Dolma Aunty To QDs: 10 Iconic Momo Places In Delhi
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India's capital, Delhi, is one of the best places to be if you want to experience culture, lifestyle, and cuisine that cater to every taste bud. People from all over the country come here, and hence the cuisine of this place is a mix of everything—a perfect blend of taste and love.

Apart from the really popular local dishes like chhole bhature, chhole kulche, different types of stuffed parathe, and snacks like ram laddu, Delhi also has a special talent for welcoming food and then giving it its own twist. One such iconic dish is momo, which now has several different varieties available in many shops in the city.

Momo is a Tibetan dumpling dish with a light all-purpose flour covering and stuffing that is made of meat or vegetables. It is usually eaten steamed with a side of clear soup and a red-hot chilli-garlic chutney. But in Delhi, you will find many more varieties of this same dish—fried momo, tandoori momo, Afghani momo, kurkure momo, and gravy momo being some of them. If you want to try out momo in Delhi, here are our top 10 recommendations.

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Dolma Aunty Momos

An iconic shop that has many branches, including two very famous ones, the first one in Lajpat Nagar and the second in Majnu ka Tilla, Dolma Aunty Momos has a legacy of its own. Established in 1994, when momo fever had not yet caught the capital city, this chain has successfully completed three decades and is still one of the most popular spots to visit for good old-fashioned steamed momos.

Dolma Aunty's Momos:

Phone Number: 09810654581

Location: Lajpat Nagar 1, New Delhi

Price: ₹300 for two people

Timing: 12:30–10 PM


One of the very first restaurants to begin serving tandoori momos, QDs, made the dish popular amongst the entire college-going crowd in the city. For years, it has been the main place to visit if you are craving tandoori momos and do not want to spend a lot of money. With several outlets, including Satya Niketan and Lajpat, the place is perfect for college kids.


Phone Number: 01145002315

Location: Multiple Outlets

Price: ₹1,000 for two people

Timing: 11:30 AM – 11:30 PM

Hunger Strike

Started as a small joint in Amar Colony, Hunger Strike is known for its creamy and rich Afghani momos. Served with chunks of onion and bell pepper roasted in the tandoor, the momo is a must-try. The plus point of the place is that the momos are extremely filling, and a plate is enough to serve two people.

Hunger Strike:

Phone Number: 09958270290

Location: C-9 Lajpat Nagar-IV Main Market, Amar Colony, New Delhi, Delhi 110024

Price: ₹200 for one order

Timing: 1 PM–11:30 PM


A small yet beautiful place located in the mini-Tibet of Delhi, Majnu ka Tilla, this restaurant has one of the best varieties of Tibetan food that you can try anywhere in the city. From their thalis to their thukpa, everything is amazing. And if you want to try authentic momo, this is the place to visit!

Tee Dee:

Phone Number: 09560821790

Location: H-32, New Aruna Colony, Majnu-ka-tilla, New Aruna Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi, 110025

Price: ₹500 for two people

Timing: 9 AM–10 PM

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Rigo Restaurant

Another amazing place located in Majnu ka Tilla, the warm and cosy vibes of this restaurant perfectly align with the kind of comforting food that they serve. While it goes without saying that momos here are delicious and served in an authentic manner, in a bamboo basket, other dishes that you can try out are the soft-shell tacos and pork ribs.

Rigo Restaurant:

Phone Number: NA

Location: 180, Nyingma House, Tibetan Old Camp, Majnu-ka-tilla, New Delhi, Delhi 110054

Price: ₹1,200 for two people

Timing: 12 noon–9:50 PM

Yo Tibet

Located in the South Delhi equivalent of Majnu ka Tilla in terms of food, Yo Tibet in Humayunpur is a great, pocket-friendly place to try out momo as well as wontons and shabaley. Being great in both quantity and quality, Yo Tibet has become super popular quickly. 

Yo Tibet:

Phone Number: 09990613558

Location: 119-A, Upper Ground Floor, Near N.C.C. Gate Village, Humayunpur, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi, Delhi 110029

Price: ₹500 for two people

Timing: 12–11:30 PM

Yeti: The Himalayan Kitchen

With six wonderful outlets in Delhi, the food from this place screams authentic. Nepali thali and soft, delicate momos are the highlights of their exquisite menu, and the ambience in all the outlets is such that you can relax and have a good time enjoying your food. Their aloo momo is a must-try.

Yeti: The Himalayan Kitchen:

Phone Number: 09355663325

Location: Multiple outlets

Price: ₹2,500 for two people

Timing: 12 to 11 PM

Brown Sugar

If you want to enjoy momos and maintain a healthy diet at the same time, then you can try the wheat momos available at Brown Sugar. Light, good for your tummy, and without any compromise when it comes to taste, you have to try it to believe the magic of this place.

Brown Sugar:

Phone Number: 08595816143

Location: Multiple outlets

Price: ₹400 for two people

Timings: 9–3 AM

Momo’s Point

A very famous outlet in Kamla Nagar, right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Delhi University’s North Campus, not only can you find varieties of momos like gravy, chilli, tandoori, and fried, but you can also enjoy their sandwiches, burger combos, and shakes. A place catering to college students; even youngsters from South Campus especially visit the place to try out the famous momos.

Momo's Point:

Phone Number: 08851330111

Location: 27 UB, Jawahar Nagar, Kamla Nagar, New Delhi

Price: ₹500 for two people

Timings: 11 AM – 10 PM

Lha Kitchen

A super popular place in Safdarjung, Lha has delicious kothey momos that you absolutely need to try out. From filling thalis to noodles and coolers, this place has several other food options. But be ready to plan your visit in advance; the place always has a wait time due to its popularity.  

Lha Kitchen:

Phone Number: 01141254905

Location: 168, 1st floor, Humayunpur, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi, Delhi 110029 

Price: ₹ 1,100 for two people

Timings: 1–5 PM, 6–10:30 PM