The city of Indore now has a pani-puri vending machine and we can not elaborate on how cool it is! This zero-human contact, 'Swachh Panipuri' street food stall located at the Saket Square, Nagar Nigam Market has to be your next stop to satisfy all your chaat cravings!

Pani-puri, or fulka as it is lovingly called in Indore, is that one street food which was missed the most during the lockdown. The love for pani-puri, actually made the people turn chefs as they started preparing the puchkas at home. Now, even though the markets and gol-gappa vendors are back in action, the question of safety and hygiene still remains while heading out. But with this new and innovative pani-puri vending machine in your city, you can eat to your heart's content, without having to worry about anything.

Street Food meets Hygiene

With a brand new pani-puri vending stall, Indore, popularly known as the food city, has once again proved why is it also the nation's cleanest city. Hygiene has been given maximum priority amid a volatile pandemic and this innovative solution, is just what the city needed!

The store gives out pre-filled puris to the customers who then have the liberty to fill their snack with savoury water of their choice. With two options, in four valves, alternating 'khatta-meetha' and regular pani, this surely is a heaven for all the pani-puri lovers out there, who no longer have to specify their customisations to the vendor!

Don't worry Indoris, the store also gives out sukha puri- the cherished after snack! So, what are you waiting for? Step out with your friends and family, armed with masks and sanitisers, and have a Swachh Pani-Puri experience.

Location: Nagar Nigam Market, Greater Kailash Road, Saket Square.

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