As we embark on our culinary journey in this food trail we leave the suburbs of Nizamuddin. Now, we travel towards one of the oldest mosque in the world – ‘Jama Masjid’. Here, you will get a true vibe of what Ramadan stands for. While at it, you will also step into a world of delicacies beyond your wildest dreams. The aromas of the spices will tingle your sensations and you will rediscover the true limit of your appetite. Here’s Part 2 of our Ramadan Food Trail.
Kake Da Hotel
Established in 1921, operating out of a small window in its inception. And now one of the most renowned dining destinations. It is crowded round the clock when it’s open to its patrons. This is the go-to for a quick bite stop to start the trail. Delectable food with really good service awaits you here.
Crownit Recommends: Chicken Tikka
Price for two: 600/-
Nizam’s Kathi Kebab
For Kathi Roll lovers, this place is paradise. Legend says that Nizam’s is where Kathi Rolls were first invented. You can’t miss this shop if you love indulging in delectable rolls. They even have a paneer tikka roll that is to die for. Go try out yourself to fall in love with Nizam’s.
Crownit Recommends: Paneer Tikka Roll
Price for two: 900/-
Wash down these quick bites with the traditional oh-so-delicious Lassi. Amritsari Lassi Waala is the best pit-stop for Lassi. They have a good variety of Lassi with different flavours. It is imperative to hop over to this place for a drink break during your Ramadan Food trail.
Crownit Recommends: Kesar Badam Lassi
Price For two: 200/-
Darya Ganj is known for their authentic Mughlai food. As we enter Daryaganj, our first stop is Changezi Chicken. Their namesake dish is a favourite dish among Delhiites. Chicken changezi is basically roasted chicken cooked with tomato, ginger, garlic, onions, green chilies, herbs, spices, and oil. It is packed with spicy flavour and has a rich red colour.
Crownit Recommends: Changezi Chicken
Price for two: 600/-
Aslam Chicken is for its tikkas and kebabs glazed with a heavy coating of butter. The kebabs will melt in your mouth. It would be wrong on your part not to try this.
Crownit Recommends: Seekh Kebab
Price for two: 450/-
This is one of the most famous restaurants of Old Delhi. Al-Jawahar known for their quick service and usage of fresh spices in their dishes. It’s no wonder their dishes are heavenly.
Crownit Recommends: Mutton Korma
Price for Two: 550/-
The legendary Karim’s is known as the bastion of Ramadan delights, rich Muslim food and great hospitality. It was established in 1931 by descendants of Mohammed Aziz. Aziz was a cook in the royal court of Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar. Is it a wonder their food tastes like royalty?
Crownit Recommend: Biryani and Quema
Price for two: 800/-
They are known for selling savoury and sweets for more than 100 years. Ameer Sweets’ mouth-watering Khoya Samosa is highly recommendable.
Crownit Recommends: Khoya Samosa
Price for two: 250/-
Old Delhi’s Famous Jalebi Walla
You can’t miss this shop when in Old Delhi. They serve the best Jalebi’s in Delhi. The Jalebis are lip smacking and a must try for all.
Crownit Recommends: Jalebi with Rabri
Price for Two: 200/-
Kuremal Mohan Lal Kulfi Waale
This family has been selling kulfis since 1908 in the Old city. They have 50 different varieties of kulfis. There are some which are made from fruits. Some probably we haven’t even heard of, like Falsa.
Crownit Recommends: Stuffed Mango Kulfi and Anzeer(Fig) Kulfi
Price for two: 300/-
With this we come to the end of our Ramadan Food Trail. While on your trail, do tag us along for an awesome cashback experience. We wish this Ramadan, you are gifted with blessings of Allah and many treasured moments of joy! Ramadan Mubarak!