Top Spots for Eating Chaat in Delhi - The Bag Packers

Thursday, June 4, 2020

Top Spots for Eating Chaat in Delhi


If you have visited Delhi but have never tasted the street food, then you really haven’t enjoyed the city. Something that runs in the veins of the city, street food and legendary chaat shops is what Delhi is known for. From Ram ladoos to the most majestic Mughlai preparation, the city has a blend of everything and the spectrum is so big that it can take you a while before you visit all of them. From theekhe (spicy) Gol Gappe to creamy Dahi Bhalle, the city has an iconic joint for different types of chaat, and the best part is that they are very budget-friendly. So friendly, that you can taste the best in under a hundred rupees. Let us look at some of the most iconic joints today.

  1. Natraj Dahi Bhalle Walla
    Want to taste the best Dahi Bhalle in Delhi? Visit the bylanes of Chandni Chowk and taste the Dahi Bhalle that are worth dying for. You can also have Aloo Tikki which is equally good. Dahi Bhalle is served with imli- gud and coriander chutney.

  2. Bittoo Tikki Wala
    Popularly known as BTW, the owner came from a small place called Ayodhya, he managed to scale his cart business into a franchise model. Today, it has become a brand name with more than 15 outlets by delivering consistent quality and taste.

  3. Vaishno Chaat Bhandar Kamla Nagar is a market which is famous for being reasonably affordable for the masses. Now if you crave for chaat and you happen to be in or near Kamla Nagar, you must visit this place. You can get mouth-watering Chatpata Gol Gappa Chaat and Bhalle Papri are two things the place is famous for. This place is near Chota Gali Chakkar, Kamla Nagar

       4. UPSC Chaat Wala
           This chaat wala starts serving its customers only in the noon and has a long queue waiting                  for it to hog its tasty chaat. Every item on its menu is great to taste but some things like Aloo              Tikki which is served with sweet imli chutney and mint chutney. And if you have a sweet                      tooth, then you must also taste Kulfi Falooda.






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