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The ultimate destination for Delhi food
The legendary shop was set up in 1956 by Giani Gurcharan Singh who earlier used to make sweets in Lyallpur (now Faisalabad), Pakistan.
Located in the wholesale spice market of Delhi, Khari Baoli, this eatery has loyalists for its Malpuas, the recipe for which has been handed down the generations.
This famous sweet shop in Chitli Qabar does brisk business in mornings by selling Puri Chhole made using desi ghee and a range of traditional sweets all-day long.
Come out of Chandni Chowk Metro Station and find this shop on your right just before you hit the main market. It sells just two street food items - Dahi bhalle and hot aloo tikkis.
What is Holi without Gujiya and Thandai? Well, Holi is almost here and Delhi is going crazy shopping colors and water balloons and of course, not to miss the delicious Gujiya.
Chicken as its synonym. Succulent pieces of chicken, first marinated then roasted and then finally enveloped in a silky tomato-cream gravy……oh my good god!
A Monster Deep Dish Pizza worthy of the title. 2 layers of crust stuffed with your favorite toppings and finished with a rich, garlicky sauce. More than 1 inch thick, and weighs up to a kilo!
This 60-year-old shop was set up by current owner Ramandeep Singh's grandfather who used to sell dry fruits but eventually turned to selling churan as the main business.
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