Top 10 famous dishes to eat in Delhi if you haven’t already!
Delhi is, hands down, the food capital of the country, and here’s proof :
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If you stay in Rohini, chances are that this spot is already in your must have list. And if you do not stay there, one visit for this food spot is totally worth it. It’s a typical chole bhature stall with no seating area and at extremely cheap price. The stall is always overcrowded with lots of people drooling over their share of chhole bhature. The menu only consists of Chhole Bhature, Chhole Chawal, Raita and Lassi. What’s better add-on than a glass Lassi after you have your plate of chhole bhature.
Purani Dilli ka Swaad :
Purani Dilli is all-in- one place where you can shop anything and everything, start off your day on a spicy note and get all kinds of food from a glass of Lassi to variety of Parathas. Purani Dilli is most famous for its street food, be it Natraj’s Dahi Bhalle or Jung Bahadur’s delicious Kachori or kababs and tikkas in Chawri Bazaar, everything at this place is worth trying.
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Summer and chuski go hand in hand. India Gate is a perfect place to spend quality time in summers. Chuski is really popular here. There are various flavors available. So on your next visit to India Gate, find a picnic spot and enjoy your day with your favorite chuski.
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If you’re fond of non-vegetarian food, Pandara Road has something in store for you. The place offers the best butter chicken in the entire city. There are a number of restaurants offering variety of foods from North Indian to Chinese. During night, when out with friend, head over to Pandara Road to fill your bellies.
Paratha at Parathe Wali Gali
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We have already talked about the amazing food at Purani Dilli, but the Parathe Wali Gali needs special attention. You cannot miss out being to this place if you are a paratha lover. From aloo paratha to gobhi paratha to daal paratha and every other filling that you can think about, you get it at this gali in Chandni Chowk.
If it is about Karim, it is about Mutton Korma. If you have ever been to Jama Masjid, you just cannot miss this out. I am sure every non-veg lover have been to Karim’ at least once. If you haven’t tasted the flavours of Karim’s, there are probably only two reasons for that, either you are new in Delhi or you are a vegetarian.
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We all love momos and that’s a fact no one in Delhi can deny. Hunger strike which serves amazing tandoori momos is known for its innovation and taste which is just amazing. So, for all the fan of momos in Delhi its a must visit place for them.
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Located in the market of New Friends Colony community center this place is regarded as the “mecca of shwarma” in Delhi. Its a must visit place for all the shwarma lover in delhi, and a bite of it will definitely satisfy your taste buds..
Regional cuisine, Dilli Haat I.N.A :
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To go on a ride of tasting food from different states, Dilli Haat is the best place to explore. You get different tastes from different regions across the country at one place. Not only munching your favorite cuisine, you can even shop for various handicrafts and variety of designs over here.
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The thought of gulping down amazing non-vegetarian food makes you land at Khan Chacha. Located in Khan market and C.P the restaurant serves you kebabs, rolls and much more! The kebabs simply melts in your mouth. Roll these kebabs in rumali roti and let your taste buds drool.