Chocolate, Pizza Or Keema: 9 Spots For Piping Hot Samosas In Delhi

Nitya posted on 08 August

Monsoon is here and while the streets might be clogged and traffic might be at its peak, you cannot deny that this is the perfect season to enjoy hot delicious snacks with a cup of cutting chai. This season is synonymous with samosas and we’re telling you the best places in Delhi to gorge on our favourite snack.

Kumar Samose Waala

Kumar Samose Waala, near Milan Cinema is one of the most famous shops for samosas in West Delhi. For less than INR 30, you can choose from as many as 25 different varieties of samosas including Chocolate Samosas {drenched in chocolate, just by the way}, Tandoori Samosa, Malai Paneer Samosa and Gujiya Samosa.

Fast Food Restaurants

2/31, Phase 3, New Moti Nagar, Moti Nagar, New Delhi

Bangla Sweet House

This place has bite-sized flavourful samosas that you’d want to pop like M&Ms. It’s addictive and considering that these samosas can be brought by the kilo, you just always want more. And while you’re here, do yourself a favour and get their Gulab Jamun and Jalebies packed for home too. Do try their Matar Paneer Samosa, Mini Samosa and Jalebis.

Fast Food Restaurants

115-117, Bangla Sahib Marg, Gole Market, New Delhi

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Manohar Dhaba

Their Japani Samosa that’s being sold in Chandni Chowk since 1949 has endless layers of thin crispy pastry with a flavourful aloo and masala filling. This samosa served with pickle and pindi chole is not a snack but a filling meal that you can have for days without getting bored of it.

Fast Food Restaurants

Bhagirath Palace, Chhippy Wada, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi

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Janta Sweets

Janta Sweets in Paharganj serves kachori style samosas with a moong dal filling, served with potato curry and green chutney. The samosa might seem bland to some but the the spiciness of the aloo sabzi is what binds all the flavours together. They’re also famous for their Namak Paare and Mal Pua and you probably know what we mean by that – get it packed and enjoy at home!

Sweet Shops

Gali 8, Multani Dhanda, Paharganj, New Delhi

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Ameer’s Sweets

This place in Old Delhi has been selling sweet and savoury dishes for more than 100 years and the reason we’re featuring Ameer’s here is because of its perfect Keema Samosa {yay, non-veg}. Crispy samosas filled with juicy keema mince and spices for INR 20 is what makes us bunk college to go to this part of the town. They also have Khoya-stuffed Samosas that are as good as any dessert at a fancy hotel.

Sweet Shops

957, Haveli Azam Khan, Bazar Chitli Qabar, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi

Samosa Hub

At Aman Namkeen, expect giant Chilli Paneer, Chilli Potato, Makhni Paneer, Soya Chaap, Pizza, Macaroni, Soya Keema, Chowmein, Chocolate Samosas and more. We absolutely love their chocolate samosa that’s coated in chocolate and filled with dry fruits. All their samosas have a nice crunch and we kinda envy all the East Delhi peeps for having easy access to this gem.


F-4/10, Mandir Marg, Krishna Nagar, New Delhi

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The Maha Samosa

Delite’s Maha Samosas as the name suggests are YUGE {in Trump’s words}. The only con about this place is that in order to get your hands on this yum samosa, you have to buy a ticket to enter the hall premises. But if you’re anything like us, watching a show with this not-so-humble snack in hand will only make the whole experience better for you.

Movie Theatres

Gate 4/1, Asaf Ali Road, Delhi Gate, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi

Munni Lal Halwai

Munni Lal has been around since the 1940s serving some of city’s best aloo samosas that are simple, no-frill samosas loaded with flavours. The big samosas that they sell here are served with chole, onions and pudhina chutney, giving us the perfect concoction of warm, fussy monsoon food. Oh, and wash it down with cup of their kickass chai.

Kishu Di Hatti Sweets

The right way to eat KDH’s samosa is to crush it, add chole, chutney and onion to get a perfect bowl of something we’d like to call a samosa chaat. Kishu Di Hatti is one of those places that serve very few items, but does those items well and is famous for it too. Don’t forget to get some of their palatable Dhodha Barfi packed for home!

Sweet Shops

53-L, New Colony Market, Sector 7, Gurgaon

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