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THE ULTIMATE OLD DELHI STREET FOOD GUIDE

THE ULTIMATE OLD DELHI STREET FOOD GUIDE

 

  • Natraj Dahi Bhalle Wala

With the old minimalistic touch with no fancy outlooks, the Natraj Dahi Bhalle Wala stands out to be one of the oldest snack corners in the old Delhi Market. With just two things up on the menu, the basics yet with a tincture of the perfect flavors of spices you cannot miss out on these aloo tikis and Dahi Bhalla. With a stand and dine infrastructure and a barely costing of less then 2$ or so(100-140 INR), it’s worth to try if you like these quick mild snacks.

 

  • J B Kachori Wala

Located in the famous Paranthe wali Gali , the JB (JUNG BAHADUR) Kachori Wala serves one of the best crispy Kachori you can have in the old Delhi region, with a twist of aloo ki sabzi in the kachori makes it even delicious to have the spicy kachori especially in the monsoon season with barely a 1$ and a half ( 50-70 INR) . It is a must-try if you are someone who loves spicy food.

 

  • Haji Mohd. Hussain Fried Chicken

Established around 40 years ago, Haji Fried chicken is one of the oldest and the most famous non-veg platter around the Old Delhi region. Situated right outside the Jama Masjid it is often called as Jama Masjid Fried Chicken (JMC). The chicken and fishes are dipped and marinated in different spices and chickpea platters. With crisp fries and a combination of Rumali roti and onions for an affordable price of  6-8 $ ( 400-600 INR) it is a must grab for all the non-veg lovers

 

  • Old Famous Jalebi Wala

Being in operation from the last 130 years with almost 4 family generations, The Old Famous Jalebi Wala.With only a few options on the menu( Jalebi, Rabri, Aloo Samosa, Matar Samosa and Lassi). Specialized in the jalebis, which are larger than the usual size of the jalebi with a sweet topping of Rabri. With being served to national and international personalities like the late prime minister of India  Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The prices are a little high but 5-6$ for such jalebis are worth the spend.

 

  • Kannaiylal Durga Pardhad Dixit Paranthe Wala

In the crowded and the busy streets of Paranthe wali Gali in old Dehli, the Kannaiylal Paranthe wale serves the most famous stuffed fried Paranthe in ghee with various dips like Imli and pumpkin which are lip-smacking. With a policy of ordering minimum two paranthas costing somewhere a dollar and half ( 60-80 INR), that might be an issue for some but other than that size, The parathas are really crispy on the outside with good filling on the inside. Definitely try this place to try some offbeat parathas from karela(bottle guard) paratha to Kishmish (raisin) paratha.

 

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For all those food junkies who are always out looking for a good food day , Old Delhi is like a mini heaven to have a perfect street experience. So the next time you are on a food hunt you know which places to go, 1)Pt.Kanhaiyalal & Durga Prasad Dixit Paranthe Wale 2) Natraj Dahi Bhalle Wala 3) Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala 4) Haji Mohd. Hussain Fried Chicken 5)Old Famous Jalebi Wala Picture Credits @tripanzo @whatsupdilli @__nishigandha.sharma Tag your foodie friends and mention your favourite food joints from dehli in the comments below A detailed article on the same is in the bio .Do check #food #foodporn #foodgasm #foodgasmic #instafood #instafoodgram #instafoodporn #indianfood #indianfoodbloggers #foodphotography #foodie #foods #streetfood #delhi #delhistreetfood #dehlifoodblogger #foodblogger #foodblogging #foodinfluencer #citystuff #citylife #hungry #foodaholic

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