Come with us, as we take you through the streets of Old Delhi, to experience its original cuisine- the Mughal cuisine!
The Mughal dynasty was originally a clan of Turkish- Mongolians from Persia and as its capital for the longest time, Delhi inherited some of its finest delicacies.
Our walk begins on a sweet note at one of the oldest Kulfi shops. Established in 1908, this shop pioneered in creating a variety of Kulfis, traditionally a cold dessert from Persia. Next, we move on to what Delhi is known for-its street food. We have an interesting story about its origin in the streets of Persia for after you have gobbled down the last of the gol gappas, aloo tikis and halwa.
An important stop on this walk is an old school coffee house, that dared to serve vegetarian snacks at a time when non- vegetarian was the food of the kings.
We end on a high note, with mouthwatering kebabs and a success story that is an inspiration to all of us.
Meeting Point: Stops Hostel, New Delhi
Distance Covered: 1.1km
Duration: 3 hours
Scheduled for Days: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays
Price: Rs. 300 (Resident)
Rs. 400 (Non- Resident)
(includes transportation, guide fee and tea. FOOD NOT INCLUDED.)
What to carry: Walking Shoes
Eno (digestive tablets)
How to get there:
Nearest metro station- Delhi Gate Metro Station on the Violet Line
Nearest bus stop- Delhi Gate Bus Station
The hostel is a minute away from the metro station and the bus stop.