10 Delicious Street Food Places in Delhi which will leave your taste buds wanting for more


We are all Delhi fans. If given a chance, would we object a short trip to Delhi? From malls, lip-smacking chaat junctures to historic architecture loaded with an impressive green cover, Delhi has everything to amuse you. If you are planning a quick getaway to Delhi, here are the 10 food junctures which will satiate your taste buds and leave you wanting for more.

Dilli Haat

You want Delhi Chaat, you go Delhi Haat. This place is the heart of Delhi chaat. From Aloo Tikki to Pani patashi, this place serves almost all dishes you name. It is tasty, cheap and fills your tummy till you drop. You wouldn’t want to stop eating if you are at Delhi Haat.

Tokri Chaat to sweep you away from the ground

Pani Patashi which is as mouth-watering as delightful

Chittaranjan Park Market

Bengal couldn’t come to Delhi, so its dishes came here. Fish fingers, Egg devil, Mutton Cutlet, Mocha chop (banana flower cutlet), Posto narekel bora (fritters made of poppy seeds and coconut) are only some of the names of dishes you can savour at this Bengali juncture, commonly called the CR Park. Not only this, puchka and bhel puri are other highlights of CR Park.

Subhash Nagar

The Momoz Hub is another place to hunt for if you are looking for some lip-smacking momos variants. At the Subhash Nagar, Kulcha King is another hub which will satiate your taste buds to the core.

Bikanervala

A pocket-friendly, hygienic and located in multiple posh localities, Bikanervala is a favourite breakfast destination for many Delhiites and other visitors. The snack shop serves delectable dhoklas with tamarind chutneys which really redefines the morning flavour. The grilled sandwich which they serve is from another world altogether. It is so cheesy and gooey that you would want to have another plate of it. Not only this, here is what you must try at Bikanervala:

Pav Bhaji

Paneer Cutlet

Kalkaji

If you are a typical ‘chaap’ lover, then ‘Sardar Ji Malai Chaap Wale’ located at Kalkaji is a must-try. I personally don’t guarantee the hygiene measures adopted at this chaap hub, but the taste they offer is unmatchable.

Karol Bagh

‘Roshan Di Kulfi’ is one famous food eatery which is frequented by vegetarian chaat lovers. Affordable dishes clubbed with the flexibility to prepare customized dishes: what they are famous for. Apart from Kulfi, they offer Pav Bhaji, Chole Bathura, Raj Kachori, etc.

Paranthe vale Gali, Chandni Chowk

Famous across the state, paranthe vale Gali has a galaxy of parantha variants to offer. From aloo to pyaaz parantha, this gali is a treasure per se for not only your taste buds but also your hungry stomach.

Old Famous Jalebi Wala, Chandni Chowk

Have a sweet-tooth? We have something special for you too. Jalebis is that gooey and edible art which we all like to munch on after a heavy meal or other wise too. Here is the place whose specialty is Jalebi, which will win your heart cent percent as soon as you drop it in your mouth.

Bittoo Tikki Wala

Aahhhhhhh!! My mouth is not ceasing to water. You take the name of Aloo Tikki and we all frolicking with butterflies flying in our tummy. ‘Bittoo Tikki Wala’ is another chaat hub famous for its crispy and tangy Tikki served with tamarind chutney, hari chutney and of course, a lot of love.

Chache Di Hatti, Kamla Nagar

Chole Bhature gulped in with a glass full of Lassi. Does that excite you? If yes, this is a place you cannot miss. Not betting on its hygiene but of the peerless taste they develop like no one else does in Delhi.

Note: This eatery opens for limited hours. It closes down at 3 pm and opens at 9 am.