Chandni chowk is a paradise for food lovers. It offers an array of dishes that are absolutely scrumptious. If you happen to be a street food lover, then there's nothing better than Chandni Chowk for you. Chandni Chowk has some of the oldest food shops which are there since ages. If you really wish to experience the pulse of old Delhi, then you can't afford to miss this place. If you consider yourself a foodie, or if food means the world to you, then you must visit Delhi 6 as it offers some of the best hidden gems in the form of eateries! Here's a list of 5 best places to eat in Chandni Chowk. Read on to know more. 1) Paranthe Wali GaliAs the name suggests, this place is purely famous for parathas! It offers a myriad varieties of parathas that are not only scrumptious but immensely pleasing to the eyes as well. What makes these parathas different from the others is the way they are stuffed with quirky fillings and later deep-fried. Their rabri paratha is a must try! Pair it with a glass of chilled lassi and you're done for the day.
Location: Parathe wali Gali
Cost for two: INR 200
2) Natraj Dahi BhalleDahi Bhalla lovers, raise your hand! This place serves the softest dahi bhallas in town. Calling them delicious would only be an understatement. This shop has been there for more than 85 years now and is still going strong. You are likely to find long queues here during peak hours, but trust us, it's all worth in the end. Location: 1396, Main Road near Central Bank, Opposite Paranthe Wali Gali
Cost for two: INR 100
3) Aslam Chicken CornerThis place is a paradise for all chicken lovers. Located in the narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk near Jama Masjid, Aslam Chicken Corner is gaining popularity now and people from far-off places come here to eat. Their chicken roast is an absolute must try. Apart from chicken delicacies, it also serves fish tikka and kebabs.Location: Near Churi Walan Gali, Chittli Qabar Road, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi
Cost for Two: INR 400 (approx)
4) Gole Hatti Gole Hatti is famous for its lip smacking chole bhature and chole palak chawal. This shop was originally in Lahore before partition. However, they resettled in Chandni Chowk after partition. They don't have many options to choose from but this place is worth a visit. You can also indulge in dahi bhallas , rasgullas and gulab jamuns here.Location: 2-4, Church Mission Road, Fatehpuri, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi
Cost for two: INR 150
5) Ashok Chaat CornerDelhites swear by chaats! Be it aloo or papri chaat is an integral part of Indian street food. Ashok Chaat Corner is situated near Chawri Bazar and serves the most delicious papri chat you could ever wish for. Apart from papri chat (which is their best), this place also serve golgappa, kachori, dahi bhalla etc. Though this shop has bit of a space crunch, but it does not compromise on its flavours.Location: Shop 3488, Chowk Hauz Qazi, Near Chawri Bazar metro station, gate number 3.
Cost for two: INR 100
So experience the real flavours of Delhi by heading to these places right away!