Panipuri has various names depending on the region. In Haryana it is called paani ke patase in Madhya Pradesh fulki in Uttar Pradesh golgappa, in West Bengal, Bangladesh and Nepal is called puchkkas & in parts of Gujarat is called pakodi.
Puchka differs from panipuri in terms of content and taste. It uses a mixture of boiled gram and mashed potatoes as the filling, and is tangy rather than sweetish while the water is sour and spicy.


  • 4 years ago, on one fine day, we have started our Pani-Puri business on a small counter with just 7 customers using a single regular flavor. Now we are serving more than 150 customers on a daily basis along with 4 flavors.
    We are so caring about hygiene is that we always use mineral water for Pani Puri. We do not add any artificial flavor or color and we also use the best quality potatoes to make masala in Pani Puri.
  • We care about the quality and taste and for that, We start our selling at 5 PM sharp and close 9:30 PM sharp to maintain quality and freshness of masala. Puries get fried under expert observation within the limited quantity to keep them fresh and crispy. We prepare aloo masala before 1 hr of start selling.
  • After a great response in Pani-Puri, We also started other fast food options like Dabeli, Vadapav, Chinese Food, Momos, French Fries, etc. where we received a very positive response from our customers.
    Now, we are putting a step ahead in our service where you can get actual of our Pani Puri and other snacks at your home. Yes, we are also in-home delivery to keep our customers happy.