Top 9 Street food in nashik & their Eating Joints in Nashik
Street food is Popular across India and Street food in Nashik remains no exception.
When it comes to Food culture, you would find that Nashik has certain food joints that have built there place among the multiple food joints present in the city.
There is plethora of streets foods available with multiple street foods joints. Page 3 Nashik presents you with the glimpses top eateries in the City.
1) MISSAL PAAV
Missal Paav is one of the best street foods in Nashik. It’s is an authentic Maharashtrian snack, Nashik is renowned for its delicious Missal joints.
Nashikites flock at the favourite Missal joints on weekends to enjoy their spicy snack.
Some places where you can have the relishing Missal Paav in Nashik are –
- Hotel Vihar, Near K.V.N.Naik College, Gangapur Naka, Nashik
- Ambica Missal, Panchavati – a distinct taste of Black Garam Masala made in a very traditional way.
- Hotel Bhagwati, Panchawati Karanja
- Hotel Shamsunder, B Road, Satpur MIDC
- Hotel Sudarshan, Makhamalabad, Nashik.
2) VADA PAAV
Indian version of Burger, Vada Paav in Nashik is most common and well known snack available in almost every part of our country.
Vada Pav is a popular fast food from Maharastra that consists of a deep fried potato vada or fritter sandwiched between small, buttery, square bread slices or pav. The sandwich is often accompanied by coriander and mint chutney, dry garlic chutney and fried green chilies that add a significant amount of oomph and tang.
Places, where you would enjoy the best Vada Paavs in the city, are:
- Krishnai Vada Paav: Ashok Stambh
- Ambika Sweet Mart: Satpur, Ashok Nagar
- Sagar Sweets:College Road
- Jalaram Sweets:College Road
3) PAAV BHAJI
The Maharashtrian Fast Food originated from Mumbai has its presence in Nashik too. PavBhaji is a quick snack available on every nook & corner of the Nashik city.
It is a popular dish and One-pot meal comprising Bun (Paav) and a mixture of spicy vegetables (Bhaji).
Places, where you would find the mouth-watering Paav Bhaji in the city, are:
- Kulkarni’s Paav Bhaji; MG Road
- Mama’s Paav Bhaji; College Road
- Shree Krishna; College Road
- Poonam Paav Bhaji center; Nashik Road
Sabudana Wada originated in Maharahstra is a staple food during Hindu fasting. The crunchy vadas which simply melt in the mouth… leaving the stomach full while the tongue craves for more are famous in Nashik for its well-renowned joints since years which include name of ;
- Sayantara Sabudana Wada center
The assorted savoury snack typically served at the roadside is the Indian street food snack that is relished a lot in Nashik.
Chaat consists of a variety of dishes which are irresistibly spicy, tangy, crunchy and Yummy.
The famous places in Nashik that have been specialised in Chaat for years include names like:-
- Shaukeen Chaat; opp Nehru garden( famous for bhel and Jhataka Pani puri)
- Bhagwati Chat, below Patang Hotel
- Nandan Sweets, College road
A Traditionally sold on the streets of Nashik, Dabeli is another version of vada pav made with a sweet and spicy potato mixture topped with onion, pomegranate, fresh garlic chutney and sev and filled into a small Paav.
Dabeli also called as kutchi Dabeli or kachchhi Dabeli is a popular street food and can be easily found in the city.
If you like chaat then Dabeli is no exception, Dabeli is one of the best chaat recipes.
Places in Nashik serving best Dabeli are:
- Viju’s Dabeli center
- Jai Jalaram Kacchi Dabeli.
Youngsters are prefer on the way food which can be easily consumed everywhere without any wastage of time and money too.
A thin, fried, farcha-like batter coats the chicken patty that melts in your mouth is famous in the city.
Rolls are available in Veg and Non- veg both form which are finger-licking . Popular places where you can get very rolls are
- College Road
- Gangapur Road
- Trimurti Chauk
- Nashik Road
- Shalimar etc.
Basically, Momos belongs from Tibet and becoming popular in all over India, Nashik is also not an exception, and people can grab really great Momo’s and Thukpa in whole city (Tibetan noodle soup).
Momos are served with Sesame and Chili sauce.
- Canada Corner
- Behind B.Y.K. College.
Shawarma is a Levantine Arab recipe is a Middle Eastern version of a gyro and features thin slices of chicken mixed with yoghurt and wrapped in pita bread. Shawarma also refers to a pita bread sandwich or wrap made with Shawarma meat.
It is now a fast-food staple worldwide including Nashik.
- Arabian Express
- Joshua’s Shawarma ( College Road)
- Haji Darbar ( Dudhbazar)
These Joints are quite popular among the young college goers to hang out with friends and good food.
Please feel free to add your favourite Street food in Nashik & Eating Joints in Nashik in the comments below.
Aptly the adage goes “Laughter is the brightest where food is the best”