Very much like the Indian culture, Indian street food comes in all the colors and flavors. The street food in India is quite different from street food around the world. You can find a lot of simple yet exotic flavors in the markets of India. Every Indian city has its own favorite all-time snack. In the Indian flea markets or some stalls at the roadside, you’ll find a lot of street food with various options to choose from. People in India love street food and including it in the wedding menu will be a great option. So here we have listed some veg and non-veg options that you can consider.

Veg and Non-veg options For Wedding Menu

Paani Poori

Paani Poori is the absolute favorite of almost every Indian. Paani Poori or Gol Gappa consist of small puri shells which are hollow and are traditionally filled in with a seasoned mix of potatoes and chickpeas. Then the water with mixed spices is added to it. You can also include the different flavored water that will give a much more variety to the guests.

Paani Poori
Paani Poori

Samosa

Samosa is an all-time favorite snack for people of all age groups. A mix of seasoned potatoes and chickpeas is filled in a wrap and then fried to make a samosa. You can easily incorporate this in the wedding as there will be very many people who’ll have an appetite for it..!!

Samosa
Samosa

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Kachori

Much like the samosa, kachori is another street food that is loved by every Indian. Kachori is very much the same as samosa with the only difference being that instead of potato mix a mixture of boiled pulses and spices is filled in and the wrap is made in a rounded shape.

kachori
kachori

Dhokla

You can ask the top wedding caterers in Mumbai to include dhokla in the menu on the day of your wedding. Dhokla is a light snack of Gujarati origin. Being it so light this is a go-to snack for everyone in the breakfast.

Dhokla
Dhokla

North Indian Chaat

The north Indian chaat has papdi layered between a mixture of boiled chickpeas and mashed potatoes. Seasoned with a blend of spices and other toppings this dish is close to the hearts of many Indians. Introducing it to the wedding menu will be a great idea and we can guarantee that the stall will be filled with many guests.

North Indian Chaat
North Indian Chaat

Chole-Kulche

Chole Kulche is a very common roadside snack in the streets of many Indian cities. This is relatively heavier than all the other snacks that are mentioned in the list. Chole Kulche is so popular as they can even work as a meal so adding it in the wedding menu won’t be any problem.

Chole-Kulche
Chole-Kulche

Kathi Rolls

Kathi rolls are West Bengal’s equivalent to the burritos. A Kathi roll can be considered a close relative of Frankie. The flavor is really unique with roti on the exterior that envelopes the fillings. You may include different fillings at the wedding like cooked vegetables, scrambled eggs or spiced chicken.

Kathi Rolls
Kathi Rolls

We can understand that how much your wedding means to you and that it is the biggest day of your life. In every Indian wedding, food is most talked about, so having a delicious, beautifully plated buffet table becomes more important and we believe that adding the above things in the menu will be like the cherry on top. These were some of the additional options that will go really well with the overall menu that you decide for the day of your wedding. Indians just love to have street food, which you can easily tell by looking at all the crowds in the evening gathering around different roadside stalls. So, including the street food at the wedding is a pretty safe bet.