Delhi is famous for its street food, which ranges from local delights like Parathas (Indian breads) that come in dozens of flavours, Chole Bhature (chick peas with puffed bread), Chaat (India’s renowned fast food that is primarily rice or bread, puffed for long storage, garnished with toppings and spice chutneys. There’s also a strong North East Indian influence on street food, with momos, noodles, fried rice or fried vegetables flavoured with soy and vinegar.

Delhi has an elegant culture of high end dining too, with amazing venues like Lodhi Gardens, and India’s top restaurant Bukhara attracting curiosity from all over the world.

At the mid range, there is Khan Market, dotted with bars and restaurants, offering a variety of cuisines and gourmets.