Delhi Street Food

Famous Street Food in Delhi

Delhi being the capital of India, has been the most happening place of the country. Delhi-ites are known as much for their unquenchable hunger as they are for the unending variety of food found in the city so that is why it is regarded as the “food capital” of the Country. The cobbled lanes of Delhi, particularly the thin by paths of Old Delhi, are without a doubt overflowing with a portion of India’s best street food.

When you talk about Delhi, there are two things that rung a bell: History and Food. The capital city is saturated with History and drenched in food. Delhi can likewise go from being absolutely mushy with probably the most sentimental things you can do in the city to a social event. So with regards to food, things are the same. The sheer decent variety of food in the capital city will abandon you in gastronomical paradise. The main way you can encounter this is by looking at the street food in Delhi. This is also true that you may find an infinite variety of street food in Delhi and every Delhi-ite would recommend you their own favorite food based on their own taste buds.
It would be a very tough choice that what to include from a list of more than 100 plus variety of street food you may find but this is what my personal favorites are. Also Being a food blogger from the past 3 years, I strongly recommend you to try these for sure once in your life.

1)    Sita Ram Diwan Chand

Sita Ram Diwan Chand Chole Bhature
Sita Ram Diwan Chand has now 3 outlets in Delhi in Paharganj, Paschim Vihar, and Pitampura. Going back in time Sita Ram Diwan Chand had their very first outlet in Paharganj which is now owned and managed by Pran Nath Kohli who is a son of Diwan Chand and Grandson of Sitaram Pran Nath. They have started selling Chole Bhature in a small cart after Partition and had a dream of opening up their own shop one day. They are known for their puffed Chole Bhature with paneer stuffed inside.

2)    Kashi Ram Chole Kulche Wala, Nariana

Kashi Ram Chole Kulche
Chole kulche can be found in pretty much every edge of the city, however, what makes Kanshi Ram’s chole kulche distinctive is their uncommon and great spread garlic curve to it. Obviously, despite everything they’re going as solid as ever. The arrangement of the supper itself is a joy to watch. The kulchas are covered with spread and are warmed on the skillet till they’re fresh—what pursues is a liberal covering of garlic chutney and a garnish of ground curds and coriander. The chole, as well, isn’t simply blended with flavours, yet warmed rapidly on the gigantic tawa before being finished with onions and some hand-crafted pickle {mostly carrot and chilli}. To adjust the zesty kind of the supper, they additionally offer an exceptional boondi raita which is served in a plastic glass.

3)    Dolma Aunty Momos, Lajpat Nagar

Dolma Aunty Momos
Dolma Aunty Momos has moved into Delhi and started selling momos in the year 1990. Though nowadays momos are very much common in Delhi and other parts of India as well she has gained fame as she was the early starter of selling momos in Delhi. She had started with selling low priced momos at just Rs. 15 per plate and now you have to spend Rs 60 for Chicken and Paneer Momos and Rs. 50 for Veg Momos for a full portion having 8 pieces.

4) Paramjeet Machi Wala, Moti Nagar

Paramjeet Machi Wala
This spot has got experts in serving best fish across Delhi. This joint which is arranged on the main road and is always full of crowd and one needs to wait for a long to get their orders but it is always worth waiting. Arranged extremely near Cinepolis Cinema Moti Nagar, this outlet is a standout amongst the best outlets for fried and tandoori fish. Aside from tandoori and fried fish they additionally serve Tawa fish gravy and the best fresh Kabab rolls. Best of all, they serve fish All Around The Year.

4)    Fateh Chand Kachori Waley, Civil Lines

Fateh Chand Kachori Wala
Fateh ki kachori is an old acclaimed kachori joint near North Campus, Delhi. As by its name you can discover kachori with chole embellished with tamarind chutney and coriander making it heavenly. The kachori isn’t common kachori which we get somewhere else, it’s not all that standard taste makes it popular and an unquestionable requirement attempt. Well, the most vital thing about the street food is its taste and we know the street food isn’t kept up by proper hygiene but tastewise Fateh ki kachori tasted great. They don’t blend poor quality ingredients but each and everything is fresh-cooked. The thing which makes this spot well known is its flavors in kachori and likewise prepared chole kulche. The best thing about them is that food would have numerous flavors and presented with coriander, lemon, flavored ginger, and many other things.

5)    Khandani Pakode Wala, Sarojini Nagar
Khandani Pakode Wala

Situated on the Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia Marg, Khandani Pakode Wala is arranged between the Bhikaji Cama flyover and the Sarojini Nagar crossing on the Ring Road. Built up in the year 1962, the third era of the ‘Khandaan'(family) is right now running the show. They have a broad and fascinating menu of pakodas. Khandani Pakode Wala has an amazing assortment of 15 distinct kinds of pakodas on its menu, alongside different things like Dhokla, Khandvi, Kesar Badam Milk and Matka Kulfi. The pakodas are presented with a totally flavorful mint and onion chutney. The joint opens as ahead of schedule as 9 A.M. in the first part of the day thus you can set out here toward a morning meal and It serves till 10 P.M at night.

6)    Mitlesh Ande Wala, Jail Road

Mitlesh Ande Wala
Mithilesh Ande Wala is the eggceptional place in West Delhi. Dissimilar to other omelette serving outlets, this one serves a constrained variety of eggs but individuals still run here when hungry. The butter and cheese omelette is their USP. The best place to eat if you cherish egg snacks. Made with Amul butter, heavy portions of green chillies, onion and bread cuts, the omelettes are extraordinary. The chutney which they serve with the eggs is extraordinary which enhances the taste of the food overall. Having an amazing variety of eggs, my personal favourite is Chicken Seekh Butter Omelet.

7)    Atul Chaat Corner, Rajouri Garden

Atul Chat Corner
Atul Chaat Corner is located in the Rajouri Garden main market and has been the must go place for the people who visit Rajouri Garden for shopping. Basically, Atul Chaat Corner is known for its Delicious Pav Bhaji, Aloo Tikka, Bhalla Papri and most importantly Gol Gappe. Even though there is not a proper sitting available but the prices are very much reasonable and the taste is mouthwatering and appetizing.

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