Best food places in Delhi - Let's eat Dilliway


Captial offers a vast variety of foods from Old Delhi to lavish cafes all around the city. I have always heard people saying that Delhi is not just a city, but an emotion, and obviously, it's true because what can make us Indians more emotional than FOOD.

Here are some food places you must visit when you come to Delhi:

Photo of Champa Gali, Westend Marg, behind Kuldeep House, Saidulajab, Saiyad Ul Ajaib Extension, Saket, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Richa Malik

Champa gali is one of the most lightful yet hidden places in Delhi. From delicious food to exuberant vibes, this food place has the best to offer. Also, it's a perfect date destination for you to get yourself few hours of isolation from the busy roads of Delhi. To experience the best of your moments visit to Champa Gali during the evening time. The subtle vibe of every cafe that's a part of Champa Gali makes this place quite peaceful and pleasant.

Photo of Cha Bar, Barakhamba Road, Block N, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Richa Malik

Oxford book store and a cafe altogether. If you're a bookaholic looking for a place filled with your favorite books, and some good food then Cha Bar is your place to be at. Their cappuccino, Kaathi Rolls, Nutty English Teacake & Chilli Cheese Toasties are a must-try.

Photo of Cha Bar, Barakhamba Road, Block N, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Richa Malik
Photo of AMA Cafe, New Aruna Colony, Majnu-ka-tilla, New Aruna Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Richa Malik

AMA Cafe: Delightful! Delicious! Dreamy! These three words completely describe this place. Their pancakes are the best in Delhi. The pure Tibetan vibe that this place gives off is unbeatable. Also, just adjacent to AMA CAFE there's another AMA restaurant offering mouth-watering Tibetan food as well.

Keeping in mind the COVID-precautions AMA cafe has now started delivering food at your doorstep as well.

Photo of Jama Masjid, Jama Masjid Road, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi, India by Richa Malik

Jama Masjid is indeed a heaven for all you foodies out there. Be it Taufiq ki Biryani or Karim's chicken everything here is so appetizing. Jama Masjid is also famous for its scrumptious sweet courses like Gulaab Jamun, Shahi Tukda (it's sugary though), and Mohabbat ka Sharbat. You'll find so many different varieties of foods here, it's truly a mecca of food for non-vegetarians.

Food feeds our soul more than it does to our curvy belly so we can never have enough of it. #Keepexploring #keepeating #foodsofdelhi