15 Best Street Foods to eat in Dehradun

Posted on November 6, 2019

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Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand, particularly known for its divine history and culture. Immortalized by the author Ruskin Bond in several of his stories, this touring hotspot has become even more popular in recent years as connectivity has improved.

Local food carts are a typical sight all over the place and serve a great purpose as many who visit are on tight budgets and schedules. Good food, easily available on the move, will give you an insight into what keeps the locals going in this city.

If you happen to be visiting the city, be sure to take along our list of the best street food in Dehradun to experience the best of this city.

1. BUN TIKKI

BUN TIKKI

Dehradun’s own dabeli or vada pav can compare to that of Bombay. Dehradun has its own kind in the form of Bun Tikki. The Bun Tikki is exactly what it claims to be: a Tikki or Patti made with potato and chana dal, flavoured with spices, served in a lightly-toasted bun along with tamarind chutney and other condiments.

If you are around EC Road, you can try the best example of this tasty local treat at a stall simply named after the snack.

2. BREAD PAKORA

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Gaining popularity around the country, the bread pakora has come into its own in recent years. A favourite grab-and-go snack of Dehradun locals as well as visitors, it is a vegetarian sandwich, dipped in batter and deep-fried till golden, and served hot with chutney.

While available on every street corner, The Buffet snack shop serves one of the best you can get your hands on in Dehradun. Also available here are some great burgers and rolls – all cheap and very tasty.

MOMOS

The Wheat momo has always been a popular local roadside snack all over the city and around. Made with all sorts of delicious fillings, both vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian, wrapped in a thin sheet of dough, steamed or fried, and served with a spicy dipping sauce, these little dumplings can go down fast!

K.C. Momos, a little ahead of Silver City is famous for these scrumptious morsels, as well as their soups. Head here for absolutely the best mutton momos in the city.

4. CHHOLE PURI

CHHOLE PURI

What could be more satisfying than a bowl of piping-hot chhole and crispy puris? This spicy chickpea gravy, or chhole, is a common sight at many roadside vendors all across the city and as such has become one of the more popular street food dishes to make a mini-meal of on the go.

If you have a craving for some superb chhole puri while in Dehradun, then you need to head to Chetan Poori Wala at Hanuman Chowk. It is the best in the city and they have been featured on a few food shows, too.

dosa

South Indian food is very popular, not only in the South of the country but all over. Tiny Udipi carts, serving vegetarian fast food by the roadsides have become commonplace even in Dehradun.

For some excellent dosas, idlis, uttapam and the like, go down to Madrasi Dosa on Chakrata Road. Even the humble dosa is outstanding here and worth visiting for.

6. CHOWMEIN

CHOWMEIN

The proximity of Dehradun to China is probably the main reason why there are so many influences and similarities in the food and even culture of the two. Chowmein, a delicious stir-fried Chinese noodle dish, with fresh, crisp vegetables and slivers of meat, is a common sight being tossed up around street corner carts all over.

For some great chowmein in the city you have to visit the famous Bobby Fast Food Corner. Open only in the evenings post 5 till midnight, they serve many other great Indo-Chinese delights, too.

7. SPAGHETTI

SPAGHETTI

Another well-loved Spaghetti dish served all over Dehradun is none other than Maggi. The packet spaghetti are a hit all over the nation amongst not only the young but all age groups.

Definitely considered comfort food to many, you have got to visit Shivalik Maggi Point on the way to Mussoorie where you can find a variety of combinations of this inexpensive familiar food in a beautiful surrounding, making the experience invaluable.

8. PANEER SAMOSA

PANEER SAMOSA

Every state, city and even locality seems to have its own version of this deep-fried snack and Dehradun is no exception. The samosa’s flaky pastry, usually stuffed with spicy potato is a hungry travellers delight.

In Dehradun, a little stall near Bindal Bridge has added their own mouthwatering twist to this already delicious delight. The paneer samosas available at Jaina Ke Samose are like nothing you have had, with fresh cottage cheese and light crust, they are a must try if you are in the city.

9. TANDOORI MOMOS

TANDOORI MOMOS

Usually steamed or fried, the momo is a common snack found all over Dehradun, especially around street corners in busy areas, catering to the general public walking by and look for a quick bite. For an unusual twist to the well known and loved dumpling, Lala Jees Angithi is serving them grilled over a tandoor with a variety of stuffings and dips.

Also available are other tandoori delights but be sure to come here and sample the momos as they are something you have probably not tried before.

pakode

Hot out of the oil, no one can resist a good pakoda with chutney. With so many varieties to choose from, the humble pakoda is just about anything dipped in a gram flour batter and then deep-fried till crisp and golden.

A great place for this dangerously-delicious delight in the city has got to be Rajpurwale Sardarji Ke Pakode near Rajpur Chowk. Since 1952, the little kiosk has even been immortalized in stories. Be sure to try the jalebis here, too.

11. ICE CREAM

ICE CREAM

Though the region is blessed with pleasant weather most of the year, good ice cream does not need an excuse to be eaten. Evidence of the superb local produce is exhibited in most anything prepared locally and dairy has got to be high up the list.

As such, you can find some excellent local ice-creams with unique flavours in the city. To sample some delicious flavours head to Gaylord Ice Cream Parlor in the city; even in the cold weather, you will not be able to resist.

12. Falooda kulfi

falooda kulfi

India’s answer to the Ice-cream sundae, Falooda with Kulfi is a summertime treat all over, especially the Northern half of the sub-continent. This milk based treat, topped with rose syrup, kalonji seeds, vermicelli and delicious Indian ice cream, or kulfi as it’s known, has got to be the most popular cold dessert here. Go to Kumar Sweets near the city’s clock tower and sample a spectacular example of this treat as well as their yummy Paanwala mithai, ras malai, rasgulla, barfi and much more.

 KAFULI

Kafuli has a thick gravy-like consistency and is prepared from spinach and fenugreek leaves. Nowadays, people use different leafy vegetables to make this dish, but traditionally spinach and fenugreek are used.

14. CHAINSOO

Chainsoo is made from lentils (mainly black  urad dal ). This dish originated from the Garhwal tribe of the region. If you are not prone to this variety of lentil, you might find it a bit difficult to digest.

Phanu is similar to Chainsoo except for the ingredients. In Chainsoo, black  urad dal  is commonly used. But, in Phanu, different varieties of lentils can be used like moong or toor dal. Before actual cooking, the lentils are soaked in water for 4-6 hours.

So once you have tried all our suggestions, if you are in the mood to explore even more tantalising street food then be sure to check out Chakrata street where there are a multitude of carts and kiosks all serving delicious treats till late at night.

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by middha on March 13, 2018

The capital of Uttarakhand, Dehradun is known for its culture and history. Immortalized by author Ruskin Bond in many of his stories, this tourist hot spot has become even more popular in recent years as connectivity has improved.

Local food carts are a common sight all over the place and serve a great purpose as many that visit are on tight budgets and schedules. Good food, easily available on the move, will give you an insight on what keeps the locals going in this city.

If you happen to be visiting the city, be sure to take along our list of 12 best street food in Dehradun to experience the city through its delectable foods.

A Guide to Street Food in Dehradun

1. bun tikki.

Bun TIkka

Bun TIkka (source)

More popular than burgers, Dehradun’s own dabeli or vadapav, the Bun Tikki, is a exactly what it claims to be: a tikki or patti made with potato and channa dal, flavored with spices, served in a lightly-toasted bun along with tamarind chutney and other condiments.

If you are around EC Road, you can try the best example of this tasty local treat at a stall simply named after the snack.

  • Where: Bun Tikkiwala, EC Road, Dwarka Store Chowk

Also Read : 15 Best Places To Visit In Dehradun At Night

2. Bread Pakora

Bread Pakora

Bread Pakora (source)

Gaining popularity around the country, the bread pakora has come into its own in recent years. A favorite grab-and-go snack of Dehradun locals as well as visitors, it is a vegetarian sandwich, dipped in batter and deep-fried golden, and served hot with chutney.

While available on every street corner, The Buffet snack shop serves one of the best you can get your hands on in Dehradun. Also available here are some great burgers and rolls – all cheap and very tasty.

  • Where: The Buffet, Rajpur Road

Momos

Momos (source)

The momo has always been a popular local roadside snack all over the city and around. Made with all sorts of delicious fillings, both vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian, wrapped in a thin sheet of dough, steamed or fried, and served with a spicy dipping sauce, these little dumplings can go down fast!

K.C. Momos a little ahead from Silver City is famous for these scrumptious morsels, as well as their soups. Head here for absolutely the best mutton momos in the city.

  • Where: K.C. Momos, Rajpur Road

4. Chhole Poori

Chole Puri

What could be more satisfying than a bowl of piping-hot chhole and crispy pooris? This spicy chickpea gravy, or chhole, is a common sight at many roadside vendors all across the city and as such has become one of the more popular street food dishes to make a mini meal of on the go.

If you have a craving for some superb chhole poori while in Dehradun, then you need to head to Chetan Poori Wala at Hanuman Chowk. It is the best in the city and they have been featured on a few food shows, too.

  • Where : Hanuman Chowk

Also Check : 15 Stunning Places to Visit in Dehradun

Try an authentic Rava Dosa for breakfast

Try an authentic Rava Dosa for breakfast (source)

South Indian food is very popular, not only in the South of the country but all over. Tiny Udipi carts, serving vegetarian fast food by the roadsides have become commonplace even in Dehradun.

For some excellent dosas, idlis, uttapam and the like, go down to Madrasi Dosa on Chakrata Road. Even the humble dosa is outstanding here and worth visiting for.

  • Where : Chakrata Road and Parade Grounds

6. Chowmein

Chowmein

Chowmein (source)

The proximity of Dehradun to China is probably the main reason there are so many influences and similarities in the food and even culture of the two. Chowmein, a delicious stir-fried Chinese noodle dish, with fresh, crisp vegetables and slivers of meat, is a common sight being tossed up around street corner carts all over.

For some great chowmein in the city you have to visit he famous Bobby Fast Food Corner. Open only in the evenings post 5 till midnight, they serve many other great Indo-Chinese delights, too.

  • Where: Opposite Orient Cinema, Gandhi Park, Dehradun

Noodles

Another well-loved noodle dish served all over Dehradun is none other than Maggi. The packet noodles are a hit all over the nation amongst not only the young but all age groups.

Definitely considered comfort food to many, you have got to visit Shivalik Maggi Point on the way to Mussoorie where you can find a variety of combinations of this inexpensive familiar food in a beautiful surrounding, making the experience invaluable.

  • Where: Mussoorie Road

Also Read : The 14 Coolest Things to Do in Dehradun

8. Paneer Samosa

Paneer Samosas

Paneer Samosas

Every state, city and even locality seems to have its own version of this deep-fried snack and Dehradun is no exception. The samosa’s flaky pastry, usually stuffed with spicy potato is a hungry travellers delight.

In Dehradun, a little stall near Bindal Bridge has added their own mouthwatering twist to this already delicious delight. The paneer samosas available at Jaina Ke Samose are like nothing you have had, with fresh cottage cheese and light crust, they are a must try if you are in the city.

  • Where: Chakrata Road

9. Tandoori Momos

Tandoori Momos

Tandoori Momos

Usually steamed or fried, the momo is a common snack found all over Dehradun, especially around street corners in busy areas, catering to the general public walking by and look for a quick bite. For an unusual twist to the well known and loved dumpling, Lala Jees Angithi is serving them grilled over a tandoor with a variety of stuffings and dips.

Also available are other tandoori delights but be sure to come here and sample the momos as they are something you have probably not tried before.

Pakodas

Hot out of the oil, no one can resist a good pakoda with chutney. With so many varieties to choose from, the humble pakoda is just about anything dipped in a gram flour batter then deep-fried crisp and golden.

A great place for this dangerously-delicious delight in the city has got to be Rajpurwale Sardarji Ke Pakode near Rajpur Chowk. Around since 1952, the little kiosk has even been immortalized in stories. Be sure to try the jalebis here, too.

  • Where: Rajpur Chowk

11. Ice-Cream

Ice-Cream

Though the region is blessed with pleasant weather most of the year, good ice-cream does not need an excuse to be eaten. Evidence of the superb local produce is exhibited in most anything prepared locally and dairy has got to be high up the list.

As such, you can find some excellent local ice-creams with unique flavors in the city. To sample some delicious flavors head to Gaylord Ice Cream Parlor in the city; even in the cold weather you will not be able to resist.

  • Where: Paltan Bazar, Dehradun

12. Falooda Kulfi

street food in dehradun

Falooda Kulfi

India’s answer to the Ice-cream sundae, Falooda with Kulfi is a summertime treat all over, especially Northern half of the sub-continent. This milk based shake, topped with rose syrup, kalonji seeds, vermicelli and delicious Indian ice-cream, or kulfi as it’s known, has got to be the most popular cold dessert here. Go to Kumar Sweets near the city’s clock tower and sample a spectacular example of this treat as well as their yummy Paanwala mithai, rasmalai, rasgulla, barfi and much more.

  • Where : Clock Tower Road, Dehradun

So once you have tried all our suggestions, if you are in the mood to explore even more tantalising street food then be sure to check out Chakrata street where there are a multitude of carts and kiosks all serving delicious treats till late at night. Got any questions about street food in Dehradun? Let us know in the comments.

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  • 10 Street Foods in Dehradun You Gotta Gorge on to
  • January 19, 2018

Fancy Restaurants and Themed Cafes are taking all over the streets and roads of Dehradun. The town is catching up with the Metro cities and adding international flavours and exclusive cuisines to its menu. But what if you want to ditch the dolled up restaurants and cafes for a day and gorge on to some local and age old delicacies, which have been spreading the aromas of authentic Indian spices in the streets of Doon. Well then fret not, if your a newbie in town and want to indulge in steaming hot yet sublime delicacies of Doon then get ready to be spoilt by choice, as we have  for you the list of 10 best street grubs in Dehradun

1. Buffet Snack Shop

one amongst the ubiquitous(omnipresent) street food is delightful and wholesome burgers. You may find a number of food joints serving burgers in Doon, but there is none like Buffet. This burger joint serves lip-smacking bread rolls, burgers and sandwiches. They offer some really soothing milkshakes with delectable vanilla ice-cream that will make you feel giddy.

Buffet Snack Shop Dehradun

2. Soup & Cheese Momos @Singh Soup Bar

If you love some sizzling, steaming, scorching, gooey and cheesy kind of momos and soup then hop on to the Singh Soup Bar at Rajpur Road. The place offers absolutely yummy soup and vegetable cheese momos which are glazed with lovely processed cheese oozing out with each bite and not to forget the red chilli chutney, a perfect combo to droll over. You may also end up eating other Chinese delicacies served by them.

Singh Soup Bar Dehradun

3. Bun Tikki @Dwarka Store

Bun Tikki is somewhat the staple food of Doonites. Being in Doon you will land up at a variety of Bun Tikki stalls serving a tikki of mashed potatoes with a crisp golden crust fried on a griddle with the sweet and tangy tamarind chutney and the spicy mint and coriander chutney along with that. Every Bun Tikki Joint has its individual taste of flavours but the one near the Dwarka Store Chawk on EC Road is the oldest and has the most authentic flavours which you got to try.

Dwarka Store Bun Tikki, Dehradun

4. Chinese @Garhi Cantt

What would be better than a place that has the flavours and spices of the Chinese cuisine as its daily cooking ritual. in Garhi Cantt you will find a legion of Chinese food Joints that serve the delectable flavours and dishes of China. Be it the soupy noodles or steam/fried dumplings they have it all for you.

Chinese in Doon

5. Chat @Paltan Bazaar

If you’re window shopping on the streets of Dehradun or your out on a hunt of exploring the most dynamic and vibrant local market of the town then you will surely drive your way down to the Paltan Bazar. It not only sells stuff cheap at twice the price but also spices that your tongue will lust for. Try some chaat at the Chaat wali Gali near Paltan Bazaar where there are so many chhat waley bhaiyaa  waiting to satiate that tangy cravings of yours for pani puri and other spicy beauties.

Chat in Paltan Bazaar Dehradun

6. Sardarg Pakorey Waley

If you’re tripping somewhere around the old Rajpur near the MDDA Park, you will find a food joint serving crisp Jalebis and Pakora’s. A very renowned and desirable shop loved by the tourists and the locals, where a Sardarji serves freshly prepared smoking hot and droll worthy Pakora’s with a refreshing mint and coriander chutney that is loaded with the spices from every North Indian kitchen.

Sardarji Pakore Waley

7. Chetan Pooriwala

want to hit the road in search of a satisfying, cheap, delicious and hygienic breakfast then take a halt at the age old Chetan Pooriwala at Hanuman Chawk in Dehradun. The place is famous for its matchless and supremely made Poori’s which you surely won’t find elsewhere in the town. The Poori served is soft and well cooked and is served along with Boondi-Ka-Raita, Aloo-Ki-Sabzi and Kaddu-Ki-Sabzi . very affordable and jam-packed with delightful flavours, the Poori melts in your mouth as you try to chew it and the spices are so well balanced in the Sabzi that you will definitely go for a refill which by the way is free, but you gotta pay again for each Poori which is totally worth it and yet extremely cheap. So Happy Breakfast to y’all.

Chetan Poori Wale

8. Madrasi Dosa

There is no match to the South Indian flavours, nothing like a well flavoured and scorching hot Sambhar with a golden crusted and crisp Dosa. If you’re tongue is craving the South Indian aftertastes then head over to the Madrasi Dosa near Parade Ground who serves freshly made Dosa Sambhar with a buttery silky coconut chutney which will take your palates on a detour of Southern India.

Madrasi Dosa Dehradun

9. Maggie at Maggie Point

Maggie Point has gleeful vibes in itself and to top it up you can enjoy some delicious Masala Maggie before the Mussoorie Hills and sip on to some energising Ginger Tea which will heal not only your body but also your very soul.

Maggie Dehradun

10. Bobby Soup Bar

Bobby and his brothers have been in the food business ever since I was a kid, 22 years and still Bobby and brothers have their charisma in the food business. To begin with you can sip on to the tongue captivating chicken and tomato soups which have the perfect blend of spice, sweet and tangy-ness. The velvety chunks of chicken breast cooked in the broth which has a bony aftertaste is what makes your winter evening blissful. Also they have steamed dumplings that are again velvety and too meaty to be resisted. So go on have a taste of it.

Bobby Soup Bar

So just hop on to the streets in down and hunt down your favourite street food joint in Dehradun.

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Tulsi fast food in raipur area is not that big or luxurious place, but surely everyone knows there is no better place to find tasty non veg momos. Idk why it’s not mentioned here…

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Hello, It is not mentioned because its the list of ten street foods only, will surely love to add it in the next post. Do send in your suggestions mate. Thankyou

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When are we gonna hv a Doon street food contest in different categories as in big towns. Plan that , if possibl.

Hie Sunny, that is an incredible suggestion, will surely work on it Thanks.

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Ek survey of India k saamne KC momos hua karta tha, uska naam nahi hai. Shaandar momo aur soup wahan milte they

Hie Piyush, it has shifted to Jakhan, you can visit it. We will shortly come up with another one because this list had only 10 food joints. Thanks

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Pls add Count Down Restra Kanak Chowk in chinese food category. They are serving Chinese since last more then 25 years with same taste and with same cooking and serving staff.

Hie, Thanks for your suggestion… Will definitely do that in the second post as this was only about 10 street food joints amongst the many in Dehradun. Do send in your suggestions we would love to incorporate it in our articles. Thanks

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Great job..Well these are really mouth watering eatables served in the Dehradun at different places..

Glad you liked it, there are more will be listing them down shortly as this was just the top 10 category.

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Where is Bobby soup bar and can you also provide the actual location of sardar g pakore wale and Chetan pooriwala.

Bobby Soup Bar is near Gandhi Park, you go straight towards Orient Cinema Hall on the back side of gandhi park. Chetan pooriwala is at Hanuman Chawk which is near the Choti Sabzi Mandi you can go through Macchi Bazar if you know the way. Sardarg Pakore waley is located right at Rajpur Road close to MDDA Park. Hope this info will help you out.

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10 Most Popular Street Food Joints in Dehradun

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Dehradun- the name lets you imagine the surrounding hills, greenery; unpredictable weather, view of the famous Queen of hills- Massouri & of course the roadside food stalls spread out across each Galli, Mohalla of Doon. If you are at Doon and looking for the local delicacies, then this article is for you!

Dehradun is best known for its multi cuisines from North Indian, Pahadi food to authentic Chinese & Tibetan delicacies. Maximum of the best eating joints in the town can be located along the Rajpur Road, Astley Hall, Dharampur, Chakrata Road &Mussouri Road. Here is a list of Dehradun's famous lip-smacking street foods and the places where you can enjoy them with your buddies & family.

The Buffet Snacks Shop @ Rajpur Road

Photo of 10 Most Popular Street Food Joints in Dehradun 1/10 by Rashmi Kanti

Spot the best Burgers & Bread Rolls across the city at The Buffet! Buffet Snacks Shop is a small fast food joint located in Rajpur Road opposite to Gandhi Park. It is one of the famous fast food corners where you can enjoy the perfect crispy burgers at the price as low as Rs 18. No, we are not joking! The most amazing thing is it can beat Mcdonald's burgers. Apart from Burgers, you can enjoy Bread rolls, all types of shakes & coffee at a very nominal price.

Why Buffet?

Of course for their Macdy level burgers (that are cheap too) & awesome shakes especially milkshakes & banana shakes.

Why not Buffet?

If you don't wanna deal with a huge rush out there!

K.C Momo's & Soup Bar @ Jakhan- Rajpur Road

KC Restaurant is famous for its piping hot & delicious Mutton Momos & variety of Soups. This small food joint is said to be the oldest fast food corner in Dehradun. Located few meters ahead of silver city, just in front of Survey of India back gate, Rajpur Road, the shop offers noodles, spring rolls, mutton & veg momos & all types of soups. Finding a seat would be difficult, though, yet you can make your order on sitting comfortably in your car.

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For their big chunks of momos with generous mutton filling inside & their hot tomato & chicken soups. Also for their nominal prices.

Why not KC?

If you are a hygiene freak, don't dine there. Instead, you can ask them to parcel your order.

Bun TikkiWala @ Dwarka Store Chowk

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We Doonites prefer eating Bun Tikkis over Burgers and in Dehradun, you can locate many Bun Tikkis Stalls scattered across. And the most popular one is -A Bun Tikki wala at Dwarka Store Chowk. Yes its awkward to call him just a BunTikki wala since his identity is unknown. He get recognized with its stall location at Dwarka Store, EC Road. The crispy tikkis with chatni, dahi & onion is been put in two slices of Buns and you are ready to feel its explosive taste & aroma, price being just Rs 20.

ChetanPooriWala @ Hanuman Chowk

If you are craving for a full Saatvik Mata ke Bhandare wala khana then this place is for you! The shop is located at main Hanuman Chowk, Dehradun. At Chetan Puri Wala you will get a full meal plate that includes Chhole, Aalu, Kaddu ki Meethi Sabzi with Crispy just fried hot pooris. The awesome thing is that you have to pay for just a plate & can ask for sabzis unlimited times. You will just pay for more pooris. Also, you can get your pooris packed along with aalu sabji or Kadu sabji.

This poori wala has also been telecasted at NDTV Good times on the Rocky Mayur's Foodie Show. You'll definitely forget high profile restro's cuisines after having this pure Indian poori bhaaji!

Madrasi Dosa @ Chakarata Road

In Dehradun, you will find many famous restaurants that serve authentic South Indian cuisine like Dosa, Idlis, Bada, Uttapam etc. Madrasi Dosa is unique among all of them. Located at main Chakrata Road, (and one at Pared Ground too), this stall is famous for its authentic taste and reasonable price. Since its just a stall, you'll have to eat your food standing, but believe me the taste is worth to be enjoyed without your sitting comfort.

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Bobby Fast Food Corner @ Gandhi Park

Bobby fast food corner is situated just beside the Gandhi Park, opposite to Orient Cinema. The food corner is famous for its freshly prepared chowmein, Chicken Momos and Soups. The stall commences in the evening 5'O clock opened till 11 at night. I can still feel the lip smacking taste of Chicken Soup topped with a big chunk of Amul Butter.

A must try street corner, if you are passing by Gandhi Park area!

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Maggi Points @ Mussoorie Road

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If you are at Doon and haven't been to Massuri then you will miss an auspicious thing of your trip! While going to Massuri , you'll locate some roadside hawker sheds popularly known as Maggi Point. These maggi points offer you a great view of hills & Dehradun city from the top. So what are you waiting for? Plan a trip to Massuri, Pause your journey to these Maggi stalls, take out your Camera, showcase your photographic skills while enjoying the piping hot & spicy Maggi at Maggi Points of Doon.

Kumar Sweets @ Clock Tower

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If you are a sweets lover and looking for some popular sweet corners around the city then Kumar Sweets is a must try! They serve varieties of sweets from Rasmalai, Pan Sweet to Chocolate Barfi & Rosogulla, each one being so mouth-watering. My Recommendations- Paan wali mithai, Rasmalai & Faaluda Kulfi in summers!

Gaylord Ice Cream Parlour @ Paltan Bazaar

Gaylord Ice Cream Parlour is one of the best & famous ice cream parlours in Dehradun City located at the starting of Paltan Bazaar near Clock Tower. Here you'll spot best ice-cream cones at as low as Rs 10. It offers different flavours of ice cream like- Vanillas, Chocolate, Strawberry, Butterscotch, black forest special cold coffee with ice-cream etc. Though this small shop is famous for its soft cones, yet you'll find many other snacks like hot dogs, sandwiches, pastries & more.

So if you are a shopaholic then try our Paltan Bazaar! And don't forget to try Gaylord's ice-cream cone located just in the place!

Best Chinese Fast Food Stall @Kishan Nagar Chauk

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Well, this is my personal favourite one! The stall is very famous for its Gravy Rolls, Momos, Kababs & Gravy Manchurian. Though it again has a lost identity, yet you can spot this place few steps ahead to main Kishan Nagar Chauk opposite to Bata. The shop starts from the evening and so the rush starts. You will have to definitely wait a long to receive your order, but its total worth. My recommendations- Gravy Roll, Gravy Manchurian with Noodles & Kababs.

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Nestled amidst the picturesque hills of the Garhwal region, Dehradun is a city that not only captivates with its natural beauty but also tantalizes taste buds with its vibrant street food scene. The bustling streets and aromatic alleys are a haven for food enthusiasts, offering a diverse array of delectable treats that reflect the city’s rich culinary heritage. Embark on a gastronomic journey through the lanes of Dehradun as we explore ten must-visit street food destinations that will leave you craving for more!

1. Paltan Bazaar – Chaat Delight:

No street food adventure in Dehradun would be complete without a visit to the iconic Paltan Bazaar, the heart of the city’s street food culture. From crispy aloo tikkis to spicy golgappas filled with tangy tamarind water, the chaat stalls here offer an explosion of flavors. The famous Ramji’s Chole Bhature is a must-try, where the fluffy bhaturas complement the spicy and flavorful chole (chickpea curry). As the sun sets, the alleys of Paltan Bazaar come alive with mouthwatering fruit chaats, kulfi, and the delightful Jalebi-Fafda, a sweet and savory combo loved by locals and visitors alike.

2. Rajpur Road – Momos Galore:

Momos, the beloved dumplings from the Himalayan region, have found a special place in Dehradun’s street food culture. Rajpur Road, one of the city’s bustling areas, is a haven for momo lovers. From traditional steamed momos to fried ones with an array of fillings such as paneer, chicken, and vegetables, the choices are endless. Don’t forget to try the lip-smacking fiery red chili chutney that accompanies the momos, adding an extra kick to this delightful snack.

3. Astley Hall – Bun-Tikki and Chole Bhature:

Astley Hall, known for its old-world charm, is a gastronomic gem offering a unique twist on some popular street food classics. The streets here come alive with vendors selling scrumptious bun-tikki, a fusion of aloo tikki (potato patties) sandwiched between soft buns, drizzled with a medley of chutneys and spices. Astley Hall is also renowned for its flavorsome Chole Bhature, boasting a distinct blend of spices that has stood the test of time.

4. Gandhi Road – Sweet Temptations:

No culinary exploration is complete without indulging in the city’s sweet delights, and Gandhi Road has got you covered. From the famous Bal Mithai, a traditional sweet made with roasted khoya and coated with sugar balls, to the melt-in-your-mouth Rusks and delicious Singhori, a delectable dessert wrapped in Malai (cream) and served in dried leaves, Gandhi Road is a haven for those with a sweet tooth.

5. Balliwala Chowk – Lassi Extravaganza:

The sweltering heat of Dehradun demands a refreshing beverage, and Balliwala Chowk is the place to quench your thirst with its famous lassis. These creamy concoctions come in various flavors, including the classic sweet lassi, tangy mango lassi, and the indulgent chocolate lassi, offering a perfect respite from the scorching sun.

6. Jakhan – Tibetan Delicacies:

Jakhan, a vibrant locality in Dehradun, is known for its influence of Tibetan cuisine. Explore the delightful street food stalls serving piping hot Thukpa, a hearty noodle soup filled with vegetables, meat, or momos, and Momos with a distinct Tibetan twist. The momos here often come with special sauces and dips that tantalize the taste buds. Do not miss the butter tea, a unique Tibetan beverage that complements the savory delicacies perfectly.

7. Chakrata Road – Kachoris and Samosas:

For those craving crispy and savory snacks, a visit to Chakrata Road is a must. The area boasts a delightful variety of Kachoris and Samosas, both fried to perfection and generously stuffed with spiced peas, lentils, and potatoes. The local vendors have perfected the art of creating flaky and flavorful treats that are best enjoyed with spicy green chutney.

8. Prem Nagar – Singori and Thechwani:

Prem Nagar offers an authentic taste of the regional delicacies Singori and Thechwani. Singori is a traditional sweet made from Khoya, coconut, and wrapped in Maalu leaves. On the other hand, Thechwani is a spicy and rustic curry prepared with mashed radishes and accompanied by local bread called Baadi. Both dishes showcase the unique culinary heritage of the Garhwal region.

9. Kanwali Road – Parathas and Chole Kulche:

If you’re in the mood for soul-satisfying street food breakfast, Kanwali Road is the place to be. Here, you can relish a wide variety of stuffed parathas, from classic aloo (potato) to innovative combinations like paneer and spinach. Pair these delectable parathas with Chole Kulche, a flavorful chickpea curry served with soft, leavened bread, for a hearty and filling meal to start your day.

10. Indira Market – Momos and Maggi:

Indira Market caters to the taste buds of both locals and tourists, offering a unique blend of street food experiences. The market is famous for its Maggi noodles, a favorite among the young crowd, and its plethora of momo vendors serving up both traditional and fusion momo varieties. The vibrant ambiance and the aroma of these delightful treats make Indira Market an unmissable stop on your street food adventure.

Final Thoughts:

Dehradun, with its charming locales and vibrant culture, offers a street food adventure that is second to none. From spicy chaats and crispy momos to sweet delights and refreshing beverages, the city’s culinary offerings will leave you enchanted. So, pack your bags and set out on a mouthwatering journey through the streets of Dehradun, immersing yourself in the flavors that define this charming city’s food culture. Get ready to experience the perfect blend of tradition and innovation that makes Dehradun a street food paradise!

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20 Famous Street Foods in Dehradun: Exploring the Rich and Diverse Street Food

20 Famous Street Foods in Dehradun

The capital of Uttarakhand, Dehradun, is famous for its street food as well as its culture and history. Dehradun provides a broad variety of cuisines, including North Indian, Pahadi, real Chinese, and Tibetan dishes. The greatest restaurants in the city are found on Rajpur Road, Astley Hall, Dharampur, Chakrata Road, and Mussouri Road. In this article, we will explore the 20 most famous street foods in Dehradun that you must try.

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1. Bun Tikki

The Bun Tikki is unquestionably Dehradun’s best street food—it’s a vegetarian’s paradise. With each bite, a flavor explosion is produced by a crispy potato and lentil patty encased in a soft bun and topped with chutneys and spices. Visit the renowned Bun Tikki Wala near the Dwarka Store for the real deal, or check out the several vendors adding their own special touches to this well-loved favorite.

2. Aloo Kachori

Savor the deliciousness of Aloo Kachori, a golden-fried delight that will satisfy any need. These delicious treats, bursting with spiced potato stuffing, go well with steaming hot chai or tart chutneys. For an unforgettable flavor, make sure to try the renowned Aloo Kachori at Chetan Poori Wala, Hanuman Chowk.

The Tibetan dumplings known as momos have made a permanent home in the culinary centre of Dehradun. These adaptable treats may be eaten steamed, fried, or grilled, and they are loaded with juicy veggies or tender meat. For those who love momos, K.C. Momo’s & Soup Bar on Jakhan-Rajpur Road is a haven, serving you a variety of options to satisfy your cravings.

4. Chhole Poori

Chhole Poori, a classic North Indian treat, is a harmonious blend of light puris and fiery curry made with chickpeas. Every taste is absolute bliss—the vivid colors and enticing perfume are just the beginning. The place to go to experience this delectable combo that will have you licking your fingers is Buffet Snacks Shop on Rajpur Road.

Dehradun’s delicious dosas are a testament to its appreciation of South Indian cuisine. A local staple, Madrasi Dosa on Chakarata Road serves crispy, paper-thin pancakes with a choice of delectable fillings. For the whole dosa experience, don’t forget to savor their sambar and coconut chutney.

6. Chowmein

The delectable joy of Chowmein brings the combination of Indo-Chinese cuisine to life in the streets of Dehradun. Noodles that have been stir-fried with meat, veggies, and a variety of sauces produce a harmonious blend of flavors and textures. A hidden gem in Kishan Nagar Chauk, the Best Chinese Fast Food Stall is well-known for its mouthwatering chowmein and ample quantities.

7. Bread Pakora

Bread pakoras are a simple yet highly addicting snack made of deep-fried bread pieces that have been spiced and dipped in a chickpea batter. These golden beauties, crispy on the exterior and tender within, are ideal for sating sudden hunger pains. Discover your favorite version of this straightforward dish by exploring the offerings of each street vendor.

8. Falooda Kulfi

Savor the creamy delight of Falooda Kulfi, a traditional Dehradun delicacy, on a hot day. In each bowl, layers of kulfi, vermicelli, fruits, nuts, and rosewater syrup produce a captivating sight. Popular for serving up traditional cuisine with a contemporary twist is Kumar Sweets, located close to the Clock Tower.

9. Tandoori Momos

Tandoori Momos are a distinctive and delectable take on the traditional momo, marinated in spices and perfectly cooked over charcoal. Gandhi Park’s Bobby Fast Food Corner is a well-liked location to sample this street food trend-setter that has both locals and tourists’ mouths watering.

10. Maggi Points

Maggi is loved more in Dehradun than just instant noodles since the city’s Maggi Points elevate this quick meal to gourmet standards. Maggi offers a creation to suit every taste, ranging from spicy to cheese-filled twists. Numerous well-known Maggi Points can be found on Mussoorie Road, and each one puts an own twist on the instant classic.

11. Samosa Chaat

A tangy and flavorful explosion of flavours, Samosa Chaat is a must-try street cuisine in Dehradun. A symphony of flavors and textures is produced when crumbled crisp samosas are combined with chutneys, spices, and fresh veggies. In Dehradun, it seems like there is a chaat booth at every market or chowk, so grab a plate and indulge in this delicious treat.

12. Aloo Tikki

Aloo Tikki, a crispy potato patty covered in spices and chutneys, is a tasty and substantial vegetarian dish. Every street vendor in the city has their own unique take on the dish, with a blend of spices and toppings that are kept a mystery until you find it.

13. Litti Chokha

The streets of Dehradun have welcomed this smokey delight from Bihar with open arms. Packed into dough balls, marinated minced meat or mashed sattu (roasted chickpea flour) is served with spicy chokha (mashed potato and brinjal chutney), and cooked in a clay oven. The place to go to experience the earthy flavors and textures of Litti Chokha is Mama Ji ke Katlambe in Moti Bazar.

14. Guptaji Ki Kachori

Guptaji Ki Kachori in Paltan Bazaar is more than just a food cart—it’s a landmark. Their kachoris are legendary; they are made with a special blend of spices and potatoes and melt in your mouth. Expect long waits, but believe me—the true street food experience is well worth the wait.

Kulfi is a must-try when exploring Indian street food, and Dehradun has a wide selection of flavors and textures. The city boasts everything from nutty pista kulfi to creamy malai kulfi. While contemporary stores like Natural Ice Cream offer creative twists on this traditional delight, Gaylord Ice Cream Parlour in Paltan Bazaar is well-known for its original kulfi.

A traditional paan will round off your delicious and refreshing Dehradun street food experience. Betel leaf bundles with spicy chunna (lime paste), fragrant cardamom, and sweet supari (betel nut) provide a distinctive and satiating end to your gastronomic adventure. Look around at different paan stalls to locate the ideal dessert for after dinner.

17. Bhature-Chole

There is no need to introduce Bhature-Chole, this power couple from Punjab. A rich, spicy chole stew with a punch and fluffy, perfectly puffed bhaturas are Dehradun’s delicious twist on this traditional dish. Go to Sharma Chole Bhature in Ghantaghar for a dish that will keep you full for hours.

18. Singed Corn

A typical evening snack in Dehradun is singed corn on the cob, a straightforward but incredibly irresistible street dish. Vendors perfect the smokey flavor of their charred kernels by adding lime and a hint of salt. Discover them roasting close to busy marketplaces and street corners, their aroma luring you in like a magnet.

19. Dahi Bhalla

This Dehraduni version of the popular North Indian dish Dahi Bhalla consists of soft lentil dumplings dipped in creamy yogurt and topped with spicy and tart chutneys. Perfect for a light lunch or a cool snack, each mouthful offers a wonderful play of textures and flavors. Don’t miss them at Kallu Ki Dahi Bhalle, a neighborhood landmark on Rajpur Road that is well-known for its age-old recipe.

20. Guntur Mirchi Bajji

Guntur Mirchi Bajji is a hot trip for spice lovers. Andhra Pradesh green chilies are deep-fried after being dipped in a chickpea batter, producing crunchy morsels with a powerful kick. For a taste of genuine Andhra cuisine that will stay with you, try them at Andhra Bhavan Restaurant in Ashok Nagar.

Top Spots for Foodie Adventures

The streets of Dehradun are lined with culinary fantasies; they entice with fragrances, mouthwatering sounds, and vivid colors that promise mouthwatering treats for all palates. Where should one even start when there are so many options? Do not worry, my fellow food enthusiast, as we will lead you to the top Dehradun street food locations:

1. Rajpur Road: Offering a wide variety of cuisines, Rajpur Road is the vibrant hub of Dehradun’s street food scene. This route offers a comprehensive gastronomic experience, from the famous Bun Tikki Wala to K.C. Momo’s & Soup Bar and Buffet Snacks Shop.

2. Paltan Bazaar: Guptaji Ki Kachori and the Gaylord Ice Cream Parlour welcome you as you enter this street food haven. In this age-old market that defies time, haggle your way to street food ecstasy.

3. Chakrata Road : Do you want the tastes of South India? For a flavor of the south, head to Chakrata Road and try Madrasi Dosa and Cafe Sparrow. For a genuine taste, tuck into the cool coconut chutney and sambar.

4. Maggi Points on Mussoorie Road : Take a stroll down memory lane at this location. With each taste, these eccentric stands transform instant noodles into gourmet dishes that bring back memories of childhood in a range of flavors.

5. Ghantaghar: A trip to Sharma Chole Bhature in Ghantaghar is a must for every street food excursion. Any fan of Punjabi cuisine should definitely taste the fluffy bhaturas and creamy, spicy chole served at this legendary restaurant.

Why Dehradun Food Is So Famous

Dehradun Street food is famous for several reasons, including its rich cultural heritage, diverse culinary influences, and the quality of ingredients used in the dishes. Here are some factors that contribute to the fame of Dehradun’s street food:

Rich cultural heritage: The history of street cuisine in Dehradun stretches back to the time when the city was a well-liked hill outpost for British colonial officers. Street food sellers would set up shop close to the colonial bungalows during this time and serve the guests a range of foods.

Diverse culinary influences: The street food in Dehradun is a reflection of the varied culinary influences and rich cultural legacy of the city. Most of the city’s food is Garhwali, but you may also get North Indian, Pahadi, and real Chinese and Tibetan cuisine.

Fresh ingredients and traditional recipes: Dehradun’s street food vendors are well-liked by both residents and tourists due to their fresh ingredients, traditional cooking methods, and reasonable costs.

Popularity among locals and visitors: Both residents and tourists like eating on the streets of Dehradun, and many tourists make it a point to sample some of the city’s well-known cuisine while they’re there.

Dehradun is a city which is famous for its street food. From bun tikki to gravy rolls, the city offers a wide range of street food that you must try. In this article, we have mentioned 20 most famous street foods in Dehradun that you must try. So, next time you are in Dehradun, do try these delicious street foods and experience the city through its food.

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Must Try Street Food & Restaurants to Visit in Dehradun

Hello again, This is a piece for all the foodies out there who wander not for places but for food. Today we are going to take you, the ever-hungry foodie through the streets of Dehradun and tell you about the 5 places that you need to visit to satisfy your taste buds, So come along on this tasty ride, Cause nothing feels better than a good meal.

Must Try Street Food & Restaurants to Visit in Dehradun

Must Try Street Food & Restaurants to Visit in Dehradun

Doon Darbar

The first one in the list has to be the ever crowded Doon darbar. Doon darbar is one of the most famous restaurants in town and offers Indian, Asian and Afghani cuisine, But the arabian dishes here are the one you must keep your eye on.

The restaurant is rated very highly among the locals and is often crowded so you might have to wait for a while o get your order, But trust us ii’s worth the wait.  

The prices are a little higher than usual but not something which is out of reach, And a real foodie knows that the taste beats the price whatever it might be, So keep this one on your list when in Doon and better go there by a riksha as there is no parking space since it’s just beside the road. You can also order your food online and go for takeaways.

Special mention : Tandoori dishes  

Meals : Lunch & Dinner

Orchard –

The second one on the list is Orchard, This place serves Indian, Caribbean, Asian and Tibetan cuisines. The place is famous amongst the locals and is near the MDDA park. The best thing about the place is the ambience which makes it popular among the youngsters, The food is great and the service is good too, You might feel it is a bit laid back but that just adds to the ambience.

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  It’s one of the best places to tryout the Tibetan food in doon and you must give it a try, The place serves mostly chinese and you will get a lot of vegan and gluten free options. There is live music at the place so it’s a great place to chill and fill your stomach, The place is very hygienic and there is also an outdoor seating available. The parking is available at the place, So you can hop in your vehicles. So this one is definitely a must visit when you are in Doon. Takeout is also available at this place.

Special mention: Thukpa

Meals: Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, After hours

No. 3 on the list is Anandam. Many people must be familiar with name as Anandam is present in many cities and is a delight for all the vegetarians.

Anandam, As the name suggests will surely give you a lot of “anand” if you love Indian food and fast food. The place is hit amongst the families and serves vegetarian food along with the street fast food such as gol gappas, Samosa, Dosa, chowmein among others. The place is also famous the sweets and you will get some of the tastiest Bengali sweets at the place. The chat, Tikki and dhokla are among my favorites at this place and a rasogulla after the meal makes you wanna have more.

The service is great at the place. You will be treated with warmth by the staff, And will get your orders on time, The vairties in sweets are many and same is the case with the dishes.

The parking is available at the place. The seating is not huge but it is ok and you won’t have to hustle. This is truly a gem and you will not leave the place disappointed. The price range is good and you will get good value for your money.

Meals :- Lunch, Dinner, Brunch

Special mention: Chole kulche, Masala dosa

Punjabi Grill

If you are making a list about food and at that food in india, You better not skip a good Punjabi restaurant. That is why we have added Punjabi grill at no. 4 in   this list.

The Punjabi grill offers a wide range of dishes, It serves Indian as well as Asian cuisines. You will get many vegetarian meals here, The place serves the age old Punjabi dishes with a bit of modern twists but the taste remains pure as ever. From tandoori dishes to chole kulche you will get everything Punjabi and north Indian here and will also get to taste some royal dishes as well. The place is very well maintained and the staff is nice too, You will leave with a smile and a heavy stomach so be prepared. The parking facilities are available at the place so you will not be hustling with vehicle outside. The restaurant is priced above average but the food makes up for it, So do give it a go.

Meals: Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks

Special mention: Raan-E-Sikandari

Grill is a buffet restaurant and bar situated at jakhan. One of the best places to visit if you love some barbecue to go with some drinks, Add to that the serene view of Mussoorie and You have a perfect evening.

Grille offers a wide range of Indian, International and Asian dishes that go well along with the bar. The barbecue buffet offered here is the best in the city. Being at the foothills of Mussoorie, This place is quite popular locally and Terrace is a great place to have your friends over for a chill night-out as the terrace parties hosted here are just lovely and gives you a slight insight into the local nightlife.

You will find the drinks of all kinds, Though it might be a tad expensive. The concept is very similar to barbecue nation, The starters are great and the main course is good as well, So if you love barbecue then you love this too.

Meals: Lunch, Drinks, Dinner

Special mention: Prawns here are great.

Must Try Street Food at Dehradun 

The street food in Dehradun is a delight, The city is rich with the variety of street foods, from gol gappe to chole bhature, You will find everything but the two street foods that the city is famous for is the chowmein which is basically noodles(But not your regular ones) and Momos.

If you were to ask a Doonite to take you to a food joint, He would definitely take you to his favorite momos stall, Such is the quality and quantity of this food item and its stalls.  

The Maggie points too are very popular and you will find dozens of them on the Mussoorie road, So some great Maggie to go with the beautiful view of the city from atop is what you will be getting, There are many bakery’s as well in the city which serve their own version of pizzas and burgers.

The Tibetan Thupka is also very famous here and you must try it out. Listing below some of the food joints you should visit to try out the street food.

1.The buffet snacks shop (Rajpur road)

2. K.C Momo’s and Soup bar (Jakhan, Rajpur road)

3. Bun tikki wala (Dwarka store chowk)

4.Chetan poori wala ( chakrata road)

5. Maggie points (mussoorie road)

6. Kumar Sweets (clock tower)

So with this we bid adieu until next time, Meanwhile I’ll just go fill belly from my favorite joint cause writing one blog does make you hungry, Not only for food but for the next article as well, So see you soon, Cheers to some tasty trips.

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Dehradun- the name lets you imagine the surrounding hills, greenery; unpredictable weather, view of the famous Queen of hills- Massouri & of course the roadside food stalls spread out across each Galli, Mohalla of Doon. If you are at Doon and looking for the local delicacies, then this article is for you!

Dehradun is best known for its multi cuisines from North Indian, Pahadi food to authentic Chinese & Tibetan delicacies. Maximum of the best eating joints in the town can be located along the Rajpur Road, Astley Hall, Dharampur, Chakrata Road &Mussouri Road. Here is a list of Dehradun's famous lip-smacking street foods and the places where you can enjoy them with your buddies & family.

The Buffet Snacks Shop @ Rajpur Road

Why Buffet?

Of course for their Macdy level burgers (that are cheap too) & awesome shakes especially milkshakes & banana shakes.

Why not Buffet?

If you don't wanna deal with a huge rush out there!

K.C Momo's & Soup Bar @ Jakhan- Rajpur Road

KC Restaurant is famous for its piping hot & delicious Mutton Momos & variety of Soups. This small food joint is said to be the oldest fast food corner in Dehradun. Located few meters ahead of silver city, just in front of Survey of India back gate, Rajpur Road, the shop offers noodles, spring rolls, mutton & veg momos & all types of soups. Finding a seat would be difficult, though, yet you can make your order on sitting comfortably in your car.

For their big chunks of momos with generous mutton filling inside & their hot tomato & chicken soups. Also for their nominal prices.

Why not KC?

If you are a hygiene freak, don't dine there. Instead, you can ask them to parcel your order.

Bun TikkiWala @ Dwarka Store Chowk

ChetanPooriWala @ Hanuman Chowk

If you are craving for a full Saatvik Mata ke Bhandare wala khana then this place is for you! The shop is located at main Hanuman Chowk, Dehradun. At Chetan Puri Wala you will get a full meal plate that includes Chhole, Aalu, Kaddu ki Meethi Sabzi with Crispy just fried hot pooris. The awesome thing is that you have to pay for just a plate & can ask for sabzis unlimited times. You will just pay for more pooris. Also, you can get your pooris packed along with aalu sabji or Kadu sabji.

This poori wala has also been telecasted at NDTV Good times on the Rocky Mayur's Foodie Show. You'll definitely forget high profile restro's cuisines after having this pure Indian poori bhaaji!

Madrasi Dosa @ Chakarata Road

In Dehradun, you will find many famous restaurants that serve authentic South Indian cuisine like Dosa, Idlis, Bada, Uttapam etc. Madrasi Dosa is unique among all of them. Located at main Chakrata Road, (and one at Pared Ground too), this stall is famous for its authentic taste and reasonable price. Since its just a stall, you'll have to eat your food standing, but believe me the taste is worth to be enjoyed without your sitting comfort.

Bobby fast food corner is situated just beside the Gandhi Park, opposite to Orient Cinema. The food corner is famous for its freshly prepared chowmein, Chicken Momos and Soups. The stall commences in the evening 5'O clock opened till 11 at night. I can still feel the lip smacking taste of Chicken Soup topped with a big chunk of Amul Butter.

A must try street corner, if you are passing by Gandhi Park area!

Kumar Sweets @ Clock Tower

Gaylord Ice Cream Parlour @ Paltan Bazaar

Gaylord Ice Cream Parlour is one of the best & famous ice cream parlours in Dehradun City located at the starting of Paltan Bazaar near Clock Tower. Here you'll spot best ice-cream cones at as low as Rs 10. It offers different flavours of ice cream like- Vanillas, Chocolate, Strawberry, Butterscotch, black forest special cold coffee with ice-cream etc. Though this small shop is famous for its soft cones, yet you'll find many other snacks like hot dogs, sandwiches, pastries & more.

So if you are a shopaholic then try our Paltan Bazaar! And don't forget to try Gaylord's ice-cream cone located just in the place!

Best Chinese Fast Food Stall @Kishan Nagar Chauk

Have I missed any? Please feel free to comment below. We will add it up!

This post was originally published on Rashmi Kanti's Blog.

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Try These Famous Street Foods in Dehradun Amidst Its Natural Beauty

March 10, 2024

By Swiggy Explorer

The local street food scene in Dehradun features a rich history. As such, the local food items here are an integral part of the famous Dehradun cuisine and the culinary landscape of the city. The best street foods in Dehradun date back to the era of British Rule in the region, taking inspiration from their cuisine and way of preparing food. Dehradun was a popular hill station amongst the colonial officers of the British Rule.

Dehradun, the capital city of Uttarakhand, is also famed for its overall scenic beauty and stunning landscapes. In addition to all the major tourist attractions, the city is also renowned for its rich street food scene. The local dishes of the city are a reflection of the rich cultural heritage of Dehradun and its intense culinary diversity. Join us on our Dehradun street food adventure as we help you unravel some of the must-have local dishes in the city.

What are the Best Street Food Items in Dehradun?

During the era of British Rule in the city, small street food vendors would set up their stalls near the government offices and colonial bungalows to serve a variety of local delights to both officers and visitors here. After independence, the local street food trend in Dehradun continued serving the locals and tourists from different parts of the nation.

In the modern era, the streets and lanes of Dehradun are dotted with several street food vendors and famous eateries that serve some of the most delicious dishes in the region. If you are up for it, you too can join the popular Dehradun street food journey and try out these famous delicacies:

Kebabs

It is a must-have dish in Dehradun. Kebabs typically feature skewers of marinated veggies, mutton, or chicken pieces that are grilled on an open flame. When you order a plate for yourself, you will be served perfectly grilled and succulent pieces with a tangy chutney or spicy mint sauce. Kebabs are a popular snack item in Dehradun and are readily available across most eateries and street food stalls in the city.

Dhaba Singh Darbar is a famous eatery in the city, offering some of the most scrumptious variants of this delicacy. The delicious kebabs here are prepared with a special marinade. They are later grilled over the open flame. The mouth-watering kebabs here will tantalise your taste buds as you try out popular options like Chicken Sheekh Kebab, Harabara Kebab, and Corn Seekh Kebab.

2. Chilli Momos

Chilli Momos

The famous Kalsang Café in Dehradun is renowned for offering some of the most delicious momos, especially chilli momos across Dehradun. Served with a thick, spicy gravy with shallots and bell peppers, the delicate momos simply taste heavenly. Do not leave the city without trying them.

Dosa

While you might presume Dosa to be a popular South Indian dish, this leading breakfast option is quite famous in Dehradun as well. To get the best taste and experience, you can try some of the popular street food stalls on Chakrata Road in the city. The entire lane is renowned for its various street food vendors that serve some of the most delicious food items, including dosa.

4. Gol Gappe

Gol Gappe or Paani Puri

Also referred to as Pani Puri, it is a universal snack item across North India. In Dehradun, at the Dhamawala Bazaar, you will find some of the street food stalls selling some of the most famed gol gappas in the city. You can also head to the popular Chaat Waali Gali, wherein you can encounter a number of vendors selling scrumptious, mouth-watering versions of gol gappe.

5. Bread Pakora

Bread Pakora

Gaining immense popularity across the nation, this all-time favourite snack item has been in existence in Dehradun for several years. It is a leading grab-and-go snack item in the city that is adored by both residents and tourists alike.

It is a type of vegetarian sandwich that is dipped in a rich batter and deep-fried until golden brown. To enhance its flavors, the snack is mostly served hot with a spicy chutney.

6. Chhole Puri

places to visit in dehradun street food

There can be nothing more satisfying than a full plate of piping hot, spicy Chhole and crispy, delicate puris. Chhole is a flavour-rich, spicy curry prepared out of chickpeas and other ingredients. In combination with fulfilling puris, the dish is a common sight across the most famous roadside vendors throughout the city.

It is a popular mini meal on the go when you are craving something delicious and fulfilling at the same time. When you are in Dehradun, you can head to the famous Hanuman Chowk and order from the best street food stalls or eateries in the area. Now, with Swiggy, you can even order food online in Dehradun.

When you are in Dehradun, there is no shortage of options when it comes to trying out some of the scrumptious local street food items like Momos, Kebabs, and so more. To enhance your overall experience, you can even order food online in Dehradun from the famous eateries of the city. You can get doorstep delivery of your favorite food items and have great fun.

1. Which are the must-try street food items in Dehradun?

Dehradun is home to some of the most famous street food items that you would love to relish. With a rich culinary history, you can come across a myriad of options when it comes to trying out on the streets, including Momos, Kebabs, Dosa, and so more.

2. Are there any specific areas in Dehradun famous for street food?

Dehradun is quite renowned for its offering of multi-cuisine dishes, including South Indian, North Indian, and so more. If you wish to get a taste of the local dishes here, you can head out to its famous lanes, including Chakrata Road, Astley Hall, Mussouri Road, and Dharampur.

3. Can I find Tibetan delicacies as street food in Dehradun?

Yes. Some of the street food vendors and eateries in Dehradun present their menus featuring Tibetan delicacies as well. If you wish to have a unique culinary experience in the city, you must try out these stalls offering Tibetan delights.

4. What makes Dehradun’s street food special?

Dehradun has been a famous hill station since the time of the British Era. The colonial officers of the British Rule loved hanging out amidst the natural beauty of the city. Therefore, it eventually became a major food hub for them as well. This influence is significantly reflected in its rich street food scene. 

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1. The Buffet

The Rajpur Road joys get doubled with the finger licking bread pakoras and the tempting cold coffee. It offers the best burgers of the town. The place isn’t spacious, but serves a lot to feast the taste buds. Your love for deep fried items at such a low price will be reviving once you visit this place.

Location: 17/1 Rajpur road, chukkuwala, Dehradun

angeeti

2. Chetan Poori Wala

Get some north Indian masala at Dehradun’s famous spot. The crunch of poori dipped in aloo sabzi will make you go crazy. Get your Sunday brunch packed over here. The speciality poori comes with spicy aloo sabzi and kaddu sabzi with the zingy kalaunji ki chutney.

Location: Hnuman Chowk, Near Darshni Gate,Dehradun

chetan poori

Dehradun rains and sardarji’s pakoras are delight. Crispy deep-fried delicacies with adrak chai are on the hit list. Jalebi at this place is a must try. This famous place is itself a landmark and one visiting to Dehradun could never resist coming here.

Location: Main rajpur road, Dehradun

sardarji

Feel the aroma of Tibetian cuisine with Peppery lip smacking momos with the tangy sauce @ kalsang. It is one of the renowned city for these authentic steamed dim sums. Also get the taste of your favorite Thai dishes over here. These tiny pickings will never let you be full.

Location: 88-A, Rajpur Road, Opp OSHO, Chander lok colony, Dehradun

kalsang

5. Chaat Wali Gali

Don’t limit yourselves to a place, when we have a street filled with the amazing tikki chaat and golgappas. Irresistible food fun with bhelpuri and pav bhaji. This place is an evening spot for the shoppers from rajpur road and is a must visit in Dehradun. Give yourself a treat with the best chaat @ chaat wali gali.

Location: Paltan Bazaar, Chakrata Road, Dehradun

chat waali’

6. Bun Tikki Wala

Being the oldest and the best this stall serves superb bun tikki. Bun tikki is the famous snack of doonites and here you get it the way you like. Different than a burger it is a light snack with generous chutney and sauce filled in the bun. When in Dehradun, must try the city’s best.

Location: Dwarka Store Chowk, Dehradun

bun tikki

7. Gaylord Express

Craving for Ice-cream? Treat yourself here with the amazing flavors. It is the most demanding place and A sure shot stop for the icy sweet lovers. The Vanilla softy @ Rs 10 with a chocolate dip is a must try and the place serves it in its best way. Offers ice-cream in great different ways and yet low prices. Say softy and you’ll get Gaylord.

Location: Paltan Bazaar, Dehradun

gayrold

8. Tara Macchi Wala

A delight for fish lovers is this place which serves the best fish pakoras of the town. No discussion about food would end up without mentioning this place. crispy fish pakoras with zingy chutney is simply amazing. It takes care of your other non-veg cravings too. From tandoori to fried it has all. Place isn’t the big one but the taste surely is.

Location: Opposite St. Thomas College, Dehradun

tara machi

9. Angeethi

Get some achari fun filled inside the tender dim sums. This is the place for best achari steamed and fried momos with the seasoned soup and spicy chutney. One would never had felt taste this greatly.

Location: Bindalpur Pull, CP, Chakrata road, Dehradun

angeeti

The one stop for all Indian dishes be it tikki chat or pav bhaji or dosa. This is the famous name in the food places of Dehradun. Sweet mouthwatering rasmalais, rasgullas and Karachi halwa is a must try. It has its branches across Dehradun and is the best shop for all types of sweets.

Location: Ballupur Chowk, Clock Tower and many other branches.

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Famous Food in Dehradun: List of the best food in Dehradun

Famous Food in Dehradun List of the best food in Dehradun

Dehradun evokes images of rolling hills, lush greenery, and unpredictable weather, with a backdrop of the famous Queen of Hills, Mussoorie. It’s also synonymous with roadside food stalls ( Famous Food in Dehradun ) that dot every street and alley of the city. For those seeking local delicacies in Dehradun, this guide is tailor-made for you!

Dehradun offers a culinary journey through various cuisines, from North Indian and Pahadi delights to authentic Chinese and Tibetan fare. The city’s top dining spots are often found along Rajpur Road, Astley Hall, Dharampur, Chakrata Road, and Mussoorie Road. Here’s a rundown of Famous Food in Dehradun and the best places to savor them with friends and family.

Its vibrant Famous Food in Dehradun  scene offers a delightful culinary journey for all palates. Explore the 9 authentic local best food in Dehradun t hat epitomize the flavors of Dehradun.

K.C Momo’s & Soup Bar

Located at Jakhan on Rajpur Road, K.C Momo’s & Soup Bar is a legendary eatery renowned for its piping hot and flavorful Mutton Momos and an array of delicious soups. As one of the oldest fast food corners in Dehradun, this cozy establishment offers a variety of treats, including noodles, spring rolls, and both mutton and vegetarian momos. While seating may be limited, you can conveniently place your order from the comfort of your car.

  • Just a few meters ahead of Silver City, opposite the Survey of India back gate, K.C Momo’s & Soup Bar promises a delightful culinary experience for momo enthusiasts and soup aficionados alike.

Bun Tikki Wala @ Dwarka Store Chowk

In Dehradun, Bun Tikkis hold a special place in the hearts of Doonites, surpassing even burgers in popularity. Among the numerous Bun Tikki stalls scattered across the city, one stands out as the most renowned – the Bun Tikki wala at Dwarka Store Chowk. Despite his anonymous identity, he is easily recognizable by his stall’s location at Dwarka Store on EC Road.

For just Rs. 20, patrons can enjoy the explosive taste and aroma of crispy Tikkis nestled between two slices of buns, accompanied by chutney, yogurt, and onions. It’s an experience that captures the essence of Dehradun’s street food culture, showcasing the city’s love for simple yet flavorful culinary delights.

Chetan Poori Wala @ Hanuman Chowk

Indulge in the divine flavors of Sattvik Mata ke Bhandare wala khana at Hetan Poori Wala , nestled in the heart of Hanuman Chowk, Dehradun. Feast on a hearty meal plate featuring Chhole, Aalu, and Kaddu ki Meethi Sabzi, accompanied by crispy, freshly fried hot Pooris.

The best part? You pay for just one plate and can enjoy unlimited servings of the delicious Sabzis, only paying for additional Pooris. You can also opt to have your Pooris packed with either Aalu Sabji or Kaddu Sabji. As seen on NDTV Good Times’ Rocky Mayur’s Foodie Show, Hetan Poori Wala promises an authentic Indian culinary experience that rivals even the most high-profile restaurants.

Madrasi Dosa @ Chakarata Road

Craving authentic South Indian cuisine? Look no further than Madrasi Dosa, located on the bustling Chakrata Road (and also at Pared Ground). While it may be a humble stall, the flavors it serves up are anything but ordinary. Enjoy classic South Indian delights like Dosas, Idlis, and Uttapams, all prepared with authentic taste and offered at reasonable prices.

Bobby Fast Food Corner @ Gandhi Park

Nestled beside Gandhi Park, opposite Orient Cinema, you’ll find Bobby Fast Food Corner. It is a hidden gem renowned for its delectable offerings. From freshly prepared Chowmein to succulent Chicken Momos and flavorful soups, this food corner has something to tantalize every taste bud. Operating from 5 PM to 11 PM daily, it’s the perfect spot to satisfy your cravings for delicious street food.

  • Don’t miss the chance to indulge in their signature Chicken Soup, generously topped with a chunk of Amul Butter—an experience that promises to leave you craving more.

Maggi Points @ Mussoorie Road

If you find yourself in Dehradun without a trip to Mussoorie, you’re missing out on an essential part of your journey! Along the way to Mussoorie, you’ll encounter roadside hawker sheds famously known as Maggi Points. These spots offer breathtaking views of the hills and the city of Dehradun from the top. Don’t hesitate—plan a trip to Mussoorie, pause your journey at these Maggi stalls. It’s an experience you won’t want to miss!

Kumar Sweets @ Clock Tower

For those with a sweet tooth craving, Kumar Sweets is a must-visit destination in the city! Offering a delightful array of sweets ranging from traditional Rasmalai and Pan Sweet to innovative treats like Chocolate Barfi and Rosogulla, each bite is a burst of mouth-watering flavors. My top recommendations? Indulge in their Paan wali mithai for a unique twist, savor the creamy goodness of Rasmalai, and beat the summer heat with a refreshing Faaluda Kulfi.

Gaylord Ice Cream Parlour @ Paltan Bazaar

Gaylord Ice Cream Parlour stands as one of Dehradun City’s finest and most renowned ice cream parlors. It is conveniently located at the beginning of Paltan Bazaar near Clock Tower. Ice creams are Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Butterscotch, and even a special Black Forest Cold Coffee with ice cream.  Gaylord also caters to other cravings with a range of snacks such as hot dogs, sandwiches, pastries, and more.

Chinese Fast Food Stall @Kishan Nagar Chawk

This is my personal favorite spot! Known for its delectable Gravy Rolls, Momos, Kababs, and Gravy Manchurian, this stall may lack a distinct identity, but its flavors speak volumes. Situated just a few steps ahead of the main Kishan Nagar Chauk, opposite Bata, the shop springs to life in the evening, attracting a bustling crowd. While you may have to wait patiently for your order, the wait is undoubtedly worthwhile.

  • My top recommendations? Indulge in the flavorful Gravy Roll, pair it with some Gravy Manchurian and Noodles, and don’t miss out on the mouthwatering Kababs. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed!

Here are some other popular Street Food in Dehradun:

  • Katlambe is a beloved local breakfast delicacy, consisting of a crispy, flaky flatbread closely resembling bhatura and naan. It’s ideally paired with chole, pickle, and tangy vinegar onions for a delightful morning meal.
  • Faluda Kulfi is a decadent indulgence, featuring creamy kulfi infused with rose syrup, kalonji seeds, and vermicelli. The luscious layers of kulfi contribute a rich and tantalizing flavor to this delightful dessert.
  • Chili momos are a delectable street food specialty in Dehradun. These flavorful dumplings are a must-try, especially when paired with a spicy red dipping sauce for an extra kick.
  • Chole Poori is a mouthwatering street food staple often savored in the bustling streets of Dehradun.
  • Dehradun, the Udupi carts are renowned for serving delectable South Indian Dosas, a favorite among locals and visitors alike.
  • Savor the irresistible allure of street-style chowmein with every spoonful. Prepared in a wok, this spicy and vibrant dish offers a succulent indulgence in every bite.
  • Paneer samosa , a beloved street food of Dehradun. Paneer Samosa features a deep-fried pastry filled with a delectable mixture of crumbled paneer, finely chopped onions, green chilies, and aromatic spices.
  • Indulge in the crispy goodness of golden brown pakoras , immersed in a spicy gram flour batter and deep-fried to perfection. Served alongside flavorful coriander chutney, they’re an irresistible treat for any occasion.

Dehradun is offering a delightful journey through local delicacies and street food delights.  Famous Food in Dehradun are K.C Momo’s & Soup Bar to the humble Bun Tikki wala at Dwarka Store Chowk. Each eatery promises a unique gastronomic experience. Whether indulging in Saatvik Mata ke Bhandare wala khana at Chetan Poori Wala or savoring authentic South Indian cuisine at Madrasi Dosa.

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Namaste! I am Om. I am a licensed Tourist Guide ( Approved by Ministry of Tourism, Government of India), I’m originally from Varanasi. Now, I am living in Rishikesh. I set up this blog to share my tips and experiences for traveling to inspire and help you to travel more. Hari Om

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Must Try Foods In Dehradun, Uttrakhand

Dehradun, Ghanta Ghar (Clock tower)

Dehradun is the capital of Uttrakhand and one of the oldest cities of India . It is a popular tourist destination, and people flock from all over the world for a unique Himalayan experience. However, the best thing about Dehradun is probably the food. From authentic Tibetan cuisine to quintessential north Indian poori bhaji the food in Dehradun is as delicious as it is diverse. Here’e the food that you must try during your next trip to Dehradun.

1. chilli momos at kalsang, chilli momos at kalsang.

This Kalsang branch in Dehradun is more spacious and grand in every way. The service is amazing and so is the ambiance, but the food is the highlight. Kalsang is an authentic Chinese and Tibetan joint, and pretty much everything it has to offer is worth trying, from thenthuk to thukpa , and fluffy Tibetan buns to sugary fruit beer. But the chilli momos are the best. Served in a thick, spicy gravy with bell pepper and shallots, the delicate momos are heavenly. Do not leave Dehradun without trying them.

88-A, Rajpur Road, Opp OSHO, Chander Lok Colony, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India +91 95572 70285

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3. Butter Toffees (AKA Stick Jaws) From Ellora Bakery

Butter toffees (aka stick jaws) from ellora bakery.

Dehradun has a strong bakery culture, and many of its bakeries have been functional since the British period. Ellora is one of these renowned bakeries, and it offers the best butter toffees in the world. They are called Stick Jaws and are as sinful as they are delectable. You can take your pick from the regular butter flavor or the chocolate flavor, which are equally good. First timers, should get them from Melting Moments on Rajpur Road, which is the latest branch of Ellora’s Bakery.

Rajpur Rd, Chukkuwala, Dobhalwala, Chukkuwala, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India +91 135 271 4950

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Ras Malai From Kumar Sweets

Kumar Sweets is one of the most famous vegetarian establishments in Dehradun, with quite a few outlets. Everything on the menu is delicious, from all sorts of sweets to Indian snacks and beverages. But the ras malai, which is served in earthen khullars , is out of this world. Flavoured generously with saffron and soft to the touch, ras malai is definitely something you should try at least once. While you’re at it, also try the savoury snacks.

Kumar Sweet Shop

6. The Poori Thali at Chetan Poori Wala In Hanuman Chowk

The poori thali at chetan poori wala in hanuman chowk.

This is the true street food experience in Dehradun. Believe it or not, Chetan Poori Wala has the best poories (Indian bread made of wheat flour and deep fried), which are served with choley , aloo subzi , and one more seasonal Indian dish. This local joint is flooded with people for breakfast, during lunch hours, and even during the evenings, so be ready to wait for a while, but rest assured, it’s worth it.

Hanuman Chowk, Ramleela Bazar, Ajit Prasad Nagar, Paltan Bazaar, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

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Feb 24, 2024

9 local dishes to enjoy in Dehradun​

​must-try street food in dehradun​.

Dehradun is a scenic marvel nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas. Beyond its stunning landscape, the city has a diverse and rich culinary heritage. The hearty street food of Dehradun is a treat to the taste buds. Tap to learn about the 9 local dishes to enjoy in Dehradun.

This delicious potato tikki is made from potato and chana dal and served in a crispy bun.

It is a local breakfast snack, and refers to a crispy flaky flatbread which looks very similar to bhatura and naan and is best served with chole, pickle, and vinegar onion.

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Faluda Kulfi​

Faluda Kulfi is a rich and creamy treat infused with rose syrup, kalonji seeds, ice cream, kulfi, and vermicelli. The kulfi layers add a creamy and mouth-watering flavour to this dessert.

Chili Momos​

The tasty momo dumplings are another must-try street food in Dehradun. The momos are best served with red dipping sauce.

​Chhole Poori

Chole Poori is another appetizing meal commonly enjoyed in the streets of Dehradun.

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Udupi carts in Dehradun are known to serve the delicious South Indian dosa.

The street-style chowmein has a succulent indulgence in its every spoon. The spicy and vibrant chowmein is cooked in a wok.

Paneer Samosa​

Paneer samosa is deep-fried and filled with the delicious stuffing of crumbled paneer, finely chopped onions, green chilies, spices, and herbs. Paneer samosa is the must-have street food of Dehradun.

Crispy golden brown pakode are dipped in the spicy gram flour batter and then deep-fried to perfection. These are then served with coriander chutney.

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  • 10 Best Restaurants And Cafés In Dehradun With A View

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1. Orchard Restaurant

2. thirsty anchor parlor - tap.

  • 3. Y Café & Restaurant
  • 4. First Gear Café
  • 5. Auric - Restaurant & Rooftop Café
  • 6. Chhaya Café

7. Jalapenos

8. ama cafe, 9. the terrace - four points by sheraton, 10. sol cafe and lounge.

Uttarakhand in its entirety is a treat to all the senses. It has beautiful sights, melodious birds, a lot of nature to touch, and tranquility to feel. But if we were to pick just one city, we’d definitely go with Dehradun, the state’s capital. The major reason behind that is the city’s pristine beauty and fascinating locations such as the Tapkeshwar Temple, Rajaji National Park, Malsi Deer Park, and Robber’s Cave among others. 

Dehradun’s climate is pleasant every month of the year. And you know what is a need with such wonderful weather? Food! Finding a good café or restaurant to chill and unwind will make your visit to the city worthwhile. 

For that, we have compiled a list of the 10 best restaurants and cafés in Dehradun that come with an awe-inspiring view.

10 Best Restaurants And Cafés In Dehradun With A View

  • Orchard Restaurant
  • Thirsty Anchor Parlor - TAP
  • Y Café & Restaurant
  • First Gear Café
  • Auric - Restaurant & Rooftop Café
  • Chhaya Café
  • The Terrace - Four Points By Sheraton
  • Sol Cafe and Lounge

It’s been a while since you last took a picture holding a dish in your hand with a scenic view in the background. Fortunately, the wait is over and you can recreate the same at Orchard Restaurant in Dehradun. Over here, delectable dishes are served with a side of abundant greenery and beautiful mountains.

Their menu has some of the best Chinese, Thai, and Tibetan cuisines for you to try and tell your friends to make them envious.  It has both indoor and outdoor dining options available and the walk to the restaurant is lined with lovely plants and stone flooring too.

Price: Approximately INR 1,000 for two people

Address: 3/B, Dhakpatti, Near MDDA Park, Rajpur, Dehradun 248009

Ideal For: Couples and friends

Must-Try: Seasoned Chicken, Schezwan Rice, Chicken Kothey, Pad Thai Noodles, Blueberry Cheese Cake, and Tiramisu

Timings: 12:00 pm to 9:15 pm, Tuesdays closed

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Food won’t be the only thing you savor when visiting Thirsty Anchor Parlor. You’ll also be cherishing the serene backdrop that comes along with dining here. As the flavors make their way to your stomach, the view will make its way to your heart.

This place doesn’t follow a set theme as such, which is why the outdoors and the indoors look quite different from each other. But mind you, both are just as enticing and beautiful! The Paranthas served here are some of the best in town and you wouldn’t want to miss out on those for sure.

Price: Approximately INR 2,000 for two people

Address: 167/3, Kishanpur, Rajpur Rd, Above Axis Bank, Jakhan, Dehradun 248001

Ideal For: Friends and couples

Must-Try: Paranthas, Tandoori chicken, Pizzas, and Mojitos

Timings: 12:00 pm to 10:30 pm

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Best restaurants and cafes in Dehradun with a stunning view

3. Y Café & Restaurant

Another famous and affordable eatery in Dehradun is the Y Café & Restaurant. The British-style interiors make for a great ambiance to dine with your friends or family. It’s also the perfect place for a date! Plus, the white furniture only adds to the beauty. Some even call it ‘The Most Instagrammable Café of Dehradun’ and we wouldn’t argue it.

If you feel like there’s something missing, draw the curtains on the window-side table and you will be on the receiving end of a breathtaking view (if you’re on a date, the view outside would be a tough competition to the view inside). 

Address: Hotel White House, 15/7, Subhash Rd, behind St. Joseph's Academy School, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001

Must-Try: Hand-Beaten Coffee, Cupcakes, Smoothie, Shakes, Burgers, and Burritos

Timings: 11:30 am to 9:30 pm

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4. First Gear Café

Put the brakes on your vehicle and make a trip to the First Gear Café in Dehradun if you want to enjoy a hilltop café with a good view. By a good view, we mean the exquisite Mussoorie hills and the Doon valley. The brick and stone walls interior will certainly remind you that you’re away from the monotonous life and are amidst the beautiful oasis of a hill station.

Upon visiting, you’ll be welcomed with a nice family swing on your way up to the café. The best part about this place? No matter which season you decide to visit First Gear Café in, the view of the valley and the hills adjust accordingly and continue to maintain their breathtaking aura, come winter or rain. Visit this Café during the nighttime and see what true beauty looks like while sitting on the patio. 

Address: Mussoorie Road, Khala Gaon, Dehradun District, near Shiv Mandir, Rajpur 248009

Price Approximation: INR 700 for two people.

Ideal For: Couples and friends.

Must-Try: Maggie, Chocolate Shake, Cappuccino, Mojito, Oreo Shake, and White Sauce Pasta

Timings: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm

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5. Auric - Restaurant & Rooftop Café

Remember the train rides where you’d come across the most beautiful landscapes and then feel sad to pass them by? Well, at Auric Restaurant, you can spend as much time as you want with admirable views because they won’t be going anywhere.

With both indoor and outdoor dining options available, you can choose a spot based on your liking. Chinese, Lebanese, and Indian cuisines are this restaurant’s specialty and you’re sure to be licking your fingers once you’re done devouring the dish.

Price: Approximately   INR 2,100 for two people

Address: 179, 2, Rajpur Road, near Sai Mandir, Rajpur, Dehradun 248009

Ideal For: Both families and couples

Must-Try: Baked Mac & Cheese and Prawns

Timings: 12:00 pm to12:00 am

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6. Chhaya Café

Especially popular among youngsters and students, this Café has everything important needed for a chill hangout hotspot. Affordable prices, plenty of space, and a serene view from the balcony are all proven formulas to attract customers and Chhaya Café possesses just that. Head to this Café during monsoon to sip on your favorite coffee on the balcony. The mesmerizing view with the raindrops increases the charm of Dehradun tenfold. The café opens quite early in the day, too, so your breakfast scene is all sorted!Being on a nice holiday, give your Mondays an aesthetic start that’ll brighten up your mood and satiate your tummy!

Price: Approximately INR 500 for two people

Address: 11, Rajpur Rd, Birgirwali, IAS Officers Colony, Rajpur, Dehradun 248009

Ideal For: Youngsters looking for a hangout spot

Must-Try: Pizza, Momos, and Cheese Sandwiches

Timings: 9:30 am to 8:00 pm, Sundays closed

If real jalapenos get your taste buds tingling, this café in Dehradun will give you a similar experience. Nailing the perfect combination of indoor and outdoor dining, you’ll be blessed with greenery all around and a pleasant view. The place has an amazing ambiance for you to chill here on weekend evenings.

The Cheese Bombs here are highly recommended.  The cute little yellow chairs in this Dehradun Café will make for a great ensemble. Clicking pictures here will surely jazz up your social media. So, if you’re looking for a place to have a good time with your friends and enjoy a bite amidst a stunning backdrop, Jalapenos is the place to be.

Price: Approximately INR 600 for two people

Address: Mussoorie Road, Kishanpur, Dehradun 248195

Must-Try: Cheese Bombs, Kullad Chai, Salsa, Pancakes, Hot Chocolate, and Sandwiches

Timings: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

An affordable cafe in Dehradun with sophisticated interiors that give you a view of the lush greens. Tempted already? Wait till you hear the exciting menu. From pizzas to street food, they have practically everything. It’s a must-visit if you’re looking for a cozy cafe, juicy conversations, and stunning scenery. 

AMA Cafe is known for its breakfast. And if you start the day with scrumptious food, your whole day is bound to go well. So, if you’ve not done it already, add this cafe to your must-visit places in Dehradun. 

Price: Approximately INR 700 for two people

Address: 143, Rajpur Road, Kishanpur, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, Dehradun 248001 India

Must-Try: Coffee!

Timings: 8:00 am to 10:00 pm

Something about dining in an open area at a hill station automatically feels therapeutic. And let us tell you, it is therapy! Fresh air and good food can instantly put you in a better mood. Don’t believe us? Try for yourself. After your meal, you’ll feel invincible. 

The Terrace - Four Points By Sheraton has one of the best biryani in all of Dehradun and also has North Indian, Chinese, and Continental options. There’s even more in store for you like live music!

Price: Approximately INR 1,700 for two people

Address: 152/4 Rajpur Road Next to Pacific Mall, Dehradun 248003 India

Must-Try: Biryani, desserts, and sandwiches

Timings: 7:00 am to 10:00 pm

One of the best cafes in Dehradun that lives up to its name. With the view of the hills, this place has the type of food that you reminisce about once your trip is over. It's a good incentive to want to visit Dehradun again.

Sol Cafe has a very quaint ambiance with natural light pouring inside. You wouldn’t even need company when visiting the café because the view is very mesmerizing. The hills with sunny rays make you cherish the present, making it the perfect combination with food.

Address: Jeet Arcade, 152 2 1, Rajpur Road, opp. Scholars Home, Jakhan, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001

Must-Try: Chinese cuisine

Timings: 12:15 pm to 10:30 pm

Summing Up 

You can judge a café or restaurant by its food and ambiance. But when you’re in Dehradun, you want a mesmerizing view to go with your cup of joe. For that, this list of the best restaurants and cafés in Dehradun has got you covered! So, if you’re in the mood for some munchies or a whole meal while soaking up the very essence of Dehradun, these places will definitely take care of that.

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Some of the most famous street foods in Dehradun are Bread Pakodas, Momos, Chhole Poori, and Chowmein. 

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The Terrace - Four Points By Sheraton, Thirsty Anchor Tap, and Orchard are some of the best restaurants on Rajpur Road, Dehradun.

Which Hill Station Is Close To Dehradun?

Mussoorie, a hill station packed with unparalleled beauty and magic, is close to Dehradun.

How Far Is Mussoorie from Dehradun?

Mussoorie is about 33 km from Dehradun by road.

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  • 1. Ellora's Bakery
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  • 6. Eddie's

7. Malabar Restaurant

8. kalsang ama cafe, 9. punjab grill.

  • 10. Ellora's Melting Moments

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Dehradun Food Guide: 10 Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Dehradun

Dehradun (/ˌdɛrəˈduːn/) or Dehra Dun (Garhwali: देरादूण) is the interim capital city of Uttarakhand, a state in the northern part of India. Located in the Garhwal region, it lies 236 kilometres (147 mi) north of India's capital New Delhi and 168 kilometres (104 mi) from Chandigarh. It is one of the "Counter Magnets" of the National Capital Region (NCR) being developed as an alternative centre of growth to help ease the migration and population explosion in the Delhi metropolitan area and to establish a smart city at Dehradun. During the days of British Raj, the official name of the town was Dehra. Things to do in Dehradun

1. Ellora's Bakery

Overall ratings.

4 based on 234 reviews

Reviewed By Frontiermail - Ghaziabad , India

Highly overrated but still a decent bakery in Dehradun . They are famous for their stick jaw toffees which is available in two flavours- Plain and Chocolate. They also have a wide range of freshly baked cakes and biscuits. Nothing spectacular but still for old times sake, good for one trip. One of the two shops, advertised as original shop has small Seating section where you can order patties, slush , pastries.

2. Kalsang Friend's Corner

4 based on 250 reviews

Reviewed By Travel_BaBa - Mumbai India

Situated on the rajpur road, this place is quite famous in Dehradun . The restaurant offers great view of the Mountains and the doon valley. The interiors are beautifully done and has ample of place to sit. When I visited during lunch time, it was almost 50% occupied (weekday) which is pretty good. I ordered a mango soda based drink and mutton momos. They took some time to prepare , but it was too good. They serve you 8 pieces in one plate. It was very soft, well cooked. It is moderately priced. Service levels can certainly go up. Overall had a great time and I am certain to visit the place again whenever I am in town.

4.5 based on 14 reviews

Reviewed By Abhimanyu188 - Dehradun , India

In the twisting turning bylanes of Dehradun's Dalanwala is the blue and white (almost santorini-esque) eatery Razzmataz. It doesn't call itself a restaurant, and it would be wrong to call it a cafe. So... eatery. The environs are great - a cosy indoor Seating with four tables, made to put you in the comfort of your own living room; and an outdoor Seating in for those who love the warm winter sun. There's also a spa and a home wares outlet (but we won't get into that). It's a refreshing change to the eyes this place. But my palette would disagree. It's great if you're a big boistrous group who doesn't care about what is being served as long as it is being served - no matter how much time it takes. The service is slow. For us it was a loooooooong wait. The pancakes took for ever and tasted like instamix ones - and for some reason they forgot to serve the sliced bananas that were supposed to accompany the cake (and later said that they don't serve it anyways). To my chagrin I ordered a Pad Thai, and it was aweful to say the least. Salty, extremely peanutty (believe me EXTREMELY) and the chicken was lost somewhere in between that and the rice. The pasta (which should be your go to dish) was a saviour, with a generous portion and a creamy white sauce. Another was the fried rice which, although elementary, tasted great. They do have an array of mocktails and shakes to order, tried the Virgin Mojito and it was good. A meal for four was barely ₹1600/- Recommended for those who don't mind waiting (a long time) and suggested you stick to tea, coffee and a quick nibble.

4 based on 45 reviews

Reviewed By Himalayan_Lama - Dehradun , India

Ellora Bakery is one of the oldest and renowned bakery in Dehradun which is more famous among people living in metros and abroad. The cake rusk, the variety of biscuits etc add charm to your bakery products list and the list goes on. hope they keep on giving the taste and variety for decades to come.

4.5 based on 49 reviews

Conceptualised in 2014-15, Bakemasters has been launched by the third generation of a very famous family of 'Master-Bakers', known as SUNRISE BAKERS. One of the oldest and most popular Bakeries in the region known for their excellent quality of Bakery products and Confections since 1950's now bring to you one of the Newest and the most Contemporary Bakery and Patisserie in Dehradun . Now serving an exotic range of Savouries, Desserts, Cookies, Cakes, Rusks, Breads, Coffee, Shakes and much more!! Visit us to get Indulged!

Reviewed By aprmunu - Dehra Dun, Uttarakhand , India

This place like other bakeries of Dehradun has a wide choice of biscuits,breads and other confectionery.The taste of biscuits and other material was good and what I found different was the ingredients differ in each type of biscuit.Further this place also has a small restaurant offering some good quality snacks.The only disappointing factor is its location which is not on the main road.Otherwise it is another jewel in the crown of bakery in Dehradun .

6. Eddie's

4.5 based on 21 reviews

Reviewed By 649prachia

Totally recommended for the sweet lovers. So yummy pasteries ??and peaceful ambience.service is good and one can spend hours there.we tried three pasteries and all were yummy

4.5 based on 11 reviews

This restaurant invites you to enjoy a cuisine's ethnicity irrespective of boundaries. At Malabar, Dehradun , we bring to you the renowned flavors of Kerala and from the wide and varied coasts of India . Treat yourself to an exotic spicey voyage amidst a glorious ambience of The Himalayas at its finest.

Reviewed By psd2408 - Uttarkashi , India

Our friends had mentioned about this restaurant. They also have a hotel, but we only went in for a meal. The food was excellent. We thoroughly enjoyed it. The lady owner cooks the food herself so it is authentic, kerala home cooking. Enjoyed every bite of it. We ordered appams and stew, chicken chettinad and malabar paratha and a masala dosa. Everything was just wonderful.

4.5 based on 48 reviews

Reviewed By Kunal_Bhowmick - Kolkata (Calcutta), India

One of the oldest and most authentic Chinese and Thai cuisine restaurant in Doon... It has option of even outdoor Seating ... where you can enjoy views with food... Great place to have Pork dishes...made in traditional recipe...which will make you visit here again and again... We went in and had Pork momo, mixed meat rice , mutton fry and mango shake... All the dish were lip smacking...and the ambiance will just make you sit over here for hours...

4.5 based on 39 reviews

Punjab to Dehradun : The amalgam of the royal tastes and the Sikh flavors has placed Punjab on a high culinary pedestal. The food fit for the royals! Punjab Grill refabricates experience by making it richer and modern but also keeps the old ideals at the helm. From Salmon Tikka to Tandoori Guchchi, from Champ Taajdaar to Raan-E-Sikandari, we offer a huge spread of some of the very best of North Indian⁄ Punjabi cuisine.

Reviewed By Yogeshupadhyay - Dehradun , India

We all are big fan of Punjabi food and Punjab girll is prefect place to enjoy good food with family and friends. it's one of the best fine dine places in India .

10. Ellora's Melting Moments

4 based on 13 reviews

Reviewed By Pankaj_joshee

Well Melting moments have lots of varieties of Pastries Cup Cakes and other snacks. At evening time its full of people specially young ones. Situated just opposite to St. Josephs Academy Rajpur Road. Its best place to have cakes pastries patties n other snacking items.

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Must Visit Places in Dehradun

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Robber's Cave

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1. Robber's Cave

Robber's Cave

7 km from city center 1 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Robber's Cave, locally known as Gucchu Pani, is a river cave formed in the Himalayas. This river cave is believed to be an abode of Lord Shiva. Its speciality is that river water flows out from the middle of the cave.

2. Sahastradhara

Sahastradhara

12 km from city center 2 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Sahastradhara meaning 'thousand fold spring' is popular for its ecstatic beauty and therapeutic value since its water contains Sulphur. Its picturesque beauty attracts a lot of travellers.

3. Tapkeshwar Temple

Tapkeshwar Temple

5 km from city center 3 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Tapkeshwar is a famous cave temple on the banks of a rivulet. The water further flows in to the cave to drip on to the Shiv Linga inside. Sulphur springs present around the temple makes for a therapeutic bath. This cave was once the abode of the famous guru Dronacharya and hence is also known as Drona cave.

4. Mindrolling Monastery

Mindrolling Monastery

7 km from city center 4 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

The Mindrolling Monastery, also known as the Buddha Temple Complex, is the largest Buddhist Vihara of India, training monks for over 300 years. Being an architectural masterpiece with several sections, the monastery is a visual wonder. It also houses the tallest Stupa in Asia.

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Forest Research Institute

4 km from city center 5 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Established in the year 1906, the Forest Research Institute is a premier institution in the field of forestry research in India. Nestled in the serene backdrop of the Doon Valley, Forest Research Institute is also a significant tourist attraction of Dehradun. The Institute has been used to film various Bollywood films.

6. Paltan Bazaar

Paltan Bazaar

0 km from city center 6 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Paltan Bazaar is located in the heart of Dehradun, spanning a 1.5km stretch between the Clock Tower and the railway station. From local spices, confectionery items & street food to goods like apparel, appliances and artefacts, this busy market has it all. Considered as Dehradun's main bazaar, it is the best place for shopping in Dehradun.

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7. Dehradun Zoo

Dehradun Zoo

9 km from city center 7 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Located at the base of the Shivalik range, Dehradun Zoo, formerly known as Malsi Deer Park, is a zoological garden. It is home to two horned Deer, tigers, Neelgai, Peacock and many other animals. This well maintained zoological garden is an ideal place for a picnic.

8. Regional Science Centre Dehradun

Regional Science Centre Dehradun

11 km from city center 8 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

The Regional Science Centre at Vigyan Dham, Jhajra in Dehradun, is a newly established science park. It features a variety of indoor and outdoor exhibits and installations to educate people, especially children. It houses exhibits on nuclear power generation, robotics, cloud computing, carbon nano-tube & graphene and more.

9. Pacific Mall

Pacific Mall

7 km from city center 9 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

The biggest and most popular shopping mall in Dehradun, Pacific Mall is known for shopping and for entertainment. It features hundreds of brands, several food joints and entertainment options which means it is a great place for individual and group shoppers.

10. Clock Tower Dehradun

Clock Tower Dehradun

1 km from city center 10 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Clock tower, also known as "ghanta ghar" is a very famous tourist attraction. It was a renowned landmark of the city and was built by the British before India got its independence. The clock does not tick at present, but it is said that years ago when it was built, the peak of it was such that a person on the other end of the city could hear it as well.

11. Sahastradhara Ropeway

Sahastradhara Ropeway

12 km from city center 11 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Sahastradhara, which literally translates to “Thousand fold spring,” is an extremely popular tourist destination in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. The region is famous for its unmatched natural beauty which can be admired via the the Sahastradhara Ropeway. Featuring a ride which is over an hour long, the ropeway takes you to the top of the mountain to the Sahastradhara Heights Top Station in colourful cable cars which overlook the magnificent valleys. The ride is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the stellar scenery which comprises the majestic Himalayas, the entire Dehradun Valley, dense forests, river as well as wildlife. One can click some excellent pictures en route! Upon reaching the Station, stroll around the park, grab a bite to eat at the food court, play games, or go rock climbing.

12. Daat Kali Mandir Dehradun

Daat Kali Mandir Dehradun

11 km from city center 12 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

The Daat Kali Temple in Dehradun is dedicated to the Goddess Kali. Devotees come here to seek blessings before starting a new chapter of their lives and also for the darshan of a flame that has been continuously burning since 1921.

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13. Fun Valley Dehradun

Fun Valley Dehradun

24 km from city center 13 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Located within Uttarakhand's Golden Triangle - Dehradun, Haridwar and Rishikesh, Fun Valley is an amusement park cum resort. The largest amusement and water park in North India, it is equidistant from the 3 towns. It has a water park, go-karting and shopping complexes.

14. Paonta Sahib

Paonta Sahib

14 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Paonta Sahib is a vibrant, industrial town located in the Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh, a few kms from Dehradun. Apart from hosting significant industries, it is also a prominent place of worship for the Sikh community. The noted Gurudwara Paonta Sahib, built in the memory of Shri Guru Gobind Singh, is situated on the banks of the River Yamuna in this town and attracts many pilgrims round the year.

15. Shikhar Falls

Shikhar Falls

12 km from city center 15 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Shikhar Falls is a waterfall picnic spot located around 13km from Dehradun in Kairwaan village of Raipur. Reaching the waterfall requires a 1 km hike on the rugged terrains.

16. Subir Raha Oil Museum

Subir Raha Oil Museum

2 km from city center 16 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

The Subir Raha Oil Museum in Dehradun, Uttarakhand showcase the different stages of the oil and gas value chain. The museum also depicts the industrial history of petroleum in India as well as the process of conservation of fossil fuels.

17. Khalanga War Memorial

Khalanga War Memorial

4 km from city center 17 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Located along the Sahastradhara road, Kalinga War Memorial, or Khalanga War Memorial, was erected by the British to honor the Gurkhas. The only war memorial of its kind which was built was Britishers to honor their foe, it is a symbol of pride for Gurkha community.

18. Lacchiwalla

Lacchiwalla

11 km from city center 18 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Lacchiwalla is a popular picnic destination near Dehradun. Located in the forest area of Rajaji, Lacchiwalla is famous for its greenery, picturesque cottages and hotels. The beauty of the place is heightened by the brook, flowing through the forest area.

19. Rajaji National Park

Rajaji National Park

25 km from city center 19 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Rajaji National Park is home to the Tiger, Leopard, Himalayan Bear, Cheetal, hog deer, barking deer, Sambar deer, wild boar, antelopes such as the Nilgai, Goral , Jackal, Hyena, Jungle Cat, Leopard Cat, Civets, Himalayan Yellow-Throated Marten, Sloth Bears, Pythons, King Cobra, Common Krait, Indian Cobra and the Monitor Lizard and above All the Asian Elephant.

20. Tapovan Temple

Tapovan Temple

35 km from city center 20 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Tapovan Ashram is located along the Dehradun-Rajpur Road. It is a picturesque valley, surrounded by lush greenery and calm meadows. Situated just above the Gangotri Glacier, the place also attracts trekking activities. The ashram also holds periodic yoga courses.

21. Har Ki Dun

Har Ki Dun

86 km from city center 21 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Nestled away from the hustle bustle of the city, Har Ki Dun is a beautiful cradle-shaped valley with untouched panoramic beauty. Perched at an elevation of 3,566 mts above the sea level, this place is one of the remotest areas of Uttarakhand offering a plethora of trekking excursions.

22. Assan Barrage

Assan Barrage

37 km from city center 22 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

An amazing place bustling with life, the richness of nature and beauty, Assan Barrage is a bird lover's paradise and a naturalists' heaven with its artificial lake attracting thousands of birds of varied species.

23. Kedarkantha Trek

Kedarkantha Trek

80 km from city center 23 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Situated in the lap of mountains of the Tons River Valley, Kedarkanth is a stunning place offering an easy, classic trek. It is a lovely ridge peak accessible throughout the year with plethora of rewarding adventures.

24. Maldevta

Maldevta

7 km from city center 24 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Maldevta, located in Shripur, 18 km away from the ISBT, is a popular vacation spot in Dehradun. It offers one of the vistas of nature’s perfection, with the great Himalayas in the backdrop, the pristine Song River gurgling through thick shrubberies and little birds hopping and chirping about the area.

25. Sai Mandir Dehradun

Sai Mandir Dehradun

9 km from city center 25 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Dedicated to Shirdi Sai Baba, the Sai Darbar Temple in Dehradun is situated along Rajpur Road. It is frequented by a plethora of devotees who come to pay their tribute to Sai Baba by offering chadars, flowers and sweets, and to attend the aarti organised every evening.

26. Ram Rai Gurudwara

Ram Rai Gurudwara

0 km from city center 26 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Established by 'Ram Rai', the eldest son of the seventh Guru of the Sikhs, Sri Har Rai ji in 17th Century, Ram Rai Gurudwara in Dehradun is one of the oldest Gurudwara and a popular pilgrimage center of the Sikh religion.

27. Trekking in Dehradun

Trekking in Dehradun

10 km from city center 27 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Trekking has been one of the favourite activities among adventure travellers coming to Dehradun. Jwala Devi, George Everest, Bhadraj Temple, Shivalik ranges, Doon valley, Dakpather, Asan Barrage are some of the places for trekking from Dehradun. Pachhwadun region is one of the starting points for a lot of treks.

28. Tiger View Jungle Camp

Tiger View Jungle Camp

10 km from city center 28 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Situated in the village Goolar Khalla, Tiger View Jungle camp shelters the endangered Indian Tiger. You can take the jungle safari, and enjoy the rare facility of camping in the wilderness.

29. Bali Pass

Bali Pass

86 km from city center 29 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

One of the least explored treks in the Indian Himalayan region that connects the Har Ki Dun Valley with Yamunotri, the Bali Pass Trek is a beautiful journey that one should try at least once in a lifetime.

30. Zonal Museum

Zonal Museum

4 km from city center 30 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

The zonal museum is popular for its collection of artifacts relating to the origin, development and sustenance of the mankind on earth, and stands witness to the ancient living conditions and customs of its people.

31. Fun 'n' Food Kingdom

Fun 'n' Food Kingdom

8 km from city center 31 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Fun 'n' Food Kingdom is a huge and gorgeous situated near Prem Nagar in Dehradun. Owing to its themed decor, immaculate clean pools and array of thrilling adventurous rides, the park experiences a huge influx of localites and tourists alike.

32. Chetwoode Hall

Chetwoode Hall

5 km from city center 32 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

The Chetwoode Hall adjoins the Indian Military Academy and is home to the Indian army's modern artilleries and sophisticated ammunitions along with a wide range of artifacts that detail the splendor of the Indian Armed Forces.

33. Rupin Pass Trek

Rupin Pass Trek

116 km from city center 33 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Perched at an altitude of 4600m, Rupin Pass is a place adorned with stunning beauty offering an adventurous thrill to its trekkers. Situated in the lap of surreal Himalayan mountain range, the trek holds several surprises for you.

34. Mall Road, Mussoorie

Mall Road, Mussoorie

17 km from city center 34 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Located in Mussoorie, Mall Road is the best place to shop as there is a cluster of small and large shops displaying the best products. You can pick variety of items from here like Tibetan carpets local jewelries, brass statues, wooden crafts work, Garhwali paintings and woolen items.

35. Rafting in Tiuni

Rafting in Tiuni

71 km from city center 35 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

If you have experience and courage then get ready to raft on India’s one of the wildest river Ton and get on a nerve wrecking ride of your life.

Kalsi

29 km from city center 36 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

This little known town finds its place along the bright, crystal clear waters of Yamuna, unlike the dead creature you encounter in Delhi. While the fine landscapes of Doon Valley, Katta Pathar where the Yamuna first comes out of the mountains, scintillating 180º panoramas of the Chakrata Hills and the celebrated 3rd century BC Ashokan Rock Edict are routine sights, the one of its kind river rafting on the Yamuna, and leisurely drives and picnics make for a perfect trip.

37. Joy Land Water & Amusement Park

Joy Land Water & Amusement Park

37 out of 37 Places To Visit in Dehradun

Joy Land Water & Amusement Park is situated in Sahastradhara in Dehradun. With a picture perfect scenery and hills in the backdrop, the ambiance of the water park looks still better. Owing to its thrill rides and adventure activities, the water park experiences a large tourist influx especially in summers.

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Dehradun’s Famous and Special Food

Dehradun is the capital of the Indian State of Uttarakhand. This city is known for its culture and history.  It is the one of the popular destination among tourist because of its beautiful weather, beautiful places to visit here and as well as because of its famous and special food. So, let take a small tour towards its delicious and mouth watering dishes which you must try whenever you visit Dehradun.

Street Food of Dehradun

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bun tikki

Have you ever visited Mumbai or have you ever heard about Dabeli or Vada Pav? If yes, then you must know about bun tikki. It is basically belongs to burger family. A tikki is inserted between lightly toasted buns which is made up of potato, chana dal, and mixed with spices which add on the taste and is served with tamarind chutney and other condiments. This dish is one of the famous street food in dehradun. You must try it once whenever you visit there.

Best Place to Try:-  Bun Tikki Vala, EC Road, Dwarka Store Chowk

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It is always everyone’s favorite and one of the famous street food everywhere. It is made with the delicious filling of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian which is wrapped in a thin sheet of dough which may be fried or steamed and is served with spicy dipping sauce. You can get it everywhere in the city to satisfy your carving anytime at an affordable price.

Best Place to Try:- KC Momos, Rajpur Road

dosa

As we all know that everyone likes South Indian food. You can get it everywhere and at any time in city. It is made with the rice flour and have filling of mashed and boiled potato with spices and is served with sambhar and coconut chutney. This dish will surely wins your.

Best Place to Try:- Chakrata Road and Parade Grounds

noodles

Another well known and one of the favorite street food is noodles. Everyone likes noodles and it is always everyone’s favorite. It is the best dish to satisfy your carving at any time and at any place and also at affordable price. You can get it everywhere in the city and you can get prepared it from them in your own way also like you want to add vegetables or not or any other topping.

Best Place to Try:- Mussoorie Road

samosa

In our country, everyone loves to eat samosa and is very famous among street food. It is deep fries snack and is made up of the filling of mashed potatoes with added spices and is served with green and red chutney. It is triangular in shape. The best time to eat is at evening. This is one of the best snack which you can get any time.

Best Place to Try:-  Chakrata Road

Faluda Kulfi

kulfi

It is a milk based shake which is topped with rose syrup and with kalonji seeds. It is a cold desert which you must try during Summer. It is the best time to taste it and it is one of the best and delicious ice-cream in the city. This ice-cream is best for everyone and you can get it at anytime and at everywhere in the city.

Best Place to Try:- Clock Tower Road

Chole Poori

chole puri

It is of the famous street food and delicious one. It is also a fried road side food which is served with chole and chopped onion. This is the best road side food to satisfy your carving at any time and at everywhere. It is not only famous in Dehradun but it also famous across the country. You must try it once.

Best Place to Try:-  Hanuman Chowk

pakore

If you love fried snacks then you will surely love pakodas. They are made with the mixture of besan and onions or spices are added in it which get fried and is served with chutney which gives a delicious and spicy taste. There are also many varieties and you can choose according to your taste.

Best Place to Try:- Rajpur Chowk

Butter Toffees

butter toffee

This city is famous for its bakery culture and many of the bakeries in the Dehradun are running from the ancient time. On these bakeries you can get butter toffees which are very famous in the city and is very delicious. They are also known as stick jaws. It is filled with butter and have flavors. You can pick the flavor of your own choice like chocolate flavor, butter flavor, etc.

Best Place to Try:- Ellora’s Bakery

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