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From golgappa to seekh kebab: Indulge in the goodness of Delhi street food at these joints

India offers a variety of street food options for food lovers, and Delhi too is not far behind. From gol gappa to dahi bhalla, here are some street snacks you must try on your next visit to the Capital.

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Seekh Kebab: If you enjoy eating non-vegetarian food and are a fan of kebabs and tikkas, then Jama Masjid in Old Delhi area is the place to be. Shops there serve delicious mutton burra kebab, seekh kebab, shammi kebab, biryani and many other delicacies, along with sweet dishes like gulab jamun and shahi tukda, making it a paradise for lovers of street food.  (Source: Getty/Thinkstock Images)

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Chole Bhature: Delhi is known for it's chole bhature, and if you havn't tasted the fluffy bhature and the accompanying chole cooked in ghee, then your street food experience is not complete. There are quite a few places where you can enjoy a plate of delicious chole bhature in the city - Giani’s di Hatti in Chandni Chowk, Roshan’s at Karol Bagh, Sita Ram at Paharganj, Nand ke Chole Bhature in Sadar Bazaar, Baba Nagpal Corner in Lajpat Nagar and Chache di Hatti in Delhi University. (Source: Getty/Thinkstock Images)

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Paranthe Wali Gali: The historic Paranthe Wali Gali in old Delhi is where you need to go to enjoy piping hot paranthas. The small gali (lane) is lined with shops that offer paranthas with every kind of stuffing that you can imagine, like rabdi, malai, chickpea, cottage cheese - you name it and they will have it. Stuffed aloo (potato) parantha, gobi (cauliflower) parantha, and matar (peas) parantha are the most popular. (Souce: foodiesbayofmumbai/Instagram)

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Aloo Chaat: Nobody can deny the joy of eating crispy fried potatoes mixed with sweet and tangy sauce. Try this tangy savoury at Sitaram Bazaar in Chandni Chowk, UPSC Bhawan, Nathu’s Sweet in Bengali Market, and Prabhu Chaat Bhandar in Khan Market. You will be left asking for more! (Source: Getty/Thinkstock Images)

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Kulfi: Nothing beats a good-old stick of malai or kesar kulfi during summers. Roshan di Kulfi in Karol Bagh, Kuremal at Chawri Bazaar, Siya Ram Nannumal at Ajmeri Gate, Ravi Raj di Kulfi at Karol Bagh and Jain Kulfi Bhandar at Shahdara are some popular joints where you can head to enjoy a kufi. (Source: Getty/Thinkstock Images)

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Golgappa: Known by many names like panipuri, puchka and golgappa, this common street snack can be found at every nook and corner of the city. Served with a mix of potato and chickpea and a variety of chutneys and tamarind water, one can never get enough of these fried balls of goodness. Have it at the local market in Chandni Chowk, Rajouri Garden, Lajpat Nagar Market, CR Park, UPSC Bhawan. We are sure you just cant stop at one. (Source: Getty/Thinkstock Images)

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Dahi Bhalla: Delhi's street food variety has something for everyone, and serves as the perfect snack option during tea time. Dahi bhalla, which is essentially vadas or bhalla with a hearty serving of yoghurt, is the perfect snack option during summers. Yoghurt helps beat the heat and helps cool down your body. Try a delicious plate of dahi bhalla at Natraj in Chandni Chowk, Atul Chaat Bhandar in Rajouri Market, Shyam Ji Corner at Old Delhi Road and Dahi Bhalla Corner at Karol Bagh. (Source: Getty/Thinkstock Images)

Daulat ki Chaat: A trip to Old Delhi feels incomplete if you do not try the famous Daulat ki Chaat. Available during the winter season, this sweet offering is made with milk and flavoured with ingredients like khoya and mawa. The foamy delight is worth a try! (Source: sreetamabagchi/Instagram)