Eid Mubarak: Tempting Street Treats At Chandni Chowk

| July 18 , 2015 , 16:48 IST
Jumme Ki Raat At Chandni Chowk
Eid Mubarak: Glimpses of Chandni ChowkDuring festivals, Chandni Chowk, a food lover's paradise — becomes a deluge of street side vendors and restaurants. Since the holy month of ramzan ends today and it's time to celebrate Eid, we bring you some glimpses of the Walled City.
Al Jawahar's Special Treat
IMG_20150124_174354 (1) Opposite to gate number 1 of Jama Masjid is this  old and popular eatery - Al Jawahar. They serve tender meat dishes with absolutely  right consistency.  Dishes are cooked using in-house masalas and their dishes are prepared under the supervision of experts.
Street Hawker Selling Mouth-Watering Delicacy
Eid Mubarak: Glimpses of Chandni Chowk On the right of Al Jawahar, there stands a street hawker who sells some delicious non-vegetarian delights. Make your way to him as early as possible in the evening, else you might have to come back next day.
Some Desi Grilled Stuffs
Eid Mubarak: Glimpses of Chandni Chowk Enough of microwave and griller food, check out this desi style griller non-veg delights. The man serving chicken starts around 5 pm till 10 pm, but expect the stand to be empty around 8 pm itself.
Nihari: Cooked For 9 Hours Using 32 Spices
Eid Mubarak: Glimpses of Chandni Chowk This Sadar Bazaar's oldest eatery is famous for Nihari. They start at 5.30 am and finish around 8.30 am. If you're not a morning person, fret not, head there in the evening around 6 pm.