The recipes of featured dishes are accompanied by stunning realistic photographs of real Indian street foods. The dishes look and sound authentic, but most of them can be easily made using ingredients found in the West and the instructions sounds simple enough to be followed by someone new to the Indian food scene.
Sephi Bergerson takes us in Indian street food journey from bustling streets of cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Amritsar, to dusty remote street food stalls in countryside. Example of street foods includes; meetha lassi and bhel puri; paneer tikka and masalas, chutneys, and samosas.
This hardcover edition of the book is good as coffee table book that serve as a food travelogue or can double as a handy reference guide for recreating Indian street food recipe in your kitchen.