The mind’s ability to form ideas is simply astonishing. It’s interesting how the climate can decide your vibe, and how your feeling goes on to dictate your appetites. Well, it’s rainy season in Delhi, so don’t you think it’s time to take the Yellow Line to Chandni Chowk for some food, drinks, and fun? And, most often, Chandni Chowk starts a talk about street cuisine. There is a whole world out there waiting to be found or rediscovered–new cooking styles, world cuisine, sub-regional cuisine, and little holes in the wall that make the most delectable foods. One of Old Delhi’s most famous eateries. Kake Di Hatti is well-known for its vegetarian fare, particularly its delectable Naans. Naans are available in three sizes: “Kake,” “Baby,” and “Nikka.” Their Naans are enormous in size and richly filled. Try their Aloo Naan, Haryali Paneer Naan, and Mix Naan, which are all finger-licking good (Aloo, Gobi & Paneer). Kake Di Hatti, another iconic jewel in Delhi 6’s crown, delivers delectable North Indian specialties. The surroundings may not wow you, but the dal makhani, paneer butter masala, and shahi paneer will make you lure.
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Dal Fry – Kake Di Hatti₹260.00