Best chatwallas in chandni chowk


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               Natraj Chaat

One of the most famous and oldest shop in chandni chowk. It serves the spongy dahi bhalla, which is melted in your mouth & leave a pleasant taste, and their crispy Aloo tikki with Green and Imli ki chutney. There chaat is elegently tasty. Thousands of people visit there to taste there delicious chaats.


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              Old jalebi wala

The jalebi shop has been since there 1884 . And they make very luscious jalebi in desi ghee. There is only one outlet in chandni chowk and always occupied with the visiters specially in winters. There shop is very popular.. and their delicious jalebi make you visit again & again.


  Jung bhadur khachori wala

It situated in kinari bazzar, when women visit there for shopping must check out to their kachori, which is scrummy in taste. They make loads if kachori in a very big khadai and served with spicy aalo ki sabji, its taste is so delicious and especially in winters people mostly visit there in the morning for breakfast.

 Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar

This chaat bhandar Also known as Radha Swamy Chaat Bhandar, it is one of the oldest eateries in Chandni chowk.  If you visit chandni chowk, not miss the crispy Papri chaat served at Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar. Crispy fried dough wafers are served with boiled potatoes & chick peas c yoghurt and Imli chutney. This place is highly popular among the locals for the traditional flavor which you can’t found anywhere else.

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             Parathe Wali Gali

Paranthe wali Gali is the name of a narrow street in the Chandni Chowk area of Delhi.
It’s famous because of there varieties of parathas such as Aloo paratha, pyaj paratha, dal paratha, began paratha, paneer paratha, which is made by deep-frying and served with Aloo ki sabji, green chutney, Imli ki chutney and some pickles as well. The lane is densely populated and popular amongst the tourists.



                 Kulle ki Chaat

Fruit and vegetables this time which includes tomato, cucumber, potato, and orange – were first hollowed out.
Each fruit cup is stuffed with chaat masala, spices, kala namak, lime juice, boiled chickpeas, and some pomegranate seeds as well. The vendor use his finger to mix up all the ingredients or masalas and the chat is filled with different flavours.

 Lala babu Chaat Bhandar

Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar serves one of the most spicy and authentic version of Chaats. it’s a tiny but famous roadside street-food joint in the streets of Chandi Chowk, Old Delhi. They serve various kinds of Chaat such as Golgappas, Somosa, Kachori, Aloo Tikki, Bhalla Papari, Pav Bhaji and Fruit Chaat.



 Bhishan Swaroop fruit chaat

Bishan Swaroop Fruit Chaat Corner in Chandni Chowk is equally famous for its Aloo chaat, Aloo ke Kuleey, Aam Chaat, Aloo kulcha, Shakarkandi Chaat and my favorite one Fruit Chaat. There chaat is very pleasant in taste.


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