For all the foodies, the best part about festivals is of course, Food. In India all the festivals are celebrated with great joy. We love to binge on a variety of food items specially sweets during the festival season. Our festivals are quintessentially all about Colours, Lights, new clothes and most importantly Food. No celebration is complete without an elaborate feast.
Muslims mark end of Ramadan with celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr
India is a diverse country and living in such a country gives us the opportunity to celebrate various festivals. Let’s end Ramadan binging in the best way possible. Old Delhi is a hub of scrumptious food that you won’t find anywhere. There was good food in every nook and cranny. Old Delhi streets shine bright during Ramadan season and Eid, making the festival just so special.
Places in Old Delhi that you must visit to give a perfect treat to yourself on Eid-
Aslam Chicken Corner
Address: 540, Bazaar Matia Mahal, Jama Masjid.
The name says it all. This 18 year old chicken corner resides in the hearts of people living in Old Delhi. The cooking technique is what makes Aslam so different. This time, Aslam Chicken Corner has started serving chicken seekh kebabs, with a nice flavour of green chillies and Amul butter.
Kebabs at Qureshi, Lallu Kebabi, Bhaijaan And Kale Baba
Addresses:Qureshi Kebab Corner and Lalu Kebabe, Opposite Gate No. 1, Jama Masjid; Bhaijaan Kebabs, Shop No. 2202, Bazar Chitli Qabar, Opp. Flora Bakery; Kale Baba ke Kebab, Sui Walan, Chitli Qabar.
Are you also a big fan of kebabs and biryanis like most of us are? Of course the iftar feast is incomplete without kebabs. Kebabs with butter, onions and chutney. It just made your mouth-watered right? Qureshi Kebab Corner and Lalu Kebabi are serving people from a long time and Bhaijaan as just followed the lead.
Address: 973, Bazar Matia Mahal, Jama Masjid
Beat the heat with Cool Point’s famous kesar milk, badam milk, lassi and mango and vanilla ice cream. Another popular sweet dish that will be a treat to your taste buds is shahi tukda made with pure ghee and phirni as well.
Haji Mohd. Hussain Fried Chicken
Address: 113, Bazar Matia Mahal, Jama Masjid
KFC has entered the market just now, but this chicken corner is amusing people from 40 years. The crunchy chicken is served with rumali roti, onions and special tangy masala chutney.
Address: Shop no. 701, Haveli Azam Khan, Chitli Qabar, Jama Masjid
Pehalwaan Biryaniwale, also known as Biryani Mirch Masala, is right opposite Ameer Sweet House in Haveli Azam Khan. The scrumptious biryani is sold from 5pm to 2am.
We know you just can’t wait to explore the lanes of Old Delhi fir these amazing eating options that will blow your mind. Eid Mubarak. Stay tuned for more Health and Lifestyle updates.