Check out these 4 best places to have chaat in Banaras.
Majestic Ganga ghats, ancient temples, silk sarees and paan - everything in Varanasi reminds us of India’s rich cultural heritage and historical importance. But, these aside, Varanasi’s food is also prevalent - be it kachori sabzi, lassi or the array of chaats that adorn the streets of this holy city. You will find many varieties of chaat in Varanasi that will quickly win your heart. So, next time you are visiting Varanasi, don’t forget to make a trip to these four places that serve some delicious chaat.
Dashashwamedh Ghat is famous in Varanasi, with many people thronging the place every morning. If you are a fan of chaat, don’t forget to taste the offerings at Deena Chaat Bhandar. Here you will find different platters of chaat, but the tomato variety is the most liked here. In it, dry tomatoes are mixed with spices and spinach. This jaunt is also famous for its golgappa, aloo tikki, and gulab jamun.
If you are roaming around the Thatheri Market area, you must try the chaat at Ram Bhandar. Although apart from chaat, there are many other things like samosas and kachori sabzi that will instantly win your heart. The high point here is that everything in Ram Bhandar is prepared in desi ghee.
The oldest and most famous spot in Varanasi is Kashi Chaat Bhandar, located at Godowlia. This place is always crowded, thanks to its proximity to the ghat and Kashi Vishwanath Temple. You will find different chaats here, including tomato chaat, aloo tikki pani batashe, etc.
This place is full of different street food, and besides chaat, blue lassi is also quite famous here. So, if you feel like indulging in spicy food, visit Kachori Gali in the morning to explore the delicacies.