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Must Try Indian Street Food Menu

Must Try!

First time to Neehee’s? Here are a few options to introduce you to authentic Indian street food.

Famous Punjabi dish - Chole bhature

Chole Bhature

Originated in Punjab in northern India. It used to be a heavy breakfast dish but is now eaten at any time. A spicy chickpea curry cooked with onions, tomatoes, and spiced gravy, accompanied by fermented, all-purpose flour bhature (fried puffed bread), chopped raw onions, and a slice of lime on the side. There are various versions of Chole Bhature all around India and this is our take on it – a spicy and flavorful feast for your taste buds.

Delicious paneer chilli

Paneer Chili

Crisp cubes of Paneer (cottage cheese) tossed in Manchurian sauce with Thai green chili peppers, sweet bell peppers and onion.

Super long paper masala dosa

Masala Dosa

One of the most popular dosa varieties this is a plain dosa with potato-onion masala.

Indian Gobi manchurian

Gobi Manchurian

Crispy batter-fried cauliflower florets, sweet bell peppers and onions tossed in Manchurian sauce and garnished with green spring onions and cilantro. It has a mildly spicy yet robust flavor.

tangy pany puri

Pani Puri

It starts with a hollow, round shell called puri to which you add a potato and black chickpea mix, tamarind chutney and spicy coriander-mint water. You pop the whole puri in your mouth for a burst of sweet, spicy, minty and tangy flavors. An unbelievable experience of a multitude of flavors all at once.

Refreshing Mango Lassi

Mango Lassi

Real mango pulp yogurt smoothie.

Famous Indian Pav bhaji

Pav Bhaji

A very popular dish from the streets of Mumbai that is a favorite of almost everyone. A medley of mashed vegetables (potato, cauliflower, green peas, green peppers, beetroot, tomatoes) cooked on a flat cast iron pan with garlic, ginger and our homemade Pav Bhaji Masala. A must-try dish served with buttered dinner rolls (Pav), lime wedge and chopped onions.

Gujarat's special Dabeli


This spicy snack originated in the Kutch region of Gujarat. A slightly different version of the Vada Pav where the potato mix is sweet and spicy. Potato mix, peanuts, onion and sev (fried gram flour vermicelli) served on a pav spread with tamarind and garlic chutneys.

crispy mix vig pakoda

Veg Pakoda

An all-time favorite! Chopped carrots, cabbage, onion, spinach, sweet bell peppers and spices are deep-fried in chickpea flour batter and served with tamarind and mint-cilantro chutneys.

Vegan food


Vegan optional Food

Vegan Optional

Contains nuts

Contains Nuts

Gluten free food

Gluten Free

No onion or garlic

No Onion/Garlic

Spicy food