Can anyone say no to good food? Especially when it’s delicious and affordable and jumbo-sized… Drooling, eh? If you ever dreamt your food to be jumbo-sized and enjoy it like a Lilliputian, then this list is for you. Enjoy some tasty Indian Marvels in XXL size.
Samosa is a fried or baked pastry with a savoury filling such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas, meat or lentils. This crispy and flaky snack is a perfect appetizer for any celebration. You can find it on every street corner in India. It’s the most common snack in north India but if you’re tired with your regular sized samosas and want to try something new, then visit Gill dairy and sweets in Raikot, Punjab. This shop sells the biggest samosas each measuring over 5 inches. They only sell 5 samosas per head. So if you want to try something new, then taste them.
Cost per piece: Rs 30, you can enjoy your samosa with chutney, Dahi and Chola.
Location: Gill diary and sweets, Barnala Chowk, Raikot, Punjab
Momo is a type of South Asian dumpling popular across the Indian subcontinent. It’s one of the most loved South Asian dishes in India. You can find a different variety of momos with different fillings like chicken, vegetables, paneer, soybean. Fried momos, steamed momos, tandoori momos but what about jumbo-sized momos?
So if you’re a momo lover and you have tasted all types of momos but not the biggest one, then you should hurry and visit Laphing wala in Delhi. They are popularly known as Bauji momos. Each momo weighs around 100 grams.
Cost per plate: Rs 50 (2 momos in each plate).
Location: Laphing wala in chattori lane, Kamla Nagar Market in Delhi.
Bhatura is a fluffy deep-fried leavened bread originating from the Indian subcontinent. Variations include aloo bhatura and paneer bhatura.
It is often eaten with chickpea curry, chole or channe, making the traditional dish chole bhature. To taste the biggest bhatura visit ‘Punjabi by nature’ in New Delhi. Here the bhaturas are so big they look like large-sized balloons.
Served with cholas this jumbo-sized delicacy is lip-smacking.
Cost per dish: Rs 275, with your family and friends.
Location: Punjabi by nature, DLF mall, new Delhi
Dosa, crispy, savoury pancakes from South India is a staple food in its home region. Its main ingredients are Urad dal and rice. Its variations include Masala dosa, Rava dosa, ghee roast dosa, neer dosa and many more.
To taste the biggest dosa in India, you should visit Sagar Ratna, New Delhi. Each dosa weighs around 1 kg and 5 feet in height. Cooked in desi ghee, these dosas contains 5000 calories.
Too much for a single person. So go with your family and friends and enjoy eating competition with them.
Cost per dosa: around Rs 800.
Location: Sagar Ratna in Connaught place, New Delhi.
A burger is a sandwich with a patty between the two halves of a bun. It is fast food that can be eaten anywhere and enjoyed by any age group.
Burgers are tasty, easy to eat and easily available, but to enjoy the biggest burger in India you have to visit Pune, Maharashtra.
Big ban cafe in Pune serves the largest burger called WTF Burger. Each burger contains 5000 calories, 6 patties, weight around 2 kg and height over 12 inches. One could make 6 regular size burgers with the ingredients of this single jumbo-sized burger.
Available in both veg and non-veg variant, this burger is a must for every foodie.
You can try the WTF challenge here. The challenge includes the WTF Burger, Oreo shake and the ultimate fries. If you completed the challenge in 30 mins, you’ll get your picture on the hall of fame and if you finish it in less than 20 minutes, then you get your picture on the hall of fame and the burger free.
The WTF challenge costs: Rs 650
The WTF Burger costs: Rs 500.
Location: Big ban cafe, Pune, Maharashtra
Jalebi is a fried Indian street food dessert, and a snack made with flour and sugar. This sweet is super delicious and most popular in north India. To enjoy the biggest Jalebi come to Sati’s sweets and snacks in Chembur, Mumbai.
Here you’ll find 1 kg Jalebi with pistachios and thin edible silver topping in just Rs 400. If you always crave for sweets, then you must take the Jalebi challenge here. Finish this 1 kg Jalebi in 10 mins and get meals free and a spot on the wall of fame.
Each Jalebi costs: around Rs 400.
Location: Sati’s sweets and snacks in Chembur, Mumbai
There is only one word for pizza and that’s love.
Yeah, that’s what a pizza is for pizza lovers. A savoury dish of Italian origin, comprising a usually round, flattened base topped with tomatoes, cheese, and often various other ingredients baked at a high temperature has won everyone’s heart.
To enjoy a cheesy mouth-watering monster-sized pizza visit American connection diner in Kalkaji, New Delhi. They serve the largest pizza with dough weighing around 2.5 kg and 2.5 kg cheese and toppings as per your choice and appetite.
This 34-inch pizza will surely melt your heart like cheese. Available in both veg and non-veg variants, this pizza costs around Rs 2000, the price may vary as per your choice of toppings.
Location: American connection diner in Kalkaji, New Delhi
A paratha is a flatbread that originated in the Indian subcontinent, prevalent throughout areas of India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh.
Variety of parathas are endless in India but to taste the biggest Paratha there’s only one place and that’s Tapasya Paratha junction in Rohtak. This paratha is 24 inches in measurement with 2 feet in diameter. Available in various flavours, these parathas are appetizing. You can take the Partha challenge here. If you finish 3 Parathas in 50 mins and win the challenge, then you get free food for a lifetime and life insurance of Rs 1 lakh.
Each paratha costs around: INR 500 and different prices for different stuffings.
Location: Tapasya Paratha junction in Rohtak, Haryana
Happy with the snacks and sweet, now if you want to enjoy full course meal and you’re still too hungry then the Dara Singh thali is for you. Mini Punjab lakeside Mumbai, Maharashtra serves the world’s biggest veg and non-veg thali.
The veg Thali costs approx INR 1199 with over 38 varieties, it includes several curries, dals,rotis, rice, chutney, sweets and beverages.
You’ll get the flavours from the whole of India in one plate.
The non-veg thali costs approx INR 2200. It includes so many delicacies such as Butter chicken, fish curry, Amritsari chicken, minced mutton curry different dals, chicken biryani, murgh musalman and the list goes on with mouth-watering dishes. This place is heaven for a foodie. You must take the Dara Singh thali challenge here, finish everything in just 30 mins and get the meal free and a spot on the hall of fame.
Veg thali: INR 1199
Non-veg thali: INR 2200
Location: Mini punjab lakeside Mumbai, Maharashtra.
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