Ramadan; the holy month of fasting will finally conclude with the Eid festival, tomorrow. And we know how your cravings for experiencing that perfect treat of haleem, sizzling kebabs and aromatic biryanis would be in its full swing. India hosts the most ultimate meat food festivals at this time every year and therefore we have rounded up several of our favourites for you to enjoy this once-in-a-year extravaganza.
Self-drive from one part of the city to another with Myles as you intend to fill all those irresistible dishes into your tummy’s breadbasket. We are listing a few very popular places that you can visit, across the country.
1. Johnson Market, Bangalore
They serve street food throughout the year but Ramadan has seen some new stalls spring up for some delectable mutton and of course, chicken. Kebabs are a must-try! This market not only offers inexplicable food but is also beautifully decorated!
Where- Richmond Town
Book a self-drive ride with Myles and reach out to have the lit food out there.
2. Mosque Road, Bangalore
The food festival at the Mosque road is internationally featured each year. This year, due to the traffic congestion the number of stalls can be seen reduced in number but you get everything you want, in terms of having a feast. Frazer town is one of the most prominent areas in Bangalore and therefore self-driving towards this place can be alluring for more than one reason. Book with Myles and ride towards the ultimate self-satisfaction.
Where: Frazer Town
3. Pista House, Hyderabad
One of the most popular food joints in Hyderabad Pista House’s claim to fame is its spicy Mutton Haleem (a mutton and lentil preparation). Such is the popularity of the haleem that it is exported all around the world! Apart from that, you can also treat your taste buds to delicious Biryani and Kebabs. Round off your meal with a variety of delicious cakes and bakery products.
4. Karim’s: Hazarat Nizamuddin, Delhi
You could go to Karim’s close to Jama Masjid, but I recommend this not just for its Chicken Stew but also for the divine qawwali sessions at the Dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin and don’t leave without trying the delicious Phirni!
5. KAAKE DI HATTI- CHANDINI CHOWK, NEW DELHI
Synonymous with some really great cheap shopping options, Chandni Chowk is also filled with some of the best eateries. Vegetarians don’t despair! Head to Kake Di Hatti for some of the best Soya Chaps and Dal Makhani.
6. Al Madina, Mumbai
Ramadan delicacies are synonymous to Mohammad Ali Road, the long street that stretches below the JJ Flyover in south Mumbai. Also known as Mecca for Ramadan food, this is where you will find Mumbai’s best food in a wide variety of options. After an entire day of fasting, this place bustles with energy after sunset. Ramadan delicacies are synonymous to Mohammad Ali Road, the long street that stretches below the JJ Flyover in south Mumbai. Also known as Mecca for Ramadan food, this is where you will find Mumbai’s best food in a wide variety of options. You will be spoilt with choices. To make it easier for you to visit the Al-Madina fast food corner, which lies in the same lane as Minara Masjid. They are best known for their seekh kebabs.
So while you plan to drive down and visit these amazing food festivals, make sure that you book a self-drive ride with your favourite travel partner; Myles and go myling and smiling all the way to rock at the Ramzan food festivals.