Community Food Walks


Community Food Walks are conducted on alternative Sundays; they are open events, which any and every foodie can join! The Community Food Walks give you the chance to explore the by-lanes of Delhi and chart your gastronomical journey- all at a reasonable price.
We keep our followers updated about the events through regular posts on our Facebook page - DelhiFoodWalks. Emails are sent to subscribers as well.

Upcoming Walks

    Past Walks

    • Ramlila Food Walk


      Date: 2014-09-25
      Timing: 6 pm - 9 pm every day (25th Sep - 30th Sep)
      Delhi Food Walks would like to announce its upcoming food walk called, the Ramlila Food Walk. Ramlila performances form the main feature of Navaratri celebrations in Delhi. These spellbound performances enact the scenes from the much loved Hindu epic- the Ramayana. These scenes inform us much about the life of Lord Rama and culminate with the defeat of the demon Ravana on the tenth day, Dussehra. The underlying notion behind such a form of storytelling is to kill the demon within and realize Ram. Delhi Food Walks would like to catch the action, again, at the three popular Delhi Ramlila shows. The Ramlila Food Walk has been one of our finest and famous food walk. This will take place for six days and thus easier to choose a convenient date. Join us for the Ramlila Food Walk to: a) Visit the most popular chaat bazaar (food stalls) and biggest food court of Delhi , featuring food from all over India b) Experience the lavish, dazzling Ramlila performances with special hi-tech effects c) Experience the theatre form of storytelling to know about the Hero called, Ram d) Experience the cultural and mythological climate around e) Enjoy watching or experiencing the rides at the mela f) Enjoy fireworks To book a walk, please mail us at delhifoodwalks@gmail.com or, call us at 9891121333
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    • Kathputli Colony Walk


      Date: 2014-09-07
      Timing: 08:30am to 11:30am
      Nurturing talent behind every closed door, fostering art at every narrow turn, whispering music with the passing breeze - Kathputli Colony, the largest conglomeration of street artists in the world, is home to immense talent - all masters of their art. Join us in exploring the wonders of this aesthetically pristine colony that plays host to puppeteers and painters, musicians and dancers, fire breathers and sword swallowers! We'll take you through the lanes of Kathputli Colony as you discover art you never thought would sustain, meet people you never thought would thrive, and sneak a peek into the lives of these hidden marvels. What awaits is a great experience, complete with a puppet making demonstration to bring you even closer to the essence of Kathputli Colony! Date: 7th September Time: 08:30 am Charges: 500 per person To register, mail us at delhifoodwalks@gmail.com For more information, contact Anubhav @ 9891121333
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    • Food Walk @ Onam Sadya


      Date: 2014-08-31
      Timing: 12 pm
      Onam..A festival of flowers, colors, feasts, dances, games and moreover of togetherness and all-around merriment. Come join us for a lavish feast 'Onam Sadya' as it is called and enjoy the following delicacies on August 31st, 2014 (Sunday) from 12:00 noon to 2 pm. 1. Rice 2. Sambhar 3. Avial - mix vegetable 4. Puliserry - Dahi made subji 5. Achaar - Subji 6. Kalan 7. Olan 8. Erissery 9. Neyu 10. Kichadi 11. Pachadi 12. Pappad 13.Banana 14. Toran 15. Adapradhaman - Kheer 16. Ari Payasam 17. Banana Chips 18. Gud Chips 19. Parripu (Dal) 20. Inchi Kari at Function Hall, Sector 4, Gole Market, Opposite to the 'The Metropolitan' Hotel. (Governmental residential complex, opposite to the Metropolitan Hotel) For more information,contact Anubhav Sapra @9891121333
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    • Food Walk @ Parsi Anjuman


      Date: 2014-08-17
      Timing: 6:30 pm
      Delhi Food Walks invite you to the Parsis most celebrated festival called Navroz, meaning New Day on 17th August, 2014. Inviting you to cherish the Parsian food and Culture. As food connects people, DFW aims to invite you to the rich course of parsian dishes. The dishes to be offered are - Dhan sak Sali chicken Patra Fish Jardaloo Booti Lagan Nu Custard Parsi Kulfi Parsi Ravo Parsi Chai Charges-800 per head Venue: Parsi Anjuman, Dilli Gate On Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, if you are coming from Ramcharan Aggarwal chowk (or ITO some may say) towards Dilli Gate, there are a pink coloured low rise buildings to your left some 50 metres before Dilli Gate, which may look like government offices cum bunglows from outside. Its right opposite the Ambedkar Stadium petrol Station. Parking: There is ample space to park your car inside. The event is restricted to 30 participants, selected on first come basis. To book a walk, please email us at delhifoodwalks@gmail.com or call, Anubhav Sapra at 9891121333.
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    • Ramzan Food Walk


      Date: 2014-07-06
      Timing: 6 pm
      The most famous part of Delhi is OLD DELHI, or ‘THE WALLED CITY’ or DELHI-6, as it is famously known. The appeal of this exotic part of Delhi is majorly due to its Street Food. Founded in 1639 by the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan, Old Delhi served as the capital of the Mughals till the end of their dynasty. Despite having become extremely crowded in recent years, the place still serves as a symbolic heart of metropolitan Delhi. From Fatehpuri Masjid near Chandni Chowk to Ghalib Ki Haveli and Jama Masjid, each part of Old Delhi represents a unique mixture of culture and traditions. The best way to explore Old Delhi is through a walk and what better way to do it than through a FOOD WALK? IFTAR WALK During the holy month of Ramzan, Old Delhi fires up with great enthusiasm. As the sun sets, most parts of Old Delhi awaken to a profusion of heavenly aromas and crowded markets as enthusiastic Muslim families break their fast with a feast known as Iftar. Iftar is the most important part of the day and people leave no stone unturned to show its importance by preparing delicious food items. Food can be seen in bulk quantities in every street of Old Delhi. Most people in this part believe that the charm of Ramzan’s culinary treats is greatest when they are enjoyed on street corners. And that is exactly why we have planned a FOOD WALK for you! Iftar Walk takes you to the narrow lanes of Old Delhi and leaves your taste buds satiated with food that most of us have never tasted. With the excitement of Ramzan around, it is bound to be an experience of a lifetime. One gets to enjoy all these delectable dishes right in the middle of the exuberant celebrations of Ramzan! SEHRI WALK During the Holy month of Ramzan, the enthusiasm of the people of Old Delhi isn’t just limited to the evening hours but the excitement and the energy runs into the night until dawn. Unlike the Iftar Walk which begins in the evening and ends at night, the Sehri Walk begins late at night and ends at dawn. The Sehri Walk gives you a chance to experience an altogether new dimension of Old Delhi which can be experienced only during the Holy month of Ramzan. The fact that this walk happens at a time when the rest of the world is sleeping, takes the experience of the Food Walk to a whole new level. If you are in Delhi during the month of Ramzan, Sehri Walk is an experience that you shouldn’t miss! For more details, contact Anubhav @ 9891121333
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    • 'Beat The Heat' Summer Walk @ Old Delhi


      Date: 2014-06-01
      Timing: 6 pm
      Delhi food walks is organising a walk in Old Delhi on 1st June, to defeat the heat waves. And the exclusive menu for this walk includes bade miya ki kheer, amristsari lassi, giani faluda and a lot more tentalizing 'beat the heat' dishes which will only be revealed once you are in for the walk. So, keep yourself unoccupied after 6pm on 1st June and invite your friends to join us in this freezing expedition. Yes, despite the melting heat we promise to provide you a chilling experience. So, come, savor and build your network with other foodies. For more information,contact Anubhav @9891121333
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    • Food Walk @ Nizamuddin


      Date: 2014-05-18
      Timing: 5:30 pm
      Hazrat Nizamuddin is one of the few continuously inhabited communities in Delhi since 13th century. Historically known as village Ghiyaspur after the name of the then Delhi Sultan Ghiyasuddin Balban. Later, after the arrival of Sufi Saint Hazrat Nizamuddin, it came be known as Hazrat Nizamuddin. The community represents range of interesting cultures, traditions and values which still have roots in its history. From practices of food to following the religions and social norms reflects the past of the community and its people. The objective of food walk is to highlight the importance and uniqueness of food items, tastes and ingredients that constitute a food culture of a community. The walk is aimed at providing an access to the food that has both uniformity and diversity. The kebabs and fried or roasted chicken on street restaurants look same, however taste and ingredients used in them may or may not be the same. To register, drop a mail at delhifoodwalks@gmail.com For more information, contact Anubhav @ 9891121333
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    • Gurudwara Walk


      Date: 2014-04-13
      Timing: 8 am
      Celebrated with fun and fervor is this festival- Baisaakhi - observed with a great deal of feasting, singing, and dancing. Regarded as a harvest festival, Baisaakhi marks the beginning of a new year too. Naming the event as Gurudwara Walk- Delhi Food Walks aim to visit three historic Gurudwaras of Delhi: Sheesh Ganj, Bangla Sahib, and Rakab Ganj. Enjoy the Breakfast at Old Delhi, Shiv Mishthaan after the visit to Sheesh Ganj Gurudwara. To treat this day with significance and the sewa bhava- an experience that comforts the heart, mind, body and soul. Let’s bring them all together with the samarpan bhava to offer prayers at the Gurudwara, to sit quietly and listen to the hymns, to act for the good of others- to experience the happiness that surrounds the washing of soiled utensils, feeding at the langar, cleaning the gurudwara premises. Join Delhi Food Walks on this significant day, Baisaakhi, that also talks about the birth of Khalsa, 13th April, Sunday at 8 am. The details of the event are as follows: 8 am – Meeting Point- Gate no. 5, Chandni Chowk metro station 8:15– 9 am - Sis Ganj Gurudwara Breakfast 9 – 9:30 am – Metro ride to Rajeev Chowk Metro Station 9:30 – 11 am – Prayers at Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, one of the most popular Sikh shrines of Delhi, Have Langar. 11 – 12 noon – Gurudwara Rakab Ganj Sahib 12 noon – Walk ends at Rakab Ganj Sahib To fill in the empty stomachs, breakfast at Shiv Mishthaan after the visit to Sis Ganj Gurudwara to savour; Bedmi Poori, Aaloo Sabzi, Imarti, Nagori Halwa, Lassi Conveyance charges: Rs 100 per person Food charges: to be pooled in- as per the total cost incurred which will not exceed 150 per head To register, mail us at delhifoodwalks@gmail.com For more information, contact Anubhav @ 9891121333
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    • DFW's 2nd Birthday at Rang De Basanti


      Date: 2014-03-29
      Timing: 6:30 pm
      Come join us in our celebrations of Delhi Food Walks 2nd Birthday! and RDBD's 1st Birthday Welcome Drink: Jaljeera Starter: Balouchi Kebabs Hussain Ki Gilafi Charminari Malai Tikka Main Course: Hyderabadi Haleem Noorjhani Murgh Nalli Ka korma Nihari *Bread:* Roomali Roti Shirmal *Rice:* Lucknowi Biryani *Dessert* Sheer Kurma Shahi Tukda For more information, contact Anubhav @ 9891121333
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    • Food Walk @ Rosang Cafe


      Date: 2014-02-23
      Timing: 6:30 pm
      Food is an integral part of every human culture. Human Cultures, over the ages, have experimented and innovated different cuisines, which reflects human knowledge, culture, art and love. Indian cuisines make use of numerous ingredients, herbs, spices and deploy a wide range of food preparation styles, cooking techniques and culinary presentation. From salads to sauces, from vegetarian to meat, from spices to sensuous, from breads to desserts, Indian cuisine is invariably complex. India is known for its love for food and spices. Indian cuisine varies from region to region, reflecting the local produce, cultural diversity, and varied demographics of the country. Generally, Indian cuisine can be split into five categories - northern, southern, eastern, western, and north-eastern. In the wake of recent state of the north-eastern region, Delhi Food Walks aim to connect the people across India over Food. Food is an important source of expression of one’s own culture and love! Let’s connect, eat and socialise even more! At the Rosang Cafe on 23rd February’14 at 6 pm. Rosang means God’s Gift. The restaurant is promoting the food and culture of the North-Eastern region by bringing together all the traditional cuisines of the seven sisters and one brother under one table. Rosang tries to revive the taste of authentic traditional food and beverage from the region which are almost elapsed; and proudly introducing it to the food lovers. Rosang also thrives to dedicate its resources and capabilities in food-research and makes an endeavour to offer various North-Eastern dishes with authentic herbs and vegetables. Rosang today enjoys the status of being the first and only restaurant serving food from all the Eight North-Eastern States in Delhi. Dishes that we plan to savour this day are: Vegetarian Dishes Starter 1. Maroi Bora (Manipur) (Manipuri style herbs fritters served with Rosang Special chutney) Main course 1. Bai (Mizoram) (Healthy options of seasonal mixed vegetable stew with herbs and spices from the region) 2. Aloo Taama (Sikkim) (Potato and Bamboo shoot curry) 3. Kol Posola (Assam) (The tender edible pith found in the trunk of a young banana plant blend with herbs and spices) Non-Vegetarian dishes Starter 1. Chicken Dry Fry (Chicken pieces tossed in sesame seeds) 2. Pork Spare Ribs (The Duo Spare Ribs marinated in house special blended herbs and spices accompanied with Raja Mircha Chutney) Main Course 1. Bilahi Masor Tenga (Assam) (Assamese special Fish Curry with tangy tomato) 2. Ngatok (Arunachal Pradesh) (No Oil. Fish Curry with indigenous spices and aromatic herbs from the region) 3. Kukhura Ko Masu (Sikkim) (Chicken Curry Flavored with tamarind, coconut, herbs & spices) 4. Aksa Meh (Rosang Special) (Chicken Curry with seasonal herbs) 5. Dohneiihong (Meghalaya) (Pork cooked in black sesame paste) Chutney 1. Iromba (Assorted vegetables with fish paste-Manipur) 2. Singju (Manipuri Veg Salad) Rice 1. Wild Red Rice 2. Jadoh (Meghalaya) (Jadoh is a combination of Wild Red Rice and Pork with sesame) Desert 1. Wild Red Rice Kheer Beverage 1. Wild Red Rice Tea
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    • Food Walk @ Lajpat Nagar


      Date: 2014-02-16
      Timing: 5 pm
      Besides the walled city of Histories !! Yet another place named after a great legend, is Lajpat Nagar, known well amongst the delhites for shopping ! and food ! There seem to be, yes, the hidden places to be explored ! This is a call to explore the place ! even more ! Dishes to expect: 1. Biryani 2. Tunday Kebabs 3. Kathi Rolls 4. Shawarma 5. Veg Chaaps 6. Afghani Momos 7. Tibetan Momos 8. Pizza 9. Dahi bhalle 10. Golgappe 11. Idli Dhokla 12. Samosa 13. kachori 14. Flavored coffee For more information, contact Anubhav @ 9891121333
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    • Food Walk @ Daryaganj


      Date: 2014-02-02
      Timing: 5 pm
      Winter, apparently, has blown its trumpet !! making us experience that biting chill !! all over again ! What about making it even more better and warmer by savoring some kebabs, tikkas, naharis and kormaas !! sounds just synonymic to the cold months ! a delight for the meat eaters !! Delhi Food Walks is organizing its next food walk, meant strictly for the carnivores ! and anyone who'd like to turn one ! to Daryaganj on 2nd February'14. Let's see how many raise hands to this:- Galauti Kebabs Seekh Kebabs Fried Chicken Fried Fish Chicken Nahari Chicken Changezi Mutton Nahari Mutton Shahi Korma Chicken Rara Phirni Paan For more information,contact Anubhav @ 9891121333
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    • Food Walk @ Daryaganj


      Date: 2014-02-02
      Timing: 5 pm
      Winter, apparently, has blown its trumpet !! making us experience that biting chill !! all over again ! What about making it even more better and warmer by savoring some kebabs, tikkas, naharis and kormaas !! sounds just synonymic to the cold months ! a delight for the meat eaters !! Delhi Food Walks is organizing its next food walk, meant strictly for the carnivores ! and anyone who'd like to turn one ! to Daryaganj on 2nd February'14. Let's see how many raise hands to this:- Galauti Kebabs Seekh Kebabs Fried Chicken Fried Fish Chicken Nahari Chicken Changezi Mutton Nahari Mutton Shahi Korma Chicken Rara Phirni Paan For more information,contact Anubhav @ 9891121333
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    • Food Walk @ Paharganj


      Date: 2014-01-19
      Timing: 4:30 pm
      Paharganj located in Central Delhi has seen a lot since its time being a bustling grain market when the city was called Shahjahanabad to now being a place filled with tourists, backpackers and college students looking for affordable accommodation and restaurants. With it just being a walking distance from metro stations and the New Delhi railway station, it sees a huge influx of tourists. The 70’s saw the hippie movement coming to India and paharganj became an important landmark in the hippie trail. With it saw a mushrooming of hotels and numerous restaurants serving global cuisines. From Korean restaurants to open air rooftop restaurants offering a breath-taking view of the market down below to one of the most popular Chole bhatura places in delhi and German bakery offering some delicious breads with an evening cuppa. If all the eating has left you lazy and feeling bulky, try out roaming the narrow lanes shopping at the various stores servings everything imaginable from books, old records, old gramophones, to various boho-chic garments popular among the college going kids. In Paharganj, we would be savoring following dishes: Geele Kulche and Chawal Chole Janta ke Moong Dal ke Samose Moth Kachori and Chawal Amritsari Kulche and Naan Bakebihari ke Samose and Gulabjamun Sitaram Ke Chole Bhature Lassi-Grape,Pineapple,Mango,Papaya and many other flavors Sam's Cafe-Pancakes For more information,contact Anubhav @ 9891121333
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