Street Food Of Delhi

Street Food Of Delhi

Delhi frequently referred to be a foodie’s paradise, is also one of the few places in India that offers a diverse range of street food alternatives.

We have therefore compiled a list of The Street Food Of Delhi for all the foodies.

Street Food Of Delhi

1. Chole Bhature

Chole Bhature is a dish that is well-known throughout North India. The dish is incomplete without Pickles, onions, mint chutney, and a glass of lassi or Chaas served on the side.

So, here we are calling all the Chole Bhature lovers to visit these handpicked eateries –

Best Places To Eat

  • Sita Ram Diwan Chand – Paharganj
  • Anand Ji –  3, Krishna Market, Lajpat Nagar
  • Monika Café – GG-1/142 A, PVR Road, Vikaspuri
  • Prem Di Hatti – J-1/162, Opposite City Square, Rajouri Garden
  • Bhogal Chole Bhature – Scindia House, KG Marg, Janpath

2. Golgappe

Without some lip-smacking golgappe, what even is Delhi street food?

It doesn’t matter what you call them—Paani puri, puchka, paani ke batashe, phulki, or golgappa—the emotion it elicits in us Indians is the same regardless of the name.

Here are a few places in Delhi that every Gol Gappa fan must visit.

Best Places To Eat

  • Bangla Sweet House – Bangla Sahib Marg, Gole Market.
  • Atul Chaat Corner – Main Market, Rajouri Garden.
  • Prabhu Chaat Bhandaar – Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, Mansingh Road
  • Prince Chaat – M Block, Greater Kailash 1 (GK 1).
  • Rasili Chaat – DDA Market, Bersarai, JNU Road, JNU

3. Kathi Rolls

Delhi features a wide range of mouthwatering rolls, including kathi rolls, double egg rolls, and butter chicken rolls.

Best Places To Eat

  • Art Of Spices – B1/3, Pusa Road, Karol Bagh & 53, DDA Market, Paschim Vihar.
  • Khan Chacha – Khan Market & Other Outlets
  • Shawarma Junction – 37/21, Kaushik Enclave, A Block, Gali 10, Burari.
  • Chowringhee Lane – Punjabi Bagh & Other Outlets.
  • Nizam’s Kathi Kabab – C.P. & Other Outlets

4. Chaat

One of the culinary gems of Indian cuisine is without a doubt street-style chaat.

Chaat is a rich and varied food in India, including palak patta chaat in addition to the popular aloo chaat, aloo tikki, and papdi chaat.

Don’t miss out on having a chaat in Delhi at these well-known eateries.

Best Places To Eat

  • Natraj Dahi Bhalla – Kucha Mahajani, Chandni Chowk
  • Bittoo Tikki Wala – Multiple Outlets
  • Shiv Tikki Wala – Community Centre, Karkardooma
  • Vaishno Chaat Bhandar – Kamla Nagar
  • Raju Chaat Corner – Market 01, CR Park

5. Ram Ladoo

Ram Ladoo is a savory fried moong dal and chana dal pakora made into a chaat. It is one of the popular Delhi street snacks.

The addition of fresh radish to the topping adds to its flavor.

Best Places To Eat

  • Lajpat Wale Ram Laddu – Block D, Lajpat Nagar II, Lajpat Nagar
  • Ram Laddu Bhandar – Lal Quarters Road, Block S, Block D, Krishna Nagar
  • Rakesh Ram Laddu – Saket Rd, Block J, Saket
  • Unnamed Stall In Sarojini Nagar – Sarojini Nagar
  • Ram Laddu Food Corner – Block D, Lajpat Nagar II, Lajpat Nagar

6. Kebabs

From seekh to shami, galawat to boti, dori to burrah, chappli to kakori, and an infinite variety of tikkas, just ask and you will find all of it in the streets of Delhi.

We have listed some of the best places in Delhi for all kebab lovers.

Best Places To Eat

  • Qureshi Kabab Corner – Opposite Gate 1, Jama Masjid
  • Ustad Moinuddin Kebab – Lal Kuan, Gali Qasimjan, Chawri Bazar
  • Karim’s – Jama Masjid, Lodhi Road, Punjabi Bagh & Other Outlets
  • Ghalib Kabab Corner – Ghalib Road, Near Lal Mahal, Nizamuddin
  • Rajinder Da Dhaba – Safdarjung Enclave Market

7. Daulat Ki Chaat

Daulat ki Chaat is a sweet dish even though it is named a chaat.

It is made of thick, creamy foam made from milk that has been collected by churning; it is combined with sugar and saffron, and before serving, it is topped with pistachios and almonds.

This well-known plate of deliciousness is as delicious to eat as it sounds.

Best Places To Eat

  • Jaspal & Sunil Kumar – Barshah Bulla Chowk, Chawri Bazar
  • Hemchandra – Chawri Bazar
  • Rakesh Kumar Babu Ram – Dariba Kalan, Chandni Chowk
  • Khemchand Adesh Kumar – Nai Sadak, Chawri Bazar

8. Momos

It’s almost a crime not to mention Momos while discussing Delhi’s street food.

From fried to tandoori and chicken to paneer, there’s something for everyone to satisfy their appetite for a hot plate of Momos.

Best Places To Eat

  • Hunger Strike – Amar Colony Market, Amar Colony
  • Dolma Aunty Momos – Central Market, Lajpat Nagar 2
  • QD’s Restaurant – Lajpat Nagar 2
  • Chalte Firte Momos – Bangla Road, Kamla Nagar
  • Tee Dee – Aruna Nagar, Majnu ka Tila

9. Rabri Jalebi

Anyone with a sweet taste would tell you that Rabri Jalebis are the best desserts in town.

This sweet, sugary dish is a local favorite and the go-to dessert for practically every special occasion.

Best Places To Eat

  • Old Famous Jalebi Wala –  Dariba Corner, Chandni Chowk
  • Kali Charan Gupta Jalebi Wale – Frash Khana, Chandni Chowk
  • Bangla Sweet House – Bangla Sahib Marg, Gole Market
  • Jain Sweets – Fatehpuri Chowk, Khari Baoli Rd, Chandni Chowk
  • Special Jalebi Wala – Fawara Chowk, Chandni Chowk

10. Kulfi Falooda

The kulfi, which is creamy and cold, is topped with falooda, which is sweet vermicelli flavored with rose water.

This combination dish will satisfy you and your taste buds like no other sweet dish.

Best Places To Eat

  • Roshan di Kulfi – Block 34P, Beadonpura, Karol Bagh
  • Krishna Di Kulfi – Pandara Flats, India Gate
  • Kings Kulfi – Multiple locations
  • Giani’s di Hatti – Bagh Deewar, Katra Ghel, Fatehpuri, Chandni Chowk
  • Standard Ice Cream Faluda – Pocket 7, Sector 7, Rohini

So, how many of these locations have you visited?  Do let us know.

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