Must try street foods in Delhi – Top Five Street Foods not to miss in Delhi

Delhi isn’t just the national capital of India, but also a paradise for foodie. From world class international restaurant chains to local joints, this place has everything to offer you. And today we are talking about must try street foods in Delhi. Street foods which are delicious, street foods in Delhi which are cheaper and around found almost in every corner in every street. And there is a street food lover everywhere. So, let’s start this mouth-watering journey of famous street foods not to miss in Delhi.

There is a long list of street foods in Delhi. But we only picked top five street foods of Delhi which everyone should try. Well, you will find them in other parts of the country as well. But the aura and the taste which you are gonna get here, is truly incredible. We will pick up the must try street foods in Delhi based on their popularity and taste. Every day, the streets get crowded during the evening and people come out to taste their favourite street foods. There are several markets in New Delhi which are dedicated to street foods only. However, these street foods are also available at several food chains such as Haldiram, Agrawal, Om Sweet etc. But the real taste of street food is only in the street. So, without any further adieu, let us start our journey of fast food of New Delhi everyone must try.

Famous Must Try Street Foods in Delhi everyone must try

Gol Gappe

Also known as puchka or Pani Puri, these are spherical crisp ball stuffed with chickpea, mashed potato, served in spicy water… Ummm… So mouth-watering… So, gol gappa is on the top of our list of famous must try street foods in Delhi everyone should try. Why, because of their popularity and because of their taste. You will find them almost everyone. The carts often remain crowded and people keep gluing to the cart holding the paper bowl in hand, waiting for their turn to come. Back in my childhood, I remember a plate of pani puri would cost Rs 1 and that would include 3 pani puris. These days, a plate costs Rs 30 on average which contains 5 to 6 pieces. Now, the water flavour has also been changed. We used to taste only two types of pani puri water but now we have 6+ flavours.

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Anyone up for Pani Puri? Among the best street foods from childhood, pani puri or gol gappa still tastes so nostalgic even after so many years. Few years back, I used to eat to much, there was one guy who had his cart near to my flat and I would eat every day. I would pay him once a week and he would credit every time I used to eat. Well, most of the sellers knew me on the college road even few in my hometown. Now I cut down the consumption but still I can't avoid… #food #foodie #Foodlover #Foodlove #foodie #DelhiFoodie #instafoodie #foodporn #FoodRavel #foodgasm #panipuri #golgappa #puchka #letseat #streetfood #streetfoodlover #foodstory #foodtale #foodphoto #yumyum #delicious #gastronomia #nomad #foodblogger #foodgram #instafoodporn #ilovefood

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Pav Bhaji

Originally from Maharashtra, this spicy street food has become everyone’s favourite in Delhi as well. Served with thick veg gravy along with pav buns, butter and salad, this is perfect evening snack. One of the famous must try street foods in Delhi, pav bhaji is often enjoyed along with cold drink. Avoiding this dish is seriously a gastronomic sin. I remember Bombay Best Pav Bhaji which was near to my hostel in Sector 4 Gurgaon. And so far I have not tasted anything better than that. Quality and quantity, but are totally unmatched.


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Chholey Bhature

If you are talking about must try street foods in Delhi but missed out chholye bhature, are you even talking about Delhi’s street food? Usually known as a Punjabi food, chholey bature has mushroomed almost everywhere. Deed fried bread made up of maida flour (purpose floor), served with chana masala or chickpea, chholey bhature is also combined with pickle and salad. During college days, there used to be bunch of guys who used to have their cart near by my college in Gurgaon and that used to be our lunch. The price back then was Rs 20 and then they increased Rs 5 more. Now the average price is around Rs 50, lucky if you get at Rs 20.

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Chinese Food Nah, it's no chinese food we know. The name of this place is Chinese Food and you will get both Chinese and Indian street food dishes. So, I was craving for some real taste of chholey bhature and visited here this morning. So the place comes with two soft, little crispy bhature and hot spicy chholey, with pickle, pudina chutney and ring onions. Chholey bhature plate is incomplete without a cold drink. The taste was nostalgic, the one I tasted years back during hostel days. Yummmmmmm What I loved, less oily and the taste was perfectly balanced with every spice and ingredients they had used. The perfect way to start your morning… #food #foodiegram #foodie #foodlove #foodstory #foodphoto #instafoodie #FoodRavel #indiancuisine #chholebhature #streetfood #foodgasm #foodporn #foodporn #DelhiFoodie #morningmenu #breakfast #breakfastgoal #foodies #foorlove #foodstory #foodtime #foodblog

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Samosa

How can we forget samosa if we are talking about must try street foods in Delhi? Well, I grew up eating samosa, other street foods came later. Samosa is first love. This famous street food is like a regular food. Chai and samosa is perfect combination. Hot samosa and chutney or served with chickpea, curd, onion and other spices and condiments, samosa can make you feel happy. When it rains, Delhi locals just crave for hot tea and samosa. I have tried paneer samosa, chhola samosa, Maggie samosa, pocket samosa, which samosa have you tried? Do let me know in the comment section below.

Chaat

Okay! Here is the last pick of famous street foods in Delhi anyone shouldn’t miss. Chaat is like an umbrella term and covers several types of street food chaats such as dahi bhalla chaat, aloo chaat, dahi papri chaat etc. And I tell you, it is something next to impossible to control your taste buds if you are standing next to a cart, staring at the guy who’s preparing the chaat. Aloo chaat is my favourite. Which chaat is your favourite?

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Soothing rain and some lip smacking chaat. Had a wonderful moment yesterday. Back when it used to rain, when I was a child, when I was at home, the weather used to get amazing and beautiful. And I remember every house would make pakoda post rain. The perfect combination of chai pakoda. Though I am no more child, I don't drink tea. I am not at my home, but the nostalgia is fresh. The memories smell and taste the same it used to be some two decades back. It's almost all the same and it brings the same feelings back from childhood. And I still cherish and relish. Every moment and every bite. #food #foodie #foodlove #FoodRavel #foodphoto #instafoodie #foodies #Delhifoodie #foodstory #foodlense #foodlife #letseat #eat #foodblog #gastronomia #nomnom #yummilicious #delicious #indiancuisine #chaat #streetfood #foodlover #foodfreak #foodclick #foodfun #yummy #foodporn #foodgasm #foodgram

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Monsoon evening and some spicy snacks. Monsoon brings rain Monsoon brings happiness And monsoon brings some delicious, mouthwatering cuisines. Aloo tikki is a round the year snack but the taste is extreme during monsoon. When the weather is covered with clouds and your taste buds feel like pushing the foodie inside you to go out and relish some street food, you need to follow the direction from where the temping aroma is coming. #foodie #foodies #DelhiFoodie #instafoodie #foodstory #foodphotography #FoodRavel #alootikki #streetfood #streetfoodlover #nomad #foodblogger #foodlove #foodlover #letseat #eat #food #nomnom #foodiegram #foodporn #foodgram #foodgasm #instafoodporn #yumilicious #Delhifood #indiancuisine #monsoon #spicy

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As the time changed and so did the lifestyle, the street food menu of New Delhi also got changed. Several other dishes were added and we got to taste new cuisines. These days, you will find momos, south Indian street food, also some experimented street foods as well such as pizza sandwich. Delhi was and Delhi is a perfect destination for foodies. From Parathe wali gali where you will get to enjoy around 70 varieties of paratha to Delhi Hatt where you can enjoy the cuisine of every state at one place, Delhi is all open for everyone gastronome.

 

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