I liked the foods we sampled but honestly noting really blew my taste buds away. Was expecting food being prepared by simple means, popular with the locals (like the street food Rick Stein’s sampled when he visited to India in search of the true India flavours). Most places we visited are established vendors, except a couple local ‘out there’ vendors.
However my taste palate is not that of everybody’s. I would recommend this food tour because it is a great way to explore Old and New Delhi, and try things you otherwise would have not tried.
The places we visited:
Shyam Sweets, Chawri Bazar Chowk Barshahbulla,adjoining Shyam Sweets New Delhi, Delhi 110006, India
Tel: +91 11 2327 0198
Jain Coffee House, Shop No-4013, Raghu Ganj, Chawri Bazar Rd, Dai Wara, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, DL 110006, India
Tel: +91 11 2391 8925
Kuremal Mohanlal Kulfiwale, 1165-66, Kucha Pati Ram, Sitaram Bazar Sitaram Bazar, New Delhi, DL 110006, India
Tel: +91 98 10 540106
Bengali Sweet House, Shop No 27-33,Tansen Marg, Bengali Market, New Delhi, Delhi 110001, India
Tel: +91 11 2331 1855
Al Kakori Al Kauser, Corner of Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, DL 110021, India
Mughal Takeaway Corner, New Friends Colony, New Friends Colony East New Delhi, DL India
I loved the organic ice cream, the walk to the roof tops of the spice trade markets, and letting the busy streets offer me a glimpse of what old-time England could have worked like.
This tour cost ₹9000 for the two of us.
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