Desi snacks always hit us differently. Samosas, paneer pakora, or paani puri, we simply can’t get enough of them. We are lucky enough to enjoy them anytime we want, as they are easily available in almost every nook and cranny of the country. Delhi being the hotspot for foodies of all kinds, is especially blessed when it comes to Kachori places. There are a plethora of cafes and top-notch restaurants serving them. The crunchy delight has a fan-base of its own in the city. So, if you want to grab a bite of this delicious savoury while in Delhi, here are some of the best places that offer lip-smacking kachoris.

1. Kachori Wala Hanuman Mandir

This place is located at the heart of the city, Connaught Place (CP). No matter when you go, Sharma Ji’s kiosk is always crowded by people, such is the demand of his scrumptious kachori. His kiosk is right in front of the Hanuman Mandir and often the devotees give a little visit to the kiosk as well. The kachori offered by him has a flavourful mix of dal, potatoes and masalas which is served with sumptuous aloo sabzi.

2. Multan Moth Bhandar

Paharganj is adjacent to CP and this place is also a hub for foodies. If you are tight on budget, this is a place to be. Multan Moth Bhandar situated in Gali Number 6, Pharganj, is widely known for their wholesome kachoris. The crispy ball is infused with boiled rice, lentil beans, topped with imly chutney, raw onions and a dash of their in-house chaat masala. To make this tantalizing they also serve the combo with pickled green chillies. Slurping already?

3. Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala

If you manage to brave through the crowd of Chandni Chowk, then you will surely be rewarded by the delicious kachori offered by Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala. They serve the kachori with a gracious amount of tangy aloo sabzi with a medley of chutneys. The combination gives a chaat-like feel. So, you will be getting a 2-in-1 offer. We are pretty sure you won’t be stopping with just one helping.

4. Dhan Singh Kachori

The cobbled lane of the famous 'Mandir Wali Gali' of Yusuf Sarai has many eateries to whet your appetite.  Dhan Singh Kachori wala offers a delicious plate of kachoris which is adored by its loyal customers. You should definitely get your hands on some as the shop is quite famous for other savouries as well, but since morning to evening, it is pretty much their kachoris that are a cause of commotion in that galli. 

5. Fateh Ki Kachori

If you heard the adage ‘old is gold,’ then Fateh Ki Kachori is the real-life example of it. The humble eating joint, situated at Raj Niwas Marg, next to Gujarati Samaj Building, has been selling piping hot ‘Kachori-Chhole’ for five decades. His classic variant of kachori consists of boiled chole, mixed with salt and flavourful masalas, which is topped with crunchy kachoris. Lastly, garnished with finely chopped onions, green chillies and tangy amchoor chutney. We recommend you to visit this place a little early, as they begin selling their delicious kachoris from 10.30 AM and the batch is finished by 2-3 PM daily.