We all know how much the City of Nawabs loves poha-jalebi and namak wali chai but that is not all it has to offer. The capital city Bhopal has some intricate non veg dishes which the locals savor with immense delight. Bhopali non-veg cuisines are mostly influenced by Mughlai culture due to its rich history and external influences. Malwa region was one of the major trading hubs in 16th century which is the reason why the food here has a heavy Mughal influence. The passion for food runs deep in the veins of bhopalis and they are bound to lure you into their food spells. The food has an amazing blend of spices and has a local flavour which makes it taste like home cooked food. From spicy Handi mutton to juicy korma to tangy achaar gosht to amazing Mughlai chicken that has an aromatic twist to it, you name it and bhopalis will tend to your taste buds and prepare the most satisfying non vegetarian fare. The chatori gali located amidst beautiful Mughal architecture in the dusty suburban area of old Bhopal is your go to place for the best chicken and mutton preparations and you can savor them till your heart’s content.