8 Famous Street Food of Bihar

April 09, 2024 EST

By Char Dham Yatra

8. Bhelpuri

It is typically a form of chaat made of rice, mixed veggies, chutney, and other fried snacks and has an equilibrium of sweet, salty, and spicy flavours, to which many people are attracted. 

7. Litti chokha

Litti chokha is regarded as a speciality in Bihar and is typically found in street stalls. Initially, it was street food sold in carts but quickly came to restaurants.  

6. Batata puri

Batata puri is an exquisite preparation, and it is a perfect snack food in Indian cuisine. The puri is crunchy, and each bite is an eruption of vibrant flavours 

5. Laung-latika

Laung-latika is one of Bihar’s most well-known street food appetisers and is frequently cooked and served during cultural events. 

4. Lababdar roll

Lababdar rolls are a popular street food in various regions of India. It is also common in Bihar, where the street food centres typically serve aloo or onion paratha with the rolls. 

3. Thekua

Thekua is prepared during Chhatt Puja made by combining wheat flour and brown sugar unless they are cooked to perfection. 


2. Sattu Sharbat

Biharis love Chana Sattu, also a protein source. Sattu is served in the form of Sharbat made from Chana that has a cooling effect instantly and is a great drink for summers. 

1. Khaja

Famous Bihar region sweet dish having its origin to Baklava from the Ottoman Empire. It is a 2000 years old preparation and is too crispy made from wheat flour, mawa, and sugar while deep-fried in oil. 

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