5 delectable North Indian dishes you can’t miss in Visakhapatnam

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Chole Bhature at Chappan Bhog

North Indian cuisine is not just about Naan and Paneer Butter Masala! From the Kashmiri Dum Aloo to Dal Bhati Churma, the world-famous cuisine is home to myriad flavours and has numerous offerings to delight a big Indian appetite. Here are 5 delectable North Indian dishes in Visakhapatnam that you simply can’t miss.

Masala Khichdi

A serving of piping hot Masala Khichdi, accompanied by a tangy pickle, could just be what your worn out soul might need at the end of a tiring day. Head to Ganapati restaurant at Jothee Theatre road to treat yourself to this and other North Indian delights.

Makki ki Roti and Sarson ka Saag

A staple of many North Indian states, Makki ki Roti and Sarson ka Saag is a combination you simply can’t afford to miss. Head to Dhaba City Punjab at Siripuram and fall in love with the yellow crisp maize rotis, topped with butter, are wonderfully well complemented by the dark green side-dish.

Aloo Paratha

Another popular offering from the North Indian cuisine, the Aloo Paratha can woo us any time of the day. A plate of hot Aloo Parathas, served with curd and the quintessential pickle, at Puja’s Kitchen would leave you craving for more.

Ghee Takkar

The Rajasthani Dhaba is a place to relish some authentic North Indian flavours in Visakhapatnam. Among the many offerings, the Rajasthani special, Ghee Takkar, which is a larger variant of the roti topped with desi ghee, is among the highly recommended ones here. Order a plate of Palak Paneer, Methi Chaman or any of your favourite side dish to make the meal finger-licking-ly delicious.

Chole Bhature

Crisp, puffed and large-sized cousins of the good old traditional puri, the Bhatura tops a foodie’s list any day. Accompanied by the flavourful Chole and thinly sliced onions, this delicacy at Chappan Bhog is a must-try.

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