8 Street Foods to eat @ Noida Sector 18

Right outside Noida Sector 18 Metro on the East side, there are a number of stalls which serve you various kind of delicacies.

Jagdish Chaat Bhandar

There are two kind of gol gappe/pani puri– made with sooji (semolina) and atta (wheat flour). Those who have eaten both kind can tell that ‘sooji ke gol-gappe’ are the better ones at the same price. Jagdish will give you 6 gol gappe for Rs. 20 and spicy-sweet water as many times as you ask. You can also eat tikki (ragda patties) for Rs. 30 which is equally tasty.

Aloo tikki/ Ragda Patties

Recommendation- Suji Gol Gappe
Timings- 12pm to 10pm
Landmark- Outside Noida Sector 18 Metro East

Zaika Khatti Roll and Momos

The two young men who work here at this stall are very quick in making momos and rolls for you. You can eat veg momos for Rs. 40 and chicken momos for Rs. 50. There is a separate table for making egg roll which is omelette made into a roll with various vegetables added. It costs Rs. 30.

2.jpgChicken momos with Schezwan chutney

Recommendation- Chicken momos
Timings- 12pm to 11pm
Landmark- Outside Noida Sector 18 Metro East

Dharmraj Khasta Kachori

Khasta means ‘flaky’. Khasta Kachori is a famous north Indian food especially in UP. You can eat a plate of khasta daal kachori in which you will get two kachoris filled with a moong daal mixture. It will be topped with some curd, chopped onion and green-red chutney.

3.jpgKhasta Kachori

Recommendation- Daal kachori
Timings- 8 am to 8.30 pm
Landmark- Outside Noida Sector 18 Metro East

Mek Singh Yadav ke special Chole Kulche

Chole Kulche is what people in Noida eat whenever they want real food to fill their stomach. Mek Singh Yadav serves the office goers in this area his special chole kulche. In a plate of chole kulche which comes for Rs. 25, you will get 2 kulche and chole ki sabzi.

4.jpgChole Kulche

Recommendation- Chole Kulche
Timings- 8 am to 7 pm
Landmark- Outside Noida Sector 18 Metro East

JP South Indian

Jai Prakash might not hail from any of the South Indian states but he knows very well how to make South Indian food. Order a plate of masala dosa at the price of Rs. 40, or an onion uttapam for Rs. 60. Or if you do not like any masala then order a sada dosa for Rs. 25.

5.jpgMasala dosa

Timings- 12 am to 10 pm
Recommendation- Onion Uttapam
Landmark- Outside Noida Sector 18 Metro East

Chunnu Maggi corner

Maggi might have been in a lot of controversy lately but maggi lovers have stayed loyal to the product. Rajesh makes the masala maggi with swift hand movements and with a tadka of onion, tomato and coriander. His masala maggi is favourite among the customers. People often get it packed home and to their offices. It costs Rs. 35.

Ready to be packed Maggi

Recommendation- Masala Maggi
Timings- 10 am to 9 pm
Landmark- Outside Noida Sector 18 Metro East

Indore ka Mashoor Poha

Poha is a healthy and light food which can be eaten any time. Probably that is the reason why this stall operates from morning till evening. You can buy poha from Sachin for just Rs. 20 which is topped with chopped onion, tomato, nuts, lemon juice and some chaat masala. Sachin hails from MP and has family lineage of making ‘Indore ka mashoor poha’ .

7.jpgPoha topped with chopped onion, tomato, sev and groundnuts

Recommendation- Poha
Timings- 8 am to 8 pm
Landmark- Outside Noida Sector 18 Metro East

Om Sai Chaat Bhandar

If you want to have some spicy street food, then head to Om Sai Chaat Bhandar. You can buy aloo chaat for Rs. 40, aloo chole chaat for Rs. 50, Ragda chaat and rajma chaat for Rs. 50 each. All of these items have tomato, onion, lemon juice and a green chilli served along with it.

Preparation of Aloo Chaat

Recommendation- Ragda Chaat
Timings- 11 am to 11 pm
Landmark- Outside Noida Sector 18 Metro East






Kharghar is one of the best things about Navi Mumbai – the place is a combination of
picturesque beauty and great food options. There is enough of everything to compete with Mumbai.

70 type dosa

They serve a huge variety of dosas – so many that that they probably have one you can think of. The base used is the same for all dosas, but they experiment with different masalas and sauce. To name a few, they have  noodle dosa, schezwan dosa, paneer dosa, masala dosa, cheese dosa, manchurian dosa, etc.


Specials: Chinese Cheese Dosa, Paneer Mysore Uttappam
Landmark: Kharghar Sector 02


Paratha House has a great range of parathas, and has the quality of ones you have at home. Each plate comes with complimentary boondi raita.

The parathas are fresh and prepared in front of you. The varieties of stuffings on menu are methi (fenugreek), aloo (potatoes), onion, gobhi (cauliflower), and muli (radish). The chutneys that come with the parathas are just as good – definitely good for a try.


Specials: Mix Paratha with Boondi Raita
Landmark: Utsav Chowk, Kharghar


True to its name, the place offers a great variety in tandoori items and kebabs. A great place for people who enjoy non-vegetarian food, they have kebabs available in mutton and chicken. Some of the kebabs they offer are tikka kebab, lasooni kebab, chicken malai kebab, mutton kebab, tangdi kebab, etc. Their speciality, tangdi kebab is a lip smacking appetizer, marinated in spices like garlic, chilli powder, and amchoor (dry mango powder).


Specials: Tangdi Kebab
Landmark: Utsav Chowk, Kharghar


Steamed and fried momos are available with vegetarian and non-vegetarian fillings. Vegetarian includes paneer and vegetables and non-vegetarian includes chicken. The stall offers schezwan sauce, tomato ketchup and green chutney (coriander chutney) which enhances the taste of momos. The place is well maintained with efficient service.


Specials: Paneer Momos and Chicken Fried Momos
Landmark: Utsav Chowk, Kharghar


The stall offers really nice Chinese food at affordable rates. You can choose from  Schezwan, hakka, plain noodles and rice, and also, chop suey. Best thing about the stall is that they keep it clean and hygienic.


Specials: Lychee shikanji
Landmark: Utsav Chowk, Kharghar


The insufferable summers may be one of the few common things for Mumbai and Delhi people. No wonder then, this Delhi speciality is such a hit in Mumbai during sweltering heat – shikanji is basically lemon soda/water with masala. This place takes it to another level and has introduced different flavours like, rose, orange, pineapple, etc. Do try the lychee flavour – one of the best on offer.


Specials: Lychee shikanji
Landmark: Utsav Chowk, Kharghar


KGN is the only frankie stall in the market, and it’s fantastic. They also sell Chinese, but frankies outsell other items. They have treats for vegetarians and nonvegetarians with different varieties like, paneer, chicken, egg frankies on offer. You can opt for extra cheese or no cheese at all.


Specials: Double Cheese Chicken Frankie
Landmark: Utsav Chowk, Kharghar


The Purple truck comes with classic indulgent junk food like, burgers, wraps, and fries. The creative presentation of food can give competition to the best exotic restaurants. The buns are purple, made with  extracts of jamun and blueberries – an undeniably unique idea. The truck initially went through different places of Navi Mumbai, but is currently parked in Kharghar. The place is hygienic, with efficient and quick service.


Specials: Soup with the piece of a goat’s leg
Landmark: Sector 3, Kharghar


Paya soup is an old delicacy of India, typically sold as street food. Paya is a goat’s leg, and the soup is usually a hit during winters. The rich soup is quite filling and good in any season if you are hungry. A plate is served with two leg pieces and soup, garnished with coriander leaves.


Specials: Soup with the piece of a goat’s leg
Landmark: Sector 3, Kharghar


South Indian food is the champion of street food. This unassuming stall serves you one of the best doasas and uttapas at reasonable prices. A plate includes bhaji, coconut chutney and dosa. The dosas have crispy exterior, yet soft to eat.


Specials: Spring Dosa
Landmark: Sector 3, Kharghar

Content and Image Courtesy: Yogita Bang