Street food from across the country, all available at the same place steel city is sure to find it too hard to resist.
The Alcor is pampering foodies with a chaat festival, Khau Galli, that got it name from the popular food lane in Mumbai.
The festival kicked off from October 1 and will continue till October 9.
The hotel has not only tried to keep the authentic taste of the street food delicacies, but also the atmosphere by laying out the spread on pushcarts or thelas.
This festival is meant for those affluent, status-conscious people who will not go down to the road to try out dahi chaat or papri chaat, particularly because of the hygiene factor. They can try out the street bites here, said general manager of The Alcor Henry Albinus Farrer.
Apart from the usual golgappa and papri chaat, the menu include Chinese bhel from Calcutta, samosa chaat from New Delhi, vada pao, missal pao and ussal pao from Mumbai, aloo chat or aloo tikki from Patna at al.
We had to look into specialities of each city. Almost all cities of India are known for some or the other kind of street food and we had to take the best of them, added Vincent Alfred Lucas, executive chef at The Alcor.
Foodies can enjoy the delicacies for Rs 249 per person.