Wondering around these lanes, I lost the sense of direction and after passing through Kinari Bazar, I reached Parathewali Gali. The last time I came here, it wasn't a very good experience as the shops were very crowded. But this time, they were inviting. I ordered Tomato Paratha for myself and it was amazing. However, the lassi wasn't that good.
8. Paranthe at Paranthewali gali
The perfect place to suffice your great Indian hunger at the small Indian budget.Tag along with friends to enjoy the delicious lassi and varied paranthas at any of the age old shops of the place.Expect a pure vegetarian meal with the best of the ingredients.
It's a narrow street in Chandani Chowk, famous because of a shop selling paranthas ( a fried Indian bread) and the varieties include fillings like khoya, badaam, dal, matar.
From the entire day’s journey under Delhi’s dust and heat, we finally relieved our hunger in Purani Dilli’s famous Paranthe Wai Gali (literally ‘the bylane of fried bread’) which is a narrow food street in Chandini Chownk noted for small shops selling Delhi’s best paranthas (fried bread).