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5 Best Street Food Joints in Delhi

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5 Best Street Food Joints in Delhi

Delhi, the capital of India is an actually the kaleidoscope of cosmopolitan culture. You will find here people from different parts of the country. The variety here can be seen in every aspect of Delhiites, whether it is their way of living or food. There are many international hotels in Delhi, but its street food is something to die for. The narrow gullies of Old Delhi have many popular street food joints, where you can taste an authentic Indian street food.  Though there are numerous street food joints in Delhi, but some very popular are listed below.

5 Popular Street Food Joints in Delhi

street food joints in Delhi
Natraj Dahi Bhalla
Natraj Dahi Bhalla is one of the popular street food joints in Delhi, located near to Bhai Mati Das Chowk, Chandni Chowk Metro Station. The food joint was opened in 1940 and is being run by Inder Mohan. Here you can enjoy two  most popular Indian snacks that are: Dahi Bhalla and Aaloo tiki.
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Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar
It is an another popular roadside eatery in Old Delhi, which is quite famous for its chaat papdi and dahi bhalle. When you go near to this shop and it’s hard to resist the temptation to try some spicy snacks.
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Paranthe Wali Gali
Tha name is enough, you have read about it in many food magazines. It is a prominent place in Chandani Chowk area. As the name suggests, the gali is renowned for the huge number of shops selling paratha (Fried Indian bread). These shops serve various types of Paranthas. This lane is also famous among the foreign tourists. Paranthe Wali Gali has also featured in many road shows. The shop no 34, of Paranthe Wali Gali is the most famous Parantha shop in Old Delhi. It remains open from 9 am to 11 pm and serves vegetarian Paranthas. They’re  in this business for decades.
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Dilli Haat Food Outlets
Dilli Haat is a popular open-air handicraft bazaar opposite INA market. Along with crafts, the bazaar is equally popular for its food. Here you can enjoy cuisines from different parts of India such Bengali, North-East, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, etc.
street food joints in Delhi
Bengali Sweet Center
Located in one corner of South Extension Market, Bengali Sweet Center is very popular for its wide range of Indian sweets and fast food items. The shop may be little crowded, but we sure, you will find it worth lining up here for hours, when you will taste their Kaju Barfi and Pao Bhaji.