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10 Must Try Street Food in Chandni-Chowk

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Walking across the narrow roads of Chandni Chowk, you’ll smell the aroma of the cooking heritage that has been brewed and perfected over centuries. The relationship with food in the area began with the approaching of the Mughals and still charms the foodies from across the globe.

 

Here are ten street food joints in Chandni Chowk that you just must try if you haven’t already.

 

 

Babu Ram Devi Dayal Paranthe Wale

1.Babu Ram Devi Dayal Paranthe Wale

    Chandni Chowk

Must try: Kela Paratha

Serving parathas for the last 125 years, this shop is ideal for those looking for a hearty meal without burning a hole in the pocket. they provide over a hundred kinds of parathas.

 

 

Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala

2. Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala

     Chandni Chowk

Must try: dal Kachori, Pyaaz Kachori

Started way back in 1971, Jug Bahadur Kachori Wala is praised for his or her lip-smacking selection of kachoris.

 

 

Hazari Lal Khurchan Wale

3. Hazari Lal Khurchan Wale

     Chandni Chowk

Must try: Khurchan Mava

The delicious taste of the creamy desserts made of the reduction of stewed and sugared milk attracts a large crowd. the popularity of this place lures in a lot of celebrities also.

 

 

Kake Di Hatti

4. Kake Di Hatti

     Chandni Chowk

Must try: Kake Naan, dal Makhani

Kake Di Hatti has a name for serving high-quality simple food. They serve large naans to a large number of customers who flock every day to try their delicacies.

 

 

Khan omelette Corner

5. Khan omelette Corner

     Chandni Chowk

Must try: Cheese omelette

Khan omelette Corner is a paradise for egg lovers. there is an egg dish for each kind of a foodie-from the cheese lover to the health-conscious one. you’ll be surprised to see the varieties of dishes that they will make with mere eggs.

 

 

Lotan Chole Wala

6. Lotan Chole Wala

     Chandni Chowk

Must try: Chole Bhature

Lotan Chole Wala has been serving hot and crispy bhature since 1977 and it’s one of the oldest Chola Bhatura outlets in Delhi. The staple breakfast dish of Delhi is seen enjoyed by a buzzing crowd outside the shop.

 

 

Old famous Jalebi Wala

7. Old famous Jalebi Wala

     Chandni Chowk

Must try: Jalebi

This jalebi shop has been running since 1884 and is known for its jalebis that are cooked in desi ghee and then dipped in Khandsari syrup that is made from the raw and unprocessed sugar.

 

 

Natraj Dahi Bhalla

8. Natraj Dahi Bhalla

     Chandni Chowk

Must try: Aaloo Tikki

Established in 1940, Natraj has been selling only 2 items- Aloo Tikki and Dahi Bhalle. Their delicacies are therefore famous and renowned that folks keep coming to the shop again and again.

 

 

Padam Chaat Corner

9. Padam Chaat Corner

     Chandni Chowk

Must try: Aloo Tikki, Papdi Chaat

Nestled carefully in a corner on barf Wali Gali, the stall is operated by Panditji who sits with his containers of masalas and different ingredients. His chaat can help you slake your savoury cravings.

 

 

Giani's Di Hatti

10. Giani’s Di Hatti

       Chandni Chowk

Must try: Rabri Falooda

Highly renowned for his or her creamy Rabri Falooda, Giani is the household name for Delhi’s favourite frozen dessert store. Established over fifty years back, the shop has added new flavours through the years, and now, has become a multi-store ice cream chain.

 

 

 

So, next time you plan a visit to Delhi do not forget to feature these delicacies to your bucket list.

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Do read my Blog on Hyderabadi Street food

Author- Wandering_Pilgrim

 

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Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny space you occupy in the world. My name is Aamir Khan. I'm a social guy from India with a big smile and 4 passions: People, Travel, Food and Social Media. August 2018 I decided to combine my passions and started a unique social travel project around India.

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