Delhi’s most loved food joints by every generation.

1. Sita Ram Diwan Chand (chandni chowk)

The most loved breakfast and lunch item has without a doubt has been the humble chole-bhature. People have been obsessed with this eatery for decades now. And it’s all worth it.

2. Bittoo Tikki Wala (BTW)

It all started with a small stall in Pitampura, but the taste and hype made it grow by leaps and bound. The Tikki has been a favorite of many for years.

3. Karims.

This place has been a compulsory stop for every mughlai lover and a non-vegetarians. There melt in mouth delicacies have made the brand famous all across the globe.

4. Roshan di Kulfi.

This popular food joint situated in the main market of Karol bagh, has been a hotspot for wedding shoppers, visitors, shopkeepers as well as foreign tourists for many years. One could never a vacant table ever, and had to atleast wait for 15-20 mintues to be seated.

5. Kake Da Hotel

Situated in the outer circle of Connaught place. Kake Da hotel has been serving one of the best korma and curry dishes for decades now. It is one of the most visited restaurants in delhi, despite having no fancy decor. Take me now!!!

6. Pandara Road

Lot of nostalgia is attached to place, especially for 80’s and 90’s kids. Gulati and Pindi being the most popular ones.

7. Parikrama revolving Restaurant (CP)

It was one the coolest restaurant of it’s time. Not only did it offer the great food but also breathing taking view of Delhi.

8. Lotan Chole Kulche

Serving the spicy and tangy chole kulche since 1920 in Chawri Bazar, it needs no introduction to the foodies who have queued for long time just to try its special meal.

9. Parantha wali gali

Though the covid times are all about mainting distance and hygiene, but a simple though of trying those buttery and crispy paranthas, make our hearts gluttony.

10. Aggarwal sweets

I know it’s not a legendary place like all others, but every birthday party of late 80’s or 90’s kid did consist of a few items from this place, including small rasgullas (2pc. Per kid) , chowmein (not noodles), wafers ( handful), patties or pav bhaji. All in a crimped silver paper plate. Yes??

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