Craving kachori? Try out these 10 places in Delhi
Famous kachoris of Delhi
Indians have a penchant for stuffed food. Be it paratha, samosa, pakora, or paani puri, we just can’t get enough of them. Luckily for us, all these delicacies are easily available in almost every nook and cranny of the country. Another popular stuffed snack that Indians love to eat is kachori. A fried snack that is made with maida, the hollow ball is typically stuffed with moong dal, although a variety of ingredients are used as a filling depending on the region it is being served in. Here are the 10 best places to grab a plate of kachori in the capital city.
- Fateh ki Kachori, Kashmere Gate
Many vendors are renowned for mastering the art of cooking. The same holds true for Fateh ki Kachori, where a man sells kachoris from a bicycle, along with chole kulcha. He proves that you don’t need to own a restaurant to serve good food. (Image: Instagram/dilsefoodie)
- Baba Nagpal Corner, Lajpat Nagar
Kachori is just one of the delicacies that Baba Nagpal Corner is known for, and it certainly is one of their best offerings. Their aloo kachori is simply delightful.
- Sudarshan, Chawri Bazaar
Known primarily for their flavourful milkshakes, the chefs at Sudarshan can prepare a real treat in the form of their crushed kachoris which are sprinkled with aloo sabzi. (Image: Instagram/emptystomachbydia)