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Delhi Street Food

Chache Di Hatti – Kamla Nagar

It’s time to take your taste buds on an epic adventure with our guide to the capital’s most scrumptious and legendary Chole Bhature – Chache Di Hatti.
This place is a foodie heaven for all the Chole Bhature lovers, North Campus students and specially for the shopoholic people who refuel themselves with these incredibly flavorsome Chole Bhaturas.
Situated in the heart of North Campus of Delhi University Chache di Hatti is running to win our hearts since decades. We have been relishing upon the delicacy since childhood. Having my birth near to this place brings in nostalgic memories of getting so many plates packed on get together s at home. We all moved on but this place remains exactly same.
To enjoy this mouth watering, spicy and exotic Punjabi delicacy you need to queue up and wait for your turn to have the plate bursting with flavors in your hands but the wait is worth enough. Once your plate is there with you, you are ready to start the most exiting street food journey.
The super tender chole are topped with Imly chutney adding tinge to it. The freshly made fluffy bhaturas accompanied with onions and chili makes you journey more lip smacking.  You also have an option of having Bhaturas stuffed with Aaloo again which is again delightful.
They also sell their Masala which we term as Chache ka Masala for our daily routine purpose that we have been using since years. A must buy again.
Eating these iconic Chole Bhaturas is a not to be missed experience in life and specially if you are a true Delhite.
You can have juice or fresh limesoda from the stalls nearby as well.
Address : D-33, Kamla Nagar, Delhi
Starts at 10 AM until it gets sold out at around 3-4 P.M.
Our Tip:
EAT AS IF NO ONE IS WATCHING YOU. Happy Eating !!

Chache Di Hatti, Delhi Food Bloggers
Chache Di Hatti, Delhi Food Bloggers

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