These Are Ridiculously Cheap Food Joints In Delhi That Are Open Throughout The Night
You won’t discover many of these on Zomato. So consider this as quintessential for you, particularly when the weekend is here, and you’ll clearly longing for some nibbles in the dead of the night after partying at costly bars and dance club.
Here are inexpensive food joints in Delhi/NCR that are open for the duration of the night:
1. Paranthas under the Naraina Flyover
keema, aaloo, paneer, mix, gobhi, egg parantha, they have it all under one roof. Paranthas Under The Naraina Flyover will deliver them to you at your car/bike/scooter/bicycle parking spot, with lots of butter at the top. Perfect place for your hunger pangs.
2. Kebabs in Old Delhi
If you are craving for some Kebabs in the middle of the night then drive to Hauz Quasi lane. You will always find a couple of joints serving kebabs in the middle of night.
3. Egg bhurji at New Delhi Railway Station
Though you will always find the local restaurants serving food near the railway station. That to most of the dishes will be pocket-friendly. But we recommend you to try egg bhurji with pav. Sellers will serve the freshly cooked egg bhurji in no time.
4. Chur-Chur Naan & lassi under Moolchand Metro Station
Since I used to leave nearby and ate Chur-Chur nan with dollops of butter like thousand times, I will strongly recommend you to try those lip-smacking naan, and jeera lassi. There are only two people in the whole of Delhi that will gladly serve you a cream-filled glass of lassi at 2 in the night.
5. Chai-Maggi at HUDA City Center Metro Station
Now that the famous Delhi winters have almost arrived at the doors, most of us would crave random cups of tea after midnight during the weekends. If you’re feeling like a long drive, then the hawkers right outside HUDA City Center Metro Station serve great chai and Maggi all through the night.
6. Kachori-Samose outside Bangla Sahib Gurudwara
Even though the gurudwara kitchen closes at 11:30 in the night, there’s no dearth of food around the place. You get hot tea, freshly fried samosas and kachoris all night long right at the temple’s entrance.
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