VIDEO: American Tries Indian Street Food in Chandni Chowk in Delhi, India

 

After arriving in Delhi on my very first trip to India, I knew I had to go all-out on an Indian street food tour right away! So I hit the ground running and this American tried tons of unbelievable Indian street food in Chandni Chowk in Delhi, India! Chandni Chowk is also known as Old Delhi. There’s a reason why the Indian street food here is so famous! My friend Mili showed me around Chandni Chowk and I had my mind blown! The food there is seriously some of the best food on the planet!

During my first day in India, I decided to go nuts and eat as many Indian street food dishes as possible! Besides eating, we also saw the Red Fort, Connaught Place, and some of the main attractions in Old Delhi.

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Here are all the Indian street food dishes we tried:

-Chilly paratha

-Potato paratha

-Paneer paratha

-Lassi

-Aloo Kachodi

-Jalebi with Rabddi

-Chai

-Falooda

-Fire and Ice Paan

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Overall, I was blown away by the Indian street food in Delhi. Iit’s so good!!! But I have to tell you, you should take Pepto Bismol before breakfast and before lunch while eating Indian street food. After I got extremely sick following my time in Delhi, my buddy Trevor James (a.k.a. The Food Ranger) told me that this is the best way to prevent getting sick.

Trust me, you don’t want to get Delhi belly! It’s brutal and had me dehydrated from vomiting and diarrhea for an entire week. I couldn’t eat anything during that time. I’m not trying to scare you or to deter you from eating Indian street food. I want you to be better prepared than I was. Now, go eat and have fun!

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