Hyderabad STREET FOOD Tour | Eating Sweet + Spicy INDIAN FOOD in Charminar 🔥🇮🇳

Join us for a Hyderabad Street Food Tour as we explore Charminar eating sweet and spicy Indian Food. Hey guys! Sam here, and in today’s episode we’re back in India, where I’m going to be taking you on an incredible do-it-yourself Hyderabad Street Food tour. I did this trip to India a while back with my friend David from David’s been here, who’s a fellow foodie and traveller. Our mission was to sample as much Indian street food as possible, and this day was especially delicious.

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In this episode, we’ll be focusing on sweet and spicy Indian food in Hyderabad’s Old Town.
We try the Following Indian Street Food items in Hyderabad, India:

1) Traditional buttery biscuits called Osmania with Chai
2) Chunky Mango Malai
3) Spicy Ginger Chicken that will set your mouth on fire
4) Fresh Pomegranate sold right on the street
5) Refreshing Lassi with Ice Cream to cool down after a busy day of eating and sightseeing!

Of course, no visit to Hyderabad’s Old Town would be complete without also visiting Charminar, so we’ll climb up this impressive mosque which offers stunning views of the city.

Bring your appetite and join us as we explore Hyderabad on this street food tour!

David and I kick-off our street food tour in Hyderabad with a stop at Nimrah Café and Bakery, a local hangout serving delectable tea and cookies. With over 25 different varieties of cookies, you’ll be hard-pressed to narrow down your selection. To wash this all down we sampled Irani Chai – a hot milky delight featuring ginger and cinnamon.

Our attraction on this street food tour was a visit to the monumental Charminar. This four minaret mosque was built in 1591 features the best views in the Old Town area of Hyderabad. We paid 300 rupees as foreigners and it was well worth it.

To cool down we headed to Milan Juice Centre for a refreshing drink called Mango Malai. It was actually more thick than refreshing with heaps of milk and yoghurt.

To turn up the dials on the spice-o-meter we headed to Al-Akbar Fast Food Corner to sample boneless chicken 65 nuggets, ginger chicken and parathas. Given that I love spicy Indian food this was right up my alley. The ginger sauce was next level.

To close things off we headed over to Matwale Doodh Ghar for a creamy lassi. After just indulging eating spicy chicken this was the perfect way to end our food tour in Hyderabad. Given how hot it was that afternoon we sure needed this.

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Hyderabad STREET FOOD Tour | Eating Sweet + Spicy INDIAN FOOD in Charminar 🔥🇮🇳:

While we were in the Old Town, we also visited Charminar, which is one of Hyderabad’s top attractions.

Charminar is a mosque that was built in 1591 and its name literally translates into ‘four pillars’ or ‘four minarets’. We decided to go up to get a better view of the old town.

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