Agra Local Food Testing Tour


Start your food tour by trying Agra's most famous sweet, Petha. Made from ash gourd and flavored with various ingredients such as saffron, rose, or cardamom, Petha is a popular delicacy in the city. Visit one of the renowned sweet shops like Panchhi Petha or Bhagat Halwai to taste this delectable treat.

Bedai and Jalebi:

Head to a local breakfast joint or street food stall to savor another Agra specialty, Bedai and Jalebi. Bedai is a deep-fried bread made from wheat flour, stuffed with a lentil mixture, and served with spicy potato curry. Jalebi, on the other hand, is a sweet, spiral-shaped fried dessert soaked in sugar syrup. Some popular spots to try this combo include Deviram Sweets and Rambabu Paratha Bhandar.

Mughlai Cuisine:

Agra's rich culinary heritage is heavily influenced by the Mughal era. For lunch, explore the city's Mughlai cuisine at a traditional restaurant like Pinch of Spice or Dasaprakash. Indulge in delectable dishes such as biryanis, kebabs, and curries, which showcase the royal flavors of the Mughal kitchen.


In the evening, make your way to Sadar Bazaar or the bustling streets near the Jama Masjid to experience Agra's vibrant street food culture. Treat your taste buds to various chaat items like Aloo Tikki, Gol Gappe (Pani Puri), and Dahi Puri, which are spicy, tangy, and bursting with flavors. Shri Agrawal Chaat House and Agra Chaat House are popular spots to relish these street food delights.

Agra Pede:

As your food tour continues, don't miss the opportunity to try Agra Pede, a sweet treat made from khoya (milk solids), sugar, and flavored with cardamom. Pede have a rich, fudgy texture and are often garnished with pistachios or saffron strands. Visit stores like Gopaldas and Bhimsen to sample this local specialty.

Street Sweets:

End your Agra food tour on a sweet note by exploring the various street sweet shops in the city. From Rabri (thickened sweetened milk) to Balushahi (deep-fried sweet pastry), you'll find an array of tempting options to satisfy your sweet tooth. Kinari Bazaar and Johri Bazaar are excellent areas to stroll around and discover these local sweets.

Note :

Remember to stay hydrated throughout the food tour and consider carrying some antacid tablets, as the spices and flavors can be intense. Additionally, always prioritize hygiene and cleanliness while sampling street food. Enjoy your Agra local food tour and savor the delightful culinary offerings of this historical city!

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Tour Overview

  • Trip profile
    Same Day Tour
  • Monuments
    Agra Local Food Testing Tour
  • Type
    Same Day Tour
  • Total Days
  • Transportation
    Private AC Car
  • Pick Up and Drop
  • Ac Car with Driver
  • Free wifi in Car
  • Tour Guide (Govt. Approved)
  • Lunch at AC Restaurant
  • Monument Entrance Fee
  • Mineral Water
  • Tips & Gratuity
  • Any expense of personal nature