Momos are Delhi's most popular snack. So it comes as no surprise that there is a momo vendor at every corner.
These are some of the most popular momo places in Delhi:
Yeti, The Himalayan Kitchen
Known for a variety of cuisines including Bhutanese, Sikkimese and Tibetan, this value-for-money restaurant is most known for its Nepali food. You cannot leave this place without trying their aloo momos. Their fried pork momos too are the juiciest ever.
This modest restaurant serves both Indian and Chinese cuisine; its outlet in North Delhi is synonymous with tandoori momos (vegetarian/chicken) which have their fans across the city. They also serve good thukpas and soups.
If you happen to be strolling around Dilli Haat, the Nagaland Bhawan is a must-try for its great momos. The pork and chicken momos are very popular here and go best with the specially-prepared hot and spicy tomato sauce.
This is a hit amongst college students who come here often to savour their delicious momos, both steamed and fried. The tandoori momos and pork momos are especially worth a mention and if you are looking for something unique, the masala momos are a good option: first fried in a chilly garlic sauce and then served in a thick gravy.
Café Brown Sugar
Located in the bustling Defence Colony Market and in Greater Kailash, this small café offers some of the best momos in town. The healthy wheat momos which come in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian avatars are their signature items.You may also want to give their chicken momos a try.
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