9 Secret Food Places In India That Are Open Way Past Midnight!

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1. Cheese Dosa & Idlis at Ram ki Bandi, Hyderabad


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You will find crowd from all walks of life thronging in Rambhai’s bandi. It’s 3 am, too hungry and want yummy south Indian cheesy dosas and idlis? Just drop yourself here. HolidayIQ Traveller GV shares, “Idly, wada, dosa or chutneys are not part of traditional Hyderabadi food but in case u want to taste them, then this is the place.”

2. Ice-Creams At Cream Stone, Hyderabad


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Ice-cream lovers? Its already 10 at night but longing for one? Head to this ice-cream parlour. From Willy Wonka to Ferrero Rocher to Oreo delight, you will get it all. Don’t miss. HolidayIQ Traveller Yogibear shares, “Hyderabad is truly a paradise for variety of cuisine – specially Indian cuisine. Many other options of having non veg can be explored in old city.”

3. Parathas At Gulshan da Dhaba Murthal, Haryana


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HolidayIQ Traveller Shilpa says, “Smooth drive with toll tax stop on the way. There are plenty of food options at Murthal. Road conditions are good which lets you drive comfortably to go to and fro.” This place is open 24/7.

4. Kababs & Rolls at Bademiya, Mumbai


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There is hardly anything new that one can say about this iconic roadside eatery that is a part of Mumbai’s glorious history. Bademiya is to Mumbai is a meeting place of the hungry multitudes who come from near and far to taste the kebabs, rolls and rumali rotis. This joint is open till 4 am and is generally very crowded. HolidayIQ Traveller Alkesh Yelpale from Mumbai shares, “Love non-veg? Have to go here. Best Kebabs and minced meat you will ever eat.”

5. Parathas At Moolchand Paranthewala, Delhi


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HolidayIQ Traveller Babita says, “You get parathas almost every where in Delhi and at all times. The best places to have paratha are Green Park, Moolchand, AIIMS, Sector 58 The BPO Lane at Guptajis Parathas, maggi and eggs. Almost all these set ups sell food till half past midnight. They again begin their work at around 3 am.”

6. Tandoori Chicken At Jai Hind Dhaba, Kolkata


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One of the city’s most favourite late night haunts is a little restaurant on Lansdowne Road called Jai Hind. The food is so popular that it is difficult to get a table at any point during the day or night. This place serves food till 2 a.m. HolidayIQ Traveller AS , “This is my favourite city for many reasons – the best street food and the best sweets.”

7. Empire, Bangalore

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Despite a good number of food options, Bangalore’s food joints usually shut down by 11.30 pm. Empire is open till 2 a.m. HolidayIQ Traveller Zuyyina says, “The food is really good. Most of the Indian dishes are available at any time.”

8. Twilight Takeaway, Chennai


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After all the party hoping in Nungambakkam, all the food you could crave for is right here, be it Chinese, continental or Indian. This place is open till 6 in the morning. HolidayIQ Traveller Sags says, “I enjoyed the south Indian food-Idli, Dosa and of course the Great Filter Coffee. The south Indian coffee especially in Chennai is a must to have.”

9. Bhurji-Pav Opposite Pune Railway Station


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The small eatery opposite pune station serves awesome bhurji-pav and chai. This is available all night. HolidayIQ Traveller Babita Goyal shares, “Pune is a foodies paradise. Sorghum and Pearl millet are the main ingredients of their cuisine. When in Pune do not miss to try the local dishes like misal pav, puran poli, Pithla bhakri, Panipuri, Bhelpuri, and Pav Bhaji.”

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