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Food Walks With Learning

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A learning food walk like this is meant to be more than just an introduction to Indian food. If you’re the kind of food lover who wants to know the intricate details about ingredients, way of preparation and methods of experiencing different aspects of food, then these food walks are for you. In addition to food tasting, these food walks may include a short Introduction to Spices and Visit to Kitchen session (in Old Delhi if available ) in which you get to learn about some of the ingredients used in Indian cooking and also know how and where they’re cooked. Your expert food guide will explains what, whys and hows of all the food items in an easy to understand yet informative way. Depending upon available time, you can choose any of the following Learning Food Walks:

1. Old Delhi Food Walk With Learning

This food walk covers most of street food available in Old Delhi area and is a good choice if you have 4-5 hours to spare. Delhi food walks with chef

  • Food Walk Duration: 4-5 Hours.
  • Number of food joints visited : 7 to 9 in Old Delhi.
  • Number of food dishes available: 14-17 dishes. Equivalent to a full meal and snacks.
  • Food type: Vegetarian street food only. Non-vegetarian food available on request depending upon availability.
  • Cost: INR 5000 per slot. Private food walks can be arranged for an extra cost.
  • Places visited : Chandni Chowk, Spice Market (Khari Baoli),  Chawari Bazar,  Kucha Pati Ram, Kinari Bazar (All in Old Delhi)
  • Meeting place: Ticket counter near gate 2 of Chawari Bazaar Metro station. Or gate number 5 of Jama Masjid.
  • Drop off point: Chandni Chowk Metro station.
  • Pickup and drop : Can be arranged for INR 1500 from within Delhi.
  • Inclusions: Unlimited food, bottled water, hand wipes, sanitizer, Rickshaw rides.
  • Start Times: Can be between 9:30 am and 5:00 pm

2. New Delhi Food Walk With Learning

This food walk includes food from some of most popular street food points and old restaurants in Connaught Place, New Delhi. Perfect for those people who wish to taste modernised version of Indian street food.

  • Food Walk Duration: 4 Hours.
  • Number of food joints visited : 7 to 10 in Connaught Place, New Delhi.
  • Number of food dishes available: 12-18 food dishes. Equivalent to one meals and snacks.
  • Food type: Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian food.
  • Cost: INR 5000 per slot. Private food walks can be arranged for an extra cost.
  • Places visited : Connaught Place.
  •        Meeting Point : Block A, Connaught Place.
  • Transport: Pickup and drop from Delhi  available for INR 1500.
  • Inclusions: Unlimited food, bottled water, hand wipes, sanitizer.
  • Start Times : Can be between 10:00 am and 4:30 pm.

3. Complete Delhi Food Walk With Learning

If you wish to cover food from both Old Delhi and New Delhi, then choose this. It includes food tasting along with an extra meal in a traditional restaurant in New Delhi in addition to all the food of Old Delhi.

  • Food Walk Duration: 7 Hours.
  • Number of food joints visited : 9 to 11 in Old Delhi and New Delhi.
  • Number of food dishes available: 19-21 food dishes. Equivalent to two full meals and snacks.
  • Food type: Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian food.
  • Cost: INR 6500 per slot on purchase of two or more slots. One slot for INR 7500. Private food walks can be arranged for an extra cost.
  • Places visited : Chandni Chowk, Spice Market (Khari Baoli),  Chawari Bazar,  Kucha Pati Ram, Kinari Bazar, Connaught Place, Bengali Market.
  • Transport: Free pickup and drop from central Delhi zone available. Can be arranged for INR 1500 from places outside central Delhi.
  • Inclusions: Unlimited food, bottled water, hand wipes, sanitizer, Rickshaw rides.
  • Start Times : Can be between 9:30 am and 4:30 pm.

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4. Full Day Delhi Food Walk With Learning

Best choice for the biggest foodies if you have one day to spare. This full day food walk covers more food than any other food walk from all over the city. Also includes an optional, short tea tasting session in New Delhi (subject to availability).

  • Food Walk Duration: 10+ Hours.
  • Number of food joints visited : 12-15 in Old Delhi and New Delhi.
  • Number of food dishes available: 25-28 food dishes. Equivalent to three full meals and snacks.
  • Food type: Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian food.
  • Cost: INR 9200 per slot on purchase of two or more slots. One slot for INR 10000
  • Places visited : Chandni Chowk, Spice Market (Khari Baoli),  Chawari Bazar,  Kucha Pati Ram, Kinari Bazar, Connaught Place, Bengali Market, South Delhi and a few others.
  • Transport: Free pickup and drop from central Delhi zone available. Can be arranged for INR 1500 from places outside central Delhi and INR 1800 from Noida and Gurgaon.
  • Inclusions: Unlimited food, bottled water, hand wipes, sanitizer, Rickshaw rides.
  • Start Times : Can be between 9:30 am and 1 pm.
  • EXTRAS: A short tea tasting session (30-40 minutes) may be available on certain days.

BOOKINGS:
Email info@foodwalkindelhi.com or fill up the Contact Form.


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Full Day Delhi Food Walk

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For dedicated foodies, there is no better way to spend a full day in Delhi than sampling more than two dozen food items from all over the city and enjoying the sights at the same time. This full day food walk in Delhi takes you to more than a dozen of the best and oldest food places all over the city and taste their  specializations which make them well know landmarks. If you truly love food and want to savour as many food items as possible in a single day, then this is a must do activity. We start from Old Delhi for snacks items then move on to different parts of New Delhi for more snacks and meals.

In between, we can take you for an optional short tea tasting session lasting 20-30 minutes which will help you taste and appreciate some of the best teas that India has to offer at no extra cost. (Depends upon availability)

You can expect to taste some hard to find delicacies like stuffed kulfis, daulat ki chat, kulcha as well as highly specialised versions of tikka, bhatura, paranthas and various other delectable food items.

Food Walk Duration: 9 Hours.full day Delhi food walk
Number of food joints visited : 12-15 in Old Delhi and New Delhi.
Number of food dishes available: 25-28 food dishes. Equivalent to three full meals and snacks.
Food type: Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian food.
Cost: INR 8500 per slot on purchase of two or more slots. One slot for INR 9500. Private food walks can be arranged for an extra cost.
Places visited : Chandni Chowk, Spice Market (Khari Baoli),  Chawari Bazar,  Kucha Pati Ram, Kinari Bazar, Connaught Place, Bengali Market, South Delhi and a few others.
Transport: Free pickup and drop from central Delhi zone available. Can be arranged for INR 1500 from places outside central Delhi and INR 1800 from Noida and Gurgaon.
Inclusions: Unlimited food, bottled water, hand wipes, sanitizer, Rickshaw rides.
Start Times : Can be between 9:30 am and 1 pm.

BOOKINGS:

Email info@foodwalkindelhi.com or fill up the Contact Form.


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Delhi Food Walk

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This food walk is perfect for people who want to have more detailed insight in to Indian food and sights than what you can get in a short food walk lasting 3-4 hours. We’ve designed this food walk to include authentic street food as well as traditional meals from different Indian cuisines sourced from some of the best food places in Old Delhi and New Delhi both. In addition to food tasting, guests get to ride rickshaws, walk in centuries old streets and see some off-beat sights in both parts of Delhi city.

Food dishes in this tour include local street food delicacies like nagori halwa, lassi, kachori as well as traditional dishes like daal, saag chicken, kofta, 4-6 types of breads and numerous other food items.

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Food Walk Duration: 6 Hours.
Number of food joints visited : 9 to 11 in Old Delhi and New Delhi.
Number of food dishes available: 19-21 food dishes. Equivalent to two full meals and snacks.
Food type: Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian food.
Cost: INR 5200 per slot on purchase of two or more slots. One slot for INR 6000. Private food walks can be arranged for an extra cost.
Places visited : Chandni Chowk, Spice Market (Khari Baoli),  Chawari Bazar,  Kucha Pati Ram, Kinari Bazar, Connaught Place, Bengali Market.
Transport: Free pickup and drop from central Delhi zone available. Can be arranged for INR 1500 from places outside central Delhi and INR 1800 from Noida and Gurgaon.
Inclusions: Unlimited food, bottled water, hand wipes, sanitizer, Rickshaw rides.
Start Times : Can be between 9:30 am and 4:30 pm.

BOOKINGS:

Email info@foodwalkindelhi.com or fill up the Contact Form.


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Old Delhi Food Walk

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A Food Walk in Old Delhi is a perfect way of exploring the authentic Indian street food available in some of the best and oldest street food shops in Old Delhi area and enjoy the sights of very old fashioned way of life in this corner of the world. This food walk helps you explore the best of culinary delights that Old Delhi has to offer in a very non-touristy and enjoyable way. If you like roaming around in bazaars, crowded streets, taking candid pictures, crazy rides and tasting exotic food, then this food walk is for you.food walk in old delhi

The food items are sourced from some of the oldest food shops in Old Delhi, some of which are in business for 4-6 generations. You can expect to taste well known street food items like lassi, samosa, kulfi, parantha as well as some very unique and local food items like bedmi puri,  Everything is perfectly safe to eat as you can infer from reading any of hundreds of reviews on Tripadvisor and other platforms.

  • Food Walk Duration: 4 Hours.
  • Number of food joints visited : 7 to 9 in Old Delhi.
  • Number of food dishes available: 14-17 dishes. Equivalent to a full meal and snacks.
  • Food type: Vegetarian street food only. Non-vegetarian food available on request depending upon availability.
  • Cost: INR 4000 per slot on purchase of two or more slots. One slot for INR 4500. Private food walks can be arranged for an extra cost.
  • Places visited : Chandni Chowk, Spice Market (Khari Baoli),  Chawari Bazar,  Kucha Pati Ram, Kinari Bazar (All in Old Delhi)
  • Meeting place: Ticket counter near gate 2 of Chawari Bazaar Metro station. Or gate number 5 of Jama Masjid.
  • Drop off point: Chandni Chowk Metro station.
  • Pickup and drop : Can be arranged for INR 1500 from within Delhi and INR 1800 from Noida and Gurgaon.
  • Inclusions: Unlimited food, bottled water, hand wipes, sanitizer, Rickshaw rides.
  • Start Times: Can be between 9:30 am and 5:00 pm

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2. Quick Old Delhi Street Food Walk

This food walk is meant for tourists who wish to experience the true flavours of authentic Indian street food but have no more than 2 hours for it. This fast food walk takes you the crowded Chawari Bazar street for a fast walk tasting some of the best street food that Old Delhi has to offer.

  • Food Walk Duration: 2 Hours.
  • Number of food joints visited : 5 to 6 in Old Delhi.
  • Number of food dishes available: 9-11 dishes.
  • Food type: Vegetarian street food only.
  • Cost: INR 2800 per slot.
  • Minimum Group Size : 4
  • Places visited :  Old Delhi
  • Meeting place: Ticket counter near gate 2 of Chawari Bazaar Metro station. Or gate number 5 of Jama Masjid.
  • Drop off point: Chawari Bazaar Metro station.
  • Pickup and drop : Can be arranged for INR 1500 from within Delhi.
  • Inclusions: Unlimited food, bottled water, hand wipes, sanitizer, .
  • Start Times: Can be between 9:30 am and 5:00 pm

BOOKINGS:

Email info@foodwalkindelhi.com or fill up the Contact Form.

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Delhi Food Walk for Janette & Jeri, 22 Jan 2018

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Food Walk Type: Delhi Food Walk.
Name of Guests:  Janette Rabin and Jeri Fujimoto.
Date of Food Walk: 22nd Jan 2018

This food walk was booked on Viator  by Jeri and Janette before they started their trip in India. After pickup from hotel, we visited Old Delhi and New Delhi to taste around different food items from 10 different places in Old Delhi and New Delhi both.

Tripadvisor Review: 

We had a fabulous day in Old Delhi. Our guide Jaidev (spelling) took great care to ensure we were safe and enjoying ourselves. We had 8-9 Street snacks and then a full lunch! A lot of food! All of the snacks were delicious and I wanted to finish them all, but he kept warning us to not over eat and save room for the next treat. Good thing we listened to him! All treats were vegetarian and I was amazed at the variety. My favorite was the sweet milk foam with saffron and sugar, which is only sold during winter and in Old Delhi. It was like eating a sweet cloud!
He told us the streets were “quiet” but for us it was chaotic, loud, and exciting! My girlfriend said, “It was exhilarating!”
He told us stories of the shop owners, some over 4 generations owned and run. Tremendous pride in their products. He also showed us 300 year old buildings and I could imagine by his descriptions what the place must have been like back then. I was pleasantly surprised at how the shop keepers kept their places swept and cleaned. We were out for about 6 hours and walked maybe 1.5 miles. We walked in the back alleys and also took a rickshaw ride down the Main Street, not for the faint of heart! I would definitely recommend this tour, all places we stopped at were safe to eat (no tummy issues!) and definitely worth the time to go with an experienced guide. Loved it, will talk about it for years to come!

Excited to taste aaloo chaat, Indian version of french fries.

Excited to taste aaloo chaat, Indian version of french fries.

Masala chai and a fruit sandwich

Masala chai and a fruit sandwich

Aaloo tikki froma 100 years old chaat shop

Aaloo tikki froma 100 years old chaat shop

Eating freshly cooked Choley Bhaturey

Eating freshly cooked Choley Bhaturey

Riding electric rickshaw in Chandni Chowk

Riding electric rickshaw in Chandni Chowk

A north Indian non-vegetarian meal with saag chicken, kofta, tikka, roti, naan and parantha

A north Indian non-vegetarian meal with saag chicken, kofta, tikka, roti, naan and parantha