Indians especially Delhiites love street food, which is quite popular in Delhi. Streetfoods refer to as Chaats, Momos, Aloo-chaat and a whole lot range of finger-licking stuff. All those who really want to enjoy Delhi’s street food shall go to Old Delhi around Chandni Chowk. It's really worth trying some just to taste the different flavors and spices of India.
The entire Chandni Chowk area also known as ‘food capital of India’ and is famous for the food and a frequent destination among foodies. The streets always remain fragrant with the rich aroma of food. The variety of snacks presents a great range of flavors, with ‘Chaat’ being most popular of all. If you wish to enjoy it, forget about your everything and indulge into a delicious journey taking you to the tastiest of destinations. The usually resembles an everyday fair. The streets are lined with Halwais, namkeenwallahs and paranthewallahs.
Here’s where to get hygenic and delicious Delhi street food.
Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar: If the sign of a good place to eat is its popularity with the locals, then this shop has to be one of the best places for chaat in Old Delhi. Its decor is average but it serves up an incredible variety of delicious snacks. Adventurous eaters must try it.
Address: 1462, Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi. Ph: 23280579
Opening Hours: Midday until 10 p.m.
Speciality: Papri chaat with lots of yoghurt and tamarind chutney.
Giani di Hatti: It has now become an ice-cream parlor specializing in exotic and unique flavors like Litchi and Bubblegum. Apart from standard ice creams, they also serve milkshakes, fruit shakes, ice-cream shakes and sundaes.
Location: near Fatehpuri Mosque, Delhi – 110006
Siya Ram Nannumal Kulfiwale: What you get here is kulfi as kulfi should be yummy, scrumptious and soul-satisfying. You can order from a range of flavors like Kesar, Pista, Rose, Kewra, Banana, Mango, or Pomegranate.
Address: 629, Gali Lodan, Ajmeri Gate; 7am to 4pm