Street Food – South Delhi
South Delhi is the king of lifestyle when compared to rest of the city. With people from different origins, it is an accumulated hub of various cultures and customs. And every group of people, for that matter, each individual gets a unique flavor that suits different taste buds. Hence South Delhi has its own list of outlets that serve lip-smacking street food.
- Kulcha King : Popular among residents and others for Amritsari kulchas, this place serves three kinds of them: simple mix, Masala and Paneer kulcha with some chhole and imli chutney.
Address: Shop 144, Ring Road Market, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi
- Khandani Pakodewala : An old place known for its variety of double fried pakodas: palak-methi, paneer, matar aloo seekh, gobhi and soya chaap. Pakodas are served with a tangy, very spicy chutney that complements the pakodas really well.
Address: Ring Road Market, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi
- Bombay Bhelpuri : One of its own kind, this street side stall is always crowded, especially in the evenings. Evident by its name, it’s known for bhelpuri just like it’s served in Mumbai. One can request to adjust the level of spice but even a mumbaikar can’t deny the authentic taste!
Address: G-7, Near Midland Book Shop, South Extension 1, New Delhi
- Rasili Chaat : Vasant Kunj doesn’t not have a lot of places for chaat, but this place covers up for the loss. Home to a variety of street food, this place is usually visited for paapdi-chaat, aloo tikki and Dahi bhalla.
Address: Central Market, Masoodpur, Near Vasant Square Mall, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
- Just Vada Pav: Again, a small outlet is known for something quite popular in Mumbai; a vada pav. This place is known to have played with their menu a little and introduced different types of vada pavs; sev vada pav, samosa vada pav, etc. Additionally, they use an air fryer for all the frying (bonus for fitness freaks).
Address: E 157, Kalkaji, New Delhi
- 34, Chowringhee Lane: Present in a market full of street food outlets, chowringhee stands out because of its authentic legacy of making rolls. One can choose from a variety of rolls- double egg, soya, chicken and add mayo or tandoori delight to the roll for additional flavor.
Address: C-28, Amar Colony Market, Lajpat Nagar 4, New Delhi
- Prince Chaat Corner: A regular chaat corner amidst the shopping street of GK1 M block. Because of obvious and the right reasons it’s always crowded. Palak patta chaat is a must have, here along with the sabudana tikki.
Address: M-29, Greater Kailash (GK) 1, New Delhi
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Thanks for the good information for lovely food.