancouver, where we serve these scrumptious Indian dishes or order one at home. Besides these, pav bhaji, vada pav, poha (puffed rice), etc are some popular Indian street food as well.
If you are a fan of the spicy Hindustani street food, you can visit Sula Indian Restaurant in Vancouver BC. At Sula, we have expertise in Indian food making and you will find a variety of meals & drinks that are globally acclaimed by Indian food lovers. Try out a melange of exotic spices and ingredients in a foreign country with us today!