Street Food

Stay updated with latest news on best food places in Delhi from Hungry Forever’s exclusive food blog compiled by our expert reporters in Delhi.


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

In Delhi, we’re big on food. In fact, if it’s edible, we’re big on it. Parathas, tikkas, kebabs, Maggi, chowmein, momos, you give it to us and we’ll gobble it up in record time. And that inevitably leads us to

It’s good to drink once in a while. But what if your once in a while is more than just once in a while or what if your plants don’t sprout money and/or alcohol? Moreover, what if you’ve just spent

Indian street food sees a rainbow of desi, international, and international-turned-desi offerings (yes, we are totally looking at you “hakka noodles”). One such widely-consumed street that falls in the third category is momos. The Tibetan food, which is also consumed

Hyderabad is known for its Biryani, Bengal for Rossogulla and Delhi for Kulche Chole. One can actually create an Indian map with the popular food of each state and city. Here are 13 popular dishes in Mumbai that one can

Bhel Puris are crunchy, they are tangy and most of all delicious. Basically, Bombay-style or not, bhel puris are the perfect bite to grab when craving for a zesty street snack. Here are 7 places where you can dig into

What is the one thing you miss (or will miss) about your college? Not the classrooms, definitely not the lectures and not even the teachers – except for a few who helped you clear the exams or didn’t notice the

Venkateshwara Service Station in Bengaluru has taken upon itself to serve free breakfast to those who are rushing for work and skip the most important meal of the day. The initiative was launched by Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and considering

This Eid, it’s safe to say that biryani will be on many a Bangalorean’s mind. Delicious and heavenly, it’s no surprise that biryani has a cult following in the city. However, this group is taking things to the next level.

Once a mighty kingdom, but now a land of temple ruins, Hampi has never failed to fascinate and awe. Now, experience the grandeur and history as Shangri-La Hotel, Bengaluru pays homage to the rich cultural heritage of the land. b

Gopinath Prabhu, the owner of New Krishna Bhavan on Sampige Road, came up with a unique solution for the problem three years ago, making him earn the zero-waste tag for his restaurant. While wet waste generated by the eatery is

If you’re one of those who prides themselves on being a Bangalorean, then Fatima Bakery’s reassuring blue and white logo must be a familiar landmark. Situated almost smack-dab opposite Hotel Fanoos, Fatima Bakery is known for all things meaty and

Yesterday a flurry of texts flew out rapidly to let Uber users in Bengaluru know that UberEATS is in business. UberEATS, which has partnered with 300 restaurants in Bengaluru can be accessed by downloading a stand-alone app to get fresh

The Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah, had awakened Bengaluru to the idea of Indira Canteens when he presented the budget on March 15, 2017. A couple of months later, amidst worries that the deadline of August 15th wouldn’t be met

The fresh high school graduates flocking the capital are mostly headed towards university central, a.k.a. North Campus. The tad more populous and popular half of the University of Delhi sees a plethora of students gushing in from various parts of

This legendary outlet is a must-try if you ever visit Bangalore. The wait may be long, and the distance far to travel but the Benne Masala Dosa is oh, so worth it. Central Tiffin Room (CTC) gives you the complete

So, it turns out, that here in the Garden City of Bengaluru – we eat in! According to a report, Bengaluru makes up about 25 to 30% of the daily online delivery orders. RedSeer Management Consulting. who prepared the report, showed

There is street food, then there is Old Delhi street food and then there is Delhi’s old streets. These 10 street food stops in the Capital have been serving the capital with kebabs, tikkas and bhallas for decades. Eat from

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

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