1. Jhatka Pani Puri (Shaukin Bhel, Opposite Neheru Gardern, Shalimar, Nashik)
This is an extra spicy version of every Indian’s beloved street food, Pani Puri. Comes with multiple spice levels. Note: handle with care and don’t drink water after eating rather eat something sweet.
2. Chana Jor Garam (Available on almost all famous streets and marketplaces)
Well this spicy & sour street food needs no introduction. Made with hard-pressed gram lentils, spices, raw onions and sprinkled with lemon. Goes well with a bottle of chilled beer.
3. Momos (Near BYK College, Opposite Reid & Tailors)
Nothing can beat these little, piping hot dumplings filled with chicken/veg stuffing during Nashik’s chilled weather.
4. Rolls (Nashik Wrap, Don Bosco Circle, College Road, Nashik)
Well who doesn’t like rolling!
5. Pav Vada (Little stalls spread all across the city)
This probably is the only snack which you might not get outside Nashik, They take whole bun dip it into a batter and then it gets deep-fried and served with chillies.
6. Pineapple Juice (Samarth Juice, Ravivar Karanja, Nashik)
Again a local drink, mixture of pineapple juice topped with pineapple ice cream. Things can’t get any better than this.
7. Bread Omelette (Mitravihar Canteen, Meher Chawk, Near Ashok stambh, Nashik)
Nashik’s take on evergreen bread omelette, Generous butter and sprinkled with secret masala.
8. Chola fali / Chawla Fali(Major market places and hand karts)
These are deep-fried chips made with flour and some spices. Usually preferred as a tea time snack.
9. Bhurji & Kheema (Tibetian Market, Canada Cornor, Nashik)
If you’re not obsessed with hygiene, Try these cheap thrills at Tibetan bazar. Paisa Wasool!
10. Misal Pav (Well, everywhere in Nashik)
Well it’ll be a sin not to complete this article without misal pav, Most widely consumed breakfast dish here in Nashik.
We’re already drooling, you guys can take it from here.