Bingo Street Bites Review - Paani Puri & Dahi Chaat (2023)
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Bingo Street Bites Are A Treat For Your Tastebuds (2024)

We tried two variants of Bingo Street Bites and here’s what we think.

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Mishry rating

4 / 5
4 / 5


Bingo Street Bites are truly a unique launch in the snacks section. The flavors have been replicated beautifully and the crunch is commendable. As indicated by the ratings, we prefer Paani Puri to Dahi Chaat.

If a cafe mocha can be savoured as ice cream, if pizzas can be relished as bite-sized pockets, why not certain items of the extensive Indian street food menu?

This might probably be what the R&D team at Bingo thought about when they launched the Street Bites range. For our Bingo Street bites review, we ordered two variants- Paani Puri and Dahi Chaat.

Which did we like better and why was it Paani Puri?

Here’s all the info you need to know about these snacks.

Bingo Street Bites Mishry Rating Buy Now
Paani Puri 4 On Amazon
Dahi Chaat 3.75 On Amazon
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Pani Puri and Dahi Chaat were the two variants we tried.

Our Review Factors

What were we looking for in our Bingo Street Bites review? The flavors and crunch were our primary parameters. We also gauged the price, packaging, and other non-tasting parameters.

1. Taste

Paani puri and Dahi chaat are distinct flavor profiles. There’s a mix of spicy, tangy, savoury, and sweet flavors which makes them appetising. Under this parameter, we checked to find how well these chips replicate those flavors and whether or not it is something we would go back for. 

2. Texture 

What was the texture of these chips like? Was the crunch bold or subtle? Did these feel oily on the palatte or fingertips? How well is the masala coated on the chips?

3. Other Parameters 

Here, we gauged the price, packaging, shelf life, ingredients used, etc.

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Bingo Street Bites Flavours – Detailed Review

Of the two variants, Paani Puri was the collective favorite. Detailed explanation is given in the following section.

1. Pani Puri twist

Price + Packaging 

60 grams of these snacks are priced at Rs 30/-. They are packed in an orange and blue pack. This is not resealable.

Main Ingredients 

Refined wheat flour (maida), Seasoning (refined palmolein, Iodised salt, Sugar, Spices and condiments, Dextrose, Black salt, Tamarind powder, Natural flavors and natural flavoring substances, Green chilli powder, Dehydrated parsley and nature identical flavoring substances), Refined palm oil, Dehydrated potato flakes, Stabiliser, Sugar, Iodised salt, Emulsifier, and Natural flavors and natural flavoring substances are all ingredients used. 

bingo street bites review pani puri
Lovely flavors, lovely crunch.

Aroma + Appearance 

These chips are quite thin, have uneven edges and a slightly elliptical shape. Bingo Paani Puri chips have an appealing yellow hue and some minute red flakes. Most pieces were broken but that did not affect the taste. 

The aroma was fresh, slightly herby. 

Taste + Texture 

TOOTHSOME! These chips replicated the classic golgappa flavors exceptionally. They were spicy and tangy. The flavor profile of paani puri’s pani, specifically with the minty herbiness had us going back for seconds, until we emptied the pack. 

The crunch of these chips was prominent which also spoke for its freshness. No complains in either of the aspects. 

Taste- 4/5
Texture- 4/5
  • Beautiful replication of flavors
  • Commendable balance between spicy, tangy, sweet flavors
  • BOLD crunch
  • Most pieces were broken

Can you have Paani Puri on-the-go? Now you can, with these golgappa-flavored chips by Bingo.

2. Dahi Chaat remix

Price + Packaging 

The price and net quantity are identical to the above variant. Dahi Chaat remix from Bingo Street Bites comes in a sea green and purple-colored pack. 

Main Ingredients 

Refined Wheat Flour (Maida), Seasoning (Refined Palmolein, Iodized Salt, Sugar, Natural Flavouring and Natural Flavouring Substances, Nature Identical Flavouring Substances, Dextrose, Spices and Condiments, Milk Solids (0.3%), Black Salt, Dehydrated Parsley and Tamarind Powder), Refined Palmolein, Dehydrated Potato Flakes, Stabilizer (INS 1412), Sugar Iodized Salt, Emulsifier [Diacetyltartaric and fatty acid esters of glycerol (From Sunflower & Palm Oil)] and Natural Flavours and Natural Flavouring Substances are all ingredients used. 

bingo street bites review dahi chaat
This was slightly sweeter.

Aroma + Appearance 

The yellow hue here was deeper than that of papdi. We could see some black specs on the chips. 

Taste + Texture 

The crunch was as good as that of Paani Puri chips from this range. As for taste, this was comparatively more sweet, and had that innate chatpata-ness. The flavors you taste from a plate of Dahi Papdi were effortlessly replicated here.

This is to say that complete justice was done to the flavor tag, but this wasn’t as tasty as Paani Puri variant.

All our reviewers voted for the golgappa variant as a better pick between the two we tried. 

Taste- 3.5/5
Texture- 4/5
  • Nice balance of flavors
  • Prominent crunch

Sweet chips laced with some tangy and spicy flavors? We recommend Bingo Street Bites in Dahi Chaat. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some interesting FAQs on Bingo Street Bites.

No, these aren’t spicy but can be labeled as chatpata.

Yes, sure. If you like savory snacks with chai or coffee, these could be an interesting pairing. 

No, these do not contain onion or garlic. 

No, but it contains E 1412 which is used to add thickness and pulpiness to packaged foods. 

Yes, these contain natural flavors and flavoring substances. 

Should You Try?

Definitely! Depending on which form of street food you like better, both the variants are tasty and are able to give you the familiar flavors of chaat. We liked the Bingo Pani Puri Street Bites over the dahi chaat variant for its flavor profile. These are both equally crunchy. 

Have you tried them before? If yes, which one do you prefer and why?

Our reviews are unbiased and all samples used during the reviews were paid for by us. Read our entire ethics statement here.

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