India is the food Walhalla. We had the chance to try hundreds of dishes and were never bored while we lived there. Our favorites were Indian friends or their family-cooked homemade dishes that were presumably passed down from generation to generation. This is where dishes built on centuries-old recettes can still be found.
The abundance of popular food jaunts offered in Delhi hold us blind from small restaurants which have their own food revolution. No matter how hard we try, you certainly skip those restaurants. We then decided to take some of these secret food treasures that we bet you didn’t know about and dive into the region’s gastronomic underbelly.
We bring you the Hidden Food in Delhi: 8 Delicacies you will savor for life
Where: Where: 17, Kautilya Marg, Malcha, Chanakyapuri
If you are searching for authentically Vietnamese cuisine in Delhi, There’s is no better spot for visiting than the Chanakyapuri Vietnamese Embassy. Only on Fridays is the cantina open to the public, and the candy is only open for two hours between 12.30 p. m. and 14.30 p. m. However, this is more than sufficient to fulfill your “Pho” and “Che” wishes. Every meal they serve has well-balanced aromas and oozes freshness. From Nem (frozen spring rolls) to Bun Cha (grilled pork and noodles). The rates are still fairly rational.
Address: Shop No. K, 10, Tamil Sangam Marg, Sector 5, RK Puram
A few stalls are on the main road, along with several five-to-five identical stalls situated on the same pavement in Delhi’s R.K. Puram, next to the Tamil Sangam Society. These are the old times and best of a company because they are concerned with the authentic taste of South Indian dishes. For years on, food enthusiasts have become frequent here. You can easily get a bite, stand around 7-8 tables, or take a packed meal with you.
You would be craving for all the dishes, including dosa varieties, uttapam, idli, vada, sambhar, and rice. For comprehensive menu items, you can link to my photos. Filter coffee must be mentioned particularly because it’s a rare thing.
We suggest do try their Parota Kurma, and you will not regret it. We are sure you might order two plates, because of the taste and the price.
Where: E-22, 3rd Floor, Main Market, Hauz Khas
The name of the restaurant originates from Nagaland’s Dzukou Valley. With Naga handicrafts and paintings by local governmental artists, Karen – a self-confessed food connoisseur – is making a modest undertaking. You are taken back to those rustic villages by cane furniture, lovely candles, a fountain surrounded by walls of fud and stroke roofs. The menu includes dishes made with fresh produce and rare ingredients such as Naga spring onions, Naga beans, lentils, wild mushrooms, fleshy bamboo, several aromatic naga spices, tree tomatoes, Naga kings chilies, prickly ash peppers, fermented soy-bean paste.
The Smoked Buff Salad, the Pork Ribs, the Naga Pork Curry are recommended.
Also Read, 8 Best South Indian Restaurants In Delhi
Where: Shop No. 4, 70 E, Ch Bansi Ram Marg, Humayunpur, Safdarjung Enclave
Driven by Dzokou Tribal Kitchen, this lesser-known North-Eastern dinner merits light for its beautiful dry pork, bamboo shoots, and curries. The Dzokou Tribal Kitchen. All available dishes on the counter can be seen at Asha Thangkul Kitchen, so you can pick only. If you’re new to the cuisine, we advise you to try Thali and Papayan Khar.
Where: Shop 3/31, 34, Upper Ground Floor, Main Shivalik Road, Malviya Nagar
Korean BBQ in Delhi has a new home in H Man’s name, following Gung The Palace. The restaurant is slightly affordable than the previous one, but still exquisitely homemade pork sausage and ribs. Pair your meal and make a gourmet evening with tasty pork chops, dim sum, and heart-felt burgers.
Address: 2nd Floor, Navrang Guest House, Tooti Galli, Main Bazaar, Paharganj
Most of us know Chinese food. Visit The Shim Tur for an inexpensive shift in Korean food! They want to preserve the genuineness of their dishes in a nice little spot with wooden seating arrangements. You may need to look for a while to locate the location, though.
Lotan Chole Kulche
Address: 2363, Chatta Shahji, Chawri Bazar
The best beginning of your day is an early, early Chole Kulche breakfast in Lotan Ke Chole Kulche. The Chole here is a fine mix of spices. The hotel offers a stand and eats service and a pick up service as an open, inexpensive breakfast destination for a long time.
Pradeep Pav Bhaji
Address: G-2, Vardhman Shrenik Plaza, Pocket B, Mayur Vihar Phase 2
The quintessential Bombay Pav Bhaji in the heart of Delhi is served by Pradeep Pav Bhaji. Here the bhaji is for the lovers of spices of the region. Pradeep Pav Bhaji also offers pick-up and home delivery facilities with tempting spices on the counter and ever fresh and fluffy pav.