Bhopal is a city unlike any other across the country. Within the heart of our country, Bhopal enjoys a position of prestige in Indian gastronomy. Part of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal is a fantastic amalgamation of two major communities, Muslims and Hindus. The Nawabs of Bhopal are responsible for giving this city a royal lively flair, which people of Bhopal have come to known for. Food is their first love, an appreciation they show by coming up with hearty flavour combinations. Take Bafla for example. This dish is like dal-roti with a Bhopali spin. Bafla, a wheat cake saturated in ghee is wolfed down with a bowl of delicious thick dal. Ask any Bhopali what they had for breakfast. Answer would surely be, poha-jalebi. Yet another innovative combination, natives flock to Jama Masjid or any eatery for that matter to munch down this iconic Bhopali breakfast dish. Tackle the Chatori Gali for mind-blowing street food. Anything from Irani chai to Kanpuriya kachori will make your day. One can’t talk about Bhopal without mentioning it’s strong Muslim heritage. The city is a paradise for meat lovers. Keema pulav, seekh kebab, bade ke kebab, paya soup, lures natives to Chatori Gali religiously. Bhopalis have a big sweet tooth. Even their paan is unique for that matter. Shahi tukda, barfi rasmalai, keeps Bhopali taste buds well satisfied.