5 Best Chaat Shops in Delhi

A sunny winter afternoon, breeze summer evening or the ever romantic Dilli ki baarish, chaat is perfect for all seasons. The refreshingly cool curd, tangy chutneys and the crunch is like a therapy! Delhi is paradise for food lovers and it is famous for its insanely delicious chaat food. Today we take you through the top 5 places to dig into chaat in Delhi.

Best Chaat Shops in Delhi

  1. Natraj Dahi Bhalle Wale – Chandni Chowk

Natraj Dahi Bhalle is one of the best chaat shops in Delhi. A visit to Chandni Chowk is considered incomplete till you relish the yummy Dahi Bhalle from here. They are just perfect – size, taste, softness and of course the happiness that they bring complimentary.

Apart from Dahi Bhalle you also get Aloo Tikki which is to die for.

best chaat shops in Delhi
Dahi Bhalle- The famous Delhi chaat food. Image:recipecurry.com
  1. Bittoo Tikki Wala (BTW) – multiple locations

Think of chaat in Delhi and you cannot miss the famous BTW. The delicious aloo tikki is their signature dish. It is made in desi ghee and is served with chutney, curd! Pao Bhaji is another delectable option. The melt in the mouth pao and the spicy bhaji make a perfect combination. You can end the chaat experience with yummy sweets.

Must try – Alloo Tikki, Dahi Bhalle, Pao Bhaji, Gulab Jamun and Rasmalai.

  1. Atul Chaat Corner – Rajouri Garden

The main market of Rajouri Garden is a greatly loved shopping destination. So the next time you are in the area and want to dig into tempting chaat, drop in at Atul Chaat Corner. You are certainly in for a gastronomical extravaganza!

The place is famous for its crispy alloo tikki and spicy bhel puri and golgappe. You can also relish the delectable raj kachori.

Must try – Alloo tikki, Bhel Puri, Alloo Chaat, Batata Puri and Kulfi.

best chat shops in Delhi
Sumptuous chaat available throughout Delhi. Image: al-recipes.blogspot.com
  1. Bengali Sweet House – Bengali Market near Connaught Place

When in Delhi you cannot miss being at Connaught Place. Also known as the heart of Delhi, CP is ideal for shopping, entertainment and binging on food.

The legendary Bengali Sweet House in Bengali market, near Connaught Place is one of the very famous landmarks. You get a wide variety of mouth watering Chaat here. It is rightly said that at Bengali Sweet House it is difficult to choose what to eat and what to leave!

The quality is nice and it is very hygienic. The quick service adds to the overall experience.

Must try – Alloo Chaat, Papdi Chaat, Alloo Tikki, Golgappe Stuffed Chaat.

  1. Prabhu Chaat Bhandar – Khan Market

The classy Khan Market also could not resist the chaat magic. Prabhu Chaat Bhandar is one of the top places to dig into Chaat. It offers a range of options – golgappas, alloo tikki, alloo chaat, dahi bhalle and a lot more.

The quantity is quite filling and the preparation is fresh. You can customize the chaat as per your taste! Alloo tikki is certainly a must try. It is slow cooked which makes it very crunchy. The special bharva golgappe with special masala and curd is a delightful experience. End the savory chaat memoir with hot gulab jamuns!

And if you have exhausted this list already, don’t forget the much loved Haldiram’s for the quintessential Raj Kachori. Pioneers for introducing the concept, Haldiram’s is by far the most loved Top places to dig into chaat in Delhi. Alongside, it also serves the best snacks in Delhi. Melt into the delicious chole bathure, pao bhaji and everything the menu has to offer.

This was our list of famous chaat places in Delhi. Are you a chaat junkie too and there never goes an evening without tikki or golgappe? Join the gang and Do share your mouth watering feedback on these chat shops in the comments below!

Tanya Virmani is a Luxury Fashion & Travel Blogger from Delhi. Her blog, Let’s Expresso is one of the top Fashion Blogs of India. She is working with leading brands and writes on latest launches, events and trends.
Tanya is an English Hons from Delhi University and an alumni of NIFT, Delhi.
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