Street Food at Chandni Chowk

Delhi, the heart and the spark of our national capital. And when it comes to the people who just are deeply and madly in love with street food especially chaat are always welcomed at Delhi-6, the pristine old Delhi. There are plethora of options available for everyone who wants to give their hand and mouth a chance at Delhi’s street food. Delhi has been catering to the needs of Delhi people, or from any part of the country but to the needs of people visiting India from across the globe.

From Paranthe Wali Gali to Sitaram Bazaar to what not. Chandni Chowk is spread across a wide area and not only caters and serves your taste buds but has the best local market to shop and satiate your inner-self that has been itching while seeing some exquisite stuff, isn’t it right?

The closest joint to the Chandni Chowk metro station is Natraj Dahi Bhalle, and boy you need to be in a queue for 9 times out of every 10 you crave for their Dahi Bhalle. You won’t get a wide variety to choose from, but once you have had either their Dahi Bhallas or Aalo Tikkis, I can assure you that you will crave for another plate and will be ready to stand in the queue for another half an hour or so.

Cost for two: INR 100

post credits@Food Chow

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