Top 5 Delicacies to Try in Nashik

Nashik is a city grounded in religion, culture, and nature, and has never let go of the beauty it has captured since the Ramayana period. The city invites over millions of people across the globe during the Kumbh Mela, which is the largest human gathering pilgrimage on the planet. Apart from the cultural vibrancy, the city is popular for delicacies that are worth savoring. We have picked up the must-try dishes of the city that are sure to smack your lips.

Misal Pav at Kamfotel Hotel Nashik

Misal Pav 

Misal pav is the most popular and consumed food in Nashik. The city is often referred to as the misal capital. Misal pav is a spicy curry with varieties of added vegetables and sauces along with soft pav. This mouth-watering Maharashtrian snack is a true delight to the taste buds and it will never leave you disappointed.

Bhelpuri served in Kamfotel hotel in Nashik

Bhel Puri

Bhel puri is another favorite snack of the Nashikers. This dish is made up of puffed rice, tamarind pulp soaked in varieties of sauces. Though the dish comes in various tastes and forms, one can prepare it by any method by manipulating the ingredients. This crunchy snack is the most go-to eatery in the city.


Delectable dabeli served in a hotel in Nashik


Dabeli is a traditional Nashik snack served with both sweet and spicy potatoes fallen graciously on the pav with healthy pomegranates and spicy chutneys. This snack is not only a treat to the taste buds but also healthy for the bones. This typical savory snack is sure to leave you irresistible and mind blown.


Sabudana vada in a restaurant in Nashik

Sabudana Vada

Sabudana is a typical Nashik food savored during grand occasions and the sumptuous sabudana vada is inherited from this food. This is a deep-fried circular vada that comes with crispy ground nuts and spicy spinach chutney. The dish is prominently served with the essence of cultural pride and this snack is reassuringly the most coveted food in Nashik.

A dish containing boiled momo served with sauces


Momos is originally a Tibetan snack which later became popular all over the country. But, Nashik stands out from the map, as it houses the most delicious momos in the country. This unconventional street food is made up of simple flour and water dough dipped in spicy chutneys. A fully loaded momo platter is what you would desire on any fading day.

These popular snacks put the city under the spotlight and talk about its rich culture along with the never-ending list of eximious stuff that the city offers. Kamfotel Hotel is the best budget hotel in Nashik, which is located in the central part of the city. It is just 15 minutes drive away from the railway station. The hotel stands in a place where it is easy to travel to any corner of the city in just a few minutes. The hotel allures you into having a splendid vacation with family and friends, so toss your troubles and grab your backpacks to trade happiness and rejuvenation at Kamfotel.

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