Delhi has a very strong connection with its street food. We Delhiites usually crave for that chatpata taste we find in the food served on road-side stalls. Today India Eat Mania is here with a list of 14 eateries located in lanes of Chandni Chowk where you can head to for tangy street food in Delhi.
If you are not a Delhiite, these 14 eateries are enough to get you an unforgettable delicious taste of Delhi. Let’s start with the list
1. Mixed Vegetable Paratha @ Pt. Gaya Prasad Shiv Charan Paranthe Wale
Though North Indians can have parathas in breakfast, lunch or dinner, we never miss out trying different varieties of Parathas available. One of such is Mixed vegetable parathas at Pt. Gaya Prasad Shiv Charan Paranthe Wale. The goodness of fresh vegetables finely mixed with different flavors makes it delicious. We love their Gobi Paratha, Mixed Vegetable Paratha, and Aloo Paratha the most! Parathas accompanied by achaar and chutney and a glass of Lassi makes a perfect meal for the day. One of the best places for having Street food in Delhi.
Where | Gaya Prasad Shiv Charan Paranthe Wale – 34, Gali Paranthe Wali
Price | Rs 60 Onwards
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2. Dahi Bhalle @ Natraj Dahi Bhalla Corner
‘Delhi aye ho to bina Dahi Bhalle kaise ja sakte ho’. It is one of the best snack one can have. Soft bhallas with smooth curd and tangy chutneys make this most flavorsome bowl of food. Street food is incomplete without Dahi bhallas. Natraj Dahi Bhalla Corner has only two items in their menu 1. Dahi Bhalla 2. Aloo Tikki but trust us, this is unmissable from the list.
Where | Natraj Dahi Bhalla Corner – 1396, Chandni Chowk Road, Next to Central Bank of India
Price | Rs 50
3. Khurchan @ Hazari Lal Jain Khurchan Wale
What? You don’t know what Khurchan is? It is basically a leftover of sweetened milk. This sweet delight, Khurchan, is made up of the reduction of boiled sweetened milk. If you are a huge desi sweet lover, you cannot miss this gooey dessert.
Where | Hazari Lal Jain Khurchan Wale – 2225, Khurchan Wala, Kinari Bazaar
Price | Rs 60
4. Khoya Gacchak @ Meerut Ki Rewari Wale
Your street food trip is incomplete without trying this special Khoya Gacchak sold at Meerut ki Rewari wale. The crispy outer layer and luscious inside layer makes us want more and more.
Where | Meerut Ki Rewari Wale – 2684, Kinari Bazar
Price | Rs 150 (Per Kg)
5. Golgappe Chaat @ Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar
Every street-food list is incomplete without golgappe. A place called Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar usually witnesses crowd at its stall for delicious Golgappe. Try it once and please do not lick your place or finger in public (Wink!). One of the best experiences of having Street food in Delhi.
Where | Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar – Shop 1462, Near Sheesh Ganj Sahib Gurudwara
Price | Rs 50
6. Matra Kulcha @ Ayush Bhaiya’s Stall
Spiciest matra kulcha is served at Ayush Bhaiya’s stall. This place is usually crowded and a long queue is seen waiting for their food. Located right beside the famed Paranthe Wali Gali is Ayush Bhaiya’s stall is quite popular among spicy food lovers.
Where | Ayush Bhaiya’s Stall – Next To Paranthe Wali Gali
Price | Rs 40
7. Chole Bhature Opposite Natraj Dahi Bhalla Corner
Oh! Common’ you cannot miss Chhole when you are in Delhi. There are many outlets in Delhi serving mouth-watering Chhole. Well, this is the stall which is one of the best among other best places serving delicious Chhole. Piping hot Bhature, soft and crispy with spicy Chhole is something you’ll never want to miss.
Where | Opposite Natraj Dahi Bhalla Corner
Price | Rs 50
8. Rabri @ Rabri Bhandar
Delicious creamy Rabari full of dry fruits is the best way to end your street-food trip. This Rabri is an awesome delight for the day. Try it once, we are sure you’ll pack one for your way too.
Where | Rabri Bhandar – 42-B, Gali Paranthe Wali, Opposite Central Bank
Price | Rs 50
9. Kachori Aloo @ Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala
Not just Kota, Delhi is also famous for serving world-class Kachoris. The only difference is Delhiites love eating Kachoris with Aloo ki sabzi. Once you’ll taste these delights at Jung Bahadur Kachori wala, you’ll end up overeating for sure. It is such a lip-smacking!
Where | Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala – 1104, Maliwara, Jogiwara
Price | Rs 40 Onwards
10. Rabri Jalebi @ Old Famous Jalebi Wala
People with sweet-tooth are already drooling over this name Rabri Jalebi. This place has mastered the art of serving delicious Jalebi for almost 100 years now. Perfect and consistent in taste, this place is famous and witness people from all over the city. It is the sweetest Street food in Delhi!
Where | Old Famous Jalebi Wala – 1797, Dariba Corner
Price | Rs 75
11. Nimbu Masala Soda @ Pandit Ved Prakash Lemon Wale
After all such heavy food, all your stomach need is Lemonade to digest it up. Not so exported coke, try this desi style Nimbu Masala Soda for awesome Indian style fizzy drink. Not just digestion, it’ll recharge you up for rest of your day.
Where | Pandit Ved Prakash Lemon Wale – Opposite Town Hall
Price | Rs 10 Onwards
12. Chole Chawal @ Gole Hatti
Flavorsome spicy Chole with rice and palak gravy makes this yummiest meal of the day. No foodie of Delhi would have missed this place. Try your hands on this yummy dish and thank us later.
Where | Gole Hatti – 2-4, Church Mission Road, Fatehpuri
Price | Rs 70
13. Nankhatai Found On The Streets Of Old Delhi
How can you miss this sweet Nankhatai? These Nankhatais are made with desi ghee and are soft and a little powdery. Basically, these are desi biscuits. We all have our childhood memories with Nankhatais, don’t we?
Price | Rs 70 (Per Kg)
14. Kiwis And Strawberries Found On The Streets Of Old Delhi
Fruits deserve a special place in our hearts. Chandni chowk lanes have many stalls selling fresh kiwis and strawberries. At times when you are feeling like eating something light, you can always go for these lovelies. They are available at very low prices and almost everywhere.
Though you are a localite or new to Delhi, it will be impossible to stop you once you read this article. Plan a trip for the weekend and head to your favorite food joint for the delicious street-food experience. Let us know in the comments if you discovered some amazing gem on this journey.