Food and Cuisine


  • Chana Ghugni

    Boiled chickpeas, fried with onion and spices along with “Chuda ka bhuja” (flattened rice) makes it a perfect answer to satisfy your hunger!

  • Dal Peetha

    This food is covered with rice flour and stuffed with lentil paste, along with spices and pickle. The dumpling is then steamed or fried and makes for a very healthy breakfast. Another variant of this is when the lentil paste is mixed with spices and rolled into chappatis and is called Dal-Puri.

  • Khaja

    This is made from wheat, sugar, mawa and is deep fried in oil, giving it a wafery texture that melts in your mouth. It's believed to be a 2000 year old preparation.

  • Litti- Chokha

    Litti Chokha consists of wheat, sattu and spices with a crunchy crust that is a foodie's delight, in its ghee dripping glory. It is eaten with a preparation of mashed boiled vegetables.

  • Mal Pua

    A mixture of flour, milk, banana and sugar that is deep fried in ghee and eaten with a sugar syrup and complimented with Rabdi.

  • Maner Ladoo

    This is most popular sweet in Patna. These are the very own ‘motichoor ka ladoo’ made from pure ghee. Some places called Boondi ka ladoo / maner/moti choor.

  • Mutton and Reshmi Kebabs

    A non-vegetarian delight with a magnetic aroma. Maghu's mutton and Richie Rich's Reshmi are delicacies of the city.

  • Pedakiya

    Very similar to Gujia, Chandrakala is another heavenly dessert for those with a sweet tooth. Stuffed with sweetened khoya, coconut, cardamom powder and dry fruits in a crispy covering and dipped in sugar-syrup, Chandrakala is a dish from the traditional food of Bihar that is enough to sweeten your senses!

  • Thekua

    Crispy, crunchy and sweet in taste, Thekua is a delectable sweet dish, which is often offered as a prasad during popular Bihari festival 'Chhath' also known as Maharparv. Also known as 'Khajuria' or 'Thikari', this snack is a dry snack, sweet in taste and is cooked using wheat flour, ghee, coconut, sugar and oil. A deep-fried preparation, it is high in calories but is so delicious that you would not mind eating 2-3 of them in one go. Traditionally, Thekua is made with gud or jaggery, however, here we have made it with sugar.


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