Food of Kakinada
Kakinada is a city famous for its traditional Andhra food which comprises mango pickle, mutton, shrimp, fish, chicken and vegetables. If you are visiting Kakinada, there is no way you can miss the most popular delicacy of the city which is actually a sweet dish called Kakinada Kaaja made from maida flour and sugar syrup.
Also make sure to try out the street food mainly bhajis and Pidatha kindha pappu made from onions and roasted rice. The city also offers many restaurants serving both vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian food. Apart from the intriguing name, Kakinada is also famous for Pesarattu, a dosa made from green gram and served with different types of chutneys. A South Indian spin on Pesar (Green Gram) and Attu (Pancakes), this popular breakfast dish is a common street food in Kakinada. Subbaya Hotel is a favourite of locals as well as tourists for traditional homely cooking.