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Best Places For Golgappa In Delhi


Best Gol Gappe in Delhi-NCR. 10 Best places for mouthwatering Golgappas in Delhi. Best Panupuri in Delhi – Best street food stalls for Kolkata Style Phuchka in Delhi.

UPSC Chaat Wala

Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, Next to UPSC Building, New Delhi


UPSC Chaat Wala, popularly known as Prabhu Chaat Bhandar is one of the most popular street-food-joints in Delhi serving lipsmacking Chaats and Golgappas. Although widely known for their spicy Aloo Tikki Chaat, they serve two variants of Golgappas – Regular Golgappas (Rs 20) and Bharwa Golgappas (Rs 60). The crisp shallow balls of Golgappas are served dip in flavorful Golgappa-Paani, with mint and tamarind chutney. Also try their Papari Chaat and Bhalla Papri. A full-plate of mouth-watering Chaat at UPSC Chaat Wala will cost you less that Rs 100, for two people.

Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar

Opposite McDonalds, Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi


Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar serves one of the most spicy and authentic version of Indian street-food items. This popular roadside street-food joint specialises in serving amazingly delicious Golgappas. Unlike others, the Golgappas are dipped in the spicy JalJeera water flavoured with Harad (digestive). Apart from their mouthwatering Golgappas, they serve various kinds of Chaat, Somosa, Kachori, Aloo Tikki, Bhalla Papari, Pav Bhaji and Fruit Chaat.

Prince’s Paan & Chaat Corner

M Block, Greater Kailash, New Delhi


For people who doesn’t like to tread through the crowded and narrow by-lanes of Chandni Chowk for street food,  Prince’s Paan & Chaat Corner is a saviour. This shop, located in an up market place is nothing like others. They prepare Golgappa water (Pani Puri) only in mineral water (Bisleri, Aquafina, Himalaya and others) and serve Chaat in the most hygienic manner possible. Their taste and servings, both are quite good enough to please anyone. They serve several varieties of Chaat such as Banana Chaat, Aloo Tikki, Bhalla Papari, Spinach Chaat, Pattor Chaat and others. In addition to Chaats, they also serve the best Pan (Betel Leaf Chew) in the town. Some of the best-sellers are Butterscotch Paan, Paan Chaat, Strawberry Paan and Chocolate Paan.

Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar

Shop 1462, Near Sheesh Ganj Sahib Gurudwara, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi


Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar, also known as Radha Swamy Chaat Bhandar is one of the oldest eateries in Chandni chowk (and famous too). This place is widely popular among the locals for their authentic traditional flavours. It is said that taste of Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar is not found anywhere else in the entire city. Their Paani Puri and Papdi Chaat is something to die for. Their Golgappas are crisp and the JalJeera Paani is cold and spicy. You should also taste their Papari Chaat, garnished with Aloo Chutney, Ginger and Saunth.

Bitto Tikki Wala (BTW)

Across 12 Locations


Bitto Tikki Wala, popularly known as BTW is the most popular street-food frachise (shops) in Delhi. BTW is most popular among the locals in North and West Delhi. Bittoo Tikki Wala’s Golgappas taste different (can be easily distinguished) from others as it is prepared with a perfect mix of the spices, Meethi and Pudina chutney. The USP of the place (besides taste) is they strictly maintain hygiene standards. A plate of Golgappas are priced for Rs 30 (5 pcs of Golgappas). They also use Pomegranate Pearls and Ginger Toppings in their street-food. They don’t serve Chaat only, they also serve South Indian delicacies like Dosa, Idli, Vadas and Pav Bhaji. Although BTW has 12 different stalls across Delhi, the one in Pitampura is highly recommended.

Chote Lal Chaat Bhandar

1030 Sitaram Bazar, Near Chawdi Metro Station, Old Delhi


Located in Sitaram Bazar in the Old Delhi, Chote Lal Chaat Bhandar is another great place to satisfy all your golgappa craving. Credited to be one of the most popular Golgappa stalls in Delhi, they serve generously-stuffed Golgappas with spicy fillings and smeared in spicy Paani (Tamarind water). They also serve other popular street-food items such as Chaats like Aloo Chaat Papdi, Mixed Fruit Chaat, Dry Fruit Chaat, Pao Bhaji, Matar Kulcha & much more.

Rasili Chaat

Central Market, Masoodpur, Near Vasant Square Mall, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi


Rasili Chaat is a popular street food joint, a small open-air outlet located near Vasant Square Mall in Vasant Kunj, South Delhi. The shop is primarily famous for their Golgappas. They serve Golgappas (with or without Ragra) and a plate has 5 shallow-balls of Golgappas. They do maintain high level of cleanliness and their Pani Puri is prepared in mineral water and costs Rs 40/plate.

Vishno Chaat Bhandar

Near Chota Gali Chakkar, Kamla Nagar, New Delhi


Vaishno Chaat Bhandar in Kamla Nagar is a wonderful street food stall with an amazing Chaat menu. The place churns out some of the most flavorful Golgappas and Chaats in the locality. The taste of the crisp Golgappas eaten with a mixture of flavored Golgappa Paani is amazingly satisfying and delicious. Othe not-to-miss items are Kalmi Bada Chaat, Bharwa Papri and Laal Aloo Chaat. Their lip smacking Golgappas is an amazing way to satisfy your street-food cravings in an affordable price.

Bengali Sweet House

Bengali Market, Connaught Place, New Delhi


Golgappas are known as Phuchkas in West Bengal and have an distinct flavor. With slightly acidic and tangy, the Puchkas are the classic Bengali style Golgappas that are hard to resist. What better place to eat authentic Kolkata style Golgappas in Delhi other than in Bengali Market, CP. They serve a plate of Golgappa (8 pcs) for Rs 56 and Golgappa Chaat for Rs 60. The filling is spicier and the flavoured water is a bit sour and tangy, both tastier.

Chaat Chowk

SF-44, DLF Galleria Market, DLF Phase 4, Gurgaon


If you love street food, but hate unhygienic ones then Chaat Chowk in DLF Phase 4 is the place for you. It is nothing sort of what you may have imagined of street food joint. Surprisingly, the place is super clean and has a dedicated street food menu. They serve Puchka (Kolkata style Golgappas) and Gol Gappa (North Indian style) fried crisp and filled with a mixture of flavored water (Paani), Tamarind chutney, chaat masala, potato, onion and chickpeas. The taste of Gol Gappas are simply best in whole Gurgaon. Also try their Banarasi Samosa Chaat and Banarasi Aloo Tikki (cooked in Olive Oil). They also serve an assortment of flavorful drinks such as Mithi Lassi from Vrindavan, Nimbu Paani Masaledar, Khus Soda, Jal Jeera and Aam Panna.