Some Of Delhi’s Most Delicious Street Food & Where To Find Them

Some Of Delhi’s Most Delicious Street Food & Where To Find Them
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From Haldiram’s Raj Kachori to Parathe Wali Gali’s Daulat Ki Chat, it’s hard to argue that our country’s capital, Delhi, also happens to be our country’s food capital. Delhi has contributed in massive ways to our country’s vast food culture, whether that be the fiery tandoors or the delectable rajma-chawal. However, a lot of its magic brims in the streets.

Check out this flavoursome list of some of Delhi’s treasured street food, and where to find it.

I. Murari’s Chole Kulche

Near Shiv Kalyan Temple, Arya Samaj Road, Karol Bagh, Delhi

Amidst the hustle-bustle of the street, Murari works like a magician to serve some of the most delicious chole-kulche you’ve had with a colourful assortment of chutneys, spices and vegetables.

II. Kake Di Hatti’s Punjabi Food

654-655, Church Mission Road, Fatehpuri, Chandni Chowk, Delhi

Home to the biggest naan in India, Kake Di Hatti’s wide range of buttered Punjabi food consists of the finest stuffed parathas and paneer dishes the city has to offer.

III. Rajasthan Kachori Wala’s Khasta Kachori

6 Tooti Chowk, Paharganj, New Delhi

Go here for an endless flow of kachoris swimming in a pool of oil as they get ready to be crushed and cooled off with some sweet and tangy chutneys, all ready to be devoured by you.

IV. Bhogal’s Chole Bhature & Chawal

Janpath, Connaught Place, Delhi

A massive pot of deliciously spicy chole gets diligently stirred at Bhogal’s humble corner only to be served with fluffy bhatures and steamy flavoured rice.

V. Pappu Chat Bhandar’s Aloo & Fruit Chaat

19, KG Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi

An assortment of sliced apples, bananas, pears and watermelons are doused with tangy masala and sweet chutneys to conjure this unique chaat dish. Its aloo variant is equally amazing.

VI. Yadav Caterer’s Jalebis

6 Tooti Chowk, Paharganj, New Delhi

Like true magicians, the owners paint the oil canvas with a thick syrup and within seconds, you’ve got the perfectly shaped sweet and hot jalebis to die for.

VII. Parashar Foods’ Rajma Chawal

1 Shankar Market, Connaught Place, New Delhi

Here you get the iconic Delhi dish with the perfect combination of steamed rice, sliced onions, green chilli, and of course, the most delicious rajma.

VIII. Natraj Dahi Bhalla’s Aloo Tikki

Opp. Parathe Wali Gali, Chandni Chowk, Delhi

At a corner of the vibrant Chandni Chowk, you’ll find the city’s most delightful stuffed potato served with just the right amount of chutneys and sauces.

And if you are still hungry, satisfy your craving with this amazing video by Crazy For Indian Food as it chronicles some of Delhi’s best street food, and then some.

Crazy For Indian Food

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