Chache Di Hatti, Kamla Nagar
Chache di Hatti is one of the oldest eateries in the centre of Delhi University’s north campus, with ratings that even put five-star restaurants to shame. They are renowned on Delhi University’s North Campus for serving the best chole bhature. You’re going to drool over the stuffed bhaturas with the perfectly spicy chole and unique pickled salad. However, there is a significant wait to be served, often up to an hour, before receiving one’s own slice of heaven.
Moolchand Parathewala, under Moolchand flyover
In Delhi, there are renowned stores as well as a road where Paranthe is sold. All Delhiites who adore their parathas have gone here in the late hours despite their being no obvious indicator of this location other than a massive crowd of individuals. One of the greatest parathas ever is served at this Delhi street food joint.
Laxman Dhaba, Qutab Industrial Area
Because of its proximity to the college campus, the Laxman Dhaba is also known as the IIFT Dhaba and is particularly popular in the winter months by non-vegetarian lovers. The most well-liked menu items at this Delhi street food establishment are kadhai chicken and keema parathas. In addition to this, college students who prefer a more flavorful ride for their taste buds than malls frequent the dhaba, which consistently meets their expectations.
United Coffee House – Connaught Place
This location is one of the oldest on the list, having opened its doors in 1942. You’ll be drawn in by its old-world elegance, and the coffee mixes will delight your senses. Try the South Indian Filter Coffee or the Cona Coffee with Cream.
Saleem’s Kebab, Defence Colony
Saleem’s is a blessing in disguise because it is a favourite spot for mughlai chicken fans whose loyalties also leans toward street food. If the reviews are to be trusted, the chicken tikkas and the mutton seekh kebab are simply divine. Those who truly like Mughlai food will also like the Afghani chicken. However, if you’re a first-time visitor, this street food restaurant in Delhi is likely to impress and have you going back for more.
Karim’s, Chandni Chowk
This legend should not be ignored at any and all costs. Mughlai cuisine, which is not vegetarian, is popular at Karim’s. The kebabs, mutton korma, mutton burra, and brain curry are the most well-liked dishes here. Karim’s is the one location in Chandni Chowk that you simply must visit for its enduringly authentic flavours that only get better with time.
Al Jawahar, Chandni Chowk
A few outlets away from Karim’s, the Al Jawahar aggressively competes and frequently succeeds. Customers seem to agree that Karim’s fan base is gradually migrating to Al Jawahar. It is a wonderland for fans of chicken and mutton and is quite inexpensively priced. Some of the star dishes include the chicken changezi, chicken biryani, and kaleji gurda. whereas the khameeri roti is regarded as a special combination of soft interiors and crisp exteriors.
Natraj Dahi Bhalle Wala, Chandni Chowk
Natraj will never let you down if you envision a flurry of flavours and textures served with some exceptionally well-seasoned chaat. The shop’s only two offerings are the unbelievably soft, melt-in-your-mouth dahi bhallas and the crispy, fried, daal-filled tikkis, both of which are consumed by an almost endless number of people throughout the day, every day, in the vicinity of the Chandni Chowk metro station. Try it at least once in your life; it’s a nirvana for chaat fans in the city.
Odeon/Shukla Pan Shop, Connaught Place
It was given that name since it was so close to Connaught Place’s opulent Odeon theatre. Chuski pans are is their well-known specialty; if you’re scared that the syrup will stain your hands, don’t be. The paan is crammed full of syrupy ice into your mouth to give you the most flavorful brain freeze.
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