Old Delhi Food Trail


Near the Heart of Delhi lies a place that is so unique that it will take your breath away, Old Delhi, The beauty of the place lies in experiencing and feeling it. Authentic Indian Mughal food to authentic snacks, this place is truly enigmatic.

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Availability: Weekdays, Saturdays, 11 AM – 2 PM, 3 PM – 6 PM.



Old Delhi Food Trail

Our journey will start from Chandni Chowk Metro Station. Trying some of the famous Old Delhi cuisines like Rabdi Parathas (Indian bread stuffed with a condensed-milk-based dish made by boiling the milk on low heat for a long time until it becomes dense and changes its colour to pinkish. Sugar, spices, and nuts are added to give it flavour. ) and much more such amazing cuisines like Natraj Dahi Bhalla, Jung Bahadur Kachori, Chole Bhature, and my favourite Mango Ice cream which is absolutely mangoes and creamy, the outer layer is made of real mango filled with solid milk.

We will also be visiting some of the nearby historic places and experience the Mughal touch. You will be served with 6-7 cuisines at different places.

Inclusions –  Native Fee  ♦  Water bottle  ♦  Food

General Guidelines –

  1. Be on time. Make sure you are hungry, I am sure you don’t want to miss something really delicious during the experience.
  2. I have specially handpicked dishes for you from every place. Apart from these fixed dishes,  you can try out something else.
  3. Be fresh and sporty. Wear comfortable shoes.
  4. We request you to carry napkins and caps.
  5. Kindly let us know your allergies beforehand if any.
  6. Avoid indulging in extra dishes as there will be many more dishes to try on the way!

Meeting point will be disclosed once you book the experience.

About Parth

I am a Commerce student from Delhi University and also a social entrepreneur and a mountaineer in the making. I spend most of my time reading about mountains and travelling. Witty, ambitious and wanderer are some adjectives which describe me.

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