Here we take you a food walk through some of the must try stalls:
The Momo Mia Stall – Stall Number 6
Also known as Arunachal Pradesh Stall, this Delhi Haat restaurant is one of the must visit stall if you are in love with Momos and relish creative non-alcoholic drinks. They serve both steam and fried momos, Crispy outside and mushy meat inside, fried momos is the specialty of the Momo Mia stall. This stall serves vegetable broth with the momos to enhance the taste. They also serve lime beers and non-alcoholic fruit beers. The Pork Thupka (Tibetian Noodle Soup) which they serve is something to try next time when you happen to visit this place.
The Meghalaya Stall – Stall Number 5
Right opposite Momo Mia you’ll see the Meghalaya stall. Non pork eaters, you need to try the delicious Chicken salad known as Doh Syiar Khleh and the Shillong momos here. The pork lovers can relish Wak Bijak and Dohshianey Salieh. While, the first dish is a boiled item served with bamboo shoot, the later one is a spicy fried item served with a mint sauce.
The Odisha Stall – Stall Number 13
Try this place if you love sea food especially crabs and prawns. Relish their prawn masala – a spicy dry dish. Crab lovers can go for crab sizzlers with they serve with steam rice. The vegetarians too have a plenty of things to eat. They can opt for katak chaat, prepared from curd, special Katak spices and lots of chutneys.
The Nagaland Stall – Stall Number 19
It is one of the most crowded North Eastern restaurants in Delhi Haat. The USP of the stall is the number of chutneys they serve with the delicious dishes. Akhuni Chutney made from garlic and fermented beans along with Raja Mirchi chutney will keep on licking your fingers. The pork ribs served with the raja mirchi chutney is definitely a must try. You can also try Prawn sizzlers made in green vegetables and white sauce.
The Bijoli Grill – Stall Number 17
The Bengali thalli of the Bijoli Grill or the West Bengal Stall serving steamn rice, fish steamed in banana leaf, dal mutton curry, sabzi and two chutneys — mango and dates is something which is a must try for all the foodies. We also recommend Fish Thali that includes steam rice, fish chop, fish curry, dal, sabzi, papad, salad and chutneys. Also, try out their Bhapa Illish.
Wazwan, The Kashmiri Stall – Stall Number 3
The original Kashmiri wazwan has lot of variety of non-veg food and dishes. However, Delhi Hatt does have so much variety in store like the original thing. However, you can relish a mini wazwan thali which has 4 authentic Kashmiri delicacies — Rista (meat balls made in red gravy), Gushtaba (mutton cooked in curd), mutton kebabs and rogan josh (red lamb). Vegetarians can relish the Jammu Rajma and Hak saag. During the winter season, they also serve a unique Kashmiri herbal drink kahwa prepared from dry fruits and saffron.
The Manipur Stall – Stall Number 12
You can literally try a lot of dishes from the North East in this stall starting from Eromba, a unique dish prepared with spicy chilly bamboo shoots, fish and chutney. If you are the one who love exploring new cuisines, do try Tarai Thong, a snail curry which is a favorite of the Manipuris, Others can also try out Ngou Thong, a fish item cooked with hot spices.
Darbar-e-Awadh – Stall Number 7
Kebab lovers flock here as you get to relish all the Lucknowi kebabs which otherwise is available only in the streets and lanes of Lucknow. From Boti, Galauti, Tanri and Shami, you get all types of kebabs here. Besides Kebabs, you must taste the Dum Biruani available which is made in authentic Lucknowi masala. A single plate can easily serve two people.The phirni available here is also tasty. Also, taste their Darbar-e-Awadh special chicken korma with the authentic Awadhi parantha.
Assam Stall – Stall Number 23
Do taste the varieties of Assam tea here including the iced tea which is quite refreshing. Also try Luci Bhaji (potato curry and puri), Pabda Curry with Rice. Pabda is a clean fish available in the Ganges. Also, try out the sweet dish – Narikol pitha, a coconut ladoo.
Maharashtra Stall – Stall Number 20
This stall is for the snack lovers or if you haooen to visit Delhi Haat in the evening. Try the Pau Bhaaji, Bhel Puri, Dabeli, Sevi Puri and also the masala bhel prepared with different masalas and chutney. Also, do not miss Mumbai’s favorite snack – special Vada Pav.