8 Street Food Joints Like Al Jawahar, Dolma Aunty That We Can't Wait To Dig Into Again!
You guys know about our love affair with Delhi’s street food, and it goes without saying that the lockdown made us miss our fave food stall even more! So, we thought, why not tell you guys about our most loved street food stalls across the city that even y’all can add to your list once COVID-19 is not a threat anymore?!
1. Hunger Strike
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Touted as the tandoori momos king in the capital, Hunger Strike is responsible for making the foodies drool over their delectable grub like Chicken Tandoori Momos, Malai Chaap, Chicken Seekh Roll, Malai Tikka Roll and Chicken Hakka Noodles that we can’t wait to dive into!
Where | Hunger Strike - Amar Colony, GK1, South Ex & Other Locations
Check Out Their Fb page | https://www.facebook.com/hungerstrike786/
2. Dolma Aunty Momos
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Dolma Aunty Momos is nestled in the bustling bylanes of Central Market whose stall was buzzing with momo lovers before the lockdown. Three kinds of lip-smacking momos are available here - chicken, veg and paneer. We miss devouring those steaming hot plate of momos during the busy evenings and honestly, we’re missing it a bit more as we type this.
Where | Dolma Aunty Momos - Kamla Nagar & Lajpat Nagar
3. Al Jawahar
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Al Jawahar is the pride of Jama Masjid who have been dishing out scrumptious non-veg delights that are made in oodles of ghee and of course, we’re not complaining! Gone are those days when we could just head over to Al Jawahar and tuck into Chicken Qorma, Nahari, Paya, Rogan Josh and Mutton Qorma, but this is definitely the first place we’re heading to when it’s safe to do so.
Where | Al Jawahar - Jama Masjid
Check Out Their Fb page | https://www.facebook.com/AlJawahardelhi6/
4. Kumar Samose Wala
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Kumar Samose Wala synonyms with quirky samosas, for they are known for Chowmein Samosa, Malai Chaap Samosa, Chinese Chilli Samosa, Gujiya Samosa, Chocolate Samosa and more off-beat variants that we’re missing AF, especially on those rainy evenings.
Where | Kumar Samose Wala - Moti Nagar
Check Out Their Fb page | https://www.facebook.com/KumarSamoseWala/
5. Ghalib Kebab Corner
This place in Nizamuddin was once our go-to place whenever we craved for meaty and tandoori delicacies. From Mutton Shami Kebab to Chicken Kebab Roll and Buff Seekh Kebab Roll, do visit Ghalib Kebab Corner once it’s safe to do and see for yourself what we’re talking about!
Where | Ghalib Kebab Corner - Nizamuddin
6. Kuremal Mohanlal Kulfi Wale
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The popular Kuremal Mohanlal Kulfi Wale first popped up in Chawri Bazaar nearly 100 years ago and is one of our favourite places for unconventional yet droolworthy kulfi flavours like Khajjur, Fig, Guava, Shareefa, Jamun, Kewra and more. When things get back to normal, trot over for sweet treats and you won’t be disappointed.
Where | Kuremal Mohan Lal Kulfi Wale - Mandi House & Chawri Bazaar
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/kuremals/
7. TOM Uncle Maggi Point
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Delhi University’s very own Tom Uncle Maggi Point was undoubtedly the best hanging spot in the North Campus back in the days when social distancing wasn’t a thing. Be it Cheese Masala Maggi, Chilli Paneer Cheese Maggi or Veg Tadka Maggi, this stall changed Maggi and college days for better!
Where | TOM Uncle Maggi Point - GTB Nagar
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/TomUncleMaggiPoint/
8. Mangla Chat Waale
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Before the lockdown, this humble food stall is tucked away in Mayur Vihar was whipping all things yummy like Aloo Chaat, Dahi Bhalla, Bharwa Golgappa and Papdi Chaat that satisfied our cravings like none other. Given how pocket- friendly the prices are, this stall tops our list when it comes to street-side food.
Where | Mangla Chat Waale - Mayur Vihar
We hope you enjoyed this list, guys!