Meeting/Start Point: Chandni Chowk Metro Station, Gate No. 5.
This is a walk where you will learn the stories of the food that you eat today and the journey of the delicacies served to you, with modifications made by every generation, through the last 3000 years in Delhi
. While meandering through the famous Paranthe Wali Gali you will understand what the ingredients of Do waqt ka khana (two-course meal) of Dilliwalas were. As you walk, you will unravel the interesting stories behind the arrival of Jalebi and Chaat in Delhi. You will get to know why Dahi Bhalle were compared to women's cheeks, explore where the first Ice was brought to Delhi and how the technique of making Kulfi from it was discovered.
You will not only go on a culinary journey on the history and origins of the famed Chandni Chowk food, but you will also visit the most famous vegetarian food shops of the area for either a taste or a meal.
Key food items - Dahi Bhalle, Matar ka Samosa, Kachori with Alu Sabzi, Khurchan, Kalme Bade, Daulat ki Chaat, Jalebi, Stuffed Paranthas, Lassi, Lemon Soda, Kheer, Halwa, Kulfi, Bedmi.
Warning: Given the significant array of lip-smacking food abundant in richness, it will be prudent to bring a bunch of people along with you in order to be able to accommodate all of the delicacies on offer sharing is key although the walk route is designed in a way to help you build an appetite by walking to reach any food
- Customization options exist for the number of people and date/time as per your convenience.
- Upon booking you are required to immediately contact GointheCity (Aditi 9818688010/Ajay - 9582891707) with details of your booking.
- Food costs are not included in the ticket and the bills will be shared amongst all the participants on actuals.
- Although some places accept e-wallets (PayTM etc), they strongly suggest carrying cash of Rs. 700-1000 if you plan to eat one full portion of each dish covered.