Delhi Food Trail at Chandni Chowk – Chapter 1

Hello Guys… Goodmorning ๐Ÿ˜˜
Recently I went to the famous ‘Chandni Chowk’ of Delhi.

The scrumptious smell, when you pass through the ‘Paranthey Wali Gali’ is as inviting as the ‘Jalebi Wala’ on the corner road.

This affordable market is famous for buying dresses, pieces of jewellery, bags and household stuff.

As you exit from the metro station to the hustled narrow roads, you spot Hanuman Mandir parallel to which is ‘Natraj Bhalley Wala’. I am not a Bhalla fan but they taste yummy. The ‘Thandi Dahi’ in scorching heat soothes your mind.

It’s a place where you find street food stalls after every ten steps. If you are not a street food fan, you can enjoy the same food at ‘Haldirams’, which is opposite to the ‘Gurudwara Sis Ganj’.

Do not forget to treat yourself to the national drink of Indiaย ‘Lassi’ย and state drink of Delhi – ‘Banta’.ย ๐Ÿ™‚

If your taste bud needs a hint of something spicy, saucy, Chatpata and full of flavours. You need to binge on ‘Aloo Chaat’.

Moving on I want to keep this blog as my first photo blog, so without further ado let’s have a look at all the food items I had there:

That’s all from ‘The Chandni Chowk Market!’

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