The Old Delhi food walk will start from the Chandni Chowk metro station as soon the guide greets you and gives you a synopsis of all that you will be savoring in the culinary trail at the foodies paradise. Given below are the places you will visit according to the route that is followed.
Old Famous Jalebi Wala- the Old Famous Jalebi Wala in Chandni Chowk is famous for hot, soft and juicy jalebis.
Paranthe Wali Gali- The lane has around three shops selling deep fried stuffed breads locally known as Parathas so popular in much of north India. JB Kachori Wala- aka JUNG BAHADUR Kachori Wala is one of the most popular street food stalls in the by-lanes of Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi. It is very famous for its Kachoris & Aloo ki subzi (Potato dish).
Kedarnath Premchand Halwai- Kedarnath Prem Chand Halwai offers flavorsome Indian sweets garnished with saffron, pistachio and Almonds. Kanwarji’s: Kanwarji’s, as it’s known today is an age old tradition which began in Old Delhi in Chandni Chowk in 18th century. Natraj Café - Natraj Dahi Bhalle wala is probably the most famous Dahi bhalle wale in all of Delhi. It was started in 1940 and it only serves two things-Dahi Bhalla (Cooling Yogurt based savory snack) and Aloo tikki (Fried Potato Dumplings in different flavors). Pt. Ved Prakash Lemon Wale- Located in the foodie heaven of Chandni Chowk, another outlet that has stood the test of time is Ved Prakash Lemon Wale, having been around for more than a century famous for its Indian style lemonade.
Chaina Ram Halwai- Practically next to Fatehpuri Mosque stands a landmark for lovers of good old fashioned north Indian vegetarian food: Chaina Ram. Original Giani Rabri Faluda- Established in 1951 as Giani Di Hatti is most famous for its Rabri Faluda.
Karim’s Restaurant- Karim is place to go for the best Mughlai food in town, established by a chef who claimed to trace his ancestry from the chefs who cooked for the Mughal emperors. The ambience is functional but where Karim scores is in the food: in rich, fragrant curries and kebabs, delicately perfumed biryani, and more unusual delicacies.