Taste some of the finest Ramadan food Delhi has to offer with our special guided tour!

There's no better time to try street food in Delhi than Ramadan. Visit our favorite vendors in Old Delhi and try the local specialties chole bature, dahi bhalla and aloo chat, as well as parathaslassi and the very sweet and VERY delicious jalebis. 

Most of these dishes are vegetarian but there's also some very special meat dishes on the menu, from kebabs to tikkas, sheesksh to shammis, there's something for everyone. There's even a little bit of history on the menu...  

As well as sampling the best of Delhi’s street food, you'll also learn about Delhi’s historic "Walled City", experience the hustle and  bustle of narrow streets and make your way from place to place by rickshaw  before making a well deserved stop at the Jama Masjid.

  • 1

    Delhi Chaat (Snacks)

    Typical Delhiites snack foods are the best way to get introduced to the food culture here. That means chole bature, parathas, dahi bhalla and aloo chat!

  • 2

    Traditional Indian Sweets

    You can’t be in Delhi and not try jalebi, one of the sweetest dishes in India. We'll try this along with kheer, phirni and faloodas!

  • 3

    Rickshaw Rides

    Get a great view of the hustle and bustle of the busy markets as you negotiate the narror lanes of Old Delhi in a rickshaw.

  • 4

    Soak Up The Atmosphere

    We'll view the world famous Jama Masjid, learn about Ramadan, and soak up the atmosphere in the nearby streets.

  • 5

    Kebabs & Fried Chicken

    You really can't leave Delhi without trying fried chicken! Enjoy this typical Ramadan dishes in chaotic Matia Mahal near the Jama Masjid.


Saturday, 2nd June, 6pm
Sunday, 3rd June, 6pm

More dates to be confirmed soon. Contact for more information or to request private tours


  • Rs 1,500 per person

    (Includes all food)

Start/End Points

Starts and ends at Connaught Place.

(See Directions tab for details)

Group Size

Spaces are limited so early booking recommended


"Wonderful Street Food Tour!"

We booked a Street Food Tour with Reality Tours & Travel for our very first day (ever!) in India. We are SO GLAD that we did. What an amazing introduction to the city, country, and fantastic food of India!"

John, May 2017 via TripAdvisor

Meeting Point

Connaught Place

End Point

Connaught Place


6pm - 9pm

Connaught Place

Please meet outside Gate 1 at Rajiv Chowk Metro Station. (Photo)



Is street food hygienic and safe to eat?

Yes! Well, not always, but the vendors we have carefully selected are perfectly safe and hygienic (hundreds of happy guests and counting!). In fact, this is one of the main motivating factors in designing this tour: we wanted to make India’s incredible street food accessible to visitors.

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I have food allergies - should I let you know?

If you do have any serious allergies feel free to let us know at time of booking and do also let your guide know on tour so that certain foods may be avoided. The range of food on offer means there is plenty for everyone generally however.

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Are there vegetarian options?

Yes! The entire tour is vegetarian except for the last stop, during which you can use the time to soak up the atmosphere of the buzzing Matia Mahal neighborhood.

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What will we eat?

We’ll try the local specialties chole bature, dahi bhalla and aloo chat, as well as parathas, lassi and the very sweet but delicious jalebis and the local equivalent of rice pudding and bread and butter pudding.

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Is it appropriate for children?

Yes we are fine welcoming children 12 years and over on our normal tour at the responsibility of an accompanying adult. For visitors with children less than 12 years, please get in touch in advance as we would recommend a private tour.

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How many people can go on a private tour?

A private tour is for up to 6 people.

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Do you provide private tours for large groups?

Absolutely. Please get in touch if you are the organizer of a group visit:

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Is there a lunchtime option?

We provide an evening tour as that is when the traditional street food areas of Delhi we visit on tour come alive and the stalls open. The tour does not really work as well earlier in the day therefore where opportunities are less and the atmosphere is lost.

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