Share Your Love For Bae With Heart Shaped Tikkis In Delhi’s Karol Bagh

by Sanjana Shenoy
by Sanjana Shenoy 151

Couples that eat together, bond together. And what can be a better way of having a fun, sweet and romantic date than sharing street food together! Delhiites! Look no further than Karol Bagh’s Sindhi Corner. This age-old street food joint run by the third generation serves delicious heart-shaped tikkis that will truly win your and your bae’s hearts. Read on to know why you share a heart-shaped tikki with your beloved here.

Sindhi Corner Serves Iconic Heart-Shaped Tikkis 

Nestled a little away from Karol Bagh Market on Ramjas Road, Sindhi Corner has attracted foodies across generations. The family-run street food shop serves food prepared with recipes that are passed down through generations. So, why wait for Valentine’s Day, when you can enjoy a special heart-shaped dish with bae right away? Their heart-shaped aloo tikkis is an iconic dish.


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Heart-Shaped Aloo Tikkis Perfect For Romantic Date

Stuffed with potatoes, peas and chana dal, the tikkis are super crispy and flavoursome. The best part is it isn’t oily. Unlike other establishments that mask the taste of aloo tikkis with oodles of chutneys, pomegranate seeds and curd, here, you can fully savour the tikkis, sans the embellishments. Sindhi Tikki Corner serves the heart-shaped aloo tikkis with their green mint-tamarind chutney and sliced onions. It’s super delicious and you’d have a romantic moment, sharing halves of the heart-shaped tikki with your loved one.

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Other Dishes To Try At Sindhi Corner

When you’re at Sindhi Corner, you must also try their crispy Paneer Pakoda, Samosa and Raj Kachori, they make for great tea-time snacks. Chaat lovers can savour their chatpata Bhalla Papdi and Gol Gappa Chaat. While this place is usually crowded, they still whip your dishes quickly. Don’t forget to end your meal on a sweet note Rasagullas and Gajar Halwa, oodled with desi ghee.


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