Dilli Diaries


Some like it crispy, some like it soft and moist and some just think they are pancakes with abs! You can have this dish with either savoury or sweet toppings and the different variations or flavours you can try is

Navratri celebrations have already begun and during these nine nights people generally observe a fast and eat limited food. The foods that you can eat during the fast can often get monotonous and boring that is why we have curated

Imagine a chocolate-filled doughnut, which is also coated with chocolate, hits your mouth and you can sense an explosion of flavours in your mouth but it’s not only the chocolate that you can taste but also Gulabjamun! Doesn’t that get

Have you ever been to a cafe and returned extremely disappointed by the shakes served? Especially the ones that are extremely thin and super milky?  Well, worry no more! We have curated the awesomest list of cafes that are bound

If you have a sweet tooth, your first instinct may be to grab a piece of chocolate or some ice cream but if warm crispy Jalebis dipped in chashni is what you live for, it’s time to take a trip down

If you find yourself elbow-deep in a box of Kellog’s late at night or raiding the refrigerator past your bedtime, read on! Whether you’re a student staying up late to study for your final exam or having a chill game

Dilli walas are very pernickety when it comes to their Butter Chicken, each person has their own go-to restaurant for it. But this food lane near Jama Masjid bustling with activity gives a whole new meaning to everyone’s mann pasand

A rather exotic player in the Capital’s street food scene, shawarmas successfully earned a spot among the top favorites of locals all across NCR. And staying true to the Demand-Supply hoopla, restaurants and food kiosks constantly thrive to up their

Located in the posh backyard of Delhi’s Panchsheel Enclave, Shahpur Jat is the design house hub of the Capital. The place is flooded with a number of clothes, shoes and accessory outlets. And what better place than this to start

Bread has played, and continues to play, a crucial role in most of the snacks hawked at the streets of Delhi. Whether it’s in the form of a bun in an aloo tikki burger and with pao bhaji or as

Delhi is a city of many seasons, and drastic ones, may we add. If it’s hot, it’s almost 50 degrees and if it’s cold, it just about touches zero in the later months of the year! So what is the

I wonder why ‘Desi Chinese’ isn’t already a cuisine? Unless the actual Chinese want to take credit for soy-blackened noodles and manchurian, let’s just call it a fancier portion of Indian Street Food. If you’re sporting a blank and clueless

It is a well-established fact that of the many things it is famous for, Delhi’s street food is easily the crown jewel of the city’s food scape. With outlets – new and old – staying on top of their game

Paan is a hot favourite in various parts of India. A delicacy that is deep-rooted in royal histories, the paan now has many variations, which makes it a beloved palate refresher for a larger number of people. Though the capital

Pakoras are instantaneously allied with chilly Delhi evening or romantic rains or simply a cup of piping hot tea. After all, there is a reason, Ranveer Singh swore by the icon Dilli-style bread pakora in Band Baaja Baraat! Keeping up with the love

Could it BE any hotter? Actually, yes it could. With each passing day, the Capital is inching towards hotter and hotter days. But will that stop us from our ‘beat the heat’ rituals? No. We shall still guzzle the bunta,

Apart from being famously infamous in a lot of departments, you have to hand it to the Capital for serving up a list of delicious food items. Right from the stuffed parathas to the sinfully creamy kulfis, no one can

Carbs. We all hate to love them but simply cannot live without them! Especially when they are served in the form of aromatic, fresh, and fluffy breads. So, why not make the best of this food group by replacing the

Delhi is famous for a lot of things, food – especially the mithai – being one of the most loved. From the ghewars and sandesh to the rasugllas and gulab jamuns, the Capital has it all. Delhi also prides itself with

Apart from Rajnikanth and Carnatic music, Southern India has given us way more things to gush about – their food topping this list. Don’t you just love the crunch of a piping hot paper dosa and the aroma of sambar