10 Out-of-the-Box Dishes in Delhi That You Must Try

If you are a die-hard foodie, there is no way you won’t love Delhi. The capital attracts people from not just the country but the world. That’s why over the years it has become a melting pot of cuisines. You’ll find some of the best food on the planet dished around on the streets of Delhi.

Here’s our shortlist of some ridiculously unbelievable & out of the box dishes that you get to taste here.

Chocolate Golgappe AT Teddy Boy

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When we talk about street food in India, Golgappe are the very first thing that pops up in our mind. Usually, Golgappe are associated with a spicy palette. But The Teddy Boy in Connaught Place has broken this trend with their chocolate filled Golgappe. All candied up, this dish really stands out of the crowd and I reckon it’s totally worth a shot.

Address: N-86, 1st Floor, Outer Circle, Connaught Place
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk, Gate No 7

Bun Kebab AT Triveni Terrace Café

Bun Kebab

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This cutesy café is known for the picturesque view from its terrace and its delicious Bun Kebab. Spicy, juicy, and flavorful, the kebabs are one of the best you’ll get in Delhi.

Address: 205, Tan Sen Marg, Opposite FICCI Auditorium, Mandi House, New Delhi
Nearest Metro Station: Mandi House Metro Station

Parle-G Cheesecake AT Farzi Café

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Desi rabdi and Parle-G along with videshi Ice cream. The Parle-G cheesecake from Farzi Cafe is everything you ever wanted in a dessert.

Address: E Block, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk, Gate No. 2

4 Rang ke Golgappe AT Kinari Bazar

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It seems like Delhi just loves to experiment with Golgappe. And here is another one. The multi colored golgappe at Kinari Bazaar brings this flavorful street eat to life with the colors.

Address: Kinari Bazar, Old Delhi, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
Nearest Metro Station: Chandni Chowk

Vodka BIryani AT Tamasha

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Located on the outer circle of CP, Tamasha has a great ambiance and serves some unique dishes. Vodka Biryani tops that list for me. The biryani is served in the shape of a large burger, with the masala sandwiched between layers of rice. Served on the side is burrani raita along with mint chutney. Sounds delicious, doesn’t it?

Address: 28, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk, Gate No. 6

Masala Thumbs-Up AT Calcutta Chat

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Intrigued by the name?

Yes, the drink is as interesting as it sounds. Good old Thumbs-up with a dash of masala to spice it up. Just like a repackaged bunta. Calcutta Chat surely deserves a thumbs up for it!

Address: D-1, Girija Devi Marg, Block D, Kamla Nagar, New Delhi
Nearest Metro Station: Kamla Nagar

Vodka Penne AT The Big Chill Café

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Cooking pasta in wine is a common affair. But, pasta with Vodka, that’s new! The Big Chill, usually known for its desserts has this unique take on pasta. Sounds like something only Delhi can do.

Address: 68-A, Khan Market, New Delhi
Nearest Metro Station: Khan Market

Pan Mojito AT AM-PM Café

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Mojito has to be hands down the most refreshing drink of the summer. And there have been no less experiments on this universally loved drink. Adding a dash of cool Pan flavour is what AM-PM cafe has tried, because that’s what it takes to beat the Delhi heat.

Address: J 2/5, 3rd & 4th Floor, B.K. Dutt Market, Najafgarh Rd, Block J, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi, Delhi 110027
Nearest Metro Station: Rajouri Garden

Fruit Kulle AT Hira Lal Chaat Wala

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Vegetables like boiled potato and tomato are scooped out from the center and filled with fruits. A great twist to fruit salad.

Address: Hira Lal Chaat, 3636, Chawri Bazar
Nearest Metro Station: Chawri Bazar

Koliwada Chicken AT Junglee Bilee

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Junglee Bilee owns a pure shot applause for this experimental and delicious dish. It is basically a fusion dish – taking a popular street food from Mumbai and adding a twist of Delhi to it.

Address: M-24, Main Market, Greater Kailash (GK) 1, New Delhi
Nearest Metro Station: Kailash Colony

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