Delhi is unlocked now, and you can go to your favourite spots to have some mouth-watering golgappas. Different names know Golgappas in various regions. They are known as gol gappa in Delhi, Pani puri in Mumbai, pani ke batashe in Uttar Pradesh, or puchkas in Bengal, but their taste remains the same, i.e. tangy, sweet, and spicy. These round atta or suji puri, filled with chopped, boiled potato, tamarind sauce, and chickpeas, are dipped in the pudina jeera water. And we bet you can’t deny these five tempting watery snacks. 

1. Bengali Market (Mandi House)

It's among the most popular and oldest markets in central New Delhi (famous for its northern street food). You can eat or get your favourite sweets packed from Nathu’s Sweets or Bengali sweet house. These shops also sell iconic gol gappas, chaat and tikki. 

2. Ashok Chat Bhandar (Chawri Bazar Metro Station, Hauz Qazi, Chandni Chowk)

If you are travelling to Chandni chowk, you can’t skip going to Ashok chaat bhandar. Here you can find immense varieties of golgappas, such as “Dahi ke Gol Gappe, papdi chaat'' and many more unique items that satisfy your inner cravings. They have been selling golgappas for more than five decades and still counting. 

3. Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar (Manohar Market, Hauz Qazi, Chandni Chowk)

It is a hug of the spotlight. Lala Babu Chaat makes you fall in love with pani puri. After eating golgappas here, you will forget the taste of other places. They stand out from the crowd with their spicy Jal jeera water, which is worth it. 

4. Rasili Chaat (Vasant Kunj)

Exactly like the name of the shop, their pain puris are rasili in taste. Golgappas at a reasonable price here have hygienic, clean seating space for the customers to enjoy their yummy food. This is a famous stall in south Delhi. 

Scorch the heat with the tangy golgappas in Delhi, but by taking all the precautions of COVID-19!