By Tanushree De24 Apr 2019, 19:49 IST
The famous Brahmaputra Market in Noida is not just a favourite of people who love to shop but it’s a foodie’s paradise as well. Located in Sector 29, the BP market as it is lovingly called by the residents, comes alive during evenings as people throng it to get a taste of everything right from Mughlai cuisine to Chinese delicacies. The best part about this foodie market is that the dishes are all right within your budget and super yummy. With so many food kiosks lined up here, you should definitely visit this place with your family and friends to have a taste of every dish. Watch this video to know the best things to relish at this amazing market.
Call them golgappas, pani puris, phuchkas or something else, but gol gappas are all about a little piece of heavenly goodness that explodes with so many flavours in your mouth. Add anaar seeds to them or imli chutney, onions or crunchy sev, all versions are a delight for a foodie. Enter Dahi Wale Golgappe and the game changes totally. Also known as Dahi Puri Chaat, the cool quotient of dahi in these gol gappas takes the taste to another level altogether.
The Lucknowi Kebab is a wonderful Mughlai dish that teases your taste buds with its smooth texture and amazing taste. Shami kebabs, galouti kebabs and everything in between has been created to give you one delightful bite after another. So ditch those packed kebabs and go for the real thing the next time as the taste is truly inimitable.
Ask any foodie what’s the best snack they crave for anytime and the answer would be Shawarma Roll. No, we did not know much about this awesome dish while growing up but thankfully now there are several places that serve this delectable dish. A freshly prepared afghan shawarma roll has minced meat coated in masalas wrapped in a super-soft roti that melts in your mouth. And the taste lingers on...
If you are bored with the regular milk shakes then do give khajoor shake a try. The richness of dates combined with milk makes for an amazing drink that’s healthy too.
Paan is no longer something that’s eaten as a digestive or a mouth freshner. With so many varieties of paan like chocolate paan, butterscotch paan, chuski paan and rasmalai paan, it has become a thing to be tried and tasted. But the paan that takes the cake is Fire Paan where the paan masala is actually put on fire after which the paan leaf is folded and the entire thing fed to you by a paanwala. Would you dare to try it?
How to reach: Get down at Noida Sector 18 metro station and then you can take a rickshaw from there
Timings: Open from 9 am to 11 pm, the market is closed on Wednesdays