The concept of street food is prevalent in every nation, all across the globe. However, India is unmatched when it comes to variety of street food available, possibly because of the diversity in our culture. The streets of Delhi offer a multitude of events, and one of the most important stories are the one involving food. These streets have something for every season and every taste. Winters are lonely without Alu Tikkis, summers without gol gappas, and rains without yummy pakodas. Below mentioned are some of the places you absolutely have to visit when you are venturing on the streets of Delhi.
Image Credit: www.zomato.com Google Plus Page of Rahul EggsIf you are thinking whether the chicken came first or the egg, I bet this place would have the answer. Rahul Eggs is located near Keshawpuram Metro station close to Lawrence road. The guy at Rahul eggs is specialised in making 350 different varieties of omelettes. The presentation of dishes is extremely innovative and you would be astonished knowing how eggs can be paired with many different ingredients. Some of the hot selling omelettes at Rahul Eggs are Monaco and Tandoori Jalandhri. This is one of those places which would drag you back again because of the taste.
Chache Di Hatti
Image Credit: www.zomato.com Facebook page of Chache Di HattiThis place is a paradise for all Chole Bhature lovers. Located at Kamala Nagar, this place has history of people travelling for more than one hour just to get a bite of their food. People keep coming back here because of the taste and Nostalgia. Lot of memories have been created here while licking their fingers and sharing a bhature. The Allu-wale Chole Bhature is the most selling dish at Chache Di Hatti.
Image Credit: www.zomato.com Facebook page of Bombay BhelpuriAs soon as the thought of Bhelpuri rings in your head, make sure you head to Bombay Bhelpuri. You can find this place at South Extension 1 close to McDonals?s. It is by far the best place to get Bhelpuri in town. The place is also famous for sev puri and jhal muri. The bhel is fresh and you can make it spicy or tangy according to your preferences. The place has been functioning for years but they have managed to keep the quality and quantity.
Image Credit: www.zomato.comImage Credit: www.zomato.com If you ask anybody in Delhi about Dahi Bhalla they would all suggest you just one name, which is Natraj Dahi Bhalle wala. Located at Chandni Chowk, this place drags people from all parts of the city. The best thing about the place is the dahi and the spices that they use. The most sought after dishes served here are Tikki and Dahi Bhalle and Aloo chat and Chowmein.