Let’s be honest, the best thing about monsoon besides the heat relieving showers is the joy of indulging in your food cravings without any extra lame excuse. All you then need is a cup of hot masala chai and then just sit back and fulfill all the food cravings that you’ve been ignoring for the past few months.
Since your food cravings are right now at a peak, we thought we would list down a few more delicacies that are the perfect companion to the cup of tea that you slurp gloriously.
This is an all time favourite snack for Indians across the map. This is among the few things we should be thank the Mughals for. A plate of samosa with chutney goes perfectly well with a cup of chai and sound of raindrops. The best restaurants have now started to make samosas with a twist. They offer varieties like chowmien samosa or a maqcroni samosa
Vada Pav is a maharashtrian delight which everyone enjoys indulging in. During a pleasant rainy day, a hot plate of vada pav is an absolute delight to have with tea. Next time it rains, don’t forget to order a plate of vada pav from the best restaurants in gurgaon to give your tea a perfect companion.
Those yummy egg chops, a cup of tea and endless gossips with friends equals to a perfect day during the downpour. This delicious bengali snack is a delicacy which fills not just your appetite but also your super monsoon craving. It is a delightful dish that every eggetarian enjoys.
Cutlets are another dish that are hugely popular among all Indians; they can be made with all kinds of ingredients keeping the bread crumbs as the base ingredient. Best restaurants in gurgaon make cutlets with vegetables, mushroom, chicken or even mutton; fish cutlets is also a popular dish. It is one of the best dish to satiate your longing of a tea time snack.
This traditional rajasthani snack is another thing we should probably thank the mughals for. Pyaaz kachori and moong dal kachori are among the popular variants of kachoris that can be found in good restaurants in gurgaon. Don’t forget to order online your hot plate of kachoris when it pours next.
Pakodas are the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the first downpour of monsoon. Pakoda and raindrops seem to have an unbreakable relationship. This is just the perfect companion for your chai time. Thanks to various online ordering procedure, you can now even book your pakodas online.