Guide to Street Food in New Delhi

By Lydia, September 2012

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Walking the streets of India’s capital city is an assault on the senses. Locals on foot shoulder their way through the crowded sidewalks past brightly colored sari shops and stands selling floral offerings for the nearest temple. Horns of auto rickshaws and calls of street vendors come together to form a nearly continuous din, and amidst it all drifts the distinctive aroma of oil, curry powder and chili. You may be familiar with the Indian dishes found in sit-down restaurants throughout the world, but in Delhi, it’s the street food that keeps you coming back for more.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our New Delhi Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in New Delhi.

Photo courtesy of Barry Pousman via Flickr.

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