Connaught Place Food Tour

Connaught Place Food Tour - "The Hogathon"

Sambar and Uttapam Sambar and Uttapam © Delhi Food Adventure 2012

Delhi Food Adventure has launched a guided "Food Walk" or a "Culinary Tour" in Connaught Place. The aim of the tour is to enable tourists to taste the best of Delhi food and Indian delicacies in a single evening in a safe setting.

Connaught Place was so named after the Duke of Connaught who visited Delhi in 1921. It was later renamed to Rajiv Chowk after the late Indian Prime Minister - Rajiv Gandhi. Most Delhi-ites call it CP and so shall we. Connaught Place is a perfect place to shop, eat and drink and most tourists end up spending some time in this market.

I am giving one of the route itineraries - local Delhiites may try this route on their own. Even tourists can try this themselves. People on tight time-lines, concerned about exploring this area alone and looking for a friend to show them around may want to consider Booking a Walk with us

  • Embassy: Head down to Embassy and try out their Mutton Samosa. Don't have more than one-third on your own! There is much more to come and you don't want to be full.
  • Haldiram's: How can you visit Delhi and not try Raj Kachori (Royal Kachori) at Haldiram's! We won't let you - so lets head down to Haldiram's and order a Raj Kachori and a plate of Golgappas (Water Balls). Have no more than two golgappas per person.
  • Nizam's Kathi Kabab: Next up we go to Nizam's and order their double egg double mutton and double egg double chicken rolls. Don't have more than one-third.
  • Gola: Order one of the chicken or the lamb sizzler - to be shared by four along with a beer if you please.
  • @live: Or we can skip Gola beer and head to this restrobar brimming with live 80s music and have a beer here
  • Hotel Sarvana Bhavan: Take the long walk to Hotel Sarvana Bhavan - trust us when we say its worth it. Try Idly and Rava Masala Dosa.
  • Kwality: Next up we go for the best Chola Bhatura in Connaught Place.
  • Pind Balluchi: Not only they have an interesting village like ambiance - the food is also good! Try the Aam Panna (mango based drink), a plate of Dahi-ke -kebab (Yogurt filled Kebabs) and a few Kalmi Kebabas.
  • Bengali Market: Still some place left! Take a rickshaw to Bengali Market and finish your meal with a few Ras Gullas.

Take A Rickshaw back to the metro station and admire your appetite on the way back! Congratulations - you just completed the CP Hogathon. Do check out our Food Tour in Chandni Chowk as well.

About Us

We brought and popularized the concept of Food Tours to this part of the world. Our Crazy Food Walk in Chandi Chowk was the first Organized Food Tour to ever run in New Delhi and probably in India. We take great pride in calling ourselves as pioneers of Food Tourism industry in india.

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