Gali Paranthe Wali is the name of a narrow street in the Chandni Chowk area of Delhi, India, noted for its series of shops selling paratha, a fried Indian bread, and now a popular culinary destination. The place opened somewhere in 1870s. The food is old fashioned, "strictly" vegetarian, and cooked dishes do not include onion or garlic, since the owners are brahmins, and traditionally their clientele has included Jains in the neighborhood. Varieties include exotic fillings like Kaju (cashew nuts), Badam (Almonds), Matar (Peas), Mix Paranthas, rabri parantha, etc.The parantha is usually served with sweet tamarind chutney, mint chutney, mixed vegetable pickle, paneer (Cottage Cheese) and potato curry, potato and fenugreek curry, and a sauteed mash of Custard Apple (sitaphal).
|Frying hot samosas in Rain|
Gianiji ka Falooda famous for Rabri Falooda, established around 1947. I haven't tasted stronger thick shakes anywhere in India. There are various branches of Gianiji all over the Delhi but the taste at the original shop surpasses way beyond anything you have ever tried.
|Famous Rabri Falooda|
|Gianiji filling the glasses|
|Rose Milk Shake|
Just adjacent to Gianiji is Kake di Hatti. I can bet you to try eating 2 Stuffed parathas/ Naan. It is one of the most difficult thing to do because of the sheer size of the Naan.
|Making of Stuffed Paratha|
|Famous Stuffed Naan|
There are couple of Whole Sale Dry Fruits Shops for people to try.
On the return, Right side of the street, I liked only one shop - Nataraj Dahi ke Bhalle