Delhi is a city of vivid heritage and people from different states who live here have brought along with them a variety of cuisines to the city and there’s nothing you cannot find here. So if you visit Purani Dilli or Old Delhi or what was once called Shahjahanabad, you will find a number of shops selling a variety of dishes. Some of the streets and places are exclusively dedicated to these food items.
For instance, the famous Paranthewali Gali, is one such place where you can find a number of shops selling various kinds of paranthas, a type of traditional Indian bread. As you go near Jama Masjid you will see shops selling a variety of non-vegetarian items starting from Tandoori dishes and Kebabs at Karim’s to authentic Mughalai sweetmeats at Ghantewala Sweet. Each lane in Purani Dilli has its own range of cuisines. If you go to Ballimaran, you have Nehari at Bismillah and authentic Afghani Pilao and Green tea at Pathanwadi.
If you want to have something spicier, then head to the Chaat Corner near Chandini Chowk Metro Station. For your sweet tooth, you can have Rabri Faludas at Giani near Fatehpuri Masjid. Apart from this, Dilli Haat is one place where you can taste all types of state specific food items .
If the Indian cuisine is too spicy for your taste, you can have Continental, European and other Asian cuisines. In addition to this, all of the popular fast-food giants such as Subway and Mc. Donald’s, have their outlets in Delhi too.
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Delhi does not have a particular cuisine to its name. The food of New Delhi has mad multiple identities for itself. It comprises of South Indian food, Punjabi food, Gujarati food, Rajasthani food and so on, or one may assume that you can have every cuisine for India in Delhi.
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