The Capital city of India is a package of fun which awaits for people. Delhi is certainly one of the best places to visit if you want to enjoy food, shopping, and other fun-filled activities. For people who are foodaholic and wish to taste the best than Old Delhi is the place for you. There are many food joints in Old Delhi where you can enjoy the iety of food which is just delicious. So given below is the list of places which you must visit in so-called Purani Delhi.
The well-known butter chicken was born out of a fortune in this kitchen. The restaurant was originally famous for its Tandoori Chicken. These were preserved in marinade trays by adding butter and tomato in it. Then in this sauce, the tandoor-cooked chicken chunks were tossed which led to the making of buttery, creamy goodness that leaves us licking our fingers as it is just scrumptious. This place is situated in Netaji Subhash Marg, Daryaganj, Near Golcha Cinema.
When you will move in Urdu Bazaar opposite Gate No. 1 of Jama Masjid and also endeavor along the side street called Matia Mahal, you'll find a number of hawkers who set up their tandoors there around late evening. For all the meat lovers this is the best place. From Mutton Barrah to Tikkas, you will get crazy eating. Your tummy will fill but your taste buds will not. Al Jawahar is particularly the best place there. The mutton delicacies served there are Gurda Kaleji, Biryani, Korma, Chicken Changazi and much more. You will just love the taste. This place exactly located at Jama Masjid Matia Mahal Road, Opposite Gate No.1.
This place was started in 1790 and is one of the oldest sweet shops in India. From Mughal Emperors to Indian Ministers, it has pleased may the sweet tooth of every person. It is known for its ‘Sohan halwa’ and 'Karachi halwa' along with badaam barfi, kalakand, pista samosa and mootichoor ladoo. This place was initiated by Lala Sukh Lal Jain from Amber and is now being run by his fifth generation. It is located at Katra Shah N Shah, Chandni Chowk,
'Khurchan' basically means leftover scrap. This exclusive sweet that they give out here is just made by milk. It is a sticky sweet, khurchan is simple to make. Boil the milk, scrape off the leftovers from the karahi and sprinkle with powdered sugar and pistachios. Bite into the soft, gooey texture and then you will be in heaven. This small organization was set up about 90 years ago by Gauri Shankar Jain, a migrant Uttar Pradesh. He named the shop after his son, Hazari Lal. This place is situated in Kinari Bazaar, Chandni Chowk.
Thus if you are a food lover and you live to eat, you should certainly visit these places. You will just love the taste and would wish for more and more.