One thing about Delhi that Delhiites can blindly swear by is the delectable food found here. There are several markets all over the city that have a number of food joints known for their unmatched flavorsome food.
One such place that you can visit is Karol Bagh. Known for its endless shopping options, Karol Bagh is home to some of Delhi’s oldest, and most famous eateries.
Here is a list of 5 iconic places to eat at in Karol Bagh:
1. Roshan Di Kulfi
Roshan Di Kulfi is Karol Bagh’s oldest and most famous joint when it comes to lip-smacking street food. As the name suggests, it is known for its melt-in-the-mouth, creamy, kulfi faluda, but that’s not it. Roshan Di Kulfi is much more than its name. The over 60 years old eatery is equally famous for their crispy aloo tikkis, chole bhature, and malai lassi. Put them together and you can treat yourself to a full meal starting with aloo tikki and ending with the Kulfi faluda as dessert.
Address: 2816, Ajmal Khan Road, Karol Bagh
Timings: 8:0 am to 9:00 pm
Price for two: Rs 500 (Approx)
Once again, one of the most popular eateries in the locality, Changezi is the number one choice for all those looking to indulge in some sinfully delicious non-vegetarian Mughalai food. You can choose from the vast variety of Mughlai dishes they have to offer. Be it their dreamy Nalli Nihari, or Delhi’s signature Butter chicken, each dish is rich in flavour and aromatic & they are cooked in pure desi ghee. While there, don’t miss out on their signature Changezi chicken along with a flaky tandoori naan. Trust us, it’s going to be love at first bite.
Address: 3-A, New Rohtak Road, East Park Road, Shidi Pura, Dori Walan, Near HDFC Bank, Karol Bagh
Timings:3:00 pm to 11:00pm
Price for two: Rs 650 (approx)
3. Ganesh Restaurant
Ganesh Restaurant, also known as Ganesh Machchiwala is a fish lover’s paradise in Karol Bagh. They serve a variety of dishes like chicken tikka, seekh kebabs, egg pakodas and more, but the thing that they are best known for are their fish delicacies. These include fish fry, tandoori fish, and fish pakodas. The best part? The fish here is sold according to the weight and thus is easy on the pockets. While the food here is both delectable and cheap, another reason why Ganesh Restaurant is frequented by people is to see the man whipping out fish fry out of the hot oil with his bare hands.
Address: 2298, Gurudwara Road, Karol Bagh
Timings:4:00pm to 11:00 pm
Price for two: Rs 400 (approx)
4. Art Of Spices
Art of Spices is one of the most loved restaurants of West Delhi. It is a place that brings all the flavours of North India together on one menu. While it is known for serving the best of North India, the one thing Art of Spices is best known for is its rolls. Their rolls are perfect with just the right amount of fillings and sauces. The restaurant is a perfect choice for both vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian eaters as they have plenty of options in both the categories.
Address:B 1/3 Behind City Hospital, Pusa Road, Karol Bagh
Timings: 10:30 am to 11:30 pm
Price for two: Rs 500 (Approx)
5. Om Corner
Another place to get your hands on scrumptious Chola Bhatura in the streets of Karol Bagh is at Om Sweets. The chola bhatura here is unlike any other you will find in the whole of West Delhi. The bhaturas here are stuffed with paneer and are then served with spicy chola. Finish off your meal with one of their home made mithais. These mithais are made in pure desi ghee and taste like nothing you would have ever tasted before.
Address: Sant Nagar DB Gupta Road, Karol Bagh
Timings: 7:oo am to 5:00 pm
Price for two: Rs 200 (approx)
So, what are you waiting for? Head over to Karol Bagh and treat yourself to the best of what Delhi’s street food landscape has to offer.