4 Must Try Street Foods In Delhi

Delhi is widely known because it is the capital city of India, one of the largest democracies in the world. It is complete with several UNESCO world heritage sites, historical sites, and many more things that date back to ancient times. And if you come into the more contemporary world, you have the cafes, bars, and nightlife combined with a lot of other things that make Delhi what it is today.

But if you view Delhi from another angle, you will know that Delhi is world famous for its variety of street foods that you must try while you are there. Since Delhi is a place where people from all over India come to work, it has become a multicultural city. The cuisine of the entire nation is found in the city. So you are in for variety while in Delhi via a Pune to Delhi flight. So if you want to try out their lip-smacking street delicacies just hop onto the various flights and land there.

You can then board the Delhi to Pune flight after tasting pieces of heaven in Delhi. You could treat this as a day trip to satisfy your taste buds and tickle them. 

Some Of The Delhi Street Delicacies That You Must Try Out

Chole Bhature

Delhi is synonymous with Chole Bhature. If you are in Delhi, make sure that you try the Chache Di Hatti delicacy. The Chole Bhature that you get there is just heavenly. It is a dish of chickpeas cooked in spices and condiments and paired with fried Indian bread. It means that they are dough that is rolled out and deep fried in oil. You will have to stand in a line to get your share.

The stall is located in D-33, Block G, Bungalow Road, Kamala Nagar. And each plate is priced at Rs. 30-50/-. 


Khemchand Daulat Ki Chaat is something out of this world. It is a chaat that is served with a topping of cold raw milk mixed with cream and whisked till frothy. This is then flavoured with kewra, mawa, khoya, and crumpled chana. The milk is set on an ice slab overnight before it is prepared. It is said to be one of the best street foods in Delhi and served in one of the best street food markets. Even celebrities find it a must to visit the store. 

The store is in Naughara Jain Temple, Kinari Bazar Gali, ParatheWali, and Chandni Chowk and is priced at Rs. 50-70/- per plate.

Dolma Aunty Momos

Another favourite item of millions of people across India, Dolma Aunty, is a lady who has come straight from Tibet, so you can expect the authentic flavours of Tibet to be in your plate of momos that is an all-time favourite with all. A few years back, momos were not an accepted food item in Delhi, but today it is something that is consumed by all. 

Her stall is located on D-1, Alankar Cinema Road, Opposite Police Station, Central Market, Lajpat Nagar II, Lajpat Nagar, and is priced at Rs. 50/- per plate.

Gupta Ji Kulfi Wale

Now here is something to satisfy your sweet tooth. This traditional Indian ice cream comes in a wide array of flavours and tastes. You can visit Gupta Ji at Shop-27, 11/21, Gurudwara Road, Near Arya Samaj Mandir, Tilak Nagar and pay just Rs. 70-120 for each plate.

So when you are in Delhi, try these items. If you are in Pune, then book your flight tickets from Pune to Delhi