There will be no adulteration in Delhi's Panipuri, golgappas are served with complete hygiene at these 5 places

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Golgappa is a popular street food of India. Just hearing its name makes your mouth feel sour. No matter how much chilli is added to its water, everyone, young or old, eats it with great gusto. But before eating it, definitely check whether it is adulterated or not. Recently, FSSAI has found adulteration in golgappas sold on the roadside and in restaurants in Karnataka.

According to the report of Deccan Herald, there were cancer causing chemicals in the water of golgappa. Especially during monsoon days, eating golgappa increases the risk of food poisoning. Therefore, before eating golgappa, definitely check its color. If the color of the water is red or brown, then understand that it is adulterated. On the other hand, if the taste of the water is bitter, then one should avoid drinking it. Here we are telling you about the top 5 golgappa stalls of Delhi, where hygiene is taken care of completely.

Kamalnagar

If you want to eat golgappas, then go to Vaishno Chaat Bhandar in Kamala Nagar, Delhi. Here you will get to eat Kolkata style puchka. Asafoetida is added to its water, after which it becomes very tasty.

South extension

If you want to eat golgappas somewhere in Delhi, you can go to Bengali Market or South Extension. Here you will like the sweet and sour water of golgappas. You will get the best Pani Puri at the stall of Bombay Bhelpuri Wala in South Extension, while you can taste it at Bengali Sweet House in Bengali Market.

Chittaranjan Park

Chittaranjan Park

Let us tell you that the taste of Delhi's golgappa is different because of the ingredients added to it. The best golgappas are available at Shyamal Da's stall in C Block of Bengali Hub. Apart from this, Raju Chaat in Chittaranjan Park is also very famous. Here you get Kolkata style golgappas with tamarind, roasted cumin, green chillies and mashed potatoes.

Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk

Chaini Chowk is no less than a paradise for the lovers of chaat. Ashok Chaat Corner is very famous for golgappas here. People like the taste of the water of golgappas here. Overall, eating golgappas here will fill your stomach, but your mind will never be satisfied.

Greater Kailash

Greater Kailash

Prabhu Chaat Bhandar behind the UPSC building in Lutyens Delhi is one of the best golgappa stalls in Delhi. You will hardly get such a taste of golgappas anywhere else. If you want to taste the unique taste of golgappas, then definitely visit Greater Kailash.


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