The walled city of the Indian Capital is an amalgamation of heritage, monuments, and traditions. Life here contradicts itself. One half of it is sober and filled with tranquillity like it was before independence, and the other half of it is a chaos with an overcrowded labyrinth of streets.

Delhi 6 is always on its toes whether it is a festival or not. There is a carnival going on 24×7. You frequent the place and your second thought would be “Is this a parallel world?”. Unless you are looking forward to a quaint little restaurant where you book a table with an amazing Nearbuy Promo Code, these glitzy shops and eternally enthralling food stalls on jam-packed roads have everything that a true blue Desi foodie yearns for!

Talking about the food, it is finger licking, mouth watering, and utterly sumptuous. Small food joints are a common sight in Delhi 6. So, we decided a pay a personal visit and here is a list of MUST VISIT places to hog on this festive season.

Best Places to Eat in Dilli-6 Old Delhi

Aslam Chicken

Aslam Chicken

The first has to be Aslam Chicken Corner! Divided into a 3-floor building, the place is famous for its roasted butter chicken. Oozing with butter, the chicken tikka is served in 4 different quantities- full, three-fourth, half, and quarter. Make sure you have ample amount of time when you pay a visit because there is usually a waiting time of 10-15 minutes. Aslam chicken corner is also famous for its fish tikka and chicken kebab.

  • Timing: 4pm to 12:30am
  • Cost for two: Rs 450 
  • Location: Jama Masjid, Delhi- 6

Qureshi Kebab Corner

Qureshi Kebab Corner

Usually surrounded by 10-15 people at a moment, Qureshi ke kebab is one thing you should definitely try when frequenting to Dilli 6. The chicken and buff kebabs live upto the hype. Juicy, tender and delectable, the kebab will melt in your mouth like chocolate. The parking can be a serious issue. So, make sure you park your vehicle beforehand.

Qureshi Kebab
  • Timing: 10am to 12 midnight
  • Cost for two: Rs 200
  • Location: Opposite Gate No.1, Jama Masjid, Delhi 6

Cool Point Shahi Tukda

Shahi Tukde

When you had the flavorful main course meal, make room for some dessert. This small stall in Jama Masjid area sells shahi tukde which is made from bread and milk, topped with rabdi and dry fruits. To make it more stupendofabulous, they add a scoop of ice cream. Other items include qulfi faluda, kheer pyala, kesar milk, lassi, and rabdi.

Cool Point Shahi Tukde
  • Timing: 12 noon to 11pm
  • Cost for two: Rs 100
  • Location: 972, Bazaar Matia Mahal, Jama Masjid, Delhi 6

Dil Pasand Biryani Point

Biryani Point

If you are a true foodie, it won’t take much time to find Mohd Tofiq Dil Pasand Biryani Point. The shop is more than 20 years old and serves buff biryani. The place is small and located quite deep into Matia Mahal 6. At Rs 160 per kg, you get fresh and spicy biryani with a puff of kevda.

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  • Timing: 10am to 9pm
  • Cost for two: Rs 150
  • Location: 735, Haveli Azam Khan, Chitli Qabar Chowk, Jama Masjid, Delhi 6

Haji Mohd Hussain Chicken & Fish Fry

Mohd Hussain Biryani

Get your hands on one of the best fried chickens in Delhi with Mohd Hussain Chicken. Everything will take place in front of your eyes from chopping the fresh pieces of chicken to dipping it into the hot kadhai of oil. The result is spicy and crispy fried chicken. *gulps*

  • Timing: 4pm to 10pm
  • Cost for two: Rs 500
  • Location: 113, Matia Mahal Road, Bazaar Matia Mahal, Jama Masjid, Delhi 6

Shahi Andaaz Paan Shop

Shahi Paan Shop

Mughlai supper is incomplete without a shahi paan and Shahi Andaaz Paan shop is the place for paan lovers. The shop is running since 1932 with paans ranging from Rs 10 to Rs 200. The variety includes meetha paan, banarasi paan, desi paan, bangla paan, and a lot more. The most popular being Nauratan 600 Qiwam Paan and Shahi Sone ke Wark wala Meetha Paan.

Shahi Paan Shop
  • Timing: 12noon to 10pm
  • Cost for two: Rs 100
  • Location: 41, Bazaar Chitli Qabar, Jama Masjid, Delhi 6

Ashok Chat Corner

Ashok chat corner

Just outside the Chawri Bazaar metro station, there is a small nook with barely a place to sit and stand but always congested with street food lovers- Ashok Chat Corner. The shop is 70 years old and is known for gol-gappe, chat paapdi, dahi bhalla, and other tangy starters.

Ashok Chat Corner 2
  • Timing: 10am to 9:30pm
  • Cost for two: Rs 100
  • Location: Shop 3488, Chowk Hauz Qazi, Near Chawri Bazar Metro Station, Delhi-6

Sudarshan- Refreshment Centre


After having all the delightful food items, frequent to Sudarshan’s to fill your quench for flavoured milk. They have 10 flavours of milkshake including milk kesar badam, paan, cold coffee, and chocolate. Sandwiches, daal kachori, and daal halwa are also a part of the menu.

  • Timing: 11am to 10pm
  • Cost for two: Rs 150
  • Location: 4097, Barshabulla Chowk, Chawri Bazar, Delhi-6

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