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Sita Ram Diwan Chand

What’s on my yellow plate? Chole Bhature from Sita Ram Diwan Chand, Paharganj. The expert in art of making “the great” Chole Bhature. This small shop located in Paharaganj (Chuna mandi) is serving this appetizing food from last 50 years now and currently run by the third generation. There’s something about their chole which makes…

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Bille Di Hatti

Bille Di Hatti

What’s on my yellow plate? Chole Puri from Bille Di Hatti, Kamla Nagar. Bille Di Hatti is known for serving Classic Punjabi style Chole Puri and Lassi. If you’re craving for home cooked chole puri, this is the place. The delectable Chole and slightly brown Puri (made of aata, madia and suji & served in…

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Hira Lal Chaat Corner

Hira Lal Chaat Corner

What’s on my yellow plate? Kulle wali chaat from Hira Laal Chaat Corner. This 100 years old small shop in Chawri Bazaar (Near Metro Station Gate Number 3) is known for their Kulle and Aloo ki Chaat (Especially Kulle Wali Chaat). It’s one of a kind chaat where fruits and vegetable are hollowed out first…

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Rahul-Eggs

Rahul Eggs

Experienced “Aao dikhau tumhe aande ka funda” for real. What’s on my yellow plate? Jalandhari Chicken Omelette from Rahul Eggs, Keshav Puram. Any Egg Enthusiasts here? This place is for you. Rahul Eggs, a 27 years old shop located in Keshav Puram serves more than 350 varieties of Omelette. Rahul Mehra started this place at…

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Lotan Chole Kulche

Lotan Ke Chole Kulche

What’s on my yellow plate? Chole Kulche from Lotan Chole Kulche, Chawri Bazaar. It was started in 1920 by Lotan and is now run by the fourth generation of the family. Mahaveer (in the picture), grandson of Lotan, is carrying forward the legacy and serving people with best Chole Kulche in town, every morning. You’ll…

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5 best places to eat Shawarma in Delhi

When your friend says you can have a bite of their Shawarma and you take the biggest bite humanly possible. 😀 The middle-east has gifted a lot of things to this world and Shawarma is just one of them. The word “Shawarma” has been stemmed from a Turkish word “çevirme,” which means “turning” in reference to…

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