In today's episode, we are taking you on a fun-filled street food tour across West Delhi along with our talented and lively host Yashvi Bagga. So fasten your seat belt for a ride full of drooling and lighthearted moments. Being a professional comedian, Yashvi's jovial presence adds a playful flavor to this mouthwatering journey. Let's see which places did we try with her.
Our first stop was Monika cafe in Block GG1 Vikaspuri. Here we polished off a soft and fluffy, paneer loaded bhature with chole. The freshly fried bhature is a favorite with people from all backgrounds.
The second stop was Aamritsari Kulccha Corner at C Block, Vikaspuri. For the past eight years, this quaint eatery has been catering to the chole bhature cravings of the masses far and wide. But the special thing about this place is their eclectic variety in regards to this dish. They have introduced some really cool variants like the cheese kulcha. We tried it along with veg keema kulcha. Both the varieties ticked all the boxes of being a perfect kulcha. The cheese one was surprisingly phenomenal.
The third stop was Raju Chur Chur Naan at DDA Community Centre. As the name suggests it is hand-crushed tandoor baked bread that is loaded with an insane amount of butter. Here it was accompanied with dal makhni, paneer curry, mixed veg, and raita. The taste was brilliant but it was slightly undercooked.
The fourth stop was Ajay Chole Kulche at the District center. His kulche we made of semolina. The boiled yellow peas mixture was light and home-styled. The final stop of this food tour was Haryana Lassi wale at the district center. It isn't any proper eatery but a lassi and raita counter on a bicycle.