Ultimate Street Food Options In Delhi For Foodlovers!!
There are a lot of Options to choose from when it comes to street food in Delhi. T.G.E presents you list of top places to indulge in best street food places in Delhi that will keep you sorted. Delhiwallas love to eat spicy and therefore you’ll find food stalls in every street of the city. To help you out T.G.E is giving you a list of most famous joints which offer delicious and mouth-watering street food.
Kashi Ram Spl Kulche, Naraina Vihar
Chole kulche is one of the most popular street food of North India. This small takeaway stall in Naraina that serves varieties of different Kulchas with prices being nominal, this place serves yummy hot chole Kulche I have ever had that why this place is also considered one of the best street food place in Delhi. A great place to enjoy with friends and grab some amazing Chole Kulchas and refreshing beverages. Definitely, a must visit place when hungry! It’s a small shop and one usually has to wait in a queue to get this meal. They offer different variations with all the permutations of butter, chatni, and paneer. You have an option of garlic chutney kulche if you want spicy. Overhyped place in Naraina for Chole kulcha, garlic paste on kulchas was too strong making it unbearable for me to eat. The food is totally affordable. I would recommend everyone to try them once.
Have a try it’s worth trying!
- Their TRP is a special chutney of garlic and spices that they put on kulche.
E-195, Naraina Vihar, Naraina, New Delhi
10am – 4pm
Chache Di Hatti, Kamla Nagar
Chache di Hatti is one of the oldest and most famous joints for chole bhature in Delhi. It’s in the north campus of Delhi University. They are known for serving best chole bhature in Delhi. This place always crowded with students from the university as the food here is cheap and delicious. But one has to wait for a while here to be served, to get their own slice of heaven.
9: 30 am – 4 pm
Another best places to try in Delhi– Sita Ram at Paharganj, Nand Ke Chole Bhature in Sadar Bazaar, Giani’s di Hatti in Chandni Chowk.
Atul Chaat Corner, Rajouri Garden
If you are in Rajouri Garden market then this chaat vaala is a MUST. It’s been more than a decade now I am living near Rajouri garden and whenever I crave for Pav bhaji, this is the place I want to be. This place is always overcrowded, but it is worth a wait as they will never disappoint with their food. Not only their Pav bhaji but I am also a big fan of their gol gappas. This is one of the oldest and popular street food outlet situated in the heart of Rajouri market.
This place mainly offers aloo tikki, aloo chaat, raj kachori, Bhalla-papri, gol gappas, and faluda kulfi.
Try it once and you will fell in love with their food
Natraj Dahi Bhalla Corner
You can never miss this place whenever in Chandni Chowk. It is situated just opposite to parathe Wali Gali, this place is crowded most of the times. The delicious dahi bhalle they serve, which have perfect spices, soft bhalle and ultra creamy dahi make them what they are. Ultimate place only two options dahi bhalle and tikki and both are awesome for Tikki you have to wait for 5 to 10 minutes. Must try the place. It’s quite old and very popular place at old Delhi. The taste is amazing and mouthwatering.
Another best place to try in Delhi– Atul Chaat Bhandar in Rajouri Market, Shyam Ji Corner at Old Delhi Road and Dahi Bhalla Corner at Karol Bagh.
Khandani Pakode Wala, Sarojini Nagar
It’s a small shop near Sarojini Nagar famous for its hot n crisp pakoras, I don’t really think there does exist another place in Delhi to offer such great variety and extremely delicious Pakoda’s. A perfect spot to spend your chilly winter evenings, sipping tea and these Pakodas. They have very unique and tasty chutney which makes pakodas very tasty and they have a wide variety of pakodas. Till now the best pakoda’s I have tasted is from their shop. You just name the vegetable and they have pakoda of that . It is one of the best .
You Must try this street food in Delhi and I bet you will forget Mumbai’s pani-poori and Kolkata’s puchka. A little crisp, fried flour balls, filled with a mixture of flavoured water, tamarind chutney, chili, chaat masala, potato, onion. It’s the ultimate refreshing spice bomb that burst in your mouth. I must say the other variations of golgappe simply can’t beat the flavor that Delhi offers.
Best places to try in Delhi– Atul Chaat Bhandar in Rajouri Market, Local market in Chandni Chowk, Lajpat Nagar Market, UPS Bhawan, CR Park, Bittoo Tikki Wala.