Indians’ love for food is no less than 90’s romance. Sometimes we wait very long minutes for them and sometimes we rush hundreds of miles to have them. Let it be sweets on small plates or parathas on thalis, we fall in love till the very final inch of them. So producing tasty delicious food is the responsibility of every self-made bawarchi. Hence good food can be found anywhere in India. But the best, it’s hidden within the streets of Delhi.
We know Chocolate is best served as dessert. But some of Delhi’s food vendors exceeded the stereotype and gave their creativity wings by introducing new food combinations. Here are some of the most unique Delhi ki galliyon ka khana for taste devotees. Let’s dive in…
1.PIZZA SAMOSA, KRISHNA NAGAR
- Price: 35/-
- Shop Name: Samosa Hub
- Time: 9am to 10pm
- Address: F-4/10, Mandir Marg, Block F, Krishna Nagar, Delhi, 110051
This unique food combination of both Western and Indian culture was first introduced by Samosa Hub on Delhi Streets. Located in Krishna Nagar the store is famous for its iconic varieties of samosa. Currently, its menu consists of 50 different types of samosa ranging from Rs.10 to Rs.60. Chocolate samosa, Pasta samosa, Strawberry samosa are some pretty good options to try.
2.MOONG-LET, KAROL BAGH
- Price: 100/-
- Shop Name: K.B Chaat
- Time: 9am to 8pm
- Address: 17A/39, Vardan Building, Ajmal Khan Rd, opp. Stellatoes Showroom, Block 10, WEA, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi 110005
We have reached an era where vegetarians can now have Omelette. This famous veg omelet is the brainchild of Dinesh Kumar who owns the stall named K.B Chaat in Karol Bagh. Made from moong paste, this protein-rich dish when served with green and tamarind chutney tastes like heaven on the gustatory buds.
3.FRUIT KULFI, CHAWRI BAZAR
- Price: 200/-
- Shop Name: Kuremal Mohanlal Kulfiwale
- Time: 10am to 11pm
- Address: Metro Station, Near, Shop No. 526, Kucha Pati Ram, Sitaram Bazar Rd, Chawri Bazar, Delhi 110006
No matter how delicious the branded Kulfis are but they are all loaded with processed sugar and preservatives. But this option is 100 % natural and made from pure fruits. A mix is made from the respective fruit which is then filled inside their peel and frozen. Since 1906 this work has been carried out by Kuremal Mohan Lal and his generations. Mango, Pomegranate, Jamun Kulfis are some of the worth trying options here.
4.DRY FRUITS PIZZA OMELETTE, PALAM
- Price: 810/-
- Shop Name: Rajeev Bhai Mashoor Omelette
- Time: 10am to 10pm
- Address: Shop No-17, Dwarka Road, Opp Pillar No-40, Mangalpuri I, Palam Colony, New Delhi, Delhi 110045
Innovation with Omelette, itself a distinctive matter to talk about. Rajeev Bhai Omelette Shop in Palam, famous for this iconic top menu item. Loaded with 30 eggs, 200gms butter and dry fruits, this unique street food is more than 6000 calories. Anyone having it full will be free of Rs.810 bill. Chicken seekh kabab omelette and Cheese omelette are some better alternatives.
5.CHOCOLATE GOLGAPPA, VIKASPURI
- Price: 100/-
- Shop Name: Social Foodie Inside
- Time: 12pm to 12am
- Address: 71A, Vikaspuri Rd, Block GG 2, Vikaspuri, Delhi, 110018
Situated in VikasPuri, Social Foodie Inside holds this highly demandable dessert of Delhi on their menu. This food shop opened in 2018 is well known for its unique combinations of Golgappa. SFI has more than 10 types of golgappa among which Chocolate Golgappa is highly popular. This is served with Chocolate syrup instead of traditional tamarind water. Pizza golgappa and Butter Chicken golgappa are some other tasty fusions to try.
6.SWEET CHAAT, CHANDNI CHOWK
- Price: 50/-
- Shop Name: Khemchand Daulat ki Chaat
- Time: 10am to 9pm
- Address: Naughara Jain Temple Kinari Bazar Gali Paranthe wali Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi, Delhi, 110006/-
Unlike the spice-rich masala chaat, this is made from milk. Unique by its name and taste, this delicious dessert remains at a corner of every Delhi-wals’s heart. This sweet chaat is also known as Daulat ki chaat was first introduced by Daulat Ram in the 18th century. Making this dessert takes more than 6 hours where the thick creamy milk is churned extensively and then the foam is collected. Later powdered sugar, saffron milk, khoya, and dry fruits are added which gives it a very different taste and texture.
7.RICE MOMO, SHAHPUR JAT
- Price: 200/-
- Shop Name: Darjeeling Steamers
- Time: 1pm to 10pm
- Address: Landmark – Bank of India, 252/1 Second Floor, Shahpur Jat, Siri Fort, New Delhi, Delhi 110049
Momos are a great choice to satisfy our craving. Within a couple of years, the momo industry evolved a lot but not much with its core ingredient. This has been made possible by a single mother who came all the way from Darjeeling to Delhi and opened her small kitchen named Darjeeling Steamers. This place is popular for the authentic North-Eastern style momos made from rice.
8.WATERMELON SHARBAT, JAMA MASJID
- Price: 20/-
- Shop Name: Sharbat-E-Mohabbat
- Time: 11am to 11pm
- Address: Jama Masjid, Shop No:632, Matia Mahal Rd, Bazar Matia Mahal, Kalan Mehal, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
This mix made from watermelon, milk, and roohafza, just Rs.20 to add some refreshment into your gut. Famous by the name of Love-Sharbat or Sharbat-E-Mohabbat, this lovely pink color unique drink can be found in front of Jama masjid.
9.GOLMAAL DOSA, JANAKPURI
- Price: 140/-
- Shop Name: M-Dosa Express
- Time: 10am to 11pm
- Address: E-56, Jail Road, Gurunanak Pura, Janakpuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110058
This unique dosa is made by M-Dosa Express in Tilak Puri which is famous for its 131 varieties of dosas. Spring roll dosa, Chilly paneer dosa, Maharaja dosa are some other good choices. Topped with vegetables, cheese, butter, and three types of sauces, Golmaal dosa is a must-try at Rs.140. This food product has made its place obvious in our list due to its unique preparation style and taste.
Every Street Food in Delhi is unique in its own way. The rich texture, flavor, and aroma of these will surely make you fall in love with them. Let it be sweet or savory, crunchy or spicy Delhi is the place to satisfy your culinary desires. So what are you waiting for? Just get yourself on the streets of Delhi and explore more unique exciting flavors.
Conclusion: I hope my article would have entertained you and might have already activated your taste buds. If that’s the case then consider sharing this with other fellow foodies. And do let me know in the comment section if I missed any other most unique food from my list and which next city to cover-up.