Some of the best Indian food is on the streets- sold off the carts or small stalls in little corners of every town and city in India!
Street Food is an eminent part of the Indian eating out culture. However, there have been times when we've been really iffy about eating out in the streets, because the food is prepared in unhygienic conditions, which can take a toll on the health.
Like me, if you're also a Street Food lover, but tend to avoid it considering the adverse effects it can have on your health, I have a good news for you!
The Lalit, Chandigarh has come up with a 10-day long Street Food Festival- Khao Gali (In case you are wondering, "Khao Gali" means "Food Street"), which means flavours of the Indian streets with the hygiene and luxury of a five star! Therefore, you can gorge upon your favorite Indian Street Snacks without feeling guilty or fearing an upset stomach!
The Street Food menu is included in the Buffet at The Lalit's 24/7 restaurant. From Pav Bhaji to Omelette, and Golgappe to Jalebi- you can stuff yourself with anything and everything!
Here's a compilation of some pictures that I clicked at the launch of the fest...