Paranthe Wali Gali, Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi

India is one of the most fascinating places – it’s so diverse, complex, and different to anything else you’ll ever experience in your travels. India especially is well-known for causing Westerners culture shock.

India provides diverse opportunities to tourism. It is an amazing place with historical monuments and different parts of India offers different views and options but at times we think the culinary experiences alone (in India) makes travellers so excited.

Old Delhi was founded by Mughal Emperor and was considered to be most posh areas of those times and was filled with beautiful houses and grand mansions. A journey through its narrow and crowded bylanes excites the explorer. Experience of such a journey will not disappoint you at all.

Delhi and Delhi-ites are known as much for their insatiable appetites as they are for the unending variety of food found in the city. But what really captures the essence of the city is the street food that changes colour and taste but gets only better with discovering the city.

A visit to Chandni Chowk is incomplete without tasting the delicious trademark food served there. One such complex alley is the famed Paranthe Wali Gali, a gastronomical experience in the by-lane of Chandni Chowk. A parantha is a flatbread that originated in the Indian subcontinent.

The Paranthas served here is strictly vegetarian. Paranthas served have a variety from a usual stuffing of Cauliflowers, Paneer (fresh cheese), Aaloo (potato), etc. to most unusual stuffing of Papad (papadum), Banana and Kaju (cashew nuts). Nevertheless, the variety and taste would not let you miss anything.

If you love eating then Easy Expedition highly recommends a visit to Paranthe Wali Gali