DELHI-CIUS journey! The food walk in Old Delhi is a great experience and by far the best way to see and taste Old Delhi!!!! The places we visited and the foods we had were an incredible experience. The journey covered everything from delicious sweets, to the best naan in the world, to the greatest chicken I've ever had and many other amazing surprises that deserve to be tried!!! Either for foreigners or for locals, a tour with Delhi Food Walks is the best because the staff provides the best guidance and company to know the most special places of foods that are a must-eat in the heart of Delhi. This was my fist tour with them and it was excellent. The tour was well-planned, the food was safe and delicious, and they provided professional photos of the journey. If you are planning to go on a food walk, please eat little before the tour, so that you carry a good appetite and have enough room for all the delicious surprises that will be awaiting for you! Bon apetit!!! :D
Taste of heaven in chandini chowk My sister and I went for the chandini chowk breakfast tour conducted by Anubhav. The highlight of the tour was the nagodi halwa, Lotan chole kulcha, amritsari lassi, besan barfi, kheer, paneer jalebi...the list was endless. A very well chalked out route map..inspite of the humidity..we were awed by the delicious rich fare and the hospitality of the people in old Delhi. Anubhav is a very patient foodie guide and very knowledgeable about the various places to visit . The tour started and ended in time which was great.. A must do for every foodie!
Night food walk and breakfast trail a highlight of our trip We went on the food walk when we first arrived in New Delhi.This proved to be fantastic not just for the food but also for understanding the culture and what food means to the Indian people. The dishes were fantastic Anubhav made sure we tried a large range of dishes and tailored the tour to what we wanted to try most. We returned to New Delhi 7 days later and went on the breakfast trail tour, again we were amazed with the variety and quality. Considering the amount of food each person eats this a great value tour. A great introduction into Indian food and will provide visitors with enough local knowledge to try street food for the remainder of your Indian journey.
This guy is the Anthony Bourdain of Delhi!!! To put it plainly, this tour was AWESOME. As a foodie here in the US (and someone who has done food tours before), this tour exceeded all of my expectations. Anubhav is an awesome guide, taking you to places you'd never be able to find (or know about) on your own. The places he takes you and the food you eat is straight out of a 'No Reservations' episode. He goes to the most authentic places, and is extremely knowledgeable about the food, the ingredients, the history, and the local culture. He doesn't just TAKE you there, he brings you along with him on a journey deep (literally) into Delhi's food history. Simply put, the value of this walking tour is unmatched. After 4+ hours, we left the food walk stuffed, and were also able to see a side of Old Delhi that we otherwise wouldn't have. Anybody who gets excited about food or food tourism NEEDS to take this food walk... trust me.
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