Savoring Agra: A Culinary Exploration through the Heart of Street Food


Embark on a tantalizing culinary adventure through Agra’s bustling streets, indulging in a diverse array of flavors and aromas on a one-day street food tour. This street food tour encapsulates the essence of Agra’s gastronomic landscape, offering an authentic and diverse culinary experience for food enthusiasts.

Duration: Approximately 4 hours

Meeting Point: 5 PM at the entrance of Sadar Bazaar, one of Agra’s most bustling markets.

Tour Start: 5:15 PM

Highlights Of Your Journey

Introduction and Welcome

First Tasting - Chaat and Samosas

Tea Break - Masala Chai

Sweet Treat - Jalebi and Petha Sampling

Local Favorites - Kachori and Aloo Tikki

Explore the Spice Market

Final Stop - Lassi

Tour Ends at 9 PM

Post-Tour: Feel free to explore more of the market or ask your guide for recommendations on further places to visit or eat at in Agra.


Enjoy your street food tour of Agra! This itinerary aims to cover a diverse range of flavors and dishes that showcase the vibrant and delicious street food culture of the city.

Frequently Asked Questions?

Agra’s street food is generally safe to eat, but visitors should exercise caution. Opt for stalls that look clean, have a high turnover of food, and maintain good hygiene practices. Avoid consuming raw or uncooked items and drink bottled water to stay safe.

Some must-try dishes include Bedai with Sabzi, Petha, Aloo Tikki, Samosas, Chaat, Tandoori Chicken, Golgappa, Lassi, Paneer Tikka, and local sweets like Gulab Jamun and Rasgulla.

Explore areas like Sadar Bazaar, , Subhash Bazaar, Taj Ganj, and Baluganj for a wide variety of delicious street food. Local eateries near popular tourist spots like Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal also offer authentic street food experiences.

To minimize the risk of getting sick, stick to freshly cooked, hot food, avoid raw items or unpeeled fruits, and drink bottled water. Look for busy stalls with a high turnover of food and where locals are eating.

Yes, Agra’s street food scene offers an array of vegetarian options like Aloo Tikki, Samosas, various types of Chaat, Petha (a sweet candy), Paneer Tikka, Dosa, Idli, and an assortment of sweets.

Yes, areas near major attractions like the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort have street food vendors offering local delicacies. Taj Ganj area is particularly known for its street food stalls.

Street food in Agra is generally very affordable, with prices varying from vendor to vendor. Snacks and smaller items can range from 20 INR to 100 INR, while larger meals or thalis may cost around 150 INR to 300 INR.

Mornings and evenings are ideal for exploring Agra’s street food scene. Many vendors open early for breakfast, and evenings offer a bustling atmosphere with various food options available.

While the focus is primarily on local Indian cuisine, some places, like Dasaprakash Restaurant, offer a fusion of South Indian dishes with local influences. However, the majority of street food stalls serve authentic Indian dishes.

While eating street food, it’s polite to dispose of trash properly, not litter, and maintain cleanliness. Eating with your hands is acceptable in many places, but always wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before and after eating.

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