The chronicled capital, Delhi, is a heaven for foodies. If you ask a Delhiite about their favorite food, the list will be way too long to answer. They will never fail to recommend to you the rich history and divine street foods. Delhi is a mixed bundle of several races and cultures that enhance the change of the cooking range in the city, and these ranges provide us with a food paradise. And it is not a lie the taste which you will experience in Delhi street food is incomparable to others. Maybe this is also why Delhi people who shift to some other state always miss Delhi food.
Here we are listing some tasty and flavourful street food you can enjoy when moving or visiting Delhi:-
Golgappe is also known as the King of Chaat. If you are visiting Delhi, then this street food be on your Delhi Checklist! After tasting them, you will fail to remember Kolkata’s puchka or Mumbai’s Pani-poori. Delhiites’ tongues are plague with this delicious chaat. And if the spicy water is too much for you, then you can ask for a piece of papdi with saunth and dahi.
Chole Bhature is a lifesaver to those who are hungry and tight on budget. This street is not just affordable but also will fill your tummy with a mouth-watering taste. And when we say chole bhature, only Delhi can serve you with the best and exceptional level of Chole Bhature. The additional caution and little soda are placed to make soft bhature more rich and flavorful. It’s the famous street food in South Delhi for all food lovers to enjoy. You can have this cuisine within eighty to one fifty rupees, depending on where you choose to eat.
Every Roll walla in Delhi has its unique ingredient and recipe to prepare them. This distinctness makes the rolls a yummy nutrient all the more luscious. It is the perfect snack to nibble while hurrying to your office or college, and there are several food trucks in every corner of Delhi, making its availability effortless. These rolls are best compatible with some chilly sauces to enjoy. The best places to experience these ambrosial rolls are local joints in Kamla Nagar Market.
Kulfi is a cold desert which is excellent Delhi street food to please your sweet tooth. If you are a fellow with a sweet tooth, then you will surely love this delicious edible. To enjoy your Kulfi more, dip it in the dense blend of rabri to increase its yumminess to another level. You can try this in just thirty to sixty rupees per person.
If you want to enjoy the goodness of crispy Potatoes in Chaat, then Aloo Chaat is your go. It doesn’t matter if you are not much of a fan of potatoes; this street food will make you crazy for it. Aloo chats popular street food and can be easily seen in the streets of Delhi. Preference-wise, you can add cutted fruits to the aloo chaat to turn them into a complete meal. It cost forty-five to eighty rupees per plate.
Although this edible comes from Kanpur streets, Delhiites are now obsessed with this street food. These fried balls, which are made from pulses, are to die for. The brittleness of flavourful and radish chutney with these fried ladoos makes your snack time the best time! The Ram Ladoo tastes best when eating with Bhuni Mirch. It cost only forty rupees per plate.
Momo is a dish that relishes from the Himalayas. This super spicy and mouthwatering street food in Delhi is the heart of Delhiites. And because of that, they can be seen in every corner of Delhi. Not only this, they are so much popular in Delhi that nowadays momos has its range of menus to try. From steam momos to fried, tandoori, and chocolate momos, the range itself is so vast and insane that one needs a whole article to dedicate to this particular street food.