Delhi Food Walks
These three street food veterans within a three-mile radius of India Gate form part of an important subculture in the city. Central Delhi is ble ed with eating spots that have gone on to become imp...
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With Durga Puja kicking off, there is no better time to visit this mini-Kolkata of South Delhi, where you can pay homage to the goddess as well as to Bengali cuisine. And if you think that all you'll find are sandesh and fish dishes, you are very mistaken. Delhi Food Walks decided to take a little trip down the gallis of Chittaranjan Park (named after the patriot or deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das) to bust this myth and to guide you to the best places for delicious Bengali specialities.
Over the course of our Sunday in Purani Dilli, we walked eight kilometres and tried nine different places spread across Jama Masjid, Chawri Bazar, Chandni Chowk and Daryaganj. It was the best one-day stopover I've ever had in a city till date.