The streets of Old Delhi are famous for their many delicacies, and one of those is this classic Old Delhi-style mutton boti masala. Read on to know how you can make it at home.
Delhi is a treasure trove of good eating places. The city comprises not only the best of cuisines and dishes from around the country but around the whole world as well
The limited edition Tales of Purani Dilli menu at Punjab Grill has a number of iconic dishes that old Delhi has come to be known for, served with a twist.
A curated list of famous Old Delhi's delicacies which you can try at home this Eid.
Missing the street food of Old Delhi? A recent Facebook video shows the making of a Shahi Sheermal at a stall near Jama Masjid, and it'll surely make you drool.
The cobbled streets of Delhi, especially the narrow by lanes of Old Delhi, are undoubtedly brimming with some of the India's best street foods.
Eid is a festival that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan and is celebrated with family, friends and of course,loved ones; making it one the most celebrated festival across the world.
Pyaar Mohabbat Sharbat wala located opposite Jama Masjid sells a ooling concoction of rose flavoured milk with freshly cut watermelons.
Apart from the regular gobi paratha, paneer paratha and aloo paratha, we find various unique parathas in this 'parathae wali gali' - one such being 'papad ka paratha'.
Nagori is a small, crispy and crumbly poori made with semolina and ghee, which is served with aloo masala sabzi and kesari sooji halwa.