The city of Bareilly, tucked cozily in Northern part of India is a quintessential UP town. The demographic of the city is split majorly between Hindus and Muslim, all living harmoniously adding to the culinary culture of this quaint town. Bareilly sees best of both worlds. On one hand, you have the spicy street food of Hindu-loving communities; on the other hand, you have the rich gastronomic heritage of Muslim residents. Bareilly has a thriving dining sector, consisting of everything from roadside fast food joints to fancy fine dining restaurants. Aloo ki tikki, moong dal ka cheela, golgappe, dahi papdi, weaves a delicious spell on locals. Ayub khan chowraha is a bustling destination for chaat lovers. Civil Lines market is where you can gorge on all sorts of fast foods like, pav bhaji, chowmein, kathi rolls etc. Courtesy of Mughal invaders, Bareilly enjoys a plethora of Mughlai delicacies. Seekh kebabs, nahari is sought by every carnivorous epicurean. Foodies in perusal of great sweets can end their search on Punjabi market. A dazzling display of revri, gajak, gulab jamun, kulfi and milk cakes caps off your culinary tour of Bareilly nicely.