A Culinary Adventure: 7 Must-Try Delhi Street Foods

The top 7 street snacks in Delhi are listed below, and you shouldn't miss them.


This traditional Indian street snack is this savory pastry. It's perfectly fried and packed with seasoned potatoes and peas.

Aloo Tikki

The exterior of these potato patties is crunchy, while the inside is tender. They are a great light supper or snack and are frequently served with yogurt and chutneys.

Chole Bhature

This filling dish is made up of spicy chickpea curry (chole) with fluffy fried bread (bhature).

Chole Bhature

This combo will definitely fulfill your hunger because it is tasty and filling.


Chickpea flour and sugar are combined to make a batter for these deep-fried orange coils.


They're a great method to sate your sweet tooth because they're crispy on the surface and sticky within.

Dahi Puri

Dahi puri are crispy shells filled with a mixture of potatoes and chickpeas, similar to golgappa, but topped with yogurt, mint chutney, and spices.


Known also as pani puri, these little crispy spheres are dipped in a tart tamarind water and stuffed with a potato and chickpea combination.

Ram Laddoo

Delhi is known for its street cuisine, ram laddoo. It is made up of toppers made of golden-fried Pakoras and a flavorful, crimson chutney.