These stations are better known for their food

If you’re a foodie then this article will excite you no doubt.

Everyone of us must have at least once, experienced a long-distance train journey. It is true that traveling by train gives you the chance to treat your taste buds with a lot of various flavours. We know railways food isn’t always that great but there are a few stations which are famous for their lip-smacking delicacies and snacks.

Check out this 8-railway station in India that serve the best food. And yes, this piece of information is true.

1.Kozhikode Halwa at Calicut, Kerala: We know about Kerala’s current condition, but one can’t deny their famous Halwa and Banana Chips.

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2.AlooTikki at Tundla Station, Uttar Pradesh: This station is where you get very little time to choosefor the train halts just for 10 minutes. Relish your taste buds with AlooTikki layered with curd and sliced onions.

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3.Rabri at Abu Road, Rajasthan: Not just colourfulghagras or magnificent palaces. You need to savour the lip-smacking rabri whenever the train halts at this station just for Rs 20 a plate.

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4.Cholley Bhature At Jalandhar Station: This station’s poori and cholleyare sinfully tasty that you won’t even mind grabbing another plate. If you’re in love with CholeBhature then book a ticket to Jalandhar.

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5.Camel tea at Surendranagar, Gujarat: This camel tea is nothing like you have tasted ever. We can guarantee you that.

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6.Chicken Cutlet at Howrah, West Bengal: Hot and soft inside,crispy on the outside. These oh-so-tasty cutlets will melt in your mouth. Not to forget the green chutney they serve you.

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7.Aaloo Dum at Kharagpur, West Bengal: If you’re an aloo lover, then get down at Kharagpur station. Loaded with your favourite spice, this dish won’t disappoint you.

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8.Biriyani at New SantoshDhabaJashan, Hyderabad: Biryani is bae…! No doubt. If want without potato and bit spicy, then go for Hyderabadi biryani and you won’t regret.

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