Embark on a culinary journey through the hidden gems of Agra’s eateries. Sample traditional delicacies from soft flaking flatbreads and aromatic fritters to tangy chutneys and colourful sweets.
Meet your in-the-know guide who will take you on a tasting spree of Agra’s best traditional eateries.
First stop Rambabu Paratha Bhandar, a third-generation restaurant known for its stuffed parathas (flatbread) served with curry. Then to Agra Chaat in the Sadar Bazaar, an area famed for its variety of chaat (over 40 types). Snack on hot and crispy aloo tikki, a spicy potato fritter, or cheela, an Indian pancake, which you can try, stuffed with paneer.
End with a visit to Panchhi Petha, a jewel box of colourful sweets. Here, you can taste India’s traditional treats from petha, made with white pumpkin, to gajak, a popular dessert made from sesame seeds and peanuts. Take a box of petha for the road and one to share with family and friends when you arrive back home.