1. Raju Puchka Wala
Raju Phuchka wala, CR Park South and sophistication go hand in hand but when it comes gol gappa who gives a jack to the high. Chittaranjan Park, in South Delhi, homes a large Bengali community and hence we find lip-smacking panipuris to savor upon. Once you start gobbling them, you just as may forget count.
Place: Near Canara Bank, Market 1, Delhi
2. Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar
Chandni Chowk is the only place, which comes to our minds when we think of chaat and indeed it is a foodie’s heaven. Lala Babu’s golgappa’s have been known for decades and they have only gone better with time. Sworn by Delhites, this gem from Chandni Chowk has a special place in every food lover’s heart and stomach!
Place: Shop No. 27-33, Bengali Market, Connaught Place
3. Prabhu Chaat Bhandaar
This chat stall has been around for close to 3 decades in the by-lanes of UPSC building. Nicknamed UPSC kichaat, Prabhu Chat Bhandar serves golgappe with the most spicypaani. They always go out of business in 4-5 hours as their hot-selling items, the golgappe and tikka run straight out like hot cakes!
Where: Dhopur house, adjacent to UPSC building, Khan Market