Delhi’s cuisine and crunches are known worldwide. From international cuisines to authentic Indian flavors, Delhi shall never disappoint your taste buds. The best part about Delhi’s food is the street food. India loves to keep savory snacks on the starter plates. Our favorite TV actors love Delhi’s street food to hamper their chaat cravings and satisfaction of spicy needs in most carefree and inexpensive ways. We also asked them about their favorite chaat corners and their experiences. Read on to know more!
Himmanshoo Malhotra: Delhi’s two place has always been on my list whenever I am I want to eat one is the Haldiram’s which has joints are all over India serves tasty Panipuri, Papdi chat and other is Bittoo
Tikki Wala which serve delicious aloo tikki, bhalla chat. The best part about their stores is that they prepare chaats in healthy cooking oils or olive oils which has no harm on your body.
Asmita Sood: I am a big time street food lover of Delhi as I have spent my college life and I have enjoyed street side momos, samosas, dahi bhalla, papdi chat. On my priority list was always parathe wali gali in Chandni Chowk, tandoori fish, and tandoori momos. Any college life is incomplete and worthless if you didn’t munched the street food.
Shardul Pandit: I am from Madhya Pradesh and paratha’s have always been my favorite so whenever I visit Delhi I look for paratha’s and Parathawali Galli- Chandni Chowk and chat at Connaught place is something I never fail to visit. I had almost every type of parantha there and couldn’t have much of it. Whenever I visit Delhi, I take a time to serve my cravings.
Jasmin Bhasin: I can never forget Delhi food because I have actually lived there for a year and half. Sometimes, I crave for Delhi street food a lot and I can never forget my most favorite aloo tikki at Bittoo Tikki Wala, you don’t have a place in Delhi that here the food is best everywhere you eat it’s the best whether it’s parathas, Maggie or whatever and I crave for it so much. I wish to get back there sooner.
Ssudeep Sahir: Delhi street food is always the highlight of my trip whenever I visit here. It’s so hard to pick one. But I love the mutter-kulche and aloo tikkis there. Recently I have been introduced to tandoori momos which were finger licking delicious. I visit Lajpat Nagar often to kill all my cravings.
Dheeraj Dhoopar: People in Delhi have a real sense of taste & the talent to cook finger licking dishes. I don’t have any particular favorites but Delhi’s street food attracts me the most. From chole kulcha, tikki, chaats to kulfi and rabri faluda, I don’t have to worry which stall to go because all are so good.