These 5 Places In Delhi Are Known To Serve The Best Aloo Puri
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Puri bhaji, also known as aloo puri is an Indian subcontinent dish made up of puri (deep-fried flour rounds) and aloo (potato) bhaji (a spiced potato dish that may be dry or curried). The name puri is derived from the Sanskrit word pūrikā, from pura which means "filled". In North India, it is a traditional breakfast dish. For breakfast, many Indian homes prefer puri bhaji and other traditional meals over cereals. Some people eat it for lunch with dahi (yoghurt) and salad as a side dish. Puri bhaji is a popular street dish in Central India. It is a vegetarian meal that is famous in India due to its inexpensive cost and delicious spicy taste. Aloo puri or puri bhaji holds a special position in every Indian household. It is often regarded as a festive meal that is served widely during ceremonial rituals. Aloo puri is many people's comfort food because it is a perfect combination of spicy potato curry and puri which is sometimes served with pickles or curd. The emotions associated with aloo puri are also very strong because it is usually served during family gatherings or Sunday brunch where the whole family sits together and enjoys the meal.


Here are some places that serve the best Aloo puri in Delhi

Sardar Ki Aloo Puri

Sardaar Ki Aloo Poori, which does not have an official name, is a small, almost run-down eatery in Daryaganj that serves superb aloo puri every Sunday. The puris are steaming hot, perfectly crisped, and out of this world. The aloo sabzi is spicy and tangy enough to startle your taste buds. Finish your meal with a glass of meethi lassi and enjoy your Sunday Brunch.

Price for two- 100

Ram Swaroop Halwai

This is an iconic gem hidden among the chaos of Chawri Bazaar. The owners have been in the business for almost 80 years, and eating Aloo Bedmi here is a unique experience. The pooris are crunchy and spicy, and the Aloo Sabzi is perfectly balanced. To make the dish even more delicious, eat it with pickles and raw onions.

Price for two- 40

Ram Parshad Makhan Lal

This small eatery in Chandni Chowk has been in operation since 1942, and as a result, they have mastered the technique of preparing Bedmi Poori and Aloo Subzi, which is a popular dish among the locals. Make sure to complete your lunch with a platter of delectable Nagori Halwa, which is a great way to start your Sunday.

Price for two- 60

Jain Saab Poori Wale

One of the most well-known places in the city for authentic Aloo Poori is Jain Saab Poore Wale in Daryaganj. In Delhi, there are many poori wallas,  and Jain Saab is undisputedly the 'King'! A hefty breakfast of crispy bedmi with aloo chhole sabzi, washed down with a glass of lassi is everything you need for a perfect Sunday brunch.

Price for two- 80

Tewari sweets

This is a great place to eat Bedmi Poori and Aloo Subzi in a hygienic and relaxed setting. Their Bedmi Poori Subzi is delectable, and it's not overly spiced, which is a plus. The dish is served with raita and pickle, and the pooris are crispy and satisfying.

Price for two- Rs 70