- Explore the busy streets of Delhi on a food walking tour with a friendly guide
- Stop at street food stalls to indulge in some of the city’s best local bites
- Experience traditional local transportation on a rickshaw ride
- Mingle with locals at markets and shops
- Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a more personalized experience
Recent Photos of This Tour
- Foods sampled on tourPhoto by: Cherie A
- ChuskiPhoto by: Anonymous
- Food stallPhoto by: Anonymous
- Fried PotatoesPhoto by: Anonymous
- Gol gappaPhoto by: Anonymous
- MomosPhoto by: Anonymous
- Bread sandwichPhoto by: Anonymous
- Paneer TikkaPhoto by: Anonymous
- Paner TikkaPhoto by: Anonymous
- Ricksaw RidePhoto by: Anonymous
What You Can Expect
Hop on a rickshaw, one of the most common methods of transportation in Delhi, and pass through the city’s colleges and universities, stopping at an ancient Hanuman temple where locals gather to pay respect to the Hindu deity.
You’ll then head to your first food stop to witness how fresh local shawarma are made in only five minutes! If you’re a meat lover, you’ll love a sliver of this lamb, chicken, beef or mixed meats grilled on a spit.
Continue to a popular neighborhood hotspot, frequented by all walks of life including students. Here, enjoy a local favorite – fresh fruit beer – as well as banta, a delicious lemon-based drink that’s an ideal refreshment for hot Delhi weather.
Wind your way through the Kamla market and emerge onto a narrow alley full of delectable street food joints. This lane -- a great spot for photographers – is where you’ll sample several local specialties such as paneer tikka (tandoori-grilled, spice-marinated paneer), golgappas (savory stuffed pastry ball), bhelpuri (puffed rice and vegetables in a tangy tamarind sauce) and paav bhaji (potato curry with bread).
After these delectable samples, enjoy a stroll through nearby markets, where you can admire the work of local henna painters. Here, sample some crispy potatoes and stop for a refreshing serving of kulfi-falooda (homemade ice cream).
Your final stop is a sweet shop, whose fresh samosas (fried or baked pastry), rabdi (pudding) gulabjamun (bite-sized doughnuts) and sweet flavored milk await you. This is the perfect way to top off your delicious food tour!
Thoroughly enjoyed this delicious trip. Tushar was a great guide and very informative. Would highly recommend this to anyone who is a "foodie" wanting to taste street food and feel safe doing so. Favourite food - well there were many, but Bhel Puri is definitely high up there.
An informative tour with Chetan. Loved trying different types of street food. Shame I was so tired from my long haul flight from Australia the prior day.