Next item on our food itenary took us inside the very famous & legendary, "parathe wali gali" or "gali parathe wali"(whichever suits you better😉). The best part about this gali, apart from all the legendary parathe wali shops, is the other heavenly delicacies it has to offer. There are many shops to fill your soul with parathas but our aim was to gorge on the parathas from "pt. Gaya Prasad Shiv Charan parathe wala". It took them 15-20minutes, to arrange us a seat. This shop was crazily crowded and there was a long queue outside, waiting for there chance to have some delicious parathas. When our turn came finally, we ordered 2 thalis and since 2 parathas is compulsory for each thali, we selected our try for that day amongst many scrumptious kinds of parathas. They have karela, rabri, badam, kaju, matar, dal, aloo, pyaaz, mix, gobi, methi, khurchan, paneer, papad, soya, mirchi and many more! Woof! Finally, after so much of reasoning, we ordered rabri, dal, matar and paneer (since, we had to try other food as well, but God plz make me eat all at once!). Rabri and khurchan being their USP, we had to try at least one of 'em. So, we tried rabri, and it was so yummy that there is only one word for it- RESPECT! It was that bloody good. The rabri was oozing out of it as it was some magic happening in front of me. The thali was served with aloo ki sabzi, sitafal ki amazing chutney, some kind of meethi chutney with a slice of banana, Hari chutney, another type of aloo ki sabzi and assorted achaar. All other parathas were equally tasteful and worth wanting more.
What: stuffed parathas
Where: pt. Gaya Prasad Shiv Charan parathe wala
From the wallet: 70/- each and since 2 parathas compulsory, so, 140/- per plate