Street Food of Agra

Bedai- Jalebi (Morning 7 a.m to 11 a.m)

If you are in Agra, this is one which you should try for breakfast , consists of two parts: one spicy and one sweet. The bedai (sometimes spelled berahi) is a fried, puffy bread, much like kachori, served with a bowl of spicy green sabzi dotted with hunks of potato and a dollop of curd. The jalebi,  is a sticky-sweet dessert made of fermented batter that’s fried into ropy whorls, then soaked in hot sugary syrup. Freshly made and consumed one after another on a crowded street corner, together they’re the definitive balanced breakfast of Agra.

  • Bedai- 5 Rupees to 8 Rupees per piece
  • Jalebi- 10 Rupees to 20 Rupees per 100 gm

Two to three bedai along with 100 gm jalebi is sufficient for an Adult .






Samosa and khasta Khachori (2.00 p.m to 6 p.m)

Agra Samosa is one of the best samosa in Northern India,  it  is a fried pastry with a spiced potato filling, and usually eaten in evening hours with green chutney or sweet and sour chutney, where as Khasta Khachori is small, crisp, golden puri, stuffed with a dry, spiced filling, the fillings are of lentils or potatoes served with spicy green sabji

  • Samosa- 5 Rupees to 8 Rupees per piece
  • Khasta- 5 Rupees to 8 Rupees per piece




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