Have you ever desired to eat the best of Street food in the whole Delhi, but every time gets confused due to the shortage of information? Maybe even if you find one but finally finds out it’s not as good as expected.
Here’s the deal,
most of the reviews which you read on the Internet are being sponsored, that’s just like a rat trap. So in order to fetch the costumes they just make that up
But, not this time. All the information which I provided are given on my personal experience and Today I’m talking about one of the street food in the whole of Delhi which has been satisfying the people of Delhi since more than 50 years.
It is none other than Natraj Dahi Bhalla. Located in the heart of Delhi, this has been mesmerising everyone since more than 50 years. They have even lots of recommendations from around the globe. If you truly wanna satisfy your need of Street Food, you should consider this place.
How To Reach
Reaching Chandani Chowk is really easy. From any part of the Delhi, you can land at this place without much ado. You can easily get an Auto or Cab from around the city. Depending on the boarding point your vehicle fair may vary.
I would personally recommend you guys to take a metro from the nearest metro station. It comes on Yellow line and the fair of the metro won’t bother your pocket much. Delhi has an amazing line of metros. Apparently, for a newbie, metro of the New Delhi can get little confusing.
I would suggest to you guys to inquire about your destination prior travelling, Staff working at the Metros are reallt friendly and are always ready to help you out in any situation.
My experience at Chandani Chowk was really amusing. Initially it was little bizzare and over the top, but one you get indulge in the mob everything gets really simple. Anyone who is planning to go to the New Delhi, should visit this ancient heritage site where the Mughals used to Thrive.
When I stepped down for the metro, for a moment I was baffled after seeing the crowd. It appeared like the whole population of Delhi was crawling on the street Chandani Chowk on the same day. But to my surprise, that was just a mere group of people from the city.
As I was coming out of the metro station I was really amazed by the diversity. Crowd at that area was really diverse compared to the crowd of high-class Delhi. It seemed most of the people there were from small cities of India.
My destination was Natraj Dahi Bhalla Wala. It is a small shop located in right at the corner of the entrance of the small alley that leads to metro station. Be little careful while sporting it, because you can easily miss this place without even realising.