The Ethnic Delhi Flavor
Fine dining has come of age in Delhi and doesn't only mean reaching for high profile delicacies in an opulent ambience. The taste has evolved into an attempt to check out less opulent but more popular eating joints, nestling in some virgin pockets of Old Delhi. Famous for its layered parathas – a type of bread friend on a griddle and made without yeasts – the "Gali" flaunts of three families there who have been involved in the art of turning out parathas for generations. The whole landscape of Delhi is peppered with numerous street side stalls selling anything from 'chaats' to delicious 'kulfis'.
Savor the Bygone Mughals
The Mughals came and reigned over Delhi for many centuries. Today, you can still see their stamp in the wide array of delicious Mughlai cusine that Old Delhi still boasts of. So much so, a tour to Old Delhi cannot be complete without a lunch at a local restaurant. Taste the delicious food enjoyed by the Mughal Rulers from the family of royal cooks which served, among others, Emperor Akbar. You can try the mouthwatering meat delicacies; especially the rich Biryanis and the assorted Kebabs.
Illustrious eateries in Delhi
The Bengali market is your halt to access the famous crunchy delights like the chaats, papdis and tikkis. Try the kebab dishes that are ubiquitous in Delhi. These snacks are inexpensive and a delight to your taste buds.
We put our efforts to provide you an array of some of these classic and mouth watering dishes that have been savored by the people of New Delhi for decades, we offer the Cuisine of India to you at a modest little place called Little Delhi.