Fast Food is an integral part of the culture of Delhi. It’s no secret that Delhiites love their momos. Having grown up in Delhi, we can’t help but have a special place for street food, particularly momos in our hearts. From tandoori and fried ones to classic steamed ones, you can find all sorts of momos on every second street of Delhi. Check out some of the best momo joints in Delhi which are a must-try!
A small yet famous kiosk in the world of momos inside Delhi. Although the ambiance here isn’t the best, Dolma Aunty has been serving one of the best momos in the capital. She has been in the game for the past 20 years. Whenever in Lajpat Nagar, one definitely needs to stop by to have her steamed momos (Chicken & Veg) with some fiery chutney.
Other Must Haves: Chilli Potato, Chicken Manchurian Dry
Cost for two: ₹100
Apart from being known for their ambiance, QD’s is also known for serving the best Tandoori Momos in Delhi. The mint chutney they serve with it is just finger-licking good. Just one taste and you are sure to want to come back here again and again.
Other Must Haves: Thupka, Soups, Chicken Afghani Momos
Cost for two: ₹700
Dilli Haat is an area of Delhi where you can find all kinds of street food. One of Haat's treasured possessions, the Nagaland Food Stall is so popular that you just cannot stop yourself from visiting it. Besides its gastronomic supremacy, it is also known for its ample portion sizes and mouthwatering steamed chicken momos. Then the Sikkim Tourist Stall is one of the most notable food stalls that one must visit for momos. They have a variety of momos to choose from but the Chicken Momos (steamed or fried) are definitely worth trying. Decorated with fairy lights and lamps, the outdoor seating of the Manipur Food Stall looks gorgeous! Their delicious rendition of chicken momos served with a spicy red chutney and a bowl of clear soup are very popular amongst foodies. It’s best to dip the momos in the soup first and then in the chutney before taking a bite.
Other Must Haves: Smoked Pork, Pork Ribs from Nagaland Food Stall; Thali, Sikkimese Noodles from Sikkim Food Stall; Chicken Thupka from Manipur Food stall; Fruit Beer at all 3 stalls
Cost for two: ₹700
The great expansion of Brown Sugar from a takeaway place to a standalone restaurant is proof enough of how Delhiites love Brown Sugar. This café serves some of the best momos in town. It is known for the delicious wheat momos in veg and non-veg momos. The best part is that they are served with a tangy and spicy brown dip which will make you come back for more. One needs to try their tandoori momos and gravy momos.
Other Must Haves: Tandoori Momos, Gravy Momos, Wheat Wraps
Cost for two: ₹600
This hidden gem on Shivalik Road is known for serving some of the best Tibetan food. From good old veg and chicken stuffing to delicious pork stuffing, they have one of the best-steamed momos in Delhi.
Other Must-haves: Taipo, Pork Ribs, Shyapta, Chicken Thali
Cost for two: ₹700
Hunger Strike is a pitstop for every momo lover in Delhi. If you are looking for one of the best tandoori momos in Delhi, then Hunger Strike can be a one-stop destination for you that not only provides some delicious and juicy momos but also an affordable range. They also serve an array of classic steamed and fried momos.
Other Must-haves: Afghani Momos, Shawarma
Cost for two: ₹400
If you are up for an adventure, then head over to Wow! Momo to try out their very spicy Schzwan Momos from their eclectic menu. They serve every type of momo you can imagine, including Chocolate Momos, Pan-Fried Momos, Chilli Momos, Tandoori Momos, and the very popular- Moburg.
Other Must-haves: Tandoori Momos, Cheese Momos
Cost for two: ₹350
Want to try some authentic Himalayan delicacies? Then Yeti in CP is just the place for you. Yeti has one of the best renditions of Jhol Momos and Kothe Momos in the entire city. The place serves some great Buff and Pork Momos as well. Their menu includes a variety of Tibetan, Nepali & Bhutani dishes that one must definitely try.
Other Must-haves: Thupka, Sukuti Fry, Datchi, Thakali Thali
Cost for two: ₹1200
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