Enjoy two different sides of Delhi through its delectable local cuisines in this evening street food sampling of Old and New Delhi. Walk through the streets North Campus(Delhi University) to taste local dishes like Shwarma’s,Paneer Tikka,Momo’s and Bhelpuri! Explore the crowded streets of Old Delhi to try some of the most traditional street food like Paranthas and Jalebis!
Explore the best of India and its culture through its food in this exciting evening food tour of Old and New Delhi! Starting at 3:00 in the day, the tour will begin with your guide picking you up from the meeting point in Connaught place or your hotel in Delhi(if you chose pick-up option). Take a fun ride in metro (subway) and then a small rickshaw ride to reach your first destination, Delhi University (North Delhi).
Being a region fully surrounded by college students, the food also gives essence of modernization with fusioning of the food been done. You would start with tatsing of Lebanese type wrap,locally known as Shwarma. Proceed to your next stop to try some delicious wrapped bread containing veggies or meat whatever you like.
As you move forward,stop at a local eatery selling Dimsums or locally known as Momos started by a lady who migrated from Nepal in year 1992 to Delhi. Try sampling some puffed rice based dish, a Bombay snack known as Bhel Puri wandering through the streets of Kamla Nagar. If you’re female, then it’s the best local market you can explore and your guide would be helping in every possible manner to learn the art of bargaining.
After filling up your bellies with all these delicious food items and exploring the local market, make your way back to the metro and head to Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi. Walk through the crazy by-lanes of Old Delhi and make your first stop at a century old eatery for Jalebis (Deep fried dish made of corn flour , dipped in sugar syrup) and Samosa ( triangular deep fried bread stuffed with potatoes, and peas.
Post this, walk towards the Paranthe wali Gali,for starters Lemon,Cashews,Chilly bread stuffed with these.After this, move ahead to try some Aaloo tikki (round deep fried cakes made of lentils and potatoes, served with tangy sauce of tamarind and mint and ginger slices).
Follow your guide and hop on a rickshaw ride to the spice market and learn more about the history of this amazing place and if you wish you can also sample them back to your home. Finish your tour with the famous Lassi (a sweet yogurt drink to balance out that deep fried food!).
– Snacks & beverages from Old Delhi and New Delhi.
– Travelling expense of both metro and rickshaw ride.
– Private English speaking local guide.
– Gratuities (recommended)
– Outside United Coffee House, Connaught Place. If you’re travelling by metro, please exit from gate no. 4 of Rajiv Chowk Metro station.
– Comfortable walking shoes/slippers recommended
– Knees and shoulders to be covered at all places of worship