A traditional dish, litti chokha might just be the spicy food you need to satisfy your cravings. It is roasted black chickpea flour (sattu) served with a simple veggie mash.

 Litti Chokha of Patna Junction, Bihar

The sweet rubbery halwa is a dry fruit-loaded sweet dish that you cannot miss when you are at Kozhikode Railway Station.

Kozhikode Halwa of Kozhikode Railway Station, Kerala

Slow-brewed, this black tea of Assam is prepared with a generous amount of sugar. It is also said to improve immunity and aid digestion.

Lal Chah of Guwahati Railway Station, Assam

Another gem of a dish that you cannot miss is rava dosa at Chennai Central. This popular South-Indian breakfast item is made using semolina, cumin, ginger, coriander leaves and green chillies.

Rava Dosa of Chennai Central, Tamil Nadu

Made of flattened rice, tossed in onion, green chillies, peanuts, and spices, the dish is an instant favourite for many.

Kanda Poha of Ratlam Junction, Madhya Pradesh

The dish is fresh fish dipped in lip-smacking curry paste, served with rice and salad.

Fish Curry, Tatanagar Junction, Jharkhand

An emotional snack for most in North India, kadhi kachori is a soupy dish primarily made with curd and buttermilk. It is made of urad dal and served with green chilli on the side.

Kadhi Kachori of Ajmer Junction, Rajasthan

While many consider pakoda a monsoon delicacy, Bareilly’s moong dal ones can be enjoyed at any time of the year. Served with green chutney, it is a delicious snack.

Moong Dal Pakoda of Bareilly Junction, Uttar Pradesh

The pride of Punjab, lassi is generally served in earthenware with generous amounts of sugar. The one served at this station is sure to win your tastebuds as well as your heart.

Lassi of Amritsar Junction, Punjab

At this station, you cannot miss Bengal’s well-known sweet dish, sandesh, made out of milk and sugar, or sometimes jaggery.

Sandesh of Howrah Junction, West Bengal