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Agra , Uttar Pradesh
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  • Duration2 - 3 hrs
  • Group Size12 Foodies
  • CuisineUttar Pradesh (UP)
  • Timing 7:30 PM onwards
  • Meal Type Dinner
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Agra's Culinary Delight

I believe in putting my love and passion for food and service on every plate. Possessing a passion for cooking fused with the ultimate desire to mingle with people, you will find yourself experiencing the best of the state’s cuisine and a splendid company. On the plate, you will find the specialities of Uttar Pradesh’s authentic cuisine ranging in variety, taste, and flavour.

  • Menu

    “Agra's Culinary Delight ”

    (4 course meal)

    Are You a Pure Vegetarian?

    Welcome Drink Aam Panna / Chaach Tadka

    Aam Panna is a refreshing summer drink made of mango pulp blended with cumin and fresh mint leaves. Chaach Tadka or tempered buttermilk is another refreshing yoghurt-based drink, which also helps in digestion.

    Appetisers (Vegetarian) Khasta Kachori / Dal Kachori

    Kachori is a ball of fried dough with a filling of mild Indian spices and lentils. Khasta kachori / Dal Kachori are variations of Kachoris and are one of the best things to try when in Uttar Pradesh.

    Sago Tikki

    A scrumptious starter which is generally made during the fasting days during the Navratri festival. Sago Tikkis are pan-fried patties with tapioca (Sabudana) pearls, potatoes and minimal spices.

    Papdi Chaat

    Papri Chaat, a popular Indian street food, is traditionally prepared using crisply fried dough wafers (papri) along with boiled chickpeas, boiled potatoes, yoghurt and tamarind chutney topped with garnishing.

    Main Course (Vegetarian) Arbi Jhol

    A vegetable curry made of Taro (Arbi) and tomato puree. Arbi Jhol is the native to the state of Uttar Pradesh.

    Dubki Wale Aloo / Dahi Wale Aloo

    Dubki Wale Aloo is a delicious recipe for potatoes (also) to be eaten with puris and kachoris. It’s a mildly spiced and tasty but light curry made with just tomatoes and potatoes. Potatoes cooked in yoghurt (Dahi Wale Aloo) is boiled potatoes cooked in fresh yoghurt gravy, they taste best with puris and kachoris.

    Kurkuri Bhindi / Baingan Kaloonjee

    Crispy Lady-Finger (Kurkuri Bindi). A delectable dish in which Lady-Finger is dipped in gram flour and then deep fried for the best of taste & texture. Brinjal made with mixed seed spices (Baigan Kaloonjee), Kaloonjee in Uttar Pradesh cuisine, refers to mixed spices (mostly seeds) made up of fennel, cumin, carom, fenugreek and mustard seeds. This dish definitely deserves an applause.

    Paneer Kofta

    Tender and softballs made with minced cottage cheese are deep-fried and cooked in a tomato based gravy with cashew and yoghurt.

    Dahi Gujiya

    Dahi Gujiya is the most loved street food of Northern India. Gujiya is a sweet dumpling made with wheat flour, dipped in and served with sweet yoghurt with tamarind chutney.

    Breads: Poori / Phulka

    Two kinds of bread, one is a deep fried and the other is whole wheat bread cooked on the stove popularly known as Indian Chapati.

    Accompaniments: Chutneys, Pickles & Papads

    An Indian meal is incomplete without some homemade chutneys & pickles. Along with the pickle and chutney, we also serve some papad (a spherical crisp snack) and some salad.

    Dessert Sheer Khurma / Zarda / Agra Petha

    Sheer Khurma literally means milk with dates. Vermicelli roasted in clarified butter and then slow cooked till the milk is reduced & heavenly. Zarda is a traditional dessert, made by boiling rice with food colour, milk and sugar, flavoured with cardamoms, raisins, saffron, pistachios and almonds.  If you’re in Agra, your visit is incomplete without the super popular Pethas. It is a sweetened cube of ash gourd that has an off-beat texture which is crisp, juicy, chewy and candy-like at the same time. Sounds delicious right?

More About The Chef

A mother of two and a part of a beautiful heart-warming family, I love the feeling of belongingness & food definitely plays a huge role in this. My style of cooking reflects my style of living. It’s a combination of love, life, passion and a way of being! I love to learn the many cuisines and techniques of cooking and to experience the world and its experiences to my heart’s content & desire. I take pride in preparing for my own friends, family and especially my 2 children, this thrives me to continue my passion.


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