Delhi, the capital city of Indian is a boiling pot of various cultures. You get to taste a little bit of India every time you try out different street foods in Delhi. So, food lovers here is the list that covers 10 Delicious street foods of Delhi
Chole Bhature- The puffed puris and the spicy chole can make one go aww with its taste. It used to a Punjabi dish but a very famous street food of Delhi. Head to Kwality Restaurant in Connaught Place or Bikernerwala in Rajouri Garden, if you want to try some.
- Gol Gappe- You must have eaten a lot of pani-puris and Gol Gappes but you will find various stalls of this item each with a different flavor. Eat at Tequila Golgappe if you want a twist in your pani-puri. Chandani chowki also serves up some great Gol gapes.
- Rolls- Yes, Rolls, this is one street food of Delhi that is easy to carry around and eat. The vegetable or meat mix is placed on top of the chapatti which is then rolled and packed. Ask for extra cheese in your rolls as it makes the taste more awesome.
- Kachori and Samosa- Every sweet shop in Delhi will have samosa and kachori. You will find many options for samosa’s and Kachories due to their different fillings. Ask for special Khatti-meethi chutney while ordering samosa or kachori which is incomplete with out it.
- Kulfi- Yum! Those will a sweet tooth should try out some kulfi dipped in rabri. The cool kulfi and the warm rabri will play your taste buds. Try out the kulfi and rabri from Siya Ram nanumal at Ajmeri gate as they serve up the best with the perfect taste.
- Aloo Chaat- This is one very famous street food of Delhi which is a favorite among all age groups. The aloos are spiced up and diced onions along with some sev are added to the chat to add texture to the dish.
- Pav Bhaji- Delhi is filled with stalls of Pav Bhaji. Be it breakfast, lunch or dinner, Pav bhaji is a complete meal and cools down the hunger pangs. Ask for buttered pav in your pav bhaji to make it tastier and no extra cost.
- Momos- This is one cheap street food in Delhi that almost everyone is familiar with. It serves up as a quick bite between tight work schedules and high-stress exam nights. These little warm dumplings are a relish both fried and steamed.
- Parathas- Who doesn’t love hot parathas? Be it egg paratha or aloo paratha, you will find a stall nearby every bus stand serving some. Ask for the special mint chutney when trying out this hot street food in Delhi.
- Idli and Dosa- Yes, Delhi is not complete without its south Indian tadka. Hot Idli’s and Dosas make up the breakfast treat list. Try out the various versions of idlis and dosas at Chennai point in Kamala Nagar or Saravana Bhavan in Canought place.