Delhi is known for its excellent food culture. Due to fusion with migrants from India and from outside the country, one can eat food from different regions. Initially, it was known for the street-food culture like papri-chat, golgappas, paranthas, etc., but now one can find Rajasthani, Chinese, Italian, Korean and South Indian cuisines.
Delhi provides food for different budgets and tastes. One can go for morning breakfast with paranthas at Chandni Chowk or with authentic South Indian at Sagar Ratna. For those who are interested in Continental, Old Coffee House at Connaught Places is the best option. It is best to finish breakfast with a glass of lemon-water or jal-jeera sold by vendors across Delhi.
As far as lunch goes, one can try Jamie’s Italian for authentic Italian including pizza, pasta and risottos. If one is looking for something traditional, then Khandani Rajasthani’s all you can eat thali is enough to fill one’s belly for a whole day.
Students should not be disappointed as there are a variety of cafes and snack joints in North Campus and South Campus at affordable prices. A student can stick to famous Vegetable Masala Maggi or try different college canteens as each one is famous for different food items. Street-side momos are famous as they are cheap and available in all parts of Delhi.
The Dilli Haat at INA provides cuisines from different regions of India like Assam, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir and Kerala. They provide authentic regional cuisines at decent prices.
If one is looking to end the day with a bit costly option, then Dal Bukhara at ITC Maurya is worth the cost. One can also go for Baluchi – The Lalit. For those who are on a light stomach, Khan Chacha might be the best option as they have been serving veg and non-veg rolls for years with the same excellent taste.