Get ready to try out these long list of delectable street foods and corners in Delhi and hit these stalls straight away! Delhi is home for all feasters! Ranging from street foods to international cuisines, the historical capital of India is a paradise of ecstatic tastes.
While in Delhi, do visit the famous street stalls that provide you tastes that can tingle your senses. The soul-filling dishes served at these stalls are definitely going to want you to come back to these stalls every time you visit Delhi!
1. Chhole Bathure
This Punjabi dish is among the favorite breakfasts of North India. The spicy Chickpeas curry served with crispy bread made of Maida (all-purpose flour) is a perfect platter for a filling meal. The extra fluffy Bhature with a crispy layer that envelopes the soft layer inside is perfect to spoon in the spicy Chhole and devour.
Giani’s di Hatti at Chandni Chowk, Roshan Di Kulfi at Karol Bagh, Sitaram Diwan Chand at Paharganj, Nand ke Chole Bhature at Sadar Bazaar, Baba Nagpal Corner at Lajpat Nagar and Chache di Hatti in DU, Kakaji Chhole Bhature at Lajpat Nagar, and Radhey Krishna Chhole Bhature at Karkardooma
2. Golgappa (Pani Puri)
The crispy brown spheres filled with special stuffing and tamarind water that bursts in your mouth with a thousand flavors to offer, is definitely the best in Delhi! A plate of these flavour-rich snacks is a must-try in Delhi. An extra piece of Papri dipped in Dahi would not hurt after the spicy palatable.
Haldiram, Bikanerwala, Nathu Sweets, Local markets of Chandni Chowk, Rajouri Garden, Lajpat Nagar Market, CR Park, UPSC Bhawan at Shahjahan Road and many other places.
3. Poori Aloo
If you are a spice lover, Poori Aloo is certainly your cup of tea! The crispy Poori and the spicy potato fare is surely mouth-watering. Paired with hot and sweet Halwa (pudding) fulfils a craving tummy!
Chaina Ram in Chandni Chowk, Karol Bagh Market, Tewari Sweets at Lajpat Nagar and Shyam Sweets at Chawri Bazaar
4. Dahi Bhalle
The sweet tangy and spicy chutney flowing over the Urad dal Bhalle soaked in thick curd and loaded with some secret masala, sweet-sour chutney and saunth mix is definitely a delicious treat you would not want to miss out on.
Natraj Dahi Bhalle Corner at Chandni Chowk, Atul Chaat Bhandar at Rajouri Market, Shyam Ji Corner at Old Delhi Road and Dahi Bhalla Corner at Karol Bagh.
The rolls served in Delhi cannot be compared to any! Each stall keeper adds a personal touch with their own secret ingredients. The rolls have crispy thin layer outside with thick and delicious filling within. The usual ketchup takes a backseat when it comes to ‘Momos Chutney’ which makes the experience richer.
Local joints at Kamla Nagar Market, Taste Drive at Rajouri Garden, Wah Ji Wah, Nizam’s at CP, High On Rolls at Defense Colony