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Indore's 56 Dukaan & Sarafa Bazaar receive the 'Clean Street Food Hub' tag by FSSAI!

Known for its cultural heritage and food offerings, the cleanest city of India, Indore has added yet another achievement to its kitty. As per reports, Indore's 56 Dukaan and Sarafa Bazaar have been recognised as the 'Clean Street Food Hubs' by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI). Reportedly, Indore has now secured a place in the group of metropolitan cities like Mumbai and Ahmedabad, that have been awarded the same accreditation.

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Get onboard a feasty flight with THESE 11 flavourful dishes at Indore's Sarafa Bazaar!

An unparalleled hub of gastronomical adventures, Indore presents a diverse food plate that can surely fascinate your taste buds in uncountable ways. Amid the city's rich culinary heritage, the street food market of Sarafa Bazaar blossoms at around 8 PM every night, ushering an expansive range of delish delights for the locals and the tourists.

It is believed that the historic food trail located in this jewellery market, has been functional for over 100 years, as a shining testament to Indore's rich epicurean legacy. A witness to flourishing jewellery businesses during the day, the site transforms into a thriving food market when the sun sets! So if you are enticed to trudge through the lanes of Sarafa street food market, you can simply not afford to miss out on these 11 lip-smacking delicacies.

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Craving a snack with chai? Try out Indore's Bina Tala Samosa, for a taste of the city's speciality

Indore is an undisputed haven for street food lovers and among the drool-worthy delicacies available here, is Bina Tala Samosa. While you must've tasted different kinds of samosas, this hatke version will push your love for the generic samosa into oblivion. So if the mere thought of this crispy and flaky street food tingles your tastebuds, then the Sanchi Point located opposite Abhay Prashal, is where you need to be!
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This stall at Indore's Sarafa Bazar will give you beach feels with its coconut crush in a kulhad!

We all have dearly missed relishing our favourite street-food and the woes run even deeper if you are in India's very own food city Indore. With hygiene, safety and health glaring at us as precautions, we have found you a solution that'll surely refresh you! This tiny roadside-stall can be spotted in Indore's Sarafa Bazar and is famed for serving kulhad coconut crush made of real coconut flesh and water. So what are you waiting for, mask-up and get going to bless your soul with those beachy-vibes in Indore!

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This winter season, relish the sweet flavours of Indore's famous Mawa Jalebi!

A custom delicacy of the Indore city, the 'Mawa Jalebi', also known as Burhanpur Ki Jalebi is a richer and more elaborate rendition of the traditional Indian jalebi. While the usual jalebi has a crisp crust and a gooey, warm centre caramel filling, Indore's Mawa jalebi is sweeter in taste and mushier in texture. Appeasing your sweet tooth with its heavenly flavours, wrapped with the essence of cardamom and saffron, it's a must-try when you are in the city of Indore.

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