Yet another fantastic takeaway meal. Food was on time, hot...and DELICIOUS!! This Indian has never failed to deliver quality !
Dilli Haat is an open air craft bazar cum food court by Delhi Tourism. It has paid entry with Rs.30/- for adult. Inside the haat handicraft of almost all states and the foods from these states are on sale. Along with these at places folk songs and dance of specific states are…
Eclectic mix of handicrafts from each state in India. You must pay to get in and foreigners pay well over what Indians pay. Careful when you buy your ticket because last year I was given less change so best go prepared with correct amount. So much to buy. So many pieces of…
Nothing really great about the place. You can visit if you wish to explore the cuisines of various states in India.
I knew it was a tourist trap but was willing to pay more for some good quality work. My only regret was to go to a lady who charged me 300rp for a botched henna which looked like a kid's drawing. The makeshift stands right outside Dilli Haat's entrance were selling prettier and…