Rain and Chaat go together like Rajma Chawal, Chole Bhature and Idli Sambhar. Separating both of them is like committing a sin. The cold raindrops falling from the sky with hot and spicy paani puri in your mouth! Just bliss!!  With the rainy season here, let’s have a look at five of the best chaat places in Hyderabad (there are a lot more than just 5!).

  1. Maharaja Chaat Bhandar

The Maharaja Chaat Bhandar is located in Jubilee Hills and Madhapur.  The place is frequented by expats and foreigners, as well as by celebrities as it uses mineral water in all of its items. Pani puri, sev puri, dahi papdi, samosa ragda, bhel puri, and a lot more dishes are on its menu!  But, a must-try is their mouth-watering pav bhaji!  This place focuses on hygiene and hence, the prices may seem to be a bit on the higher end when compared to other chaat places.  Prices range from Rs. 30 – Rs. 80.

  1. Delhi Agra Chaat

This place is a chaat bandi located in Parklane and is around 30 years old.  Office-goers heading back home, the shoppers of Parklane and people just stopping by for a quick snack are the regulars at this place.  It offers kachoris, spicy pani puris, and its best dish, aloo tikki!  The prices are quite reasonable ranged around Rs. 20 – Rs. 30.

  1. Santosh Famous

Sindhi Colony is home to many fast food joints and eateries, one among them is Santosh Famous. This place lets you enjoy pani puris from different parts of India, whether it be puchkas from Kolkata or golgappas from the North. The price totals up to around Rs. 60 for two people.

  1. Gokul Chaat

In Koti, you’ll come across a place which is always crowded and packed in the evening hours.  That is the very famous Gokul Chaat.  The menu is divided into two sections – hot chaat and cold chaat.  Most people recommend trying the dahi papdi and mirchi bhajjis.  Gokul Chaat is easy on the pocket with the price ranging from Rs. 20 – Rs. 50.

  1. Tewari Bros

Tewari Bros. is located next to Nasr School at Khairatabad X Roads and has some really yummy chaat dishes and namkeens. Kachoris, dhoklas, bread pakodas, papdi chaat and many more items can be found on its menu.  The place is considerably expensive when compared to other places but ensures value for money.

Don’t forget to try out these chaat centers this monsoon!!