Delhi Street Food : Enjoy street food in Central Delhi

For “Delhi street food” lovers, you don’t need to essentially go to Old Delhi. You can enjoy the famous “Delhi street food” right in the heart of the city, Central Delhi. Below are some of the most famous places you can go:

 Sita Ram Diwan Chand

 

Sita Ram Diwan Chand

 

One of the oldest and most authentic places for having Chhole-Bhature, this place is known for its pithi bathura and distinct pickle that they serve along with the chhole bhature. Located in the heart of Paharganj, there’s no seating arrangement but the standing tables are always clean and hygienic.

Address: 2246, Chuna Mandi, Paharganj, New Delhi

 

Bhogal Chaat Bhandaar

 

Bhogal-Choley-Bhaturey-Wala

 

A street side stalls famous primarily for chhole bhature and chana- kulcha, especially for people running on an extremely low budget.

Address: Scindia House, K G Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi

 

Prabhu Chaat Bhandaar

 

prabhu chaat bhandar

Having existed for more than 50 years, this place sits at the same place and even attracts the same customers as before. Known for paapdi chaat and aloo tikki, the distinct masala added to everything makes it different and popular.

Address: Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, Near UPSC Office, Khan Market, New Delhi

 

Shri Bankey Bihari Samosa Wala

 

Shri Bankey Bihari Samosa Wala

 

Again, a street side stall selling just two items samosa and gulab jamun. The samosa has a quintessential filling of potato+peas and is served with chole.

Address: 3177, Sangatrashan,Paharganj, New Delhi

 

Kaleva

 

Kaleva gole market

 

One of the many sweet shops present not only in Delhi but on the street that it is located on. From Kesar jalebi, sandwich dhokla, paneer roll, stuffed fruit kulfi, ras malai to its super specialty- Dahi Bhalla and paneer chili, everything meets everybody’s expectations here.

Address: 109, Bangla Saheb Marg, Gole Market, New Delhi

Then there is always Haldiram, Shiv Sagar, Bikanervala and much more sweet shops/restaurants like these that serve street food not on the streets, but amidst air conditioned premises as casual dining on busy sunny days in Delhi. Go ahead and enjoy your favorite food to your heart’s content.

 

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