Be it typical street food to mouth-watering continental food, well-known Mughlai cuisine to hot and aromatic global food or yummy desserts, Delhi - “ The iconic post-colonial capital of India” offer all kind of cuisines, which is not only enticing but satisfy your taste bud. So come, savour signature dishes and dive in to the exquisite “Delhi Food Tour” by Travelogy india.
“Delhi Food Tour” is not only a food tour of Old Delhi and New Delhi but here you’ll experience the hidden dietary delights of Delhi along with some local sightseeing/few landmarks of city too.
If you ask a Delhiite, what are two things that surely outstanding about the city?? Then majority answer would be rich history and mouth-watering food and no doubt after experience this tour you’ll also believe that it’s true!!! So without any further fuss, let’s have a look on this savoury “Delhi Food Tour”.
Delhi Food Tour which is a short package of food trail with local sightseeing of city Delhi, embarks, when you’ll be picked up from your accommodation. Meet our local guide and get ready to move to captivating Old Delhi. Here you will not only experience some of the oldest/ famous food joints spread over Chandni Chowk, Chawdi Bazaar and Spice Market but you will get the chance to watch a number of unseen corners of the city which common tourists don't really think about!!!! Adding more try delicious Indian snacks such as pakodas, samosas, lassi and kachauri and digest your snacks with a sightseeing walk covering Sheesh Ganj Gurudwara, Red Temple and the Asia’s biggest spice market selling dry fruits, spices and tea. For your more convenience in Old Delhi you can use cycle rickshaws for longer distances.
Once you have finished with Old Delhi, you will drive toward New Delhi/ Central Delhi for more street food locations like Barakhamba Road, Connaught Place, Bengali Market, and Mandi House. Treat your taste buds with chaats, kebabs and milkshakes and if time allows, explore India Gate, Jan Path, Raj Ghat, Raj Path followed by a visit to Bangla Sahib Gurudwara well-known for its forgiving and kind charitable kitchen serving free food.
Now it's time to have your final meal of the day which could be a choice of vegetarian or non-vegetarian (such as meat curries, paneer, roti, naan frompair of famous eating joints). In this way your food feast ends with paan. Our guide will drop you to hotel and hope Travelogy India provide the perfect gourmet experience to take back home with you.