Bistupur Food Tour

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Let's tell you about some of the popular food destinations in the upmarket locality of Bistupur in Jamshedpur. It is a pleasing and posh neighbourhood with dedicated market areas.


10, J Road

It is an old and perhaps the most popular South Indian restaurants in the city whose delicious and affordable menu with a spacious sitting area makes it stand out. You can try their crisp and comforting masla dosa with a brilliant mushy potato filling, chilli powder idli which is mini idlis coated with podi and filter coffee which is an inevitable South Indian thing. No wonder it is a favourite of the renowned Bollywood director Imtiaz Ali who is from this city.


Near Kamani Centre

With a huge range of savoury snacks and a long legacy, this place is a haven for chanachur lovers. Go and buy your favourite snack and while you do so do try some mix chanachur which they prepare with spice mix, onions and lemon juice.


Fruit Market

It is neatly arranged colourful shop specialising in chilled beverages. You can try any of their fruit concentrate based drink of which the most famous one is the pineapple or the fresh seasonal fruits based milkshakes.


In Front Of Kamani Center

Drop at this pretty looking cart run by a dynamic young fellow, for a cup of masala or saffron chai. The tea here is really good especially the saffron one and is served in clay tumblers.


Beside HP Petrol Pump, Regal Maidan

After any heavy meal or just to drive away the exhaustion, you can come to this place and try any of their masala cold drink. Is quite different from the usual masala cold drink because of the secret in-house spice mix.


D’Costa Mansion

The in-house restaurant Chopsticks is one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in the city whose food is much extolled. With a classy formal ambience, this place serves the best chilli chicken in the neighbourhood.


D’Costa Mansion

With its trendy, well lit and cosy interior this bakery is one of the favourite hang out places of the youths. The menu over here is as enchanting as the ambience. Everything from savoury items to cakes and pastries are brilliant. Do try their mushroom puff, chicken patty, lemon tart, pineapple upside down cake and blueberry cheesecake.


7 J Road

Although it is a multicuisine restaurant, it is renowned for its South Indian food. Everything from dosas, idlis, upma etc are hugely popular. People drop in regularly with their friends and families to relish these things prepared by cooks from Jharkhand. The best selling fares includes aloo bonda, vada and butter dosa.


Opp. GST Office, Outer Circle Road

It is a recently opened eatery that serves some amazing veg and nonveg rolls, kebabs and tandoori items. Do dig into their Chicken Roll which is so well stuffed with chicken that in every bite you will get a tender piece.


BPCL Petrol Pump, Main Road

Nestled at a petrol pump this quaint and cheerful ice cream place welcomes you with the enticing smell of chocolate and other sweet treats and is a hit with the kids and young crowd. They have a stunning range of soft serve ice creams. One of the most interesting ones is the chocolate softy which has both a cloudlike delicate and crunchy texture.


J Road, Opp. Women College

It is a community run Bengali kitchen cum sweet corner. They serve quintessential Bengali meals and sweets including mishti doi.


Opp. Fortune Hotel center Point

It is a one stop solution for your pre and post meal paan cravings.


Bharucha Mansion, Main Road Bistupur

Situated in an old mansion named Bharucha Mansion which is a landmark in the city. This place is renowned for its relaxed and vintage ambience and outstanding homestyle Parsi food because most of the recipes over here are heirloom/traditional Parsi fares handed down to owner Varun by his mother and grandmother. The menu includes dishes like chicken cutlet, akori, brown rice, veg dhansak, Afghani chicken (a recipe from the Persian Royal kitchen), chicken kebab, vegetable bake, lagan nu custard and many more.


Dhatkidih Market Area

When it comes to cakes and biscuits the local favourite is the Howrah Bakery that is run by a family who had migrated from Howrah. The best thing about this place is that the items are pocket friendly and totally fresh. Their bestsellers include the Kutkuti biscuit, hello brother cookies and rich plum cake. It is a cheerful place full of irresistible cakes and cookies.


Dhatkidih Market Area

This place is a hit with the young crowd because here they serve a wide range of delicious and affordable kebabs, rolls and various tandoori items. Among the grilled items, the tawa fried chicken kebabs is a must try because it is perfectly grilled and stir fried chillies and onions enhances the taste.


Next To Bistupur Bus Stand

This outlet is near the bus stand and they offer a huge variety of traditional and contemporary sweets and snacks. The besan gajak with its toasty flavour and crumbly texture is worth mentioning.


Next To Bistupur Bus Stand

The food street near the bus stand is lined with several carts selling Indo Chinese items along with litti chokha, pav bhaji, chaat golgappe and juice. All these stalls are very popular because of the amazing taste.

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