India is such a country that has a vivid and a different culture, where the dialect changes with every 7 Km the same happens with taste and food. India has a rich culture and this rich culture is enriched with rich food. Every city is famous for its food and taste. A lot of people also choose their travel destination because of the food available there. Have a look at these special cities of the country that serve the most delicious and mouth watering food items. Kolkata [caption id="attachment_42998" align="alignnone" width="759"] source[/caption] Puchka, that is also known as gol gappa or pani puri, is the king of street food in the city. Along with the drool-worthy papri chat, dum aloo phuchkas and dahi phuchkas giving tangy mouthfuls of heaven, the churmur made with mashed potato, crushed papri and tamarind pulp is another foodies’ delight. Amritsar [caption id="attachment_42999" align="alignnone" width="759"] Source[/caption] A visit to the city of the Golden Temple is incomplete without trying the langar. The ghee-laden Kara Prasad that the langar offers is worth fighting a way through the crowd. Moreover, the famous Amritsari kulcha has found its way all over the country now, but the preparation in the home city remains the best. The butter drenched, cauliflower and potato stuffed kulcha is another to-die-for delicacy. Ahmedabad [caption id="attachment_43000" align="alignnone" width="759"] Source[/caption] Gujju cities are famous for their nashtas and the spicy, tangy and delicate khakhra is a preparation you just can’t miss. Fafdas, namkeen, papad are some other food items you can relish and also buy to take home. Mumbai [caption id="attachment_43001" align="alignnone" width="759"] Source[/caption] Mumbai is a street foodie’s delight with the khau gali of the city offering a plethora of options to entice your taste buds. From the spicy vada pav, kheema pav to the chicken tikka masala, garlic naan, rabdi kulfi and phirni for dessert, one would have a hard time running out of tasty choices. New Delhi [caption id="attachment_43003" align="alignnone" width="759"] Source[/caption] From the backstreets of Chandni Chowk to the lanes of Sarojini Nagar, there is just too much for a foodie to have his/her fill. The spicy chaat options aside, one can savour the taste of hot and crisp chola bhaturas, aloo puri and a variety of paranthas the city has to offer. To soothe the spicy flavours of the meal, one can always indulge in the bountiful desserts like daulat ki chaat, karachi halwa, phirni that the capital offers.