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10 Must Visit Delhi famous street food places to try

10 Must Visit Delhi famous street food places to try

Challenge any Delhites and they will show you how foodie Delhi is. The city is not only regarded as the capital of India and home to big enterprises. But the city holds a strong grip on its traditions, culture, rich heritage, and respect for being a food-loving city. 

The city is probably full of the most foodie people around. However, you can’t get good food at all places in Delhi. You must know the right place to taste the legacy. And that’s why we’re writing this article. 

In case you’re in Delhi or planning to visit there soon, reading this article will help you to get Delhi famous street food places. Ready the article completely and catch them all. 


10 Delhi famous street food places: 

  • Omaxe Chowk, Chandni Chowk

omaxe food court

Omaxe Chowk is the new food destination in Chandni Chowk. This project was proposed by Government as they wanted to revamp to the whole Chandni Chowk area to showcase the India’s real heritage and culture. 

The Daulatpur food court in Omaxe Chowk has more than 1600+ seating arrangement and serves a never-ending cuisine from the country and overseas. You will get both veg & non-veg dishes here. Whether it is a South Indian dosa or a North Indian Parantha, you will get everything for each palatte. 

Whether you’re on a mood to take a light evening snack or a heavy main course full of spicy butter chickens, Omaxe Chowk mall  has all. 


  • Paranthe Wali Gali, Chandni Chowk

Paranthe wali gali’s history goes back to the 1650 when it was the Mughal era. But only the silverware shops were operating. From the 1870s, the Paratha shops started to flourish here. You can still see some jewellery shops operating in this narrow lane. 

The Paranthe wali gali is famous for its authentic and mouth watering paranthas served with chutney. Notably, most of the store owners are Brahmin so they don’t cook parathas with garlic & onions. But you will see dry fruits like cashews & nuts mixed in paranthas. 

Moreover, you can also have some tasty drinks like Kulhad lassi as well. 


  • Kuremal Mohan Lal Kulfi Wale, Chandni Chowk

Kuremal Mohan Lal Kulfi Wale- the name who has given Delhi the taste of real healthy ice-cream. Unlike the commercialised brands, the Kuremal is still authentic to their values and offers organic fruit Kulfis to people.

Kuremal started his small business on a small stall in 1906. He used clay pots filled with ice to keep kulfis cool. Later Mohan Lal, his sons introduced a whole line of diverse kulfi flavours to their business and moved to the big lane. 

Today they sell a variety of fruit kulfis like apple, pomegranate, orange, jamun, aam panna, and mango, and don’t forget about the traditional puffed milky kulfi. 


  • Karim’s, Jama Masjid

Karim’s Jama masjid is a name listed on every foodie in Delhi. Karim’s deals with the best non-veg food. Especially if you’re a mutton lover, the place is a good deal for you. In case you’re a vegetarian, the place may seem off to you. Whatever be it, it will be an experience. 

Karim’s Jama Masjid is run by the great grandchildren of royal chef of Mughal Era. The chef Karim used to cook for the royal Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Jafar. Later he started his food place and became Delhi’s food king. We must say that ‘Karim’s’ has quite a history as well. 


  • Nizam’s Kathi Roll, Connaught Place

Nizam’s Kathi Kabab is famous for its fast-food cuisines. They don’t serve you main courses or any kinds of alcohol. They operate from 11:00 AM-11:00 PM and deal with no reservations. So you need to go there and order your rolls. 

Nizam’s famous for its stuffed Kathi rolls, simple egg rolls, single mutton single egg roll, kathi kabab and some other fast food. Whether you’re a local or a tourist on a visit, Nizam’s Kathi Roll is one of Delhi famous street food places


  • Lotan Chole Wala, Chawri Bazar

Who doesn’t want to have a heavy breakfast on a winter morning. Try Lotan Chhole wala for Delhi’s special Chhole Bhature. Well, I may surprise you with the fact that this business has also been passed on for a century and currently is run by the 5th generation. 

The unique taste of chhole is a secret recipe that only the family has access to. Their secret recipe has some unique flavours or maybe it’s a secret ratio of spices they use. The only extra we noticed is the Amchur chutney that they serve on the chhole that makes it extremely delicious and adds a layer of uniqueness. 


  • Aloo Tikki Wala, Kamla Nagar

Visitng to Kamla nagar and not trying Aloo tikki wala is just not allowed. The fried potatos, stuffed with corns or paneer and served with green & red chutney is everyone’s favourite fast food. The crispy outer layer, extra curd, and onion rings make it more delicious. Moreover, you can go for personalisation here if you want the dish to be served in your style. But would that be exciting? 


  • Prince Paan and Chaat Corner, Greater Kailash

Prince paan and chaat corner may go little expensive. However, you will have a good time enjoying their indian fast food items. 

The average pricing of any main course dish here is Rs/- 100. So be ready to loose some extra pennies from your pocket. However, the taste will win your heart and the services will worth it. Visit here and enjoy Pav Bhaji, Kulcha, Matar Kulcha, Sev Puri, and its special Papdi Chat. 


  • Khan Omelette Corner, Chandni Chowk

The Khan Omelette corner is the heaven for omelette lover. Khan’a omelettes use mouth-watering spices and leave a buttery taste in your mouth. They have been spreading love for the past 48 years an serving more than 25 different egg preparations for their special omelettes. 

Among all the different egg varieties, you will see a name – Khan’s special Omlette. This dish is soothing to the eyes and also to the palette as well. 

The secret of this omelett lies in the amount of butter and eggs they use. Also a special gravy tadka which has a very warming aroma gives a special taste to it. We have not tried everything on the menu but it may be the best eggy treat among all they serve. 


  • Nand ke Chole Bhature in Sadar Bazaar

Nand k chole bhature is the best dish to taste in the Sadar Bazar. The crisp skin of bhature and spicy chhole will leave a fiery taste to your tongue. As the chhole bhature are made only with desi ghee, you will get non-sticky eating experience. There are several other items in the menu. We would suggest you to try chana masala as well. 



In this article, we have listed some of the best famous street food places of Delhi and what’s special in there. Make sure to visit them in their no-peak hours though expect good rush all the time as they are the top places to explore food. Make sure to eat the special’s and share your experience with us as well. And remember good food always make good mood.