Five Delicious Street Foods That Every Person Visiting Hotels Near Delhi Airport

by Manish Kumar Marketing Head

When it comes to street food, India has a lot of varieties available that are famous all over the world. Delhi, in particular, is famous for its scrumptious street food varieties. So while you book your accommodation at one of the hotels near Anand Vihar railway station while visiting Delhi, you shouldn’t miss out on trying the street food available.

Here are five delicious street foods that every person visiting Delhi must try-


Also known as Pani Puri, Golgappa is a crispy fried puffed ball and is famous street food in Delhi. This bite-sized puffed ball is filled with potato, onions, chillies, spices and chickpeas. It is served with flavoured mint or tamarind water. This street-food is served on the spot by dipping the puffed ball in flavoured water and you can even get Gol Gappa customised to make it spicier or less spicy as per your preference. If you’re visiting Delhi, you can find this street food around hotels near Anand Vihar railway station as well. While you relish this scrumptious street-food, remember to ask for that extra piece of Papdi to soothe your tongue if you had it spicy.

Kachori With Sabzi:
Made with all-purpose flour or whole wheat flour, Kachori is a popular Indian street food found widely in the streets of Delhi. Invented decades ago by the Marwaris, the filling inside the Kachori is made of ingredients like Moong Dal, Urad Daal, Mawa, onion and Indian spices. This Kachori is deep-fried in oil. The Sabzi is a gravy curry made with spicy potatoes or different types of chutneys. You can find this street food in many places including Chandni Chowk, Kamla Nagar Market and Connaught Place. Enjoy this spicy dish for breakfast or snacks. You might want to check out hotels near Delhi airport for your convenience.

Samosa With Chole:
Samosa, another famous street-food in Delhi consists of a fried dough which is filled with vegetables like carrots peas, potatoes and a lot of Indian spices. The fried dough is usually made of wheat flour. There are many different variations of samosa available but vegetable samosa is the most common one. Chole is a mix of chickpeas with spices added and served with chopped onions. Together Samosa with Chole makes a delicious combination. If you’re looking for some great vegetarian snacks in Delhi, Samosa with Chole is a must-try.

What’s street food without having something sweet? Kulfi is believed to have originated from Persia. If you have a sweet tooth, this frozen dessert is a must try and melts slower than regular ice-creams. It is made up of sugar, natural flavours and pure cooked milk is an important ingredient. If you’re in Delhi, the must-try flavours would be mango, Paan, Kesar Badam Pista and many more. If you’re health-conscious there are places which serve a sugar-free version of Kulfi too. Check out hotels near Delhi airport to visit this city soon and don’t forget to try Kulfis!

This famous street food can be found in a lot of varieties filled with fillings like mashed potatoes, cauliflowers and other unique fillings. You can try them at the Parathewali Gali in Chandni Chowk.  A Parantha is a layered flatbread usually made of ghee, flour, salt and water.  But it also has other variations which are made with all-purpose flour and eggs which are known as Mughlai Paranthas or Malabar Parotta.

So while you explore the capital territory of India, these are some of the street foods that you must try. You can stay at one of the hotels near Anand Vihar railway station and visit famous places of attraction, go shopping and try mouth-watering dishes.

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