Street food is something that you ought to try in Delhi. Give your taste buds a tasty treat with the amazing food served on Delhi streets. Be it samosas, chaat, chicken dishes or momos, everything would take you to a culinary joy ride. Check out the list below for the 10 must try street food of Delhi.
Restaurant : Dolma Aunty’s Momo | Nagaland Kitchen | Chinese Bite | Cafe Brown Sugar | Hunger Strike
For lip smacking momos at unimaginably reasonable rates, Delhi is the most recommended place. Soft momos with red chilly oil prepared to sheer perfection would mesmerize your taste buds. You can try amazing momos from Dolma Aunty’s Momo joint in Lajpatnagar Market. Besides, you can also have them at Kamla Nagar Market, Nagaland Kitchen in Dilli Haat, Chinese Bite at Yashwant Place and Cafe Brown Sugar at GK market. They are available in vegetarian as well as non vegetarian varieties. Tandoori momos in Hunger Strike at Amar Colony are also amazing.
Restaurant : Bombay Bhelpuri
Since 1973, Bombay Bhelpuri in South Extension serves amazing bhel puri and sev puri as authentic as the kind that is served in Mumbai. The staff also is quiet friendly. The pocket friendly prices make this place totally superb. They would even individualize your dish according to your taste for spiciness.
3. Kulcha and Chhole
Restaurant : Kulcha King | Lotan Chhole Kulcha | Baljeet’s
Kulcha King at Sarojini Nagar Ring Road Market serves the best Amritsari Kulcha and Chhole. They even have a website www.kulchakingfood.com. Needless to say, the rates are absolutely pocket friendly and range from 70 INR to 100 INR. Lotan Chhole Kulcha at Chandni Chowk is also worth a mention. Try Baljeet’s Amritsari Kulcha at Paschim Vihar too. Radhe Shyam chhole bhature exactly opposite the new delhi railway station is also worth going.
Restaurant : Khandani Pakode Wala
Pakode offered by Khandani Pakode Wala exactly opposite to Kulcha King would give you a blissful experience in winters or rainy season. Enjoy a plate of piping hot pakode along with tea at a cheap rate of 10 to 12 bucks. The bread pakoda and paneer pakode are definitely worth trying if you are at Delhi.
Restaurant : Al Bake | Lebanese Point |Al Zaitoon
Al Bake in New Friends Colony offers the best Shawarma rolls, costing around 60 INR only. Apart from this, Lebanese Point at PVR Complex, Saket and Al Zaitoon in Narmada Market Alkananda serve equally popular and mouthwatering Shawarmas.
Restaurant : Prabhu Chaat Bhandar | Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandaar
Everyone loves chaat, right? If you wish to try the most delicious chaat, head to Prabhu Chaat Bhandar in Shahjahan Road, near UPSC Building or Lala Babu Chaat Bhandaar at Chandi Chowk. Samosas served over here are also worth trying. Papri chaat at Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandaar, at Chandni Chowk is also very mouthwatering.
Restaurant : Khan Chacha | Salim’s Kebabs
If you are a fan of non vegetarian food, Khan Chacha is a brilliant place to gulp down rolls and kebabs. Prices are a bit more, but the food is so delicious that it is worth every penny. Salim’s Kebabs at Defence Colony Market also serves tasty kebabs.
Restaurant : Bittoo’s Tikki Wala | Natraj Dahi Bhalle Corner | Prabhu Chaat Bhandar
Bittoo’s Tikki Wala at Pitampura serves lip smacking tikki that would leave you craving for more. A plate costs only 60 INR that is an additional advantage. The crispness of these tikkis is just awesome. You may also try awesome Delhi tikkis at Natraj Dahi Bhalle Corner in Chandni Chowk and Prabhu Chaat Bhandar in Shahjahan Road near Khan Market.
9. Aloo Kulla
Restaurant : Bishan Swaroop
Bishan Swaroop at Chandni Chowk is a great place to try Aloo Kulla and fruit chaat. Two people can satisfy their food cravings at a nominal rate of 50 bucks over here. Doesn’t that sound superb??
Restaurant : Roshan Di Kulfi | Gyani ka falooda
Roshan Di Kulfi at Karol Bagh serves amazing kesar badam pista kulfi and mango kulfi. kulfi falooda is also excellent. Chhole Bhature and lassi are also some of the must try items over here. Gyani ka falooda at Chandni Chowk is also worth trying. Try out the mouthwatering Bengali sweets at Chittranjan Park Market number 2.
Some more places that you can try for delicious street food include KamlaNagar’s bedmi puri and sabji that you can try till 11 AM. Besides, you can also try Laziz Kabab, Stuffed or plain paranthe at Paranthe Wali Gali and Kake Di Hatti- Chandni Chowk.
To end the culinary joy ride of street food in Delhi, Pandey’s Paan at Connaught Place- North Avenue is something you cannot miss. Their butterscotch, chocolate, kiwi, cranberry, strawberry and other paan flavors are out of this world.