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11 Mouth-Watering Snacks Every Indian Craves For On A Rainy Day

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Nothing can beat the idea of eating hot pakoras or samosas and garam chai when it rains. HolidayIQ Travellers list some delicious dishes that the rain reminds you of.

1. Kanda Bhajji And Masala Chai, Mumbai


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HolidayIQ Traveller Karan says, “A good place for a pit stop is Express Inn Hotel when you are visiting Mumbai. Stop atleat for their snacks. You cannot miss the kanda bhaji and masala chai served over here.” There is no better snack that accompanies a kadak adrakwali chai in the monsoon than the Mumbaiyya kanda bhajji.

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2. Chai at Nathmulls, Darjeeling


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"Being a great tea lover, I went to this place called Nathmulls Tea opposite the General Post Office. The atmosphere of the place was real cool, the hostesses were very polite, welcoming and the teas served were awesome. Had no choice but to buy several kinds," says HolidayIQ.com Traveller Manish from Chennai. Enjoy a cup of hot tea at Nathmulls when it is drizzling outside.

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3. Hot Soup And Momos At Dehradun


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HolidayIQ Traveller Naresh Kunwar says, “There is small shop for Chinese food named "KC soup Bar" which is a must try. I tried 'momos' and 'hot n sour soup' here, they were the best.” The rain makes you crave for something hot and spicy. Relish momos with some spicy dipping sauce.

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4. Thukpa At Tawang


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HolidayIQ Traveller Chinmoy Boruah says, “Don't miss the feel of sipping hot soup or devouring Thukpa and Momo in the evenings.”

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5. Hot Soup and Bajji At Chikmagalur


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HolidayIQ Traveller Niha Khan says, “I must ask you to have the famous coffee of Chikamagaluru. Also, must try is the hot 'soup and bajji' which has been my favourite in a;ll my trips to the place.”

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6. Pakoras At MI Road, Jaipur


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Holidayiq traveller Avinash sood says, “the mirchi pakoras at mi road are absolutely a must. The pakorawala at MI road sells a range of pakoras, samosas and kachoris, fried there & served on the spot.”

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7. Filter Coffee, Bangalore


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HolidayIQ Traveller Meenakshi Shankar says, “This Review holds the promise of being an ode to the perfect south Indian filter coffee. Where else but in Bengaluru Adayar Anand Bhavan can the Magic of the perfect South Indian coffee weave its spell on you. Leave you in a state of high and make you sit back. And watch the world go by.”

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8. Samosa At Loknath Gali in Allahabad


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HolidayIQ Traveller Nidhi Singh says, “'Loknath Gali' is highly recommended for its local chaat, and samosas. People with big sweet tooth like mine can have a treat in store. Big glasses of hot badam milk are served.” Loknath Gali is situated in Chowk. Must try is hari ke aloo less samosas. Nothing can beat the chaats followed by hot jalebis and samosas on a rainy day.

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9. Beguni at Kolkata


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HolidayIQ Traveller Shubhodip says, “Beguni, peyaji and alur chop are a must have in Kolkata.” Peyaji and beguni are all time favourite savory snacks, accompaniment with tea on a rainy evening in Kolkata.

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10. Jalebis In Old Delhi


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HolidayIQ Traveller Madhumita says, “The chana bhatura, crisp puris, hot jalebis with rabri and the seasonal gajar ka halwa were absolutely yummy at Old Delhi.” On rainy days or during evenings crowds line up in Chandni chowk to buy hot jalebis.

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11. Bhutta Or Corn Cob At Goa


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HolidayIQ Traveller Yatin Gandhi says, “Steaming hot tea with kanda bhajji’s and bhutta made our day.” The roasted bhutta laced with lime and masala is a must eat on a rainy day.

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