Most Famous Food Stops of Purani Dilli 

By: Priya Raghuvanshi 

Delhi 6 is renowned for its rich culinary heritage and street food culture. The streets are filled with aromas and flavors that tempt food enthusiasts from all over the world.

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Stuffed with various fillings like potato, paneer, or lentils, these crispy flatbreads are served with tangy pickles and yogurt. 

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Parathas at Paranthe Wali Gali

From spicy aloo tikki and crispy golgappas to tangy papdi chaat, the street vendors here offer a delightful array of savory snacks.

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Chaat at Chandni Chowk

kebabs, made from meat marinated with aromatic spices and grilled to perfection, are a must-try. Pair them with baked naan for a delectable experience.

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Kebabs at Jama Masjid

Soft dumplings immersed in yogurt, garnished with tamarind chutney, & sprinkled with a blend of spices, offers a balance of sweet, sour, & savory flavors.

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Dahi Bhalla at Natraj

These deep-fried, puffy breads made with urad dal flour are typically served with spicy potato curry and a side of pickles.

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Bedmi Poori at Kanhaiya Lal Durga Prasad Dixit

This dessert consists of layers of sweetened milk, vermicelli, basil seeds, and rose syrup, topped with creamy rabri. It's a indulgent treat.

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