According to the Food and Agriculture Organization, 2.5 billion people eat street food every day. Ready to eat food which is easily available to next door be popularly known as street foods. Indian street foods ranges from the traditional chaat, idlis, dosas, vada-pau, Moghlai kababs , biryanis, kachoris , Samosas, Chole –Bhature , Parathas jalebis, balushahis, and gulab jamuns to Chinese and Italian foods. These foods are usually sold by street vendors all over the country. The hawker’s zones are sometimes looked upon with disdain. The reason behind it is multi factorial, which includes lack of garbage disposal facilities, inadequate water supplies leading to foul smell and increased breeding of mosquitoes. The Vendors at their small stall usually exhibit poor hygiene and sanitation. Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006 is meant to regulate the safety aspects of street foods. All the authorities who include the municipal corporations and the police are involved at all the stages of implementations of law, thereby ensuring synergic co-operation and success of the statute. Enactment of law is not sufficient unless the concerned are not well educated and aware.