Food Walk tour of Old & New Delhi with a local guide
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Enjoy Delhi through its delectable local cuisines in this evening food walk of Old and New Delhi. Walkthrough the streets of Kamla Nagar (one of the most famous hang-out places of Delhi) to taste local dishes like Shawarma, Momos, and Bhelpuri! Explore the historic streets of Old Delhi to try some of the most finger-licking cuisines like jalebis and samosa!
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Explore the best of India and its culture through its food in this exciting evening food tour of Old and New Delhi! Starting at 3:00 in the day, the tour will begin with your guide picking you up from the meeting point in Connaught place Take the swanky metro (subway) and then a fun rickshaw ride to reach your first destination, Kamla Nagar (one of the most popular markets of Delhi) Give your taste-buds a kick-start with local cuisines like Shwarma (minced meat roll served with tangy dip), Momo (local dim sum, one of the most popular street foods), Bread pakora (deep-fried bread stuffed with potatoes and onions, served with sweet and sour dips, Bhelpuri, the quintessential street food (rice puffs served with fresh onions, tomatoes, chilies, and some really tangy sauces!) and a cool Gola (a colorful sweet ice slush)
After filling up your bellies with all these delicious food items and exploring the local market, make your way back to the metro and head to Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi Walkthrough the crazy by-lanes of Old Delhi and make your first stop at a century-old eatery for Jalebis (a Deep-fried dish made of cornflour, dipped in sugar syrup) and Samosa ( triangular deep-fried bread stuffed with potatoes, onions, and peas
Post this, walk towards the Gurudwara (Sikh temple) where you will get a chance to learn the beautiful culture of Sikhism and witness their selfless service in their big community kitchens! After this spiritual visit, move ahead to try some Aaloo Tikki (round deep-fried cakes made of lentils and
potatoes served with a tangy sauce of tamarind and mint and ginger slices)
Follow your guide and hop on a rickshaw ride to the spice market and learn more about the history of this amazing place Finish your tour with the famous Lassi (a sweet yogurt drink to balance out that deep-fried food!) and Faluda (rice noodles), post which you’ll be dropped off at the metro station
- Snacks & beverages from Old Delhi and New Delhi.
- Traveling expense of both metro and rickshaw ride.
- English speaking local guide
Pickup & Meeting Point
We Pick from all hotels located in the Delhi Region.
United Coffee House, E-15, Rajiv Chowk, Block E, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Near to Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, Gate No.4
- Comfortable walking shoes/slippers recommended
- Knees and shoulders to be covered at all places of worship