Delhi, the National Capital of India is Famous for its food Throughout the World. But Today we Feature the Heart of Delhi Foods i.e The Street Food of Delhi. So, Get Ready to feel hungry by these Street Delicacies of Delhi.
(10) Samose with Chole
Samosas are just the Best. The Crispy Fried Things filled with Potatoes & peas tastes really Amazing.But you can also try samosa with chole (chickpeas) in Delhi & this Chemistry Really works. I am Craving for a samosa as i am writing this, LOL!!
Best Place to Try:- Tilak Munjal ( Near Pitampura Metro,Delhi)
(9) Kathi Rolls
Kathi Rolls are Getting famous day by day in Delhi. Originally from city of Kolkata, This street food Entered in Delhites Hearts really quickly. It is a skewer Roasted Kebab Wrap into a Parantha bread. Although over the peiod many new variations have evolved but name still remains the same Kathi Rolls.
Best Place to Try:- 36,chowringhee (satyaniketan) & The Kathis (M-Block Market , G.K-1)
(8) Chole Kulche
This is another of my favorites, Tasty chickpeas topped with spices eaten with Fluffy Kulcha ( Bread made from maida flour) is just another delight that you can have best in Delhi. Chole is basically a combination of spicy chick peas (Chole) and potatoes cooked in a gravy made of tomatoes, onions.
Best Place to Try:- Kanshiram Kulchey Chole (Naraina,Delhi)
(7) Khasta Kachori with Sabzi
Khasta Kachori is a type of stuffed bread that is Fried & Crunchy. it is stuffed with Lentils or in some cases with potato inside. Sabzi is a Spicy Gravy made up of potato & other spices. The Kachori & Sabzi combo is really Delicious. The way to eat kachori is to break it into pieces in the sabzi & then eat it.It also goes well with chilled Raita to beat the spice.
Best Place to Try:- Jung Bahadur kachori wala ( Parathe wali Gali,Chandni Chowk)
(6) Aloo Tikki
Aloo Tikki is a Cutlet made up of potatoes, peas & various curry spices. It is served hot and warm along with a side of saunth, tamarind and coriander-mint sauce, and sometimes dahi (yogurt) or chick peas. Aloo tikki has a lot of variations now a days & you will see a different style in different places but classic Aloo tikki with dahi & Various Chuttneys is still the best.
Best Place to Try:- Bittoo Tikki Wala (BTW) Various Branches in Delhi
(5) Dahi Bhalla
Bhalla is a snack originating in the Indian subcontinent; in North India and Pakistan it is sold in chaat shops and kiosks all around Delhi. Green bean paste is added with spices, which is then deep fried to make croquets. They are then garnished with dahi (yogurt), Saunth chutney (dried ginger and tamarind sauce) and spices. Bhalla is usually served cold unlike the Aloo Tikki.
Best Place to Try:- Bittoo Tikki Wala (BTW) & Natraj Dahi Bhalle Wala
Delhi is sooo Famous for its Kebabs, You will get a huge variety of kebabs in Delhi — from Kakori Kebab to Galouti Kebab to Shami Kebab. All of these kebabs are full of flavors and spices that remind you of the Nawabs.
Best Place to Try:- Kebab points in local markets, Chawla’s at Tilak Nagar, Al Kakori at Vasant Place Market
Momos are certainly not Delhi’s Traditional Dish but these Dumplings filled with Different Stuffing have been the new Favorite Among Delhiites, & There are lot of Flavors & varieties to try. So, Give this Super Tasty Delight a Try, you are gonna love it for sure.
Best Place to Try:- Hunger Strikes (Amar Colony) & Dolma Aunty ( Lajpat Nagar) & Many More….
This is a very Light fastfood that is loved by almost everyone specially the Ladies and you will forget Mumbai’s pani-poori and Kolkata’s puchka. The other variations of golgappe simply can’t beat the flavor that Delhi has to offer.
Best Places to Try:- Local market in Chandni Chowk, Rajouri Garden, Lajpat Nagar Market, CR Park, UPS Bhawan
(1) CHOLE BHATURE
This is by the far the Best Street Food to eat in capital Delhi. The extra care and less soda put to make fluffy bhature make it the best street food in Delhi. This Heavenly dish is a must try in Delhi, make sure to give it a try at the places given below.
Best Places to Try:- Giani’s di Hatti in Chandni Chowk, Roshan’s at Karol Bagh, Sita Ram at Paharganj, Nand ke Chole Bhature in Sadar Bazaar, Baba Nagpal Corner in Lajpat Nagar and Chache di Hatti in DU