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If the sign of a good place to eat is its popularity with the locals, then this shop has to be one of the best places for chaat in Old Delhi.The decor outside mesmerise you and will definately get you through the food . The papri chaat (crispy fried dough wafers, served with boiled potatoes, boiled chick peas, chilis, yoghurt and tamarind chutney) will definately steel your heart. The plae is not pretty expensive as it hardly cost Rs. 80 for 2 people.
2. Bishan Swaroop
Bishan Swaroop can be challenging to find but is definitely worth the effort. It's hidden away in one of Chandni Chowk's unruly side streets, which helps it retain an old-world feel. There's only a few items on the menu, but what this place makes, it makes well. The aloo kulla (boiled potato that's scooped out and filled with chickpeas and garnished with spices and lemon).
3. Natraj chat Bhandar
It is on the main united street of Chandni Chowk near by the central lane. The fruit haat and the allu chat out here is worth a try and speially the fruit chat . There are hell lot of vaities in chat which you can find out here
4. Lala Babu chaat Bhandar
Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar dishes up an enticing selection of authentic chaat. The service is friendly and the food offers good value for money.
The gobi muttar samosas (crispy pastries stuffed with cooked cauliflower, peas, and spices) are very popular.
5. Pawan Chat Bhandar
The plae is located in the kanari bazar in one of the street , though the place is worth a shot for the street food lovers. The experiment with the chaat papri and the gol - gappas , makes this place loved by all. The best delicasy is indeed the yoghurt mixed with sweet hutney in the salted papri .