Street Food: Check Out Some Great Places To Savour Delhi's Street Food


Street food in Delhi needs no introduction. From ram ladoo to momos, every delicacy has its unique flavour and are of course, loved by Delhiites. Read more:

Written By Vageesha Taluja | Mumbai | Updated On:
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National capital, Delhi is not only famous for the colossal historical monuments but also for its delicious street food. From narrow lanes of Delhi-6 to the high rises in Connaught Place, every corner has something in store for people. Delhiites have a passionate affair with their tasteful delicacies. Check out some of the best places to eat street food while you are in Delhi-  

1. Dolma Aunty in North Delhi

North Campus is filled with energetic and sprightful Delhi University students. Though Hudson Lane has numerous interesting hangout places, students love to have their meal served at Dolma aunty. As her stall sets up at 2 pm, the crowd comes rushing to have flavoursome momos with creamy mayonnaise and red hot spicy sauce. A plate of veg momos cost about ₹ 50 and non-veg momos cost ₹ 60. 

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2. Chole Bhature at Roshan Di Kulfi in Karol Bagh

Karol Bagh is known for being a hub for IAS aspirants. Roshan Di Kulfi, a famous falooda-kulfi wala, in the Karol Bagh market stands. This place also stands apart for its scrumptious chole bhature. With the blend of perfect spices, chole goes well with raw onion and a big glass of lassi, along with soft bhature. You may not regret getting belly fat after having this wholesome meal at ₹ 110 per plate.

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3. Rajma Chawal at Jain Chawal Wale in Connaught Place

Rajma Chawal is probably the first love of every Punjabi person out there. This place famous among the vegetarian lovers. Apart from chole bhature, kadhi chawal and assorted pakodas they also serve authentic rajma chawal. A plate of rajma chawal is more than enough for two people, as it includes crispy papad, onion and raita to play with your taste buds. This pocket-friendly meal costs about ₹ 70.

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4. Raj Kachori at Haldiram’s

In north India, Haldiram’s does not need any introduction. Known for its brilliant taste and vegetarian menu spread, this place is hygienic as well. Their raj kachori is a blend of sweet-tangy flavours loaded with nuts. As much as wondrous it looks, this street food tastes brilliant with sweet curd and sev or sprinkles on top.

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