Chandni Chowk, or Old Delhi, or Delhi-6. The vicinity around the Red Fort and Jama Masjid is famous for its shopping genre as well as for the street food around there. Seriously, for me, it’s only the street food that attracts me over there, Malai Chapp, Tandoori Naan, Bedmi Poori, Paranthe, and the list goes on and on.
One could reach this food heaven, preferably by Metro, where the nearest station is Chandni Chowk itself, on Yellow Line. Few steps after you check out from the station, you can see many street vendors serving soft drinks, street food etc.
Here is one of the best dishes of Chandni Chowk you ought to try.
|Bedmi Poori with Aloo: Chandni Chowk|
One of the favourite dishes for the food lovers out there, also a Chandni Chowk Exclusive for the vegetarians. Bedmi or grounded wet dal Poori filled with Dal Ki Pitthi makes a great combination when served with Aloo Ki Sabzi and Suji Ka Halwa. Also, the environment that Chandni Chowk provides brings out the typical flavour of this Street food. Here, the word environment means, the dust and the “streety” stuff.
|Shiv Mishthan Bhandar: Chandni Chowk|
But if you love hygiene and the street taste at the same time then, Shiv Misthan Bhandar, with Zomato’s rating, 3.7/5, is the best option to choose. It’s advisable to reach the shop as early as possible, in order to beat the crowd. And the best time to visit the shop is around 10 A.M.
Generally, the one who is travelling to Chandni Chowk is always suggested to, visit Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib, and along with that, the Street Foods, especially ‘Bedmi Pooris’, because if you gonna miss those, you really gonna missed the best Pooris in the Country.