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Old Delhi is well known for its traditional cuisine & street foods. Narrow gullies of Old Delhi narrate many stories through the overwhelming variety of street food that they offer. Jama Masjid area in Old Delhi shares a special bond with food that began during the Mughal era & has become the modern hub of Mughlai cuisine.Chandni Chowk & Chawri Bazaar has many street food eateries that sell spicy snacks.

Best Street Foods Places In Old Delhi:-

 Best Street Foods in Old Delhi

Chandni Chowk

Paranthe Wali Gali

Paranthe Wali Gali is a narrow street and congested, especially on weekends, and its famous gourmet locality in the world. This small street was once home to almost 20-25 shops, but now it has only 5-6 shops serving paranthe. Pt.Gaya Prasad Shiv Charan food joint, has served many celebrities. Must order a mix paranthe and paneer(cottage cheese) paranthe.

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Natraj Dahi Bhalla Corner

Located 1 km ahead of Old Famous Jalebi Wala in Chandni Chowk & near Gurudwara Sisganj Sahib.The eatery was started 60 years back and now run by Inder Mohan. They are an ordinary shop selling two items, i.e. Dahi Bhalla & Aloo Tikki. Both are worth to taste.

Old Famous Jalebi Wala

Located in Dariba Kalan road in Chandni Chowk opposite to Central Baptist Church and it has been there since 1884; running the venture for the past four generations of the family now.Apparently famous for piping hot, thick, juicy, freshly made jalebis that they offer, which are made up of desi khandsari sugar for making the syrup instead of using regular sugar, and jalebis are prepared using pure desi ghee.

Bishan Swaroop Chaat Bhandar

Located between the busy lanes of Chandni Chowk, Bishan Swaroop Chaat Bhandar is one the most popular food stalls that serve the best fruit chaats in Delhi. There are four types of dishes on the menu – Fruit Chaat, Sakarkandi Chaat, Aloo Chaat, Aam Chaat. But, one must try their mixed fruit chaat, which is nothing but a beautiful mixture of all the seasonal fruits like guava, watermelon and orange with some other add-ons like beetroot, chickpeas and fried potato.

Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala

Located near Paranthe Wali Gali & is one of the best street food in Old Delhi area to have kachoris. The kachoris are fluffy and flaky serve with tangy aloo ki subzi and dip!. Started in the year 1971 and has evolved ever since.

Giani Di Hathi

Located near Fatehpuri Masjid of Old Delhi, Giani di Hatti was started by Giani Gurcharan Singh in 1951. The famous Rabri Faluda drink invented by Giani Gurcharan Singh. One glass of Rabri Faluda is quite refreshing & heavy. Many tourists & locals visit this store to get a taste of that magical recipe of Rabri Faluda. The shop sells other food items as well, but the spotlight is on the Rabri Faluda.Currently, the store maintained by the third generation of their family.

Chawri Bazaar

Lotan Choley Kulche

Lotan Chole Kulche Set in the interiors of Old Delhi, in the “Bhool Bhulaiya ” of small corridors is a person sitting with an assortment of spices around him -busy mixing his art in a big container encircled by the local crowd, street food lovers savouring every bite of it.For those who love a spicy meal, this is as good as it gets.The medium one is spicy enough, and the hot one is a must try for all those who can bear a heavy dosage of red chillis. The dish is extraordinary, and a cube of butter makes it even better.

Kuremal Mohan Lal Kulfi Wala

Located in Bazaar Sita Ram near Chawri Bazar Metro Station. They specialise in soul nourishing kulfi. The kulfis made with natural ingredients.  The flavours are real and have a strong fragrance. The store was started by Mr Kuremal in the year 1900.During initial days he used to set up a small stall with a big clay cauldron in the narrow gullies of Chawri Bazaar.

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I visited Kuremal last year but did not try the Stuffed Mango ice Cream. This year I made it a point that as soon as the summers start I will visit and the first thing I'll try is this. They have a very unique style of removing the seed from the inside of the mango and stuffing it with Mango flavoured Rabri. After this the mango is frozen in ice and later shifted to a freezer. With the temperature soaring this one is a must have for the season. . . . . . . . #dudeandthefood #streetfood #indianfood #desifood #mangoicecream #indiansweets #indiandessert #desserttable #delhigram #delhifood #delhifoodie #delhifoodblogger #indianfoodbloggers #sodelhi #dfordelhi #foodtalkindia #delhidiaries #instafoodie #foodphotos #foodfeed #delhifoodguide #foodbeast #cntraveler #bbctravel #delhifoodwalks #buzzfeed #huffposttaste #natgeoindia #olddelhi #chandnichowk

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Jama Masjid

Nawab Qureshi’s

Nawab Qureshi, more popularly known as Pyaar Mohabbat Wala located adjacent to Aslam Chicken corner near Jama Masjid from where he sells the refreshing pinkish drink. The drink is commonly known as Mohabbat ka sherbet, a mixture of watermelon, milk  & rooh-afza. An ideal drink for the summer season.

Haji Shabrati Nihari Wale

Haji Shabrati Nihari Wale near Jama Masjid, Old Delhi serves the most tender, juicy and delicious Nahari in the Capital. Nihari, a traditional recipe of Muslims of Delhi, Bhopal & Lucknow is a stew consisting of slow cooked meat. The meat is mainly beef or lamb. Cooked with bone marrow, garnished with green chillies, ginger slices and lemon juice.The gullies of  Jama Masjid in Delhi have some of the best outlets serving Nihari. One such outlet is ‘Haji Shabrati Nihari Wale’.

Karims

Karims is a historic eatery located near Jama Masjid in Old Delhi.Established in the year 1913 by Haji Karimuddin. Karims is the most famous culinary destination in Delhi. Must order Seekh Kebab, Mutton Burra, Keema Roti, Chicken Jhangari.

Aslam Butter Chicken

Located in Bazaar Matia Mahal opposite Gate No.1  Jama Masjid of Old Delhi, is a street-food joint that opened two decades back has become a love of Delhi’s food connoisseur because of its mouth-watering Butter Chicken. The roasted chicken mixed with warm butter gravy.

Taufeeq Ki Biryani

Located in Chitli Qabar Chowk in Jama Masjid. ‘Taufeek ki biryani’, is a crowded place, where one can only see large utensil of biryani, lots of pickles, fresh yoghurt & surrounded by food connoisseurs. Though it is a small eatery, still it manages to attract many tourists and locals. They serve the best beef/buffaloe biryani in town. One can order Chicken Biryani too.