Tradition rules the old city’
s street food
. It’s not just the delicious offerings but there’s a lot more lending itself to its iconic status. The dingy lane, originally known as the Dareeba Khurd was almost barren, spotted with a few sariwallahs
and silver shops when a Brahmin family from Gwalior gave it a new meaning. They started a legacy that has continued for generations. Back in the day, there were about 10 to 12 paratha
shops - all owned by the same family. You could see and smell them at every corner. The Paranthe Wali Gali became the word around the neighbourhood.