!!!STREET FOODS OF INDIA!!!
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Even Though all kinds of Fast food joints can be seen serving dishes from all over the world, nothing can beat traditional Indian Street food. Street food today ranges from the original chaat fare through Chinese food, South Indian dosas, the vada-pau , Moghlai kababs and biryanis, sweets like jalebis, balushahis, and rasogollas, snacks such as puri-bhaji or stuffed paratha and innovative dishes such as Frankies and rolls of all shapes and sizes. Even Tibetan momos served with steaming hot soup are regarded as Indian Street food.... Try to capture the best of it.
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Monday, 14th October, 2013 (GMT)
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