Restaurant Review

Delhi Haat Eateries

I left early from the W3C India event and called my friend Ranganathan. He promised to take us around New Delhi, but the only place we managed to visit that day was Delhi Haat. Delhi Haat is a huge ground where you have craftsman and weavers from all around India exhibit their handicrafts & textiles; The best part is that each seller is allowed to exhibit only for few weeks, which guarantees variety and freshness. I didn’t expect many people visiting such a place, but was surprised!. I was told that the main reason people come here is the sheer number of food stalls, you have stalls from almost all Indian States (Kashmir to Tamil Nadu, Gujarat to Sikkim). This probably is the single largest variety of Indian Cuisines I have ever seen. When I left the place, I was certainly envying Delhiites – for this place is not in Chennai, though I suppose it makes sense for it to be first created in the National Capital.

Ranganathan and myself in Delhi Haat

Ranganathan and myself in Delhi Haat

Bala, Ranga and myself enjoying a spicy Bhel Puri

Bala, Ranga and myself enjoying a spicy Bhel Puri