Krishna di Kulfi is one of the oldest kulfi shops in New Delhi. This quintessentially Indian version of an ice-cream parlor and sweet shop offers over 40 flavors of kulfi including some unusual offerings such as paan, chicku, khas, coffee and so on.
It’s nice to see real South Indian cuisine gaining popularity in the North. Zambar at the Ambience Mall tries to showcase traditional regional dishes from the South. It reveals to the delhi-ites that South Indian food goes beyond just idlis and dosas.
Gopal Sweets in Chandigarh is a sweet shop, chaat shop, confectionary and restaurant all rolled into one.
Swagath is Delhi’s gateway to coastal cuisine.
Try and die!!!
I had heard so much about Prabhu Chaat Bhandar located outside the Union Public Service Commission building on Shahjahan Road – that I had to try it.
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Pandara Road is a well-known strip for “dhaba” style food in New Delhi. A dhaba is basically a roadside truckers stop where one gets classic Punjabi food like kababs, black daal, rotis and so on. Though the digs at Pandara are hardly roadside – the food still holds its authenticity.
Prince Paan shop in Greater Kailash M Block Market sure has a lot to offer in way of street eats. One can choose from many kinds of paan which is an Indian digestive made with a variety of fillings prepared wrapped in a betel leaf.They offer curious flavors such as Ice Cool, Just Relax Mint, Strawberry and so on. One can also get the famous Indian street drink called “Banta” which is basically a spiced version of Lemonade.
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