10 Best Street Food Eateries To Explore In Delhi In 2021

The capital city of Delhi is a foodies’ paradise offering everything delectable from street food to international cuisine. The best way to explore authentic North Indian cuisine is by exploring the local street food eateries across the city.

If you are travelling to Delhi from other states, book your stay at budget hotels in Delhi. Book Oyo hotels that are adhering to WHO guidelines to ensure safe accommodations for all their guests. You can also book food walk tours around Delhi and sample some mouthwatering street food. Check out these legendary street food eateries to explore in Delhi:

  1. Sitaram Diwan Chand, Paharganj

Located near the New Delhi Railway Station, this famed street food joint serves the best chole bhature in town. Enjoy a delicious breakfast of chole and fluffy bhatures served with a special chutney and pickled onions at Sitaram Diwan Chand in Paharganj. If you are transiting via Delhi, book budget hotels in Delhi in this area.

  1. Natraj Dahi Bhalle Wala, Chandni Chowk

You can’t miss out on the lip-smacking street food dish of dal vada in a curd, spices, and sweet and tangy chutney at this eatery. Savour on an explosion of flavours and textures with a plate of Dahi Bhalla from Natraj Dahi Bhalle Wala in Chandni Chowk. They only offer two things on their menu; melt-in-your-mouth Dahi Ballas and the crispy fried daal-filled tikkis. If you are looking for hotels in Delhi near the Chandni Chowk market, check out Oyo rooms.

  1. Khandani Pakode Wala, Sarojini Nagar

This legendary pakode wale offers a variety of pakodes, which is a favourite tea-time snack for Delhiites. Visit this famous street food joint to try some scrumptious pakodas on a rainy evening. Try out the delicious potato, cauliflower, onion pakoras, paneer, and eggplant pakodas. It is a great place to stop and enjoy some tea and pakodas while exploring the Sarojini Nagar market. Looking for the best deals at hotels in Delhi near Sarojini Nagar? Compare the rates and book your hotel online in Delhi.

  1. Prince Paan Chaat Corner, Greater Kailash M Block Market

This iconic street food joint is popular with the locals and tourists alike. Enjoy mouthwatering Gol Gappe, Padpi Chaat, Palak Papdi chat, Dahi Bhalle, Bhalla Papdi, and Aloo Tikki Chaat. This is the ultimate street food joint for chaat lovers. Explore the nightlife and upscale market in the Greater Kailash area in Delhi. This Greater Kailash area offers some of the best hotels in Delhi.

  1. Karim’s, Chandni Chowk

Karim’s is a legend and a much-loved street food joint for meat lovers. Savour Mughlai and non-vegetarian delicacies like Kebabs, Mutton Korma, and Mutton Burra. While shopping across the alleys of Chandni Chowk, stop by at Karim’s for a delicious and filling lunch.

  1. Bengali Sweet House, Connaught Place

Located at the heart of the city, Bengali Sweet House is a preferred street food joint, popular for its pocket-friendly dishes. Enjoy multi-cuisine food like Chinese, South Indian, and North Indian. Don’t forget to try out the drool-worthy Gol Gappe with sweet and tangy water. To satisfy any sweet tooth cravings, pack some delectable sweets from this authentic Bengali street food eatery. If you are staying at the best hotels in Delhi in the Connaught Place area, you can easily visit the bustling CP market.

  1. Nizam’s, Connaught Place

Explore scrumptious rolls at the legendary street food joint, Nizams. Savour their iconic Kathi Rolls which is essentially a chicken, egg, mutton, or veggie filling inside a paratha wrap. Enjoy Kathi Rolls with an assortment of chutneys and pickled onions. If you like mutton rolls or chicken rolls, this is the place to visit in Delhi. Hotels near Connaught Place come with all amenities that any traveller can ask for while visiting Delhi.

  1. Jung Bahadur, Chandni Chowk

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Located near the Chandni Chowk metro station, this place is famous for its crispy deep-fried kachoris with a spicy aloo sabzi and chutney. If you are visiting Chandni Chowk market for shopping, stop by at Jung Bahadur Street food joint, for a delicious snack. Chandni Chowk is one of the top sightseeing in Delhi that offers exquisite handicrafts, garments, and an authentic street food experience.

  1. Annapurna Sweets, CR Park

Strolling around the bustling lanes of the Bengali market in CR park? Take a break from the shopping and stop by for some scrumptious samosa chole served with spicy chutney, onions, and fresh coriander leaves. The crispy samosa served with spicy chole makes for a great evening snack with a cup of ginger tea. Don’t forget to get some authentic Bengali sweets for your friends and family. You can book your stay at budget hotels near CR Park while visiting Delhi.

  1. Roshan Di Kulfi, Karol Bagh

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Beat the summer heat in Delhi with delectable Kulfis at Roshan Di Kulfi in Karol Bagh. Enjoy these creamy popsicle-style Kulfis made with caramelized milk, dry fruits, and natural flavourings. Check out their seasonal flavours and enjoy some cooling kulfis at Karol Bagh. If you are visiting Karol Bagh which is a popular shopping destination in Delhi, make sure to stop by at Roshan Di Kulfi.

These are the best street food eateries to explore during your trip to Delhi this year.

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