Are you guys tired of your regular routine? All those tasks that you hate the most and still have to do unwillingly? When you wake up but you’re still in the bed, lost deep in your illusions that it’s another day with the same boring routine – getting reprimanded for average performance at the office, studies and life. You know you are running that race of life, where your work always races ahead of your desires, where you can’t waste even a single second.. Then I’ll suggest you to just “forget your race” infact “leave it”. No, No, No I’m not saying leave it forever, but just for a while. You know that you are stressed and to get over this, you actually need a break. But the trick is in finding an efficient way to do it.
Getting on a tour or a party? No way! You really don’t need to spend shit loads of money and time, as these both need to be spent judiciously. The best way to relax your mind and regain the magic of willingness (creativity + happiness) is always near you – FOOD!
Our old streets having the flavorful essence of taste are a blessing for the foodies in town! I’m not going to talk much, here you go with the best 13 old Delhi streets holding that magical taste.
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“Vaishno Chaat Bhandar” in Kamla Nagar, New Delhi is best known for the”flavours and textures” of their dahi bhalla. It’ll put your mind in trouble when you’ll taste it once, you’ll experience various chaat flavours because of the unforgettable contrast of spices and little sweetness. This place is always crowded due to it’s unique tastes. You’ll find everyone enjoying here. I can even bet that whenever you’ll pass through this street again you’ll surely remember that taste and want to experience the same once again.
Paranthe are so popular in Delhi that even a street – “Paranthe Wali Gali” is named after it, with paranthas of various flavours. I know when we think of Punjabi cuisine, the thing that comes in our mind is always paranthe. This street will give you to a lot more than a punjabi taste. Paranthe Wali Gali in Rajouri Garden, Delhi is always noted for it’s paranthe shops coming one after another. Don’t miss it, when you come across!
“Bitto Tikki Wala” in Delhi NCR is popularly known as BTW and serves Indian multi cuisine. For me it’s always my favourite papdi chaat spot. I’m a huge fan of Indian street food too, but, what satisfies my papdi chaat craving is BTW. Amazing snack assorted with crunchy base of puri, topped up with lip smacking chutney and dahi. This plate full of chaat will leave you satiated.
“Chache Di Hatti” is the best spot for a foodie and hence is filled with masses of Delhi University students. I think when it’s about taste, none of us likes to compromise! If you ask me – “where to find the best Chhole Bhature in Delhi?”, I’ll only say “Chache Di Hatti”. Their fluffy stuffed bhature and spicy chhole will strike your mind first. I have been eating it since forever and I really can’t get over it. So just try it once for unending flavours of Indian spices.
Karol Bagh market is on every Delhiite’s mind because of “Roshan Di Kulfi”. They serve kesar pista kulfi topped up with plain falooda, for more than five decades. They’ve been grabbing popularity due to the fine creamy Indian traditional taste.
These fried triangles filled with spicy aloo stuffing inside and crispy crunchy layer outside, are a perfect snack for your tea time. With certain variations in it’s standard recipe, you will fall in love with these innovations across the capital.
Have you heard of ladoos that aren’t sweet in taste? Don’t worry, we got your back. Ram ladoo is an evergreen street food available across Delhi. They are besan and pulse paste fried balls having mint chutney and like sliced veggies all over it. “Prince Chaat Corner” in Greater Kailash market, South Delhi is a just right pocket friendly joint to experience the desi taste.
Moving around Kolhapur Road in Kamla Nagar, there’s always a mouth watering aroma of “Vaishno Chaat Bhandar”. If you’re truly a golgappa fan then you must try these small crunchy puri, filled with aloo and ” chatpata pani” that literally satisfies your taste buds.
Once when you take a look at capital wide open “King’s Kulfis” menu, you’ll find yourself confused. You’ll be unable to pick one out of the flavours they serve including butter scotch, lychee, anjeer, paan and many more. If you like all of these, then close your eyes and randomly choose one. Trust me you’ll never regret.
Craving for the best fast food? Enjoy it at “Bengali Sweet Corner” and treat yourself with the freshly prepared stuffed aloo tikki, having dahi and madness of spices over it. If you’re in main market, South Extension 1, don’t waste much time just make a visit.
Raj Kachori is one of those favourite appetizers of a delhiite. If you’re passionate for king of all kachoris, then all you have to do is make a small visit to “New Raj Kachori Bhandar” in Tilak Nagar to boost up and satisfy your chatora mood.
“Khandani Pakode Wala” the king of Pakode, who start the day at 10 am and end at 9 pm. All that remains the same throughout the day is the fantastic taste and the crowd. For this perfect snack, you must treat yourself with Pakode in Sarojini Nagar, Ring Road Market, famous for their lip smacking snacks.
All I want to say is that having snacks is a way to perfectly refresh your mood. If you love food at any place, then don’t forget to appreciate it because they make their tireless efforts to make you feel upbeat!
Try these eating spots out and let us know your favorite food joint in the comment section below!