Neighbourhood Travel Desk: Be it the super-tasty milk served in a kulhar at Pandit Sevaram Sharma Doodh Wale or the mouthwatering kachoris served at Kashyap Kachori Bhandar or even the spicy chole bhature from Bhagwati Chole Bhandar – the entirety of Haridwar is filled with several authentic places to try out some of the most popular North Indian dishes. With so many options to choose from, we are sure you would be spoilt for choice when you are in this town.
Hoshiyar Puri: You must visit this restaurant for a delicious feast of Indian food served in a typical traditional, dhaaba style. Going beyond the ordinary yet staying true to their theme, they serve their special lassi in a big jar. Serving lip-smacking snacks and food, the restaurant also ensures that it stays within your budget.
Chotiwala Restaurant: The oldest and most famous restaurants in Haridwar, this restaurant is popular for its special chole bhature. Serving both North Indian and South Indian cuisines, this restaurant is fairly economical and can be vouched for its tasty dishes.
Mathura Walo Ki Pracheen Dukan: Over 90 years old in the business, this sweetmeat shop in Haridwar is exclusively famous for its sweet samosas. Along with this, the shop also has a variety of other sweets, like fresh pedas, kulfis, barfis, gulab jamuns, etc. to let you treat your sweet tooth.
Pandit Sevaram Sharma Doodh Wale: Another gem that is almost a century old since its existence in the business, Pandit Sevaram Sharma Doodh Wale serves several exotic Indian sweets and is a paradise for many dessert lovers. Largely popular for the milk that they serve in a kulhar (aterracotta tumbler), the shop also specializes in dry fruit milk cakes and malai laddus, among others.
Mohan Ji Puri Wale: Almost a decade-old, Mohan Ji Puri Wale is especially known throughout the town for its aloo-puri thalis. The menu, however, isn’t only limited to these aloo-puri platters. The restaurant also serves freshly made lassi along with a variety of other snacks to give you the true taste of North India and its cuisine.
Kashyap Kachori Bhandar: If you are a lover of chaat, then Kashyap Kachori Bhandar is the place just meant for you. Served with tamarind sauce and a thick aloo sabzi, these Kachori are served hot and crispy for breakfast and evening snacks. The best time, therefore, to go for these kachoris would be the early hours of the morning or the late afternoon hours.
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