Indeed, pakoras are oily, but still, people of Delhi love to have them whether in summers or winters. Read down the page to locate these places – Best Pakora Delhi
As you can get by its name, they’re into the business from over 50 years by dishing out the crispiest Pakoras in the city. They freshly serve a broad range includes – Aloo, Gobhi, Paneer, Bread Pakora, Lotus Root, Spinach, Green Chilli, Onion and Eggplant along with a bowl of tangy green chutney.
Location: Ring Road, Sarojini Nagar, Near Bhikaji Cama Flyover
Indian Coffee House
A coffee house embarks its old school fascination by serving the delightful Palak ka Pakoras alongside a mild range of coffee to amuse your toothsome. Else, you can stay for quite a long time as it has a fabulous rooftop ambience offering a rich aroma of coffee with veg cutlet as well.
Location: Mohan Singh Place, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Senor Dhan Singh
A quite popular outlet for its enticing Paneer Bread Pakoras as they prepare it with a secret recipe and it tastes amazingly tasty.
Location: Shop No. 9/7, Mandir Wali Gali, Yusuf Sarai
New Vishal Corner
A small eatery famous for its snacks like Paneer Pakora, Samosa, Bread Pakora, Chole Bhature and Aloo Poori served with a tangy mint-tamarind chutney that tastes delicious.
Location: G 4, Vishal Building 95, Nehru Place Market, Nehru Place, New Delhi
The oldest shop in Karol Bagh locality renowned for its Spinach and Onion Pakora that is full of flavors with a crunch. Next, you head towards Karol Bagh for shopping, must-visit once.
Location: No-25, Bhagwati Market, Karol Bagh, New Delhi
Bajaj Ji Pakode ki Dukaan
It is referred to be a foodies’ paradise as they dish out Paneer, Eggplant, Palak, Bread, Aloo, Gobi and Mix Pakoras with dhania-boondi ki chutney which is so delectable.
Location: Shop no. 120-121-122, Netaji Subhash Market, Ajmal Khan Road, Karol Bagh