Kolkata street food that you must test in your life

Credit: google image

Phuchka

A lot like golgappas, but not quite like them, phuchkas are guaranteed to give your mouth a the tang of flavors such as tangy, spicy and much more!

Credit: google image

Kati roll

The delicious chicken, mutton or vegetable fillings wrapped in crispy parathas made of lachchha Freshly made rolls will steal your heart.

Credit: google image

Ghugni

In every corner and nook in the metropolis, Ghugni composed of matar and vegetables is a delicious and tasty street food.

Credit: google image

Jhal muri

It's not your typical puffy rice, Jhal Muri is a favorite street food for Bengalis cooked with vegetables and spices, as well as different varieties of pickles.

Credit: google image

Telebhaja

Like pakoras from north India, Telebhajas can also be located all over the city. Try Chops of aloo, vegetables chops and peyaji.

Credit: google image

Chinese street food

Head towards Tiretti Bazaar at 6am for the best authentic Indo-Chinese food you can get anyplace in India.

Credit: google image

Mughlai parathas

Crispy, crispy parathas that are stuffed with potatoes, eggs, meat, onions or any of them, this recipe will make you be in love again.

Credit: google image

Kochuri, aloo dum

Head into Maharaja's in Kalighat to enjoy the best breakfast ever by ordering kochuri-aloo. Combine it with jalebis to elevate it to the next level.

Credit: google image

Ghoti garam

Transported throughout the city by street vendors, ghoti garam is a mix of chanachurand onion, and lemon juice. It is served warm. Take it with a 'bhaar or cup of tea.

Credit: google image