2nd October: International Chhole Bhature Day

Who’d ever thought that there’d be a day dedicated for this lip smacking dish.!

2nd October would now also be known as International Chhole Bhature Day other than Gandhi Jayanti.

This day was started by a Delhiite, Shashank Aggarwal in the year 2012 who is a die hard fan of Chhole Bhature.  He started Facebook pages and blogs to connect food enthusiasts from around the world and spread a word about the initiative.

Here are some of the Best places in Delhi you could visit  and Hog on to your all time favourite

Sitaram Diwan Chand 

Where: Chuna Mandi, Paharganj
Timings: 8am to 6.30pm
Cost: ₹80 per plate
USP: Mint sauce poured over the piping hot chhole and paneer bhature

Om Corner

Where: Behind Khalsa College, Karol Bagh
Timings: 7am to 5pm
Cost: ₹50 per plate
USP: Spicy Chhole Bhature with a hint of Urd Dal

Chache Di Hatti

Where: Kamla Nagar
Timings: 9.30am to 4pm
Cost: ₹45 per plate
USP: Aloo Chhole Bhature + pocket friendly

Roshan Di Kulfi

Where: Ajmal Khan Road, Karol Bagh
Timings: 8am to 10pm
Cost: ₹120 per plate
USP: Heaviest and most delicious Chhole Bhature

Standard Corner

Where: Old Rajinder Nagar
Timings: 8am to 5.30pm
Cost: ₹60 per plate
USP: serves paneer stuffed bhaturas



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