The streets of old Delhi has their own story! The ‘Purani Galiya’ of Chandni Chowk is a hub for food lovers and a paradise of Indian to Mughlai cuisines. We took a food spin to the most famous and least explored places in the capital. Do you know that food lovers around the world come to taste these foods? Here are 6 street joints in Chandni chowk that you must try: 

Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar

If you are craving to eat authentic chaat, this Lala babu chaat bhandar is the place. Here you find crispy spicy, tempting chaat, including golgappa, Dahi Bhalla, samosa, kachori, pav bhaji, and so forth. Moreover, the reasonable costs make this spot worth it. 

Lotan Chole Kulche

Situated near Chawri Bazar metro station, this place is a hidden gem to explore. Lotan ke chole kulche is known for its spicy chole that comes in varying spices, from low, medium to extra spicy. This place is crowded and famous for the best street foods in Chandni chowk. 

Haji Tea Point

Haji tea point is a 2-min walk from the Jama Masjid. This place serves kick-ass sooji halwa, poori, sabzi, and omelette- toast along with tea in the morning. Haji tea point also has shahi tukda for your dessert cravings.

Kuremal's Mohanlal Kulfi Wale

Craving for kulfi in the summer season? The Mohanlal Kulfi wale is boggled with a massive variety of kulfi options. Every kulfi has its natural fruit taste to experience. 

Kake Di Hatti 

Perhaps this is the most iconic Dhaba in Chandni Chowk. Kake Di Hatti has a reputation for serving high-quality Indian food. They offer king-sized stuffed naans and Dal Makhani to satisfy all your cravings.

Old Famous Jalebi Wala

The old famous jalebi wala is located right in the crowded market street of Chandni Chowk. We Indians can’t resist some desi jalebis. Here, you can find crispy and incredibly irresistible jalebis. Seating is not available, so be ready to gorge on jalebi and samosa on the street. 

So experience the real taste of Delhi by heading to these places right away!