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Cuisines of Delhi

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Delhi is also known as food lovers’ paradise as it has a great culture of food. The aroma of the various recipes make the air fragrant and thus acting as a huge appetizer for the tourists who come to visit this historic city.

Cuisines of Delhi

Delhi is also known as food lovers’ paradise as it has a great culture of food. The aroma of the various recipes make the air fragrant and thus acting as a huge appetizer for the tourists who come to visit this historic city. Right from the street food to the upscale restaurants the city has a great culture of food and dinning. Old and new parts of Delhi are replete with various food joints cocking scrumptious recipes. If someone wants to experience the real taste of Delhi, he should have a gorge on delicacies in Daryaganj and Chandni Chowk area.

As Delhi is home to a large number of migrant population one can find the delicacies from all the regions of India. The people of Delhi are well known for there love for spices and sweets. One can find the delicacies like 'Roshogullahs' and ‘Sandesh’ that are major delicacies of state of West Bengal. No one can resist the temptation of 'Chhole-Bhature' 'Pinni', Mughlai and Tandoori.  If your hunger is still not satiated, you can visit the famous Paranthe wali Gali in Chandni Chowk where you can relish Paranthas of different tastes. Among other major food items that are coveted among tourist visiting the city are Chaat. Papri, Bhalle-Papri,Aloo Tikiki, Gol Gappe and others.

Apart from street food, the city has a number of upscale restaurant for those who want to savor Indian and continental food in a hygienic environment. Some of the global chain of restaurants like KFC, Mc Donalds, Nirulas Wimpys, Pizza Hut and others has branches in Delhi. So give  your taste buds a feast of delicacies.

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