Similar to Lucknow, Delhi and Kolkata, Indore is a gourmet paradise. One can say Indore is the ‘street food capital of India’. It’s late night food markets crammed with food hawkers is featured by many epicurean channels. As rich is the royal heritage of Indore, you can see the same affluence and heartiness in it’s food. When talking about unique Indori dishes, the mention of Bhutte ka Khees is a must. This delicious concoction is made of corn kernels, boiled, fried in ghee and seasoned heavily to bring out the creamy flavours of this iconic Indorian dish. Indore may be the only city to begin it’s day by combining two favorite breakfast items, poha and jalebi on one plate. The combination is a staple of every Indorian household. Dal Bafla is a Rajasthani adaptation but with a difference. Unlike Rajasthan’s dal baati, the dough balls in dal bafla is first boiled then later fried. You could see people of Indore gorging on dal bafla during lunch. To wrap up your food walk across Indore, enjoy one of the best street foods Mawa Batti, an Indori version of the gulab jamun.