Natraj Dahi Bhalla wala, Old Delhi, India

Chandni Chowk, Delhi: A Foodie’s Delight

When India meets Malayasia


Travel&Spice: S01E04
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Hola foodies/travellers! Presenting Episode-04 of Travel&Spice for your dose of spicy travel, where travellers share interesting stories about their favourite meal, restaurant or food encounters.

Based in India, Ambica Gulati has been a travel writer for a decade now. As a journalist with two decades of experience, she has worked with in-flight and travel magazines in senior positions and now has a blog – A Traveller’s Wish List.

Over to Ambica…

With different cultures and an enormous variety of cuisines, India can leave you a little baffled. Even the locals are spoiled for there is a vendor at every corner.

But then you learn to find the more famous street vendors or shops. And most of them happen to be in the old parts of any city. So, one day we went off on a food walk to Chandni Chowk in Delhi with Delhipedia to dig into some famous chaats and more.


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