Without a doubt, Delhi has a heart of its own when it comes to local fare and food. Everybody is spoilt for choices—be it the everyday Delhi resident or the traveller in search of an experience. In the quest for food, we found that kebabs hit a soft spot on everybody’s palete. That’s why we’ve picked out what to eat at these 10 must-try kebab places in Delhi.
Loyalists swear over the melt-in-your-mouth goodness of the mutton seekh kebab at Colonel Kebabz. Check them out if you’re ever around Defence Colony, RK Puram, Noida or Gurgaon.
Considered a budget meat lover’s haven, Alkakori Alkauser does not disappoint with their galouti kebabs; it’s light on the pocket and satiates the hunger, too.
A legendary hole in the wall tucked away in Old Delhi, they’re known for their unfussy seating and straight-forward food. We totally recommend the delicious mutton burra.
Old school vibes and charming interiors make Khan Chacha an attractive joint. Their mutton kakori kebab is to die for.
Classy, mughlai and delicious, do indulge in their authentic Charminar-style boti kebabs, we’re sure you’ll not be disappointed.
A favourite among mughlai-lovers, their kakori kebab is the stuff dreams are made of; best relished with a horde of noisy cousins.
Known for their pocket-friendly everyday meals, it’s the perfect meal place for students looking to experience a proper sit down meal with the works. Don’t let the humble murgh malai kebab fool you; it is dangerously delish.
This Lucknow based takeaway offers delicious chicken boti kebab and Lucknowi biryani. Sounds like the perfect party food to us!
Known for their kebab rolls, it’s hard to excuse oneself from gorging on their yummy chicken seekh kebab rolls. All your evening snacking rituals begin and end here.
Famous for their spicy pudina chutney accompaniment, Ganesh Restaurant serves up some of the tastiest kebabs around. Don’t miss this one!
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