4 of the Best Street Food Finds in Delhi

4 of the Best Street Food Finds in Delhi


(gentle music) – [Narrator] In India’s
capital city of New Delhi, you’ll find a cultural mix
of history and modernity. At the heart of this intersection, we find vendors who are
serving amazing dishes to this city of 25 million people, and who aren’t afraid
to mess with tradition. Starting with a classic,
stuffed with a twist. (upbeat music) – [Narrator] Keeping with the theme, here’s an ice cream shop
that serves its dessert in a slightly different manner. (upbeat music) – [Narrator] On the west side of the city there is a one-of-a-kind dish
elevating vegetarian food. (gentle music) – [Narrator] Finally, if you venture into the older part of the city, you’ll find this traditional fruit stand, serving up an inspired snack. (upbeat music) (logo chiming)

100 thoughts on “4 of the Best Street Food Finds in Delhi

  1. These are certainly not the best…..the best street food in Delhi according to my experience are Daulat ki chaat(oye hoye!), Raab, parathe wali gali ke parathe, and tandoori dishes of some restaurants….πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“
    These may be unique but definitely not best..

  2. I will mix all known vegetables with fruits and dal.. Iam going going call it the complete veggie, and gonna eat it alone!

  3. Anyone know about the history of Karol bagh and how it was named… Actually I am from a village near Lahore and this village is near the river ravi having really old history ( prepartition) our village was once ruined by flood in river ravi and then people went to different places and inhibited new places with the same name "karol" but the oldest remains near the original place with the name of "karol war". I am just curious to know the historical origin of name karol.. Thanks

  4. You Guys Explore just 4 shops. Lazy reporters. There is 100s different types of famous food stalls and shops in Delhi.

  5. The only problem with Indians(except Gujaratis) is they don't invest in their product more and thats why even when they are making lots of profit they are running in small stalls whereas they are capable of spreading their product by opening more franchises.

  6. That samosa stall is near my cousin's house
    Whenever i visit New Delhi
    I try most of their samosas
    chilly paneer samosa is my fav one πŸ–€

  7. I'd love to try one of these the next time I'm in Delhi, but one wrong move and I'll be on the toilet for weeks. I also find it funny that they all think they're the ONLY ones who can make this food. I bet there are hundreds others like them!

  8. Dang it… i say it everytime i watch a video on South Asian food… IF YOUR NOT DOWN TO EAT NEW AND DELICIOUS FOODS from there… just die already… theres nothing here on EARTH for you…

  9. Really great finds.. I am from delhi and these things are really unusual and best… All of them are pioneer in their fields… We indians don't experiment much with our food… We are eating same things from centuries recipes are same and people refrain from new things when it comes to eating habits

  10. Kumar samosa wala in karampura area of delhi is oldest place which sell so many creative samosa even before this samosa hub guy .

  11. That pizza samosa is blasphemy. Some people in India are so much shoved in the ass of the concept of doing "something different" by their stupid bollywood industry that it is even starting to destroy the authentic food recipes that have survived by pleasing hundreds of generations. What are they going to do next? Use ostrich meat with pumpkin to innovate Biryani? Or apply wooden floor in Taj Mahal with Nippon paint on walls?

    I hope this plague does not spread towards Lahore because I really enjoy the authentic Lahori food in walled city.

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