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5 places to eat from, while in Delhi


Dig into some lip-smacking North Indian delicacies, while at the heart of what can easily be regarded as the capital of tasty food. Delhi offers some of the best eating experiences to its visitors. Very well known for its desi chaat and North Indian cuisine in particular, Delhi truly is a paradise for food lovers. Not only can you find the best of food that you have ever tasted, but you can also find them at extremely pocket friendly rates.

Paranthewaligali

Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi

Undoubtedly the best location to begin with. No points for guessing this street’s star dish i.e. Parantha. You can find all types of paranthas that is ever possible to make, at this place. It also stands out because, all paranthas they serve here are vegetarian, and do not include onion and garlic. This is a food street, with a series of shops, all selling the same item, but none tasting the same. Choose to eat from any of these shops, you are guaranteed a gastronomic encounter.  Experience the Indian bread like never before and before I forget to mention, at pocket friendly rates.

Khandani Pakodewala + Kulcha King

Sarojni Nagar, Ring Road market

A quintessential complement to Delhi’s chilling weather in the winters, are some hot and crispy pakodas. You can get around 10 different pakodas here, at any point of the day. The hot favourite being their bread pakodas and paneer pakodas. You may not want to miss that. The description of this outlet would be incomplete without mentioning their chutneys. Hog onto these chutley dipped pakodas already.

Standing right opposite to the Khandani pakoda shop is Kulcha King. If you plan to visit one, you will end up visiting the other as well. Just hire a motorcycle on rent in Delhifrom a reliable bike rental service like, Wheelstreet and cover these 2 taste centres at a time.

While at Kulcha king, savor some of the yummiest kulchas ever. Trust these guys when it comes to making the best version of this dish.

Dillihaat

INA market, South Delhi

The uniqueness of this place lies in the fact that it has cuisines from all over the country under one roof. Right from the sea food of Kolkata, to the sweets of Rajasthan, you can find almost all cuisines at this one place. Priced slightly higher than the other mentioned places on this list. But so are the options to choose from, you name it and you can find it on their menu. Hands down one of the best place to treat your taste buds.

Dolma Aunty kemomos

Lajpat Nagar

Delhites and Momos is no new affair. The most loved momo joint in the city, this place is always jam packed with momo lovers.  A treat to your tongue as well as your stomach, starting from just 20Rs, this place is totally worth its money. That red, spicy, toothsome chutney served on the side, is definitely not to be missed.

Al bake

New friends colony market

A list of food joints in Delhi, not mentioning shawarma, does no justice to the city. Al bake is a small yet one of the favourite shops for food lovers. This is a cosy space with a few tables and chairs, to cater to its customers.  You could actually add this as your food pick up stop, while you tour the city on two wheels. Pick up a two-wheeler on rent in Delhi, then add a pit stop at Al bake, pick up that tasty roll and ride on!