Nashik Street Food Guide: 5 Best Places To Eat

by Vinita Jain
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Nashik is an ancient city that is famous for its culture and historical significance. Along with this Nashik is also popular for its flavorful street food outlets. There are various street food joints that are serving scrumptious items for ages now. The street food here promises to put an end to your hunger pangs. So, let me introduce you to the most luscious street food items. I can bet you that by the end of the article you will be craving some of them.

1. Misal Pav At Sadhana Restaurant

You are in Nashik and it’s absolutely not acceptable that you live in the city without having the Misal pav. Sadhana Restaurant severs the most amazing lip-smacking piping hot Misal Pav. The volatility of the tarri adds to the spice.

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Also read: Success Story Of Nashik’s Sadhana Misal From 4 Tables To Multiple Restaurants

2. Jhatka Panipuri at Shaukin

Shaukin is basically a chaat counter, but it’s known for its unique Jhatka Panipuri. It’s like a normal Pani puri which is topped with a tower of spicy flavored mashed potatoes, onions, and chana (known as hara bhara). It’s a task to gulp the whole puri into your mouth in one go. But if you’re visiting Nashik then you need to try this once.

 

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Also read: Mumbai-Nashik Local To Launch By New Year Easing Travel For Commuters

3. Momo’s at Momo’s Express

Yes, Nashik people also love Momo’s and this Momo joint is one of the most popular ones. It is on the College Road. They serve piping hot, moist, and soft Momos along with the fiery dip.

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4. Sabudana Vada at Sayantara’s

This eatery is very famous for its Vada, kachori, and chutney. This place is fast-friendly as they don’t use onions and garlic in the Vadas. This eatery is almost more than 50 years old and the taste is exactly the same to date. Along with the crispy, crunchy, and gooey vadas, they serve a coconut, peanut, and green chilly chutney which is very runny. So, you can just slather your Sabudana vadas into that flavored chutney.

 

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5. Deserts At Buddha Halwai

Buddha Halwai serves Farsaan, deserts, Patras, and a lot more. But the sweets served here are top-notch. The Gulab Jamun, Sri Khand, Jalebis every sweet is worth trying. The Gulab Jamuns are so soft in nature that they just dissolve in your mouth. This mouthwatering delicacy is so tempting that it does not let you stop only.

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