K2 Blog

Sneak Peek Of Masterchef Australia Judges Enjoying Indian Street Food #ekplate

Written by
Masterchef Australia is by far the world’s best cookery competition show. Hosts and judges Matt and Gary were on their tour to Bengaluru for an international food festival, World On A Plate where one can try some seriously drool-worthy dishes. And from their posts on Instagram, they seem like they’re having a gala time, eating South Indian food and roaming the streets of Bengaluru.
1. The first day enjoying the market on their way for Breakfast !

2. Mangoes had to be there, as they are one of our favourite fruit. 

Round and slightly savoury sweet mangoes ready for a curry at Russell Market #bengaluru @world_onaplate A photo posted by Matt Preston (@mattscravat) on
3. Breakfast of champions, true that Gary :D

4. A mixture of many dishes ! 

5. Another mouthwatering Breakfast ! Makes #ekplate hungry :P

6. The crowd ! that's crazy to just see them :D 

7. This Yummy Egg Curry ! #drooling

Now this is what I'd call "curried egg"!

A photo posted by Matt Preston (@mattscravat) on

8. Yes, you can never have enough of this amazing Dosa dish ! 

9. Thali #ekplatethali
For more updates Follow them on Instagram :D Gary Mehigan  George Calombaris  Matt Preston Did you get the chance to see them? Would you like them to visit Mumbai or any other city ? Let us know in the Comment below! Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. ek plate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ek plate and ek plate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

An Indian Autorickshaw plying on the streets of Australia since 30years ! #ekplate

Written by
When you say the word Autorickshaw to an Indian he/she will only think if the three wheeler transport vehicle in India, but in Melbourne it's different ! When the word Autorickshaw is said all everyone can think of is Indian Food !
988767_722815084413604_604034502_n
Confused ? Let ek plate explain !
6642256_orig
Autorickshaw is a fast food restaurant/food truck in Melbourne owned by Mr. Neeraj Kanodia. His Father Mr. Chandra Kanodia worked at Phantom India restaurant in Carlton as a chef and he was the pioneer of Indian cuisine in Australia as he introducing the 'Tandoor' and various other Indian dishes to them.
11866275_1112364895458619_3658574882442433713_n
After Mr. Chandra left the restaurant, but his passion for food didn't stop there. He started this small food truck and now after more than 30 years its become a favorite of almost everyone in Australia.
 1476406_729665160395263_886472712_n
Here is what Indian delicacies they serve !
 Screen Shot 2016-06-05 at 3.54.10 pm
See their Promotional Video and get your mouth watering !
We are really Happy for them and wish them more success in the coming years ! Follow them on Facebook, Twitter and for their upcoming events keep updated with their Website.

Disclaimer:

The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. ek plate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ek plate and ek plate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

11 Foreign Street Food Picture That Will Make You Want To Go For World Tour Tomorrow !

Written by
Melissa Hie loves to eat and travel and she also love to  Instagram it. She started by becoming a backpacker across Europe and started sharing her experience of the most mouth watering dishes around the world.
She has over 3 lakh followers and has covered almost every corner of the globe. Right from ‘Pudhina Paratha’ from India to ‘Empanadas’ from Spain. Here are 11 of ek plates personal favourite !

1. Pudhina paratha, India #ekplateparatha 

 2. Hello Kitty donut, Japan #ekplatedonut

3. Bear shaped Almond cake, Switzerland #ekplatecake

4. Kebab wrap, Turkey #ekplatekebab

5. Empanadas, Spain #ekplateempanadas

6. Coconut ice-cream, Malaysia #ekplateicecream

7. French fries, Belgium #ekplatefrenchfries

8. Frozen yogurt, Malta #ekplateyogurt

9. Strawberry daiquiri, Greece

10. Fish and Chips, Australia #ekplatefishandchips

11. Rose shaped Strawberry Ice-cream, China #ekplateicecream

Follow her on Instagram @girleatworld and pick your favourite and let us know in the Comment below !

Disclaimer:

The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. ek plate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ek plate and ek plate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

What Can 100 Rs Get You In Street Food Around The World?

Written by
Surely you’ll agree that one of the best parts about traveling is the street food. Not only is it SO GOOD, it’s also a great way to eat when you’re traveling on a budget.

Ek plate asked people what they can buy in their country for the equivalent of 100 Indian Rupee. Here are the insane results.

1. Hungary — a whole bottle of wine

IMG_3464

2. Hong Kong — one slice of plain bread

 

3. Netherlands — 10 pancakes at the supermarket

 

5. India — six cups of chai

 

6. Shanghai — 10 vegetable dumplings from a food stand

 
7. Australia — a McDonald’s slushie  

9. Italy — an espresso or cappuccino

 

10. Nigeria — a can of soda and a bag of chips

 

11. Czech Republic — one and a half bottles of beer

 

12. Malaysia — a dozen eggs

13. South Africa — two McDonald’s cheeseburgers

  14. Philippines — two cans of Cheez Whiz  

15. France — one baguette

 

16. Colombia — three empanadas

  17. Vietnam — a bowl of pho  
18. Honduras — 11 bananas

19. Indonesia — 67 pieces of gum

 

20. Croatia — a large coffee

 

22. Cairo — a falafel or shawarma pita 

 

23. Holland — six apples

 

24. Finland — a whole pack of hot dogs

 

25. Switzerland — three pieces of gum

 

26. Uruguay — one liter of bagged milk

 

27. And the United States — a huge can of Arizona iced tea

 
Disclaimer:
 The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. ek plate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ek plate and ek plate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

5 Roadside food which is a must try in Havana #cuba

Written by
Havana, Cuba’s colourful capital, is known for the Spanish colonial architecture of its 16th-century Old Havana core. Havana just isn't a beautiful places to explore the food culture out there is simple and at its best ! Roadside stands at Havana sell fast, delicious, and exceptionally cheap Caribbean staples which is ideal for a quick snack.
i6_havana_a
These are the Top 5 that is a 100% must try !

1. Pork Burgers (Hamburguesa de Cerdo)

Gilberts17thStreetGrill_Burger
A ground pork patty, griddled to medium-rare and laid on lettuce, tomato and pan suave, a soft roll.

2. Coconut Pie (“Pie” de Coco)

 

Ultra-sweet shredded coconut baked into pie crust.

3. Guava Milkshake (Batidos de Guayaba)

8359528277_61e5c8d3db_z
Peeled fresh guava blended with milk and sugar.
4. Goat Platter (Fricasse de Carnero)
Tender chunks of stewed goat served on arroz morro, white rice and black beans, and alongside yucca and a simple salad
5. Individual Hawaiian Pizzas (Pizza Hawaiana)
ok_pizzahawaiana_500px
Thick disks of dough glossed with tomato paste and topped with shredded cheese, ham and fresh pineapple, baked in an oven on the street.
Buen provecho! (Enjoy the Meal)
Do you know more ? Let ek plate know in the Comment Below !
Disclaimer:
The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. ek plate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ek plate and ek plate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

13 British Street Foods You Must Try Before You Die #ekplate

Written by
British food doesn’t always get the praise it deserves. There are so many tasty British culinary delights and here is a list of recommended everyday street foods enjoyed and eaten quite regularly all across the UK! When you visit the UK next, do ensure you take some time to try out one of two or even all of the streets foods on the list. 1. Fish and Chips:  130607140949-best-fish-and-chips-shops-story-top 2. Haggis, Neeps and Tatties 6a010536bcc8ca970c0148c7fe3d75970c Of which, Haggis is definitely the star of this show. Haggis is a tradition Scottish pudding which is supposed to be of sheep’s heart, liver, lungs, onions, oatmeal, spices and some stock.
3. Bangers and Mash
Bangers and Mash Sausages and Mashed potatoes. 4. Steak and Kidney Pie 30056_KR_Steak-and-Kidney-Pie_580x326_16_1.1.242_326X580 Pies! Pies!! Pies!!! 5. Sunday Dinner 6148d74ea9594516b242b6ab4f8ec7a6 Lamb, Chicken or Beef? In their case preferably all three!!! 6. Bacon Sandwich 18-bacon-sandwiches 7. Full English Breakfast compressed_resizeimage593x426xA6SozL86Xx The King AND Queen of breakfasts! Of course depending on where you are in the UK.  Effectively every breakfast food you can think of all piled on your plate – sausages, eggs, beans, toast, hash browns, tomatoes, black pudding and much more if you can get it to fit on your plate. 8. Beef Wellington o-BEEF-WELLINGTON-facebook The finest fillet steak, often smothered in pâté, covered in a rich and light puff pastry! 9. Sticky Toffee Pudding img_7711-e1444501671832 10. Trifle triple_berry_trifle5_1 A dessert you don’t have to feel too guilty about. Fair enough there that huge cream layer but there’s also jelly and when done right, contains fresh fruit to your 5 a day! 11. Deep-Fried Mars Bars deep-fried-mars-bar 12. Welsh Cakes  welsh-cakes-splash These aren’t dessert food that you would have on its own after a meal but curled up on the sofa, mug of tea in one hand, these are sheer perfection! 13. Spotted Dick spotted-dick A cake with dried fruits and served with custard! If you’re a visitor to the UK, which of these have you tried and if you live in the UK, which foods would you like to see added to the list? Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. ek plate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ek plate and ek plate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

9 Malaysian Street Foods That Should Be On Your Food List Of Must Eats ! #ekplate #streetfood

Written by
Ek plate had written a post about Paratha where we mentioned about a dish in Malaysia that's a Paratha its called Roti Canai. That post got me thinking about the Street food in Malaysia. Here is a small list of Malaysian Street food which we all should try ! 1. Satay ep2_satay_img_9119 Tender marinated chicken/ beef/ fish/ pork grilled on skewers grilled over flaming hot and served with cucumber and onion is one of the most popular dishes of Malaysia and must try!!! 2. Nasi Lemak/ Biryani 00_14 Nasi lemak consists of rice steamed in coconut milk to get a creamy texture, in addition to it a hard-boiled egg, roasted peanuts, vegetables, lamb or chicken curry and sambal. 3. Seafood  IMG_4428-001 It’s a seafood heaven I must say. Fish cakes in square or rounded balls, chicken sausages, exotic fish, delicious prawns, clams displayed on mounds of dripping ice can get your stomach grumbling.  4. Roti Canai Roti-canai An Indian-inspired layered flatbread stuffed with chicken or just flaky flatbread made with flour, butter and water with an added dose of condensed milk to sweeten it up is served with a side dish of chicken or lamb curry is on the list of best Malaysian dishes to try. 5. Cendol  4077633935_e8b98a72fe_o A deadly mix of crushed ice, colorful jelly and coconut milk is one of the best – loved dessert and the perfect drink to keep you cooler in the sweltering heat. 6. Teh Tarik 6836327620_648f79b711_o This is a version of Indian tea with an extra dose of sweetness and milk prepared in a style of filter coffee.  7. White Coffee Not a tea lover ?? No worries.  For all coffee lovers ditch your Starbucks coffee for one of most popular Malaysian drink – White Coffee of Malaysia. 8553f3a6660cd679fc8c3149c0f61c37 8. Milo Dinosaur milo-dinosaur_800x605_crop_640x484_05b3102110 It is Milo with a twist ! :D  9. Tropical Fruits tropical-fruit And last but not the least keep yourself hydrated and healthy by taking in on some tropical fruits available on the streets of Malaysia.  Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. ek plate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ek plate and ek plate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

12 Street Food Places Which Will Make You Want To Fly To Cambridge Right Away !

Written by

Cambridge has to offer us a lot. Let it be the most amazing students,the travelling experience or the amazing street food. A collective of top quality local street food traders, parking up to satisfy cravings across the city of Cambridge. With Cambridge’s street food scene more vibrant than ever, we round up some of ek plates favourite traders. 

1. Steak & Honour 

steakandhobour

The best burgers in Cambridge by a street. Two vans popping up all over the city.Where are they today?

2. Jalan Jalan

3hbg-jalan-noodles

A little van serving up huge South East Asian flavours. Regulars at Foodpark lunch markets.

 3. Taste of Cambridge

tasteofcambridge_1314181578

Gorgeous fresh veggie falafel served in a wrap in the middle of the historic city centre. Find them Tuesday-Saturday on Market Street. And be quick: they sell out!

4. Guerrilla Kitchen

With phenomenal meaty and veggie options available (and crack pie to follow), these guys truly are rich in bunly goodness.

5. Jack’s Gelato 

16/07/14 Jacks Gelato Cambridge Magazine - Cambridge, Cambridge Jack's Gelato - (L-R)Raspberry Rose, Alphonso Mango Lime and Stracciatella flavours. ..Pic - Richard Marsham

Oh, Jack, Jack, Jack. Papaya sorbet. Peanut butter & whiskey ice cream. Catch him round town on the trike, or sit at home and get Cambridge’s best gelato delivered to your door.

6. Market Square Dim Sum

That dim sum stall on the Market Square? GO THERE. Have the steamed pork and chive dumplings. And the deep-fried Sichuan spicy pork dumplings. And the veggie dumplings. And the won ton soup. And for the love of god don’t tell anyone.

7. Buffalo Joe’s

Chicken wings. Blue cheese dip. You know what to do.

8. Nanna Mexico

They might have two restaurants on the go now but their van is still bringing Mexican to the masses. Their Big Ass Burritos are good but the quesadillas will haunt your dreams.

9. Fired Up Pizza

A wood-fired pizza oven. Bubbling cheese, gorgeous dough. Meat-eaters, try the ‘nduja topping: it’s the sausage of the gods. Please forget I said “sausage of the gods”.

10. The Van of Life

DSCF0780

The original and still the greatest. Up there with King’s College Chapel as a Cambridge landmark, but with better cheesy chips. They say Isaac Newton used to swing by of an evening for nuggets and garlic sauce. Smartest thing he ever did.

11. Tin Kitchen

4f30a482-c4bc-414c-ac95-314146204482

So “Gogo Gogi Gui” is unbelievably difficult to say, but if you go with “please give me a tasty Korean burger with everything” they’ll know what you mean.

Missed any let us know in the Comment Below !

Disclaimer:

The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. ek plate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ek plate and ek plate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.
Page 1 of 4

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? GET THE APP NOW!

Your search has ended, the best street food app is here !

We'll send you a link, open it on your phone to download the app.