A small casual eating joint offering a wide range of delicacies from North Indian, South Indian and Chinese palate, it is perfect to go out on a hunger buster with friends and family. Recommended – Onion Uttapam, Punjabi Dosa, Dal Makhani, Cheese Dosa and Momos.
Address: C-82, Bhagat Singh Marg, Jhilmil Colon, Vivek Vihar, New Delhi – (Get Directions)
The Toddy Shop menu features dishes from central Kerala, that’s why you’ll find Kottu Porotta more than idli and dosa here on most tables. There is an extensive use of spices, coconut, tamarind, and curd and as accompaniments you are given pickles and pappadams. The Fish Tamarind at Toddy Shop is exquisitely made with the right amount of tartness.
|Address||: 122, Ground Floor, Shahpur Jat, New Delh|
It might come as a surprise finding Idli Sambhar in the list of street food, but Delhi is all about surprises, isn’t it? It is a light snack, one can easily enjoy in between their shopping spree, or when out on the Delhi lanes, exploring.
Address : Chennai Point, Kamla Nagar
Category : Bakery
Nan Khatai — is a must try for cookie lovers. You will definitely pledge your love to this famous food in Delhi the moment you take your first bit of it and it would melt in your mouth and leave a lingering taste behind.
Where to try: Local vendors with the best of abilities to create this sweet goodness.
One of the good street food in Delhi is its famous aloo tikki. You just can’t forgo this flavor assault and then regret later. For the sanity of your inner foodie, you just have to try this.
Address: Natraj in Chandni Chowk, Atul Chaat Corner in Rajouri Garden, Ranjeet Tikki Wala at Janak Puri
This fried flavorsome preparation is a unique make of Delhi street food. I assure you that just one single bite of this deliciousness and it will become your first choice among junk fried food.
Address:Tilak Munjal in Pitampura, Chandni Chowk eateries and Annapurna Sweets in CR Park