Take a Look at Indore's Legendary Sarafa Bazaar
BENGALURU: The sarafa Bazaar, Indore is an amazing and probably one of its kind street which transforms from a normal jewelry market to a street food paradise every single night. Located in the city of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, the Bazaar is traditionally famous for its Gold and Silver jewelry, and gems. But an interesting fact about Indore's Sarafa Bazaar is that a legendary food market takes over the streets turning it into a street-food heaven after 8 PM. Even though the Bazaar serves only vegetarian dishes, the place gets crowded soon after the road side mini stalls open. The stalls serve dishes including some of the delicious seasonal snacks. This night street-food market offers a huge variety of Indore's gastronomic specialties such as aaloo tikki, chhole-tikiya, dahi vada, bhutte ka kees, garaadu, samosa, kachori, paani - puri, dahi papdi, dahi chaat, sabudana ki khichdi (sago) , paav - bhaaji, paraanthaa (paratha), idli, dosa, sandwich, pizza, fried rice, noodles, vegetable Manchurian, jalebi (and jalebaas), maalpuaa, rabdi, gulab jamun, shikanji (with rabdi & curd), kulfi, falooda, ice cream, fruit salad, gajak, are only a few names.
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