11 must-try dishes in Delhi: How many have you eaten?

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Looking for places where you can treat your taste buds with luscious flavours of Delhi? Then you have come to the right place. As today, we’re revealing you the 11 must-EAT street foods.

1. Matar Kachoris

Matar Kachories near Patel NagarA crispy delight for Delhiites! Though when we think of eating Kachories, we usually think of going to ‘Fateh Singh ki Kachori’. However this street shop is a must-try. Serving crispy thin kachoris filled with matar. The topping of sliced onions and imly ki chutnry is an appealing mix to say the least.

Got to try them from a street shop near Jaypee Sidharth Hotel, Patel Nagar, West Delhi.
Must must visit
Cost : Rs. 35/- per plate.

2. Aloo Tikki

Aloo Tikki Brijwasi Food jointThe favourite Aloo Tikki is a real treat to taste buds anytime. So here’s another roadside food joint in New Friends Colony that serves the crispy, delicious Aloo Tikki. Topped with generous sauces and with the freshness of pomegranate seeds, onion, fresh ginger and shredded carrot.

This is from Brijwasi Food joint in New Friends Colony, Community Centre.
40 INR for a plate.

3. Amritsari Koolcha

Baljeet Amritsari Kulcha at Paschim ViharSome will call it ‘Naan’ as it looks likealike. They are pretty delicious served with chole and raita. The best part is that you just need to pay for Koolcha, and you can eat raita, chole and salad till your full.
To eat here, you can visit the famous BALJEET AMRITSARI KULCHA outlet in paschim vihar.
Cost : Rs. 80/- per koolcha.

4. Pao Bhaaji
Pao Bhaji at Raj Bhature Wale NSPIt isone of the popular street foods in many cities throughout India. The hot, spicy, flavourful bhaji topped with butter and coriander makes your mouth water.
Relish your taste buds at(NSP) – one of the Delhi’s best outlets that serves value-for-money foods.
Cost : Rs. 70/- per plate.

5. Cheese Paneer Patty

Cheese Paneer Patty at Sachdeva Fast Food Adarsh NagarIf you’re after a crispy zesty snack, then this is a must-try for you. Its like bread with a generous topping of cheese and veggies. Looks delicious, right? So why not grab a bite of this at Sachdeva Fast Food in Adarsh Nagar.
Cost : Rs. 50/- per patty.

6. Mixed Sauce Pasta
Mixed Sauce Pasta at Penta CafeteriaIf in recent times you’ve came across a dish of pasta that you didn’t love, then you must go to this place. Penta Cafeteria serves the mouth-watering Mixed Sauce Pasta with the perfect balance of creaminess and tanginess.
Cost : Rs. 150/- per plate.

7. Bharwan Aloo Kebabs
Bharwan Aloo Kebabs at Khaaja Chowk
Though they are cooked in Lucknowi style, Bharwan Aloo Kebabs have become a favourite dish in Delhi. Filled with aloo & paneer mixture and marinated in yogurt masala complete this delicacy food.
You can taste this delicious food at Khaaja Chowk (MG Road, Gurgaon)
Cost : Rs. 300/- per plate.

8. Chole Bathure
Sitaram Diwan Chand Chole BathureDelhi and Chole Bathure is not separate as you’ll find them in every second street of Delhi. It is perhaps the city’s favourite breakfast, lunch, or both. And the idea of tasting Delhi’s best chana bathura will land you in Sitaram Diwan Chand. One of the famous outlets in the capital, serving you the crispy bathura with shreds of paneer that blend perfectly with spicy chole!
Cost : Rs. 70/- per plate.

9. Momos
Dolma Aunty Momos Lajpat NagarThis is specially added for those whose buds drives them automatically to momos. And you might get surprised seeing a lot of momo lovers from around the city while visiting the Dolma Aunty Momo joint. With exceptionally reasonable rates ranging from 20 to 50 rupees, the place is worth a visit.
You can cover this eatery while shopping at Lajpat Nagar Market.

10. Chicken Shawarma Roll
Chicken Shawarma Roll at Al-Bake in New Friends Colony MarketA heaven for chicken lovers! Here, the chicken/meat is placed on a spit, and may be grilled for as long as a day before being used in roll. Non-vegetarians are crazy about this snack food. To try this, you can head to Al-Bake in New Friends Colony Market. A small joint with few tables lined for customers, each shawarma roll costs not more than Rs. 60 and it is more than satisfying!

11. Paan
Prince’s Paan & Chaat Corner New DelhiI know not everyone like cheawing paan or betal leaves. But the Prince’s Paan & Chaat Corner can literally make you fall in love with it. With so many flavour options, this place has got great value for money.

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