Five Railway Stations In India That Are Famous For Food


Five railway stations that are famous for their food

Written By Athulya Nambiar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Everyone must have at least once in their lifetime experienced a long-distance train journey. One passes through several stations situated in different states while travelling by train and get the experience of the that particular place's culture even if it is for a few minutes. Vendors flock the station with delicacies for the passengers to dive as soon as a train approached the platform. Train journeys can be good or bad for some, but there are few stations in India that are particularly famous for their food. People stay up till late to dive into delicacies that are provided at certain stations:

1) Rabdi at Abu Road station in Rajasthan :

You will have the best cup of Rabdi at this station. There are multiple vendors selling this popular rabdi for Rs 30 at any time of the day. so, do not worry if your train happens to reach the time at the odd hours of the night, be assured to have the mouth-watering rabdi.

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2) Chhole Bhature at Jalandhar Station in Punjab

If you happen to be going to Punjab and travel across Jalandhar Station, get off the train for some mouth-watering Chhole Bhature.


3) Pazham Pori At Ernakulam Station (Rather any station in Kerala)

Kerala is not only famous for its banana chips but also the banana fry or 'Pazham Pori' as it is known in Kerala. This is Kerala banana fried with a coating of corn flour. Enjoy this delicacy while in Kerala or even while travelling in a train that passes from the state.

4) Camel Milk Tea at Surendranagar Station in Gujarat

As the name suggests, the tea is made out of camel milk, something which is not easily found elsewhere. Ever happen to cross Surendranagar station have the delicious camel milk tea.

5) Maddur Vada at Maddur Railway Station in Karnataka

Maddur is a town situated 80kms from Bengaluru and people take road trips from Bengaluru and Mysuru specifically to have this delicacy. The dish was first written about around 100 years ago and has been pleasing people's taste buds since then.


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