All The Best Reasons To Binge At HUDA Market

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Ten-Second Takeaway

There are few hidden markets in G-Town that are potential binge fests: HUDA Market is where you head for multi-cuisine on a budget.

Awadh Express

Hit up this Nawabi Dastarkhwan for a round of Murgh Hari Tikka and the Noorani Seekh; they’re good enough for seconds. But it’s the curries that make this kiosk rather buzzy in the evenings.

All the curries come in quarter, half and full sizes, depending on the size of your hunger and your group. Don’t miss the Rara Murgh, the Handi Gosht and Paneer Korma Badaami, skip the biryani for piping hot Garlic Naan and Pyaz Kulchas.

Chawla’s 2

For something more familiar, head to the {self-proclaimed} founder of Cream Chicken, but instead order the Non-Veg Platter for starters, a melange of malai, garlic, mint and Achari Chicken Tikka. If you prefer mutton then this is the place for you, the tikka here is old school deliciousness.

Make your meal here full-full Punjabi and do the whole deal, Butter Mushroom, Kadhai Paneer, Fish Fry, Chicken Do Pyaza and Mutton Rogan Josh. Also, they have Chinjabi!

Urban Dhaba

This is where budget-friendly means serious business! Portions are a tad smaller but when you’re hungry, their Afghani Chaamp sure hits the spot. They have a Malai Corn Kebab that’s ideal for vegetarians who’re done with paneer. For true home-style flavours, the meal here has got to include Meat Tariwala, Palak Kofta and Mah ki Dal.

The Kathi Rolls

This kiosk is best for the quickest of meals {or snacks} at HUDA Market. They make the rolls fresh and are happy to customise; we asked them to go easy on oil and use half an egg and they did! They make rolls with both Maida Rotis and rumali and the ones with garlic chicken and garlic mutton are probably the best of the lot. For total comfort go for the Paneer Bhurji Rumali Roll.


This is where you skip the Indian grub and go whole hog on desi Chinese. For the ultimate spice kick, go for the Chicken Schezwan Rolls, Chicken Chilly Bean and Chilly Garlic Fried Prawns. This is ‘mirchi’ central so be prepared. Their Chilly Chicken Gravy or Vegetable in Black Pepper Sauce are an ideal pairing with Mixed Fried Rice, try it, you may be sore but you won’t be sorry.