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- I was not expect to find such a places to visit in Delhi, and if you love Tibetian food then this place is what you looking for.
Sure you can buy from these small shope around you, it saves you a trip to TibetWritten 8 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great birding spot.
some expected species, some good surprises. Amazing rain dance by peacocks, flocks of barbets...Written 29 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Beautiful. A different kind of structure. An unexpected well in the middle of the city. Take the steps to the bottom of the well and notice how the temperature drops.Written 25 February 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The best kept secret of Delhi's history and greenery. The ruins of majestic structures and the ruins of Arrival hills , these man-made ad natural wonders amazes you when you go there. take a guide along as the forest is deep and ruins are too manyWritten 13 August 2023
- We were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to cook with Neha at Saffron Palate during a family trip to India. If you have the time I can't recommend the experience enough. There were 5 of us of very mixed ability in the kitchen, but Neha ensured everyone was included. She takes all the mystique out of Indian cookery by showing just how quick and easy it can be. Her butter chicken recipe is sublime and we cooked potatoes that will be a regular feature in our household. Also who knew how many delicious breads you can make with flour and water?! Neha is very generous with both her time and knowledge so I would strongly advise any and all visitors to Delhi to add this to their itinerary.Written 25 September 2023
- I do not typically enjoy cooking, but I loved this class! It was an amazing experience from the moment I arrived. The cooking studio is bright and colorful. Anchal was so welcoming and knowledgeable. She walked us step by step through several dishes. Her easy and straightforward directions made me feel like I can make these dishes at home. I appreciated that she focused on healthy home cooking. The food was delicious! The market tour was also great. I recommend this class to anyone visiting Delhi!Written 2 August 2023
- This is a small Haveli in a small crowded street of Chandni Chowk In Old Delhi. It was here that Mirza Ghalib spent last nine years of his life. The visit takes you back 150 years in history and brings in mind the images when Ghalib would have lived here. Sheer delight. The place has now been converted into a small museum of sort where things related to Ghalib are kept and his poetry is written. I had visited Chandni Chowk so many times earlier but was not aware of this historical jewel in one of the alleys. Quite clean and calm, must visit if you love Ghalib and his poetry.Written 13 January 2020
- Vidhi's expertise and care has helped me enormously with nutrition, diet and exercise guidance and structure. I feel stronger and much more energised. I can highly recommend the very gifted Vidhi to all looking to make lifestyle changes and those looking to enhance what they already do!Written 19 September 2023
- 1 hour of challenging team puzzle activity with lots of teasers and hints to lead to final challenge. Enjoyed alotWritten 4 September 2023
- service and all good . Cabs and Drivers also co operative and helpful and properly guide us for all sightseeing .Written 23 May 2023
- Great way to start of the trip in India. On the first day after our flight this was the only thing on our itinerary and it was a really amazing experience. We learned two dances and after learning the routine we did a short recording. The entire class took about two hours to complete. We hired one costume and the other we bought before the class. We were given some drinks during the dances and some local food at the end was a great final touch. Definitely recommended! :)Written 31 January 2023
- Very nice place with good collection.. very cordial people and nice ambience ... Love going there oftenWritten 29 May 2023
- Food in Chauri Bazaar to Chandani Chowk , Old Delhi in the Pre Corona days.
“It was a soothing reiki of sights, sounds and smell , of a different world all together. Eating there was just incidental.”
One fine evening, I got off at the Chauri Bazaar Metro station and walked the narrow lanes upto the South Gate of Jama Masjid to the famous ‘food street’ of Kareem’s and Al Jawahar for a hearty meal of Kali Mirch Chicken and a huge Khameeri Roti. This is where the real foodies go.
After spending two hours there, took a loop round the whole Jama Masjid through the east gate night market, to exit on the Chandani Chowk side and after travelling through another set of streets reached the Metro station of Chandani Chowk and went back home. So this was the plan.
Back at the South Gate of Jama Masjid, looking at the multitude of eateries........with food in so much of abundance, one wonders ; how can people go hungry. The list of food items besides the endless grill shops of mutton, chicken and fish , go on to the exotic dishes of the Mughal period. Be it sweets, bakery rusks, roties, everything was available. In fact besides the usual Khameer roti, the most exotic roti one can have there was the sweet dry fruit laden desi ghee Sheermal roti.
Of course I couldn’t miss the amazing historic sweets like the extra long Gulab Jamun, the Kala Jamun, kali Jalebi, white gajar ka halwa, chawal til ke pakore besides the whole range of the usual fare. The ‘sweet milk’ stalls with a variety of other milk based sweets were mouth watering.
Oh yes, I also had the amazing Shahi Tukra ...... the famous Mughal dish which was fabled to have been brought by Emperor Babur, learnt through an Egyptian cook to make use of left over breads. Everyone trying to please me by giving a bite to taste........
Probably today I managed to touch the tip of the iceberg in this milieu of Chauri Bazaar......but with subsequent visits the rusks and bakery biscuit shops that I conveniently overlooked, have to be explored.
This place is cluttered, chaotic, congested and probably the only place in the world where traffic jams are caused by cycle rickshaws,two wheelers and pedestrians !!
But it has its character ...... vendors calling out to clients, a suspected thief being beaten outside a jewellery shop, people standing in the centre of the road deep in discussions , oblivious of the traffic chaos they have caused and ....... so on.
And the cultural transition is so evident when one walks from the muslim dominated lanes of Chauri Bazaar to the front side of Jama Masjid multi talented handicraft markets, melting into the Hindu dominated delicious chaat stalls and sweet shops of Chandani Chowk. Suddenly non veg disappears from the roads and poori /kachori/bewri with aloo Sabzi and thick Jalebis becomes the order of the day.
This food trail of course ends at the strictly vegetarian Parantha wali gali behind the Gurudwara. That’s the only place in the world where you get paranthas fried in shallow pans of desi ghee, stuffed with whatever vegetable you can imagine. Oh yes. I had a sweet banana stuffed parantha !! And the ka^rela parantha is not to be missed. The menu is so vast that you could have every vegetable / dry fruit stuffing possible with mix and match options.
But, there was one common food on both sides of Jama Masjid. This common delicacy is called ‘DAULAT ki Chaat.’ And it is not the traditional chaat!!
Lodged in a straw basket on the back side of a bicycle, this heritage sweet is made from the froth of sweetened milk mixed with kesar/Elaichi flavours and dry fruits. It’s variant is called Makhan Malai in UP and is available only in the winter days as the froth is frozen in the cool breeze of the night. Here the vendors were visible till 10pm.
For many folks, this place may seem dirty and unhygienic compared to modern day kitchens and restaurants , but at the same time it is fascinating to see and smell the exciting delicacies being freshly prepared in front of you.
So go challenge your self, if you are a true foodie !!!Written 23 March 2021
- We did the old Delhi night food walk and it was a great experience.
It started with the tour of the sisganj sahib gurudwara, and it was a great experience seeing the food preparations and langar.
Then we started the food tour with interesting insights from our host Anubhav. He was extremely patient and helpful and took us through the streets of old Delhi to explore various eateries.
While the food itself was worth the cost, the knowledgeable guide was invaluable.
Thank you for making our trip to Delhi a memorable one - this was one of the highlights of our time here!Written 25 September 2023
- It was a wonderful experience especially after we used this service after covid .. The safety and hygiene levels were good and very prompt service.Written 15 October 2020