Bengali Market

Bengali Market

Even though chaat is now widely available, you can only get the true New Delhi experience by eating it on a busy street, blocking out the sound and fury of busy traffic to focus on every bite of fresh, tangy, minty golgappas (bite-sized airy bread puffs). Bengali Market has been serving chaat for ages, so they’re clearly doing something right; try the papri chaat or dahi aloo tikki. And golgappas, of course. It’s mostly air and water (I tell myself), so it doesn’t really count as proper food. So go on, have another plate!

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