Delhi Food Walk 3-Hour TourProduct ID: 38337
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- Experience the dizzying pace of daily life in Delhi
- Wander Delhi's chaotic streets and alleyways
- Explore local markets, temples, and historical sights
- Indulge in a sweet chai and tasty morsels from street stalls
- Learn about India's struggle for independence
After visiting the temple, you head out to your first food stop and see how fresh local shawarma (kebab) is made. From here, you continue on to an iconic neighborhood eatery that is popular with everyone, including students from nearby colleges. Here, you can enjoy a local favorite – fresh fruit beer – as well as momos (dumplings) and banta, a delicious lemon-based drink that’s an ideal refreshment for hot Delhi weather.
You then continue through the Kamla Market and emerge into a narrow alley full of delectable street food joints. This lane is a great spot for photographers and food lovers alike, and here’s where you sample several local delicacies like "paneertikka", "golgappas", "bhelpuri", "paavbhaji", and "chuski". Yum!
After sampling nearly everything you possibly can, walk it off through some beautiful nearby markets, admiring everything including the work of a local henna painter. You’ll sample some crispy potatoes and stop for the best homemade ice cream in Delhi, "kulfi-falooda". A little more walking through the bustling, fascinating streets of Delhi will lead you to your final stop – a sweet shop, where you have the opportunity to try some fresh "samosa", "rabdi", "gulab jamun", and sweet flavored milk.
This delectable Delhi food tour will leave you very satisfied and an aficionado of Delhi’s best local food, which you’ll be craving long after you leave this enigmatic city.
- Local English-speaking tour guide
- Rickshaw ride
- Metro ticket
- All-vegetarian meal, chai, and local snacks
- Items of a personal nature
- Tips or gratuities for your local guide
- Red Forth entrance fee
Vishwidhalaya Metro Station, Gate No. 4 (Yellow Line) (Open in Google Maps)
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Dress standard: Dress standards are conservative throughout Asia, especially outside major cities. To respect this and for your own comfort, we strongly recommend modest clothing. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the predominantly hot Asian climate.
Child policy: Children must be 6 to 11 years of age inclusively. Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour.
Product ID: 38337