best ramadan foods in Delhi

 

With Ramazan going on, Delhi restaurants and road-side eateries are chock-full of different Ramadan foods that are not only appetizing but energy-packed as well.

That being said, let’s quickly take a dig at top 10 places that serve best Ramadan food in Delhi.

Kallan Sweets

@Matia Mahal, Jama Masjid, Old Delhi

Kallan Sweets is known for providing best Ramadan foods in Delhi and among them Bright Orange and thick Paneer Ki Jalebi are delicious ones. These are most liked by Delhites because these jalebis are made up of cottage cheese paste instead of flour. Other popular dishes liked by Delhi people during Ramadan include Paneer ke Pakode, Keema Samosa, Khoya Samosa etc.

Karim’s

@Gali Kababian, Jama Masjid, Old Delhi

Karim is famous for providing best Ramadan Cuisine in Delhi. They offer Mughlai food which is not only good in quality but brilliant in taste also. You will not find such a best non veg restaurant anywhere in whole Delhi. Most recommendable dishes of this place are Mutton Burra, Chicken Jahangiri, Ghost Curry, Brain Curry, Chicken Mughlai etc.

Ashok & Ashok Meat Dhaba

@Sadar Bazar, Azad Market, Old Delhi

Do not just go by the name of this place as it appears to be a Dhaba but food served here is made up of Desi Ghee. If you want to celebrate your Ramadan 2016 with delicious non vegetarian food, visit this place as they will serve you amazing Mughlai dishes. Though the food they serve is limited but taste is incomparable. You must try Biryani, Curry and Roti for having a gastronomic experience.

Moti Mahal

@Netaji Subhash Place, Daryaganj

It’s an Indian restaurant and counted among best place to eat in old Delhi. It’s famous for delicious Tandoori dishes and Butter Chicken. No restaurant in Delhi can beat the taste of food served by this restaurant. Besides food, service is fast and price of food is affordable.

Ustad Moinudin Kebabs

@Ballimaran, Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi

If you wish to taste delicious kebabs or rolls among famous Delhi food places, it’s the perfect legendary place to visit. You will not get Buff Seekh Kebabs at many places of Delhi. This place is popular for serving these kebabs and Sangam Biryani in perfect way having magical taste that you won’t get anywhere.

Haji Mohd. Hussain Fried Chicken

@Matia Mahal, Jama Masjid

You must have tasted KFC chicken and may have belief in your mind that no other place can serve fried chicken better than KFC. But you are wrong; visit this place and you will get something unique that you haven’t tasted before. Keema Goli is famous as best Ramadan food here.

Aslam Chicken Corner

@Matia Mahal, Jama Masjid

If you are in a search of best Ramadan foods in Delhi, your search ends here. They have very innovative method of preparing chicken dishes and as a result a never forgettable dish is offered. Ramadan special dish served at this place is Chicken Seekh Kebabs along with butter and green chilies.

Kebabs at Qureshi, Lallu Kebabi, Bhaijaan And Kale Baba

@Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi

They serve excellent kebabs to Delhites and very famous among Delhi food. Shammi Kebabs, Sutli Kebabs etc. are some of the famous non veg dishes delivered here. These are four shops and all of them are serving best taste in kebabs.

Laung Churey Kebab

@Chitli Qabar, Jama Masjid, Old Delhi

As the name suggests, this place is also famous for serving different varieties of kebabs. It’s a paradise for vegetarians who love to eat Kebab. It is well known among the best places to eat in old Delhi because of serving veg kebabs in three different styles.

Changezi Chicken

@Multiple locations across the city

It’s the place that one must never miss during Ramadan 2016 as they serve chicken in yummy gravy made up of yogurt, tomato and onions. Try their Biryani, Paya, Nahari dishes; you will fall in love with this place. There are different branches of this place and every branch is serving quality food.

 

 

 

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