“Purani Dilli ki Sair Murg Gosht Ki Dawat Ke Saath”
The very thought of Mughal Era, brings back those flavours from the Royal Kitchens. The Mughal rule and the legacy of their cooking methods has left an indelible mark on the culinary landscape of India. Food has been a connector between cultures and people for ages now.
The rich gravies, flavoured spices define the Mughal culinary heritage. Be it the niharis, roganjoshes, achari meats or the do pyaazas, cooking them was no less than an art in itself. And the course would be incomplete until there was ‘Biryani’ made alluring by the use of flower petals, saffron, and edible gold and silver foils. The Khanasamas have always carried a special mention and have held great importance in the royal courts.They came all the way from Central Asia to cook special pakwaans (food items) for the royal families during the Mughal era. Needless to say, the scent of the food of those times still lingers in lanes of Shahjahanabad till date.
In an attempt to give those flavours and appease your taste buds, Delhi Karavan is doing the Purani Dilli ki Sair Murg Gosht Ki Dawat Ke Saath, where as you explore the streets of Old Delhi, you also get a taste of food heritage and don’t forget to nibble some of these delectable delicacies.
Kindly note that the walk shall cover places which serve non vegetarian cuisine.
We will have amongst us lovely Ayandrali Dutta who will lead our Non Vegetarian food walk. Ayandrali is a passionate foodblogger,has an amazing sense of culinary skills,and is a great cook.
She infuses life wherever she goes.Exuding vitality, Ayandrali is chirpy and loves eating.Hailing from the City of Joy, she has interesting stories to share about food from Calcutta.
Her unbeatable passion for cooking and her invincible knowledge of non vegetarian cuisine is impressive.
Join us to hear from her the great insights about cooking as an art demanding patience and a confident spirit to experiment with food. check out her blog: https://
Till then stay happy and eat well. 🙂
MEETING POINT: Chawri Bazar Metro Station (Exit Gate#3)
DATE, TIME & DURATION: 14th November, Saturday, 5:30PM -10:00PM
DAMAGES TO YOU: Rs.900/person (These charges cover all costs for the unlimited food we eat & drink)
we have limited seats please mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place
ESSENTIALS TO CARRY/WEAR:
1- Dress conservatively to respect religious sentiments of the people in the area. No Shorts/uncovered legs/spaghetti tops etc…
2- Flip-flops or open sandals as walking gear will do.
3- empty stomach and lots of energy
HOW TO REACH: We advise you to park your cars at your nearest Metro Station or Rajiv Chowk Metro Stn & take the Metro till Chawri Bazar on the Yellow Line (Gurgaon-Jahangirpuri Track). It is the 2nd station after CP/Rajiv Chowk Station, when going towards Jahangirpuri. Please exit thru the Hauz Kazi side of the station, Gate #3. Once you exit just give us a call to connect with us at 9818278665