Vada Pav Wale


Delighting the Delhi taste buds, with this mumbiyya relish, are Vada Pav wale, South Extension Part 1. Mumbai street food ki shaan “Vada Pav”, a Pav bun, stuffed with an ‘Vada/aloo bondda’, served with chutney and a green chilly. This place surely doesn’t disappoint u. The vadas are served are hot and fresh and blends so well with the spongy pav and the chutney is the star player which blends all the flavors together. A perfect evening snack. He also sells samosas, but his Vada pav take the central seat of attraction clearly.

Location: South Extension Market 1, Next to Mc Donalds.

Cost For Two: 50-60 rupees.


Lucknow wale Tunday Kababi


Walking past hunger strike (Amar Colony), after eating their delicious chicken tandoori momos, a friend of mine saw this joint adjacent to hunger strike ” Tundey Kababi” and were serving lucknawi delights. They had many items on the menu like biryani, tikka’s, rolls. Apart from biryani lucknow is famous for their kababs.

So we decided to order Galouti kabab. A plate of Tunday kababs costs 150 rupees (four pieces), and with Parantha’s 200 rupees. The tender Galouti kababs most instantly melts in your mouth, just as it should and served with onion and chutney and hot parathas which were not oily and completes your palate.

Location: Amar Colony Market. Lajpat Nagar 4

Cost for 2: 400 Rupees

Tony’s Pizza and Pasta Noodle and bowl

Craving for a yummy quick snack? Tony’s Pizza and Pasta Noodle and bowl will end your craving with their amazing Chilli potato and pasta. Like every other college tony’s is a favourite spot for LSR girls to eat good food without burning their pockets. Chilli potatoes were crispy and had the right amount of spice. Pasta was not a disappointment either, it had plenty of white sauce and veges. The portions are generous with no compromise on tatse. Head over to Tony’s Pizza and Pasta Noodle and bowl for your anytime hunger.

Cost for two: 250

Location : Shop No 1B, Guru Nanak Market, Lajpat Nagar 4, New Delhi, Delhi 110024

High on burgers



For over 4 years in the business, High on Burgers has garnered quite a fan following for its low-fuss, light and lip-smacking burgers. I tried their Chicken Sausage burger, which was a delight. The chicken sausage burger had a chicken sausage split in four halves and assembled on the bread coupled with onions, a generous spread of mayonnaise, and topped with a slice of cheese served with mustard sauce and tomato ketchup.

Cost for two- 100

Location-D-1, Shop No.3, Amar Colony, Lajpat Nagar-4

New Delhi-110024


Kulcha King, Amritsar Wale

Want to try some authentic punjabi flavours? Kulcha King is the place. This place is a treat for vegetarians. In the evening they take to you to a spice route serving variety of soya chaap with roomali roti.  Their malai chaap (snack) and Chaap tikka (gravy) is a must try.  In the morning they also serve mouthwatering tandoori kulchas paneer, aloo, mixed, with chole and a tangy chutney.

Location: Address: Shop No. 144, Ring Road(Nauroji Nagar) Market, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi, India

Cost for Two: 170 rupees.


Hunger Strike


Hunger Strike is a popular food joint with North Indian, Chinese and variety of food items. The place is jam packed with costumers. The most popular item on their menu are Tandoori Momos, which serves 8 pieces for 130 rupees with generous amount of filling and little gravy so that it doesn’t become too dry.  If you are a momo lover this place is a must try.

Location: Amar Colony Market, (Lajpat Nagar-4)

Price for 2: 200 rupees