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Delhi street vendors who serve both popular and esoteric regional food

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Sushant Sinha
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Binge
December 15, 2016
From dosa and sarson ka saag to Tibetan sausages, these people bring indigenous cuisine to Delhi in the very approachable and affordable form of street food.

Litti chokha (Bihar), Netaji Subhash Place metro station (also on top)


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Dosa (Andhra Pradesh; Tamil Nadu; Karnataka), Jantar Mantar Road


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Sarson ka saag and makki ki roti (Punjab), Jantar Mantar Road


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Laping / cold noodle (Tibet), Majnu ka Tila


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Beef sausages (Tibet), Majnu ka Tila


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Poha (Indore), Noida, near the Sector 16 metro station


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Unlike its Maharashtrian counterpart, poha from Madhya Pradesh doesn't use potato. 


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