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Delve into the heart of Delhi's culinary tradition at the narrow and winding Paranthe Wali Gali in a corner of Chandni Chowk.
Delve into the heart of Delhi's culinary tradition at the narrow and winding Paranthe Wali Gali in a corner of Chandni Chowk. Only 3 of the original 20 parantha stalls of the late 1960s remain - Pt Kanhaiyalal Durgaprasad Dixit (estd 1875), Pt Dayanand Shivcharan (estd 1882) and Pt Baburam Devidayal Paranthewale (estd 1886). They serve a variety of deep-fried stuffed paranthas with curries, chutneys, and sweet lassi.
Chandni Chowk, New Delhi
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