Delhi-The national capital being close to Punjab and Haryana has much influence of Punjabi language and cuisine. After the partition of 1947 the Hindu and Sikh Punjabi community of West Punjab took refuge in Delhi,
These people adopted the city as their homeland they also gave the Punjabi culture in turn to Delhi changing the food pattern and culinary choices, While taking about the Punjabi dishes- the first and foremost comes to mind is Chole Bhature.
As in the old times being less irrigation facilities Punjab was growing much grams and it was the staple diet of the masses.
Chole dish is prepared by boiling gram and application of spices and paste of onion, tomato and garlic etc. Bhature is prepared by flour with the stuffing of cottage cheese called as “Paneer” etc and are served together with pickle and Chutney (chutney is a sauce of a dry base of Chilies, tomatoes, garlic and coriander).
If you are doing Delhi tour do not forget to savour mouth watering Chole Bhature dishes in any well known place. We are providing you a ready reckoner of Chole Bhature serving places of Delhi according to localities.
Famous spots of Chole Bhature in Delhi
Shop name Locality Shop name Locality
Chacha Kamla Nagar Baba Nagpal Lajpat Nagar
Ashu Rohini Anand Jee Lajpat Nagar
Baashi Di Hatti -Malika Gunj Ram Jee Malviya nagar
Nand Di Hatti – Sadar Bazaar Bhanu Malviya nagar
Shiv Misthan- Chandni Chowk Kella Lajpat nagar
Radhey Shyam – Paharganj CL Corner Moti Nagar
Sitaram Paharganj Param Di Hatti Raja Garden
Odeon sweets Gol Market Monika Café Vikas Puri
Bhopal Wala Scindia House Rama’s Tilak Nagar
Kwality Cannaught Place
Om Corner Karol Bagh
Roshan Di kulfi Karol Bagh