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10 Places To Enjoy The Best Samosas In Delhi This Monsoon


Kadai-tossed deliciously spiced fillings nestled inside a crunchy deep-fried outer crust simply makes tea worth sipping. Samosa may not be Indian but the desi snack time is incomplete without it. The dish sees a variety of innovations and experiments across the Capital and we love each one of them! Because, samosa. Here are our top 10 favorite samosa junctions in Delhi.


  1. Chittaranjan Park Market

Where: Chittaranjan Park, Delhi-19

It’s not a samosa, it’s a singhada. Yes, that’s the name this dish goes by in major parts of Eastern India. This rendition has some extra members inside the u=outer layer like chickpeas and peanuts. The singhada is clearly plenty different from the regular samosa with one similarity. It’s delicious.

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  1. Munni Lal Halwai

Where: Gole Market, Delhi-03

If the normal samosa is large, the one at Munni Lal is Extra Large with some extra space (probably to give the masala inside some breathing space). The snack is served with a generous topping of chhole and chutney, which is best washed down with some tea.

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  1. Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar

77, Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi (opposite McDonalds), Delhi-06 | 011 23282806

A frequently popping up name when one speaks of any sort of street food, Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar is this Old Delhi shizz for mouthwatering shot sams. This Chandni Chowk favorite makes their own special variation with gobi and matar (cauliflower and peas).

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  1. Ameer Sweet House

Where: Matia Mahal Market

We’ve got two words to sell this place to any non-vegetarian street food junkie – Keema Samosa.

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  1. Bengali Sweet House

34-37, Bengali Market, Connaught Place, New Delhi-01 011 23352222

Not in the mood for stuffing a bomb of a samosa? Head straight over to the Bengali Sweet House. The place is famous for amazing street food, which includes yummy little cocktail samosas as well.

Image: Manjula’s Kitchen (representational image)


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  1. Bittoo Samosa Wala

E-291/19, Dr NS Hardikar Rd, Sector 3, Rohini, New Delhi-85 | 098100 36038

How about a plate of macaroni samosa? Located in Delhi’s Rani Bagh Market, Bitto Samosa Wala takes the art of samosa-making Continental with this macaroni version. You could also indulge in other innovative variants like the paneer samosa and noodle samosa.

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  1. Rewari Sweets

WZ-RD, Jail Road, Lajwanti Garden, Nangal Raya, Delhi-46

You know that feeling when you hit the right temperature between ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ in the shower? The samosas at Rewari sweets give you the same satisfaction having struck the perfect balance between filling and crust. Just perfect.

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  1. Kumar Samosa Wala

2/31 phase, 3, New Moti Nagar, New Delhi-15 | +919811340381

This sweet shop is just not satisfied with plain old potato. It steps up the samosa game with filling like Paneer Tikka, Malai Paneer, Tandoori Aloo, Chowmein and even macaroni. Because, why not!

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  1. Manohar Japani Samose Wala

Chandni Chowk Rd, Bhagirath Palace, Chhippy Wada, Old Delhi-06 | 011 41391909

Fancy some Japanese samosa? Yep, the swanky Manohar Dhaba does up a mean Japanese Samosa which is essentially 60 – yep sixe and zero, 60 – layers of flour batter and potato filling served with a side of delicious kala chana and pickle.

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Honorary Mention:

  1. The Maha Samosa

Delite Cinema, Gate No. 4/1, Asaf Ali Road, Opposite G B Pant Hospitals, Delhi Gate, New Delhi-02 | +91 7042408158

When a confectionary stall (inside a movie hall premise) makes it to a street food special list, it has to be good! The Maha Samosa – as the name suggests – is huge. At a whopping 200g, this is the biggest samosa Delhi has ever consumed!

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Binge eater by day and binge watcher by night, Ankita is fluent in food, film, and Internet. When she’s not obsessing over the hottest trends, tacos, and the perfect author’s bio, you can find her under a pile of Jeffery Archer’s novels or looking for the nearest wine shop.

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