Tejasswi Prakash Relishes Momos, Chai & More In CP, New Delhi
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Actor Tejasswi Prakash is known for her exemplary work in Hindi television and Marathi movies. She has worked in TV series like Naagin 6, Swaragini, Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka, Kasam, and more. The actor is not only a revered fashionista and fitness enthusiast but also a foodie. Her recent food haul in New Delhi is proof of her ultimate love for food.

Not only had she fun while exploring the lanes of Connaught Place (CP), New Delhi, in the scorching heat but also enjoyed the street food. Here recent endeavours can make any foodie jealous and inspire them to go on a food haul across the bustling lanes of the capital.

Tejasswi Prakash’a Delhi Food Haul

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In an exclusive chat with the Hindustan Times, the actor mentioned that she had always been a fan of food in the capital. “Foodie people are the best kind of people,” she said. On her ride through Delhi's busy streets, she visited many restaurants and indulged in many delicacies. “It was great to come here and embrace the foodie child in me,” she added. 

Her food haul came to a halt at a chaat counter where she gulped down gol gappas, which she said were her favourites. To all the people who say that Bombay’s food is better than Delhi's, Tejasswi Prakash set the battle by announcing the capital as the winner. “Delhi has food that Bombay doesn’t have,” she said.

The actor said, “You have to be smarter about what to eat where in Mumbai, but in Delhi you will get good food anywhere you go. There’s so much competition among various eateries here in the capital. Big roads are also what Delhi has, we don’t have that in Mumbai. On the other hand, Mumbai has me, and that’s a great thing to have,” she said jokingly.

Tejasswi Prakash Recommends Restaurants In New Delhi

The actor visited many joints and said that Kaake Da Hotel is her go-to spot because she loves the food served there. She suggested trying Karim’s in Khan Market and called Cyber Hub in Gurugram the one-stop destination for partying. 

The actor was spotted relishing momos, kulhad chai, bedmi poori, and other street food delicacies. She shared her experience of exploring New Delhi and Agra in a single trip. The actor remembered that she had her first suji gol gappa at the India Gate. She called the holiday “a very touristy trip for the whole family.”